Bucko, a close friend of Festus, is accused of murdering a man to whom he lost at poker. When his alibi witness lies out of fear, Bucko is sentenced to hang, and Festus, who'd begun to see the marshal as a friend, vows Bucko won't swing.
Festus, playing a poker game at the Long Branch, loses to a traveling salesman. When he turns up dead and robbed, they suspect a close friend of his as evidence, found at the scene, doesn't help nor do their remarks as they were leaving: about robbing him.Written by
This is the second of only two times that the characters of Chester and Festus appear in the same episode. Dennis Weaver left the series a short time later, and Festus, played by Ken Curtis, became the main sidekick for Marshall Dillon. See more »
[gets his hands free from the ropes the mob tied them with]
I've got my hands loose.
Good you can wave good-bye to them.
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At least Festus broke his endless stream of bromances for a minute although his interactions with April were like a love sick 12 yr old. and APRIL. Every episode she was on she appeared to be severly mentally deficent. But a good mystery line to story.
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