Jeff and Will encounter a man who lost an arm in a gunfight with Jim Sonnett.
With Will's gun arm injured, Jeff is forced into his first-ever gunfight against a master gunfighter (Charles Grodin, of all people) who uses every psychological trick in the book.
Arriving in a Mexican town, the Sonnetts find Jim's grave and a curiously reticent padre, and tangle with a bandito leader who may -- or may not -- have killed James. Features an exceptionally lively gunfight at the end.
Will and Jeff sign on as deputies in order to come to the aid of a wounded sheriff.
Will and Jeff go to Wyoming to see whether a man scheduled to hang is really Jim Sonnett.
In our first extended look at Jim Sonnett, he enjoys lunch in a restaurant with a friendly bartender, while outside a young punk and his accomplice agitate for a gunfight.
A farmer provides Jeff, ill with fever, a bed while his wife tends. The Sonnett's don't know the farmer offered because Jim Sonnett killed their son in a shootout in the last year. The wife, sick with grief, thinks Jeff is the dead son.
A bounty hunter takes Jeff and Will prisoner to lure Jim Sonnett to Devil's Fork.
When Will and Jeff land in jail, a beautiful woman puts up the bail and asks them to stay in town.
Will and Jeff stumble upon a wounded man in a ghost town saloon.
A sheriff rounds up a possee to hunt down Jim Sonnett after a dying bank robber wrongly names the gunslinger as his accomplice.
Near broke, Will enters Jeff in a shooting contest where a prize bull is at stake put up by a local cattle baron who keeps local breeders dependent. Tensions escalate as the Sonnett's hear of how they treated Jim on an earlier visit.
Will and Jeff encounter a woman who claims to be Jeff's mother.
When two vengeful brothers take Jeff hostage, Will convinces an old friend to impersonate Jim Sonnett.
In the town of Paradise, Will reconnects with an old friend who still owns a brothel. She is looked down upon by the very men of the town who have unpaid accounts. Rather than have them pay up, she just asks them to help build a church.
Will and Jeff travel to Hangtown to speak with a doctor that treated Jim but the doctor is out of town. They visit the doctor's wife at their home but she and the hired hand have sinister plans for them and a treacherous secret concealed.
When Will is shot in a bank robbery he and Jeff stumble into the middle of, Jeff insists on joining the local sheriff in pursuing the robbers. While Will convalesces, he learns the sheriff's wife knows a shocking truth about the robbery.
The Sonnett's meet a small-time hustler posing as Will to mooch meals and drinks with trick shooting. When confronted, he admits he began the scam after helping Jim when he was shot. A local gunslinger challenges the poser to a gunfight.
Will and Jeff race to Waco, where Jim Sonnett stands trial for murder.
Will and Jeff unwittingly stumble upon an outlaw's mountain cabin.
Will pleads Jeff's case after a lynch mob accuses the boy of murdering a storekeeper.
Will and Jeff befriend a saloon girl who is a single mother unable to both care for her baby and please her cruel taskmaster employer. Her father is to arrive but she's afraid because she married her faithless husband against his wishes.
Will arranges to meet Jeff in a ghost town saloon, but he ends up getting caught in a hail of rifle bullets instead.
Jeff starts to fall for a young woman who claims that James Sonnett is the father of her infant son.
Will goes undercover for the Cavalry to help stop a gunrunner from selling rifles that may start a new Indian war.
An old friend of Will's is posing as a wealthy man to land a woman and asks for Will's help. However, a couple of disreputable, former business partners aim to demand their share of Charlie's apparent newfound wealth.
James Sonnett finally learns that his father and son are trying to track him down -- but the way he learns is from a vengeful young punk who's ploying Will and Jeff for information -- and posing as Jeff.
Will and Jeff are arrested on trumped-up charges and forced to work on a chain gang, blasting a tunnel through a mountain for the railroad. Once there, the two find that any traveler passing through town has been bushwhacked and forced to work until they drop dead while the Sheriff and the Judge pocket the proceeds.
The Sonnett's encounter a bounty hunter team who are pursuing Jim Sonnett and other fugitives. Will challenges their ruthless tactics and use of Bible scriptures to justify them and later discovers they have crossed the line.
