The czar of a frontier town has Bart thrashed to steal back his gambling losses, which angers even the boss' mother. Mom and Bart conspire to get Bart's money back, and teach the arrogant boss humility. As the scheme pressures the despot, he prays "Lord, give me patience, but give it to me now !" Bart enlists his dying pal, the gunfighting dentist from Philadelphia, Doc Holiday as insurance. Written by
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Bart makes a rare post-season three Bret Maverick reference when he makes Bret the beneficiary of his life insurance policy. In conversation with Doc Holiday, Doc asks if Bret himself might kill him for the insurance money. Bart at first denies it and then considers for a moment, saying: "Still, we haven't been too close lately"--a sly reference to the fact Garner had left the series the season before and had only appeared in one episode ("The Maverick Line") of the 4th season that had been shot at the end of season three. See more
Well, morning, Paul.
Morning, Sam. Well, I see they're still at it. Lights still on.