After doing Slim a good turn, a saloon girl asks Slim to help her father return money he'd embezzled from a Montana bank.
Jess is critically wounded when he tries to warn Marshal McGary, who is transporting a prisoner to hang, that the prisoner's brother plans to attack the tumbleweed wagon.
Slim and Jess try to help a mysterious stranger who's been hiding in the mountains, killing Sherman cattle and leaving gold pieces to pay for the animals.
Jess finds remains of a U.S. Army wagon that disappeared during the war that contained $60,000 in gold.
When he plans to ride shotgun on a stage carrying a bank shipment, Jess is asked to look the other way and allow a robbery, but when Jess tries to have the man arrested, the office manager refuses to press charges.
Though they don't trust him, Slim and Jess are forced to watch an injured ex-con who was forced to assist in a bank robbery.
Slim investigates when a ranch fight leads to death, but Slim is not convinced the Arapaho chief found with the body is the killer.
Bob Blayne's sons come looking for Jess, bent on revenge because Jess maimed their father years ago; though Jess tries to avoid a shootout, when Slim is injured Jess is forced into action.
Slim goes on the hunt for the shooters after returning to the ranch to find Jess and a stage executive shot.
Slim and Jess try to avert bloodshed when they assist neighbors whose ranch has been set afire and from whom horses had been stolen.
Jess tries to help a former outlaw who's trying to go straight, but finds himself drawn into the man's troubles.
A man searching for his runaway daughter stops at the Sherman ranch, where he learns that she's a saloon girl involved with outlaws who have targeted the stage line.
When he's attacked, Jess returns fire but winds up shooting the man in the back in the scuffle, prompting the man's brothers to come to Laramie seeking revenge.
Upon returning home from a cattle drive, Slim learns a neighbor's son was killed when he stayed behind in Riverton.
Jess fills in for the sheriff, hoping for a quiet weekend, but a bank robbery in Casper leads to issues in Laramie.
The son of a wealthy rancher is severely injured in a wagon accident while his father is away, and upon his return, the father is furious about the medical care given.
Some women suffragettes arrive in Laramie, and Daisy invites two of them to dinner at the ranch, though Slim and the leader of the group don't see eye to eye.
Outlaws who rob and then kill a wealthy rancher find their escape is slowed when their booty -- weighty gold coins -- becomes difficult to transport.
Shooters from miles around gather in Laramie for the annual Sunday Shoot, but when some disagree with the outcome, Slim and Jess step in.
Injured on the trail, Jess is found by an old friend who has been rustling cattle in the area, and finds himself mistaken for one of the rustlers.
Slim's girlfriend, feeling neglected, turns her attention to a charming gunslinger who's targeted her for extortion.
Jess and Mort search for the men who robbed the Laramie bank and shot Mike; after finding two, they learn the third man may be in Chlorine, so Jess heads out alone.
Slim, Daisy and Mike try to help a girl rescue her mother from a well, unaware that the woman's husband is part of a stage robbery.
Slim's old flame returns to Laramie to sing in her ex-con boyfriend's newly re-opened casino, but the boyfriend has plans for Slim.
Paul Halleck, who ran a Yankee prison camp in which Jess had been imprisoned years earlier, arrives in town to take the job of deputy sheriff.
A rancher's daughter goes in search of Slim, hoping to save her father from hanging, since Slim is her father's alibi.
When both a stage and the relay station are attacked by Sioux braves, Slim and Jess must rescue Mike, Daisy and the single coach passenger.
Jess is riding shotgun on a stage shipping cash to Denver that has been targeted by a pair of outlaws armed with dynamite.
While acting as sheriff, Slim tries to help a man and his wife who've run afoul of the Catlin brothers.
A man running from a posse returns to Laramie hoping to win back his wife and daughter, claiming he's reformed, though he is not what he seems.
Appointed by a cattleman's group to look into a spate of rustling, Slim finds himself tracking a man and a woman, who've been stealing cattle together for some time.
When his horse is stolen while he's on the trail, Jess tracks the horse and the thief to a village, where he contacts the sheriff, but is stunned when the youth is given a death sentence for the crime.
When Slim saves the life of a young Arapaho woman targeted by the Cady brothers, she insists that she belongs to Slim thenceforth.
After threatening a rancher, Jess is framed when that rancher is murdered, and must join an outlaw gang while trying to clear his name.
Slim's attempt to help an old friend goes awry when the man is suspected of murder.
Jess, acting as deputy while Mort is in Denver, must foil a murder plot against an ex-con, who is also seeking revenge.
Slim finds himself caught between an Army colonel and the Sioux nation when the colonel tries to force his agenda after Wounded Knee.
Jess saves a crippled Blackfoot youth from a scalp hunter despite the Army edict that forbids settlers from helping a member of the Blackfoot tribe.
While visiting Laramie, Daisy discovers a dead body on the floor down the hall from her hotel room, but she has trouble getting people to believe her when she identifies the killer.
