Arriving at an Army fort just after it was attacked by Apaches, the Major assumed Shenandoah was involved with Sergeant Ryder in the attack. Sergeant Ryder, who was going to be shot for his...
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Arriving at an Army fort just after it was attacked by Apaches, the Major assumed Shenandoah was involved with Sergeant Ryder in the attack. Sergeant Ryder, who was going to be shot for his part in assisting the raid, knew Shenandoah's name. Written by
It's like living in murky, churned up water. And yet sometimes I feel like I'm going to recognize a place, a thing... maybe a word or a phrase. And sometimes a face seems so familiar I... I feel like I'm right on the edge of remembering and then suddenly something stirs the water up again. It's like being blinded by that antiseptic stuff and never seeing anything clearer than a fuzzy shape. It's like going up a dark stairway and finding the last step isn't there.
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The whole purpose behind this episode was simple: Shenandoah was finally going to get to learn his name when he met up with a Sergeant Ryder; but somehow, once again, that did't happen. Instead, the Sergeant begs Shenandoah to take his wife the $500 and a letter, then SHE would give him the name...
It's always interesting how obstacles seem to get in his way everywhere he goes, isn't it? This episode was a bit darker, in that the Major was convinced Shenandoah was involved in the Apache raid, and he would be shot. Fortunately, as you might guess, a last-minute circumstance stops that from happening, but not before Shenandoah is able to show off his brute stunt techniques.
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