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Lucas McCain raises a son while battling desperados in New Mexico.

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aired 6 days ago
Lucas and several others are trapped in the hotel with a dangerous outlaw.
aired 6 days ago
Lou Mallory, a stunning redhead, arrives in North Fork and buys the hotel.
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Lucas, Mark and Micah escape from bandits and take refuge in a deserted building.
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Lucas, Mark and Micah are taken prisoner by a group of bandits.
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A former friend of Lucas' is released from prison and asks him for a job.
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Lucas develops temporary amnesia while visiting a strange town.
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A gambler moves into North Fork and begins courting a local girl.
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The new marshal is friends with a known outlaw.
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Lucas regrets his attitude toward a reformed outlaw.
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A Southern belle arrives in North Fork claiming that Micah is her husband.
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The McCains get new neighbors when a couple moves into a nearby ranch.
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A blind banjo-playing wanderer strikes up an acquaintance with Mark.
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Lucas is sent to Wyoming to investigate the sale of guns to Indians.
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Lucas goes under cover as a federal agent.
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Lucas begins to believe in ghosts when he sees someone he thinks he killed.
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A dying friend asks Lucas to fetch his wife.
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Lucas and Micah are beset with troubles while bringing a killer to trial.
aired 6 days ago
Lucas unmasks a book salesman as a killer.
aired 11 days ago
Lucas' friends label him a tinhorn because of his gambling.
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Mark deliberately disobeys his father and a convicted prisoner escapes.
aired 11 days ago
Lucas is accused of murder by a man who claims to be an eyewitness.

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