The Magnificent Seven: Season 1, Episode 2

Working Girls (17 Jan. 1998)

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Buck, J.D. and Chris are in Wickestown, a tent town whose main resources are whiskey and women. When Buck sees one of the women being beaten by a man he steps in and Chris and J.D. must ... See full summary »

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Buck, J.D. and Chris are in Wickestown, a tent town whose main resources are whiskey and women. When Buck sees one of the women being beaten by a man he steps in and Chris and J.D. must intervene as well. They ride off with Nora and it isn't long before the rest of the 'working girls' follow suit and leave Wickestown for the protection of the seven. This infuriates Wickes, the brutal man who runs Wickestown with an iron fist, and he will stop at nothing to get the women back. Written by tomtrekp

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Ezra Standish: [dressed as a woman in Wickes' bar] I'm an entertainer.
Man in Bar: Hello, darlin.
Ezra Standish: Not that kind of entertainer.
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