When a lame horse forces Jess to stop at the Tolliver holdings, he winds up a hostage of the Dyer gang.
An ex-con from Slim's past shows up on the ranch, seeking assistance from Slim, who grudgingly agrees to help.
Jess is unwittingly riding shotgun on a payroll stage that has been rigged to wreck; after the robbery, Jess trails the bandits to Billings.
After his son is killed, Carl Sanford and his surviving sons decide to use the Sherman Ranch to exact their own brand of justice on the killer as he's being transported to prison.
When Daisy takes Jess to the dentist in Cheyenne, Jess is deputized to transport a prisoner back to Laramie.
Slim and Jess are in dire need of a housekeeper so the judge will allow them to keep Mike on the ranch.
Slim and Jess come to the aid of a family of entertainers whose wagon breaks down as they travel East; unbeknownst to all, the family is being followed by a group of men who think the family is transporting opium.
Slim Sherman represents the stage line in a contract with an outlaw's widow, who is also a secret investigator.
With an increase of Sioux attacks on the stage, Slim suggests repairing an old road as an alternate route.
Jess gets a call for help from his old partner, Dixie Howard, who once saved Jess' life, but the man Jess once knew has changed.
An old outlaw, hoping to spend his last years in peace in Laramie, asks for Slim's help in clearing his name.
When Jess rides shotgun on a stage carrying an Army payroll, robbers take the cash and leave the passengers stranded in the desert.
Slim is taken as a substitute for a condemned man by a farmer who is desperate for the $100 bounty to be paid upon delivery.
Jess is put to the test when he is asked by the Army to hunt down a thief who's stolen a payroll delivery -- but the thief is an old friend who once saved Jess' life.
Jesse comes upon a starving drifter who thinks Jess is going to shoot him; Jess and Slim offer the drifter a job.
Jess frees a bounty hunter's prisoner who'd saved his life years earlier; having discharged his debt, he decides to look into the man's crime to see whether he should be left free or recaptured.
A professor from the East asks Slim to guide him to his friend's gold strike from a decade earlier, but there is more to the professor than meets the eye.
Slim's half-Cheyenne neighbor considers inviting some of his tribe to join him on the ranch he inherited from his father.
When Slim is wounded and another man killed, Jess hunts the shooter, identifying the man by his horse.
An injured marshal, transporting a prisoner to court to testify, is forced to seek help at the Sherman ranch, where they are surrounded by gang members who want to prevent the prisoner's testimony.
A wounded outlaw's brother kidnaps Slim and a vet and takes them to the gang's hideout to tend the injured man.
An ex con forces Jess to take him to Utah, where Jess had killed the con's brother -- and where that brother had hidden a large sum of cash.
Slim finds the town turning against him when he presses charges after a neighbor kills Slim's new ranch hand.
The so-called Robin Hood of the West saves Jess from a trio of Sioux warriors, then holds up the stage, robbing a banker and giving the cash to an elderly couple.
When he kills the sheriff chasing him, an outlaw switches identities with the dead man and tries to fool Slim and Jess.
The shooting of a neighbor's son on Sherman land refuels the feud between the Shermans and the Parkisons, leading Ben Parkison to kidnap Jess.
Fran Ericson returns to Laramie looking for revenge on the stage company she blames for her father's ruin.
Outlaws take over a town nearly emptied by a rumor of gold, leaving Slim outnumbered and unable to go for help.
When a new marshal arrives in town, he and Jess don't get along and Jess refuses to be deputized until a neighbor is killed and all hands are needed to defend the town.
Slim and Jess hope to sell horses to the stage line and collect the extra money offered, so Jess goes in search of horses to sell.
When Jess goes to help an old prospector friend, he crosses Matt Jessup and his gang, who have the townsfolk too scared to talk.
A woman looks to Slim for help when a gang of outlaws plans to kill her marshal husband as revenge for a robbery he averted.
Jess and the marshal hunt a band of outlaws, but after gunfire is exchanged, the gang leader suggests a prisoner exchange -- he'll give back the local man he's taken in exchange for Jess and the marshal.
Slim encounters a loudmouthed bully with a wagon train on the outskirts of town, and when the bully is killed, Slim is kidnapped to face charges of murder per the wagon train rules.
Hoping to find a better price for their cattle, Slim and Jess wind up in Nebraska, where the death of the marshal leads the two to take his place for a month.
Slim and Jess become involved in a fight between the ranchers and the homesteaders, and despite their efforts at keeping the situation under control, a rancher is murdered.
Slim and Jess hunt for Vernon Kane, who has robbed the bank and killed a popular deputy, but their search also leads them to a gambler and his wife, who've joined forces with the outlaw.
Jess unwillingly works to help T.J. Patterson track a thief who stole money from the stage line, along with the heart of Patterson's daughter.
Slim gets a threatening letter, addressed to his late father, from a man who wants vengeance for the death of his son.
A priest tries to arrange a meeting with Sitting Bull to talk about a peace treaty.