Wyatt, Doc and Wyatt's brothers are charged with murder following the gunfight, but Curly Brocius and Johnny Ringo make plans to ambush them at the outlaws' funeral.
Wyatt plans to avoid a shoot-out.
Wyatt uses a stagecoach robbery to set factions of the Clanton gang against each other.
Doc Holliday devises a scheme to get Wyatt's brothers to help in the fight with the Clantons.
Wyatt worries about the consequences if Old Man Clanton should be killed.
Doc Holliday recommends his former brother-in-law for a job as a deputy.
When Wyatt's deputy assists a widow with two children, the children decide the deputy would be a good father.
The Clanton gang edges toward a showdown with the Earps.
A homeless infant and a dance-hall queen create problems for Wyatt.
It's free enterprise to the extreme as rival saloonkeepers compete for customers.
Outlaws recruit Doc Holliday in their efforts to frame crooked sheriff Johnny Behan.
A gambler tries to palm his troubles off on his brother-in-law, an ex-con trying to go straight.
Outlaws raid a wagon train and try to pin the blame on Apaches.
Old Man Clanton's idea of a perfect son-in-law is Wyatt.
A much-maligned mule plays a pivotal role in a newspaperman's efforts to ruin Wyatt's reputation.
An Indian chief tries to stop the flow of whiskey to his warriors.
Doc's relapse prompts Wyatt to water down his whiskey, but the more sober Doc makes some unfortunate choices.
A group of robbers disguised as clowns show up to rob the bank.
Sheriff Behan lets too much information fly and Wyatt must come to his aid.
When Doc Holliday has a run of luck at the gaming tables, Wyatt smells a rat.
When Wyatt saves Old Man Clanton's life, he responds by starting a smear campaign against Wyatt.
The wife of a man in prison claims her husband was framed by Sheriff Behan.
Wyatt arrests the McLowery brothers, only to watch another sheriff lets them go.
An old prospector seeks shelter in Tombstone after he is robbed.
Wyatt wants Morgan to quit gambling while he's ahead.
Wyatt prepares to trouble when a wounded outlaw winds up in Tombstone.
Johnny Ringo tries to quit the Clanton Gang for his girl.
Earp investigates a unique murder in which the primary suspect appears to be the fiance of the victim's daughter.
Wyatt risks his badge to prove that a crazed gunman is not responsible for his violent actions.
Mob justice threatens a religious fanatic suspected of instigating a massacre.
An outlaw's widow lures lovelorn Ned Buntline into a trap.
The wedding plans of Morgan Earp and Lucy Tedder are disrupted by a new arrival: Lucy's husband.
A wary Wyatt joins crooked Sheriff Behan's hunt for an outlaw gang.
Trouble in Arizona leads to a new governor, who is determined to use vigilantes and a shoot-to-kill order to corral the lawbreakers.
A hero-worshiping youth shows every sign of following in Doc Holliday's footsteps.
Wyatt searches for a doctor turned prospector, the only man who can save critically wounded Doc Goodfellow.
Wyatt must stop Old Man Clanton and his gang from rustling cattle in Mexico.
Old Man Clanton targets Wyatt for an early demise.
Under pressure to form a posse to hunt the men who killed an agent during a Wells Fargo robbery, Earp refuses, but Sheriff Behan goes on the hunt, more interested in the reward than in finding the true killers.
After a botched robbery investigation lands Charlie Parks behind bars, Johnny Ringo kidnaps Judge Spicer, hoping to gain his cousin's release from jail.
Earp suspects there's a con game going on in Tombstone when a young man arrives in town, looking for Evangeline Murphy, a woman he met and became engaged to through mail correspondence.
When a huge gang passes through Arizona, Earp has no choice but to form a posse, which includes a young bank clerk from the East.
When Army horses and mules are stolen from a stable in Tombstone, the only lead Earp has to follow is whatever the the only witness -- who was kicked by a mule during the theft -- can remember.
Doc Holliday becomes the prime suspect in a Wells Fargo robbery.
Outlaws plot to capitalize on a business boom.
Local politicians and outlaws target a crusading newspaperman.
Wyatt is pushed toward a deadly showdown.
Wyatt clashes with Sheriff Johnny Behan, an ally of the outlaw Clanton gang.
After convincing the company to use undercover agents to protect shipments, Earp must come to the aid of one whose life is in danger.
Wyatt tries to head off a bloody clash between immigrant Chinese and hotheaded miners.
Wyatt tries to steer a youth from a life of crime.
An Indian uprising looms after an Apache woman is murdered.
