It's Gil's turn for a murder frame when a faux-Southern belle he grew up with plugs her husband's lieutenant, after Gil spurns her offer to run off together with her fortune. Gil's noggin has another prominent knot when Lt. Peter Cook conks him with the murder weapon, after overhearing her proposal to the trail boss. Actually, all 3 of the would-be triangle were drug up on the hungry end of town, so where's her fortune from ? Rowdy doesn't care, he just wants to break Gil out, but Wishbone plans to loosen the Army troops' tongues with his top chef fare.- Written by David Stevens
Favor travels to an army post to get permission to move his herd through a pass before it is exploded to build a dam. At the post he spots Sally-Ann (Elizabeth MacRae), a woman from his home town who recently married the post commander (John Anderson). After the three have dinner, the commander leaves, and Sally-Ann implores Favor to take her away. She says how unhappy she is, that she dreams of living in high society, attending swank parties. She offers him her love and money that she has in a chest. A lieutenant overhears this and knocks Favor unconscious so as to protect the commander from the scandal of his wife's planned desertion. Sally-Ann then shots the lieutenant dead with Favor's gun. Favor comes to, and is arrested for murder. At his trial it is revealed that Sally-Ann is a delusional liar, that she has approached other officers in the same manner, and that her husband lied to her about having a chest of money so as to keep her with him.- Written by chipe
Favor visits an Army camp building a dam to ask for a delay to move the herd. He finds a childhood friend who asks him to stay for dinner with her and her husband who is in charge. He gets the meal and a charge of murder for killing a Lt.- Written by Anonymous
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