When four members of the Spicer family ride into town, Kemp immediately announces they are there to kill Shane. Shane soon discovers they plan on killing him to avenge him for another ... See full summary »

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Marian Starett
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Tom Starett
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Joey Starett (as Chris Shea)
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Kemp Spicer
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Joshua Spicer
Charles Kuenstle ...
Boon Spicer
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Ned
Richard Evans ...
J.D. Spicer
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When four members of the Spicer family ride into town, Kemp immediately announces they are there to kill Shane. Shane soon discovers they plan on killing him to avenge him for another family member who's life, they claim, Shane took. Shane denies this fact, however. Ryker himself sides with Shane, and they may soon be facing a shootout. Written by Michelle

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1 October 1966 (USA)  »

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Tom Starett and Shane quote Psalm 90:10 from the King James Version of the Bible (with a few slight variations to the text). See more »

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Ned: Seems all this country would've chewed you people up and spit you back where you came from by now. Beats me how you get by.
Marian Starett: We get by with prayers, luck, and good friends like you.
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Things are Complicated
12 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So in this episode, we see another side of Ryker. He actually sides with Shane and is angry that Shane is being a "nice" guy and not calling Kemp (I think it was) out right away. Ryker, for some reason, cares that Shane may be walking into a situation that could get him into trouble and offers him a rifle. I love how Ryker comes to help during the shooting, but admits he's not sure why he's there.

And the ending scene when all the men are laying down in the dirt with the Bible open...THAT is great! Ryker, Tom, and Shane all three quote the scripture the Bible is open to. Another great performance, I believe. And an added bonus was seeing Warren Oats in this one. I think he is a GREAT bad guy!


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