Larry DeLong was sent to prison for three years by Troop. He returned to Laramie a reformed man. Although close to Troop and respected by his boss, he isn't interest in making friends with others resulting in people not trusting him. His reputation with a gun makes him ideal for riding shotgun on the stages. However, when he returns to Laramie with a dead driver and the story his old gang killed him, people except for Troop feel Larry is involved even though there was nothing to steal on the stage. Troop has to stop them from riding Larry out of town on a rail. The stage line representative takes a posse after the Marraday gang. Troop and Larry realize that Marraday's statement he never killed a man for nothing may have a hidden meaning. He wants a posse to chase him while the gang robs the bank. Troop and Larry are forced to face the gang alone before the posse returns. Written by
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The copyright date of Riding Shotgun is shown in the credits as 1958. Prior Season 1 episodes were all copyright 1959. See more
When Feeney is shot and Larry starts out to ride the stage back to town, he is on the left side. When he arrives in town, he has changed places and with a man who was either unconscious or dead the whole way. See more
[to Pop Marraday
I got nothing to say to you that ain't been said. And don't call me son.