Chaos threatens when a group of salty old sailors drop anchor in Dodge.
Wyatt intervenes when a big-money lottery leads to murder.
A woman seeks news of her husband, who may have been murdered in Tombstone.
Wyatt becomes interested in the saloon's lovely new cashier.
Gunslinger Curly Brocius vacations in Tombstone.
Wyatt heads for a showdown with a physician whose medical skills are matched by his disrespect for the law.
Wyatt tries to settle a violent feud between Welsh and Irish miners.
Recently reformed and paroled killer Dobie Jenner comes to Tombstone, upsetting George McKean, who married Jenner's ex-fiancée; Earp must intercede when McKean begins to threaten Jenner.
The company Earp previously worked for seeks his help in ending silver robberies on a stagecoach run.
Wyatt's enemies target his deputy, Shotgun Gibbs.
Shotgun Gibbs tries to create romance between Nellie Cashman and determined bachelor Wyatt Earp.
Earp is under fire when Curly Bill Brocius and Johnny Ringo seem destined for a shootout in Tombstone when they disagree about a dead horse.
When Earp helps transport an Army payroll and bandits attack the stage, the real threat turns out to be something else.
A writer enhances the Clantons' image by portraying them as modern-day Robin Hoods.
A killer must be brought back into the United States for trial.
Wyatt's feud with the Clanton Gang continues.
The leader of the infamous 10 Per Cent Ring wants Earp eliminated.
Crooked Sheriff Johnny Behan holds four prisoners under heavy guard.
Wyatt suspects crooked Sheriff Behan has something up his sleeve after he donates money to a hospital.
Members of the Clanton gang try to convince Earp's old deputy to vote multiple times in the upcoming election for judge.
An idealistic newspaperman faces personal and professional dangers.
Wyatt's first duty as Tombstone's deputy sheriff is to arrest Old Man Clanton.
Old Man Clanton comes to town to kill Wyatt.
Wyatt Earp arrives in Tombstone unarmed.
A search begins for the murderer of Doc Holliday's friend.
Wyatt reminisces about his time in Dodge City as the townsfolk plan a tribute to him.
Earp's brothers, Virgil and Morgan, return to Dodge City to invite Earp to go with them to Tombstone, Ariz.; when the Clanton gang shakes up a hotel and pressures a rancher to settle a debt, things escalate into a brawl.
Mayor Kelley fires Earp for allowing Doc Holliday to go free after killing a man in self-defense, then appoints a new marshal who reveals his crooked nature by seeking protection fees from local saloons and killing one owner for not complying.
Earp decides to settle down on a ranch won by Doc Holliday in a poker game, but upon arriving at the property, the two find a widow terrorized by a gang of neighboring ranchers who murdered her husband and stole her cattle.
Bat returns to Dodge City to buy the Lone Star Saloon but faces reprisal from rival saloon owner Mike de Graff, who wants to see the Lone Star torn down; fed up with Dodge's shady businesses, Mayor Kelley decides to drive out the saloons entirely.
A boy warns Earp of a cyclone headed for Dodge City and the town prepares to take shelter, but Earp must catch the boy's dog before disaster strikes.
Shotgun Gibbs, smitten with hat merchant Phronsie LaTour, agrees to protect her from a suspicious man; Earp tries to foil a gang's plot to rob the railroad by intercepting the gang leader's informant, said to be a pretty blonde.
The arrival of actress Cora Campbell in Dodge City sparks a rivalry between silversmith Tom Tanner and gunslinger Clay Bronson, but when Tom blames Clay for beating him up in an alley, Earp suspects a different attacker.
When gang members feed Shotgun Gibbs' mule, Roscoe, a deadly amount of alcohol, Earp sends for Doc Fabrique to treat the animal while he pushes ahead and tracks down the group responsible, but Shotgun's fury imperils the situation.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Hank Drew presents a plan to catch Rocky Griswold and his gang stealing a gold shipment; Rocky's friend Joan Deming sticks up for the unemployed cowhands, believing that Hank wants to entrap them and win their bounties.
Del Mathey, the new, naive sheriff of Ford County, confronts his misconceptions about the position when his attempt to evict squatters from a property results in a hail of bullets.
Earp and Shotgun Gibbs investigate the poisoning of a reviled loan shark and find many citizens with a motive to want the man dead, including a bank clerk with a large gambling debt.
A troublesome young man arrives in Dodge City with a gun in his holster and deadly ideas in his head, so Earp investigates his identity to track down his parents.
A Cheyenne chief named Bullhead races a pony against