When a gambling disagreement at Honey's Saloon gets out of hand, one of Honey's best girls is struck and killed by a stray bullet meant for Hoyle. Hoyle detains the perpetrator, but has to defend him...
Fresh off the stagecoach from Harvard, Sheriff John Henry Hoyle faces an uphill battle in his quest to introduce the emerging science of forensics to an unruly Kansas town. Though the citizens of Great Bend, Kansas are generally unimpressed with Sheriff Hoyle's educational pedigree, they come to appreciate his sharp mind and sharper shooting as he and his reluctant Deputy Eli hunt down robbers, murderers, and the dangerous riffraff that have plagued the town for years.Written by
Nancy Hower (Co-Creator/ Director) admitted in an interview that because of the completely improvised script of the show, she will keep a camera focused on John Lehr (Sheriff Hoyle) at all times during a scene. This allows her to capture all of Johns performance as he has a tendency to move around a lot. See more »
Lemme break it down for you left-brained folks out there. It is a comedy western. 2 genres in one ! I love improvisational comedy a la curb your enthusiasm, and QD is just as funny. John Lehr is really funny, and I give major props to all those involved with the series. I am a huge fan of Netflix and Hulu for their caliber of programming. It's almost as if they think their viewers are more intelligent and would appreciate quality programming. I binge- watched all the episodes, and paid for it by showing up sleepy-eyed to work the next day. What else can I say ? Watching this show will make you happier than you have ever been in your entire life !
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