Hired to bring in a wild-horse herd, Heyes and Curry meet a rancher (Dean Jagger) who claims the horses are his.
Sheriff Trevors hires Heyes and Curry to protect a man (John McGiver) and his daughter, who witnessed a settler's lynching.
Heyes and Curry become involved with a wounded man (Clarke Gordon) claiming to be a U.S. Treasury agent; guest Darleen Carr.
Curry and Heyes aren't certain which side of the law they're on by agreeing to rescue a man from striking Mexican miners.
A change in governors could win Heyes and Curry their amnesty if they first save a rich man's daughter from her outlaw beau.
Heyes romances a schoolteacher (Shirley Knight) to find kidnapped Curry, held prisoner in a mine shaft; guest Edd Byrnes.
Curry and Heyes head to a Wyoming hamlet to help a friend find buried loot coveted by several locals.
Heyes and Curry wind up in a range war when they help a rancher (Glen Corbett) who saved them from an ambush.
Clementine must pose as Curry's wife when the outlaws decide to retire in Mexico; guest Alejandro Rey.
Rancher McCreedy hires Heyes and Curry to help him patch up his long-standing feud with rancher Armendariz.
A rancher who hires Heyes and Curry to trap animals, also hires a gunman to trap the two ex-outlaws for the bounty.
To help Heyes and Curry escape from a posse, Briscoe says he is taking them into custody; guests James Drury, Larry Storch.
Larcenous Georgette (Michele Lee) tricks Curry and Heyes into helping her steal a $200,000 diamond; guest Arthur O'Connell.
Heyes and Curry enlist a former newspaperman to help fight a town boss (Ida Lupino) who had the outlaws beaten and evicted.
Heyes, cheated of his poker stake, enlists Georgette's help and a borrowed necklace to get revenge; guest Walter Brennan.
Heyes and Curry are hired by a rich rancher to find a drifter who can clear the rancher of murder charges.
Heyes convinces Curry that they can use $200,000 in counterfeit money to get admitted to a poker game.
A prospector (Wally Cox) and his family capture Heyes and Curry then become so fond of the outlaws that they set them free.
A bank owner (Broderick Crawford) rescues Curry and Heyes from bounty hunters then tricks them into robbing his own bank.
Rancher McCreedy (Burl Ives) asks Curry and Heyes to dispose of a bust of Caesar that has caused a feud; guest César Romero.
Heyes and Curry join a cattle drive, then murders occur; guests Dick Cavett, Walter Brennan, Pernell Roberts.
Curry's high-paying job for a rich Easterner (Craig Stevens) ends suddenly when Curry is charged with his employer's murder.
Curry and Heyes meet a friend (Ann Sothern) while trying to clear themselves of bank-robbery charges; guest Jessica Walter.
A bounty-hunting former slave (Louis Gossett Jr.) captures Heyes and Curry, who later escape and save his life.
Heyes and Curry are passengers on a stagecoach that has been hijacked by a man who is determined to ambush Sheriff Trevors.
Clementine Hale, a loveable con artist, tries to blackmail the boys into helping her in a $50,000 swindle.
A simple act of kindness to two nuns (Jane Wyatt, Jane Merrow) with a broken-down wagon leads to trouble for Heyes and Curry.
A prospector who thinks he is going to die gives gold-strike maps to Heyes, Curry and several others; guest Rory Calhoun.
A prospector's tough widow hires Heyes and Curry to retrieve hidden gold from Indian territory; guest Sian Barbara Allen.
Murder results when a rich rancher hires Heyes and Curry to return his runaway wife (Meredith MacRae); guest Monte Markham.
A rancher (Vera Miles) and her daughters (Cindy and Lisa Eilbacher) help Heyes and Curry escape from a posse.
A young gunman leaves Heyes, Curry and an old prospector to die in the desert after relieving them of a fortune in gold.
Capturing four outlaws and recovering $60,000 in loot bring Heyes and Curry only one reward -- being arrested themselves.
Heyes must risk his amnesty and engineer a bank robbery if he is to save Curry's life; guests Jack Cassidy, Joanna Barnes.
A man (Robert Morse) bored with anonymity impersonates Curry, gets convicted of murder and is sentenced to death; guests Earl Holliman, Belinda Montgomery.
When Heyes and Curry visit a friend who is sentenced to hang, everyone believes the two men know where he hid $100,000 in gold.
Curry and Heyes return $10 million in diamonds to a tycoon but wind up on the run when the gems turn out to be fakes.
A bandit (Nico Minardos) nabs Heyes and Curry rounding up maverick cattle in Mexico; guests Claudine Longet, Susan Oliver.
After Heyes is shot, Curry hunts for someone murdering poker players; guests Joseph Campanella, Sharon Acker.
A woman (Judy Carne) hires Heyes and Curry to recover a stolen letter which leads to a payroll cache.
Curry must drive a wagon load of dynamite when Heyes takes what he thinks is the safer job of guiding a group of archaeologists.
Two bands have a gun battle over which will collect a bounty on Heyes and Curry; guest Keenan Wynn.
A homicidal embezzler accuses Heyes and Curry of his crimes; guest John McGiver.
A woman (Diana Hyland) cons Smith and Jones (Pete Duel, Ben Murphy) into taking her to Devil's Hole on a mission of revenge.
Heyes convinces a beautiful gambler (Diana Muldaur) to risk her entire bankroll on a supposed inside tip; guest Peter Breck.
Heyes and Curry must deal with angry townspeople after they agree to transport $50,000 withdrawn from a bank just before it failed.
Posing as agents, Heyes and Curry must stop a theft by their gang; guest William Windom.
Heyes and Curry are determined to discover who is trying to drive them from a town where they have found honest employment.
Curry and Heyes risk their probation when they take a job to locate a bust of Caesar; guests Burl Ives, César Romero.
Two notorious bandits (Peter Deuel, Ben Murphy) try to go straight in the West by taking jobs as bank tellers.