A friend asks Paladin to inspect his vineyards in Sonoma, to see what is happening to the taste of his wine. Outside Johnsonville, a woman is digging a grave. When he stops, she asks for his help to avenge the deceased.

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A friend asks Paladin to inspect his vineyards in Sonoma, to see what is happening to the taste of his wine. Outside Johnsonville, a woman is digging a grave. When he stops, she asks for his help to avenge the deceased.

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Just Deserts
11 February 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

On the way to helping a friend sort out his vineyard woes Paladin encounters a young Lady whose itinerant suitor was gunned down in front of her by a rival (played here by Werner Klemperer) who has the local citizenry, including the sheriff, securely ensconced in his well- padded pocket. Her demands for Justice not only fall on deaf ears but get her run out of town, along with the corpse of her hapless suitor, which Paladin helps her to bury.

Paladin, unable to resist a damsel in distress or a wrong unredressed, escorts the Lady back to the scene of the shooting, installs her in a hotel, and starts making the usual "enquiries". The Lady of course is more keenly interested in eye-for-an-eye retribution, even if she has to exact it herself since Paladin clearly isn't that kind of gunslinger, but the killer's cleverly contrived "outing" brings her -- and us -- more than sufficient pleasure.

This may not be one of the greatest episodes, but trust Paladin to whip up, even in the kitchen of a rustic hotel, a gourmet lunch out of sautéed exotic mushrooms, -- and find a novel use for a conveniently placed potted fern!


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