A father and son team up with America's first female detective to solve crimes in the Wild West.A father and son team up with America's first female detective to solve crimes in the Wild West.A father and son team up with America's first female detective to solve crimes in the Wild West.
But this is meant to be 19th century America! It is Victorian era for *cks sake! Non-married men and women do NOT sleep in the same tent! I would have like at least the characters to discuss over this and resort to the 'bundling' codex. meaning something between them to prevent intimacy. That was a missionary's daughter even! And none of the people are prunes, even when it was common practice at that time period.
I do understand, that for the modern era viewer you must represent people of color different and with respect on television. It kinda little bothers me, that John gets so little hardship from the people, even though he seems the only black person in town. Do not understand me wrong, I do not WANT to see racism represented on television. But it just bothers me, for authenticity sake.
I would have assumed at least the three white guys he was imprisoned with would have remarked more on his race.
But I can look between my fingers for them to decide for more modern morals. I just wish the characters acted more prune XD it would have caused entertaining tension!
Edit: and then I saw the episode with the colonel, makes my point on the race moot
- Sep 19, 2016