When his Lord dies after being rescued by Favor, a valet assumes the same role for Favor creating havoc on the drive. The buffalo hunter who shot the Lord is creating problems for Favor and the herd. The valet may be the key to the issues.
Lord Ashton is on white buffalo hunt with his faithful English valet Woolsey. After an encounter and threat from Bison Bob, the drovers find Ashton mortally shot in the back at the bottom of a ravine. After they rescue him, he tells Woolsey as he dies Favor is a gentleman and should be treated as such. Woolsey decides to become Favor's Gentleman's Gentleman much to Favor's displeasure as he creates havoc with the drovers and especially Wishbone with too much competition cuisine-wise. Favor is also battling ruthless, smelly Bison Bob, whose hunt ends if the drive stampedes the wary buffalo. Meanwhile Favor has a hard time resisting life upstairs featuring scented baths plus even greater fragrant prairie hen courtesy of the suddenly master-less Woolsey, providing Favor's downstairs saddle stiffs with ample comic material. When Bison Bob threatens to burn the prairie, Favor decides to ask the town for help. They resist until they mistake Woolsey for Lord Ashton believing he might invest ... Written by