The father of a little girl killed by a stray bullet during a gunfight with James Sonnett tries to exact revenge on Will and James' old friend Buck Cobb. The father goads Will into a gunfight by burning Buck's homestead to the ground.
The Sonnets arrive at the town of Willow where a saloon flunky loves to instigate gun fights. Having instigated one between Jim Sonnett and a local earlier, he's delighted when Will and Jeff arrive.
Will and Jeff find a straw effigy of James Sonnett hanging in a town. A young widow has accused James of killing and robbing her husband but when Will does some digging, the real facts come to light.
Will & Jeff run into a couple of crooked lawmen who claim to have run Jim Sonnett out of town.
Will and Jeff try to help a man recently released from prison to get a new start with his wife and child. Unfortunately, others in the town aren't as willing to give the young man another chance, including an old friend of Will's from the Army.
Three brothers believe Will and Jeff are in town to avenge James, whom one of the brothers thinks he killed in an ambush. Now that brother thinks the only way to prevent being killed is to ambush Will and Jeff as well.
Will and Jeff have a not-so-friendly hello to a bounty hunter in a small town. Jim Sonnett appears at the end in an unrelated (but chilling) segment.
Dave Henry rescues Will and Jeff from a trio of horse thieves. Henry appears totally without fear, and Jeff thinks of him as a kind of idol, but Henry's apparent fearlessness actually masks a terrible secret.
Will and Jeff try to find a home for a little girl named Hope, whose drunken father just died in a house fire. But finding a family willing to take her is not easy.
Will and Jeff meet a young man on the trail who is eager to join the army. But instead, an old hunter talks the young man into joining him slaughtering and skinning buffalo in excess numbers, which could lead to an Indian war.
Three outlaws, one posing as an Army major, talk Jeff into accompanying them to meet his father, but they actually have more sinister plans for both Jeff and James. Will teams with an old prospector to look for them.
With reason to believe James has been through the area, Will and Jeff both enter a town which has been taken over by an outlaw gang that has practically enslaved the residents.
A maniacal man avenging the death of his brother -- allegedly a murder by James Sonnett, though this is never proved -- will empty his gun through a hotel window just on the rumor that Jim Sonnett is on the other side. Though the hotel-shooting is the result of a cruel practical joke, the gunman still thinks he has a line on Jim's whereabouts through a saloon hostess who was recently Jim's girlfriend. When Will and Jeff arrive in the town, the sheriff and the hostess work separately to prevent a disastrous gunfight.
When Will and Jeff run right into the middle of a deadly cattle versus sheep feud which has enveloped a grazing town, James Sonnett, a hired gun for the sheep ranchers, runs right into a cattleman's hired gun who looks just like him (played by a different actor) -- and gets into a fatal gunfight.
Posing as his own killer, Jim Sonnett reports to the cattlemen who hired the killer in a cattlemen-sheepmen feud (he's working for the sheepmen, as are Will and Jeff), and meets Jeff face-to-face for the first time, knocking him unconscious with a sucker punch in order to keep his secret ... but the cattlemen figure out the secret and hold Jim hostage just as Will and Jeff come to the rescue.
Will and Jeff try and foil a trap set by an old enemy of Jim's. Meanwhile Jim spends some downtime with a beautiful saloon owner with an agenda of her own.
Will and Jeff learn that James may be coming to the town they're in to testify in favor of a man accused of murder---and that a powerful rancher who may be the real killer intends to make sure he never gets the chance.
While Jeff lies sick with a fever in a hotel room, Will is forced into jury duty. A Swedish farmer is accused of murdering the son of a wealthy rancher but refuses to testify in his own defense. Will suspects that the case isn't as open and shut as it seems.
Will and Jeff stay with a poor family that James recently stayed with, and try to help them, not only with their struggle to keep their home and farm, but with the husband and wife's deteriorating relationship.
Will and Jeff stop in a town where a play is being staged about the killing of James Sonnett, and many in the town, including the actors, claim that it really happened that way.
After two long years of searching, Will and Jeff finally catch up to Jim Sonnett. Will convinces James that it's time to stop running, so the three take jobs as lawmen in a small town. Trouble doesn't take long to find the Sonnetts - a group of men paid to kill James ride into town only to find that James isn't the only fast gun in the family.