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Deal with the Devil 

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News from his former mentor's upcoming visit has the Reverend Johnson rushing to ensure he makes a good impression. He quickly attempts to raise enough money to fix up his dilapidated church.

Director:

Bobby Roth

Writers:

Beth Sullivan (creator), Nancy Bond

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jane Seymour ... Dr. Quinn - Medicine Woman
Joe Lando ... Byron Sully
Chad Allen ... Matthew Cooper
Jessica Bowman ... Colleen Cooper
Shawn Toovey Shawn Toovey ... Brian Cooper
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Leland Adams Jason Leland Adams ... Preston A. Lodge III
Jonelle Allen ... Grace
Barbara Babcock ... Dorothy Jennings
Orson Bean ... Loren Bray
Frank Collison ... Horace Bing
Max Gail ... Mr. Edwin James
Jim Knobeloch Jim Knobeloch ... Jake Slicker
Geoffrey Lower ... Rev. Timothy Johnson
Fred Rogers ... Reverend Thomas
Nick Roth ... Tommy
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Storyline

News from his former mentor's upcoming visit has the Reverend Johnson rushing to ensure he makes a good impression. He quickly attempts to raise enough money to fix up his dilapidated church.

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Genres:

Drama | Family | Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 February 1996 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

This is at least the second time Hank is referred to as the devil. In the episode Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Man in the Moon (1994) of season 2 Grace visits Hank and calls him that. In this episode Hank is again referred to as the devil, both in the title of this episode as well as in the dream/nightmare the Reverend has of him. See more »

Goofs

While shopping for paint for the baby's crib, Loren tells Dr. Quinn and Sully that blue is perfect for a baby crib and Sully replies, "What if the baby's a girl?" implying the blue/pink color split for babies what wan't in fashion until post World War I, and at that point the colors were flipped. Pink was more bold color for boys and blue was a delicate color for girls. See more »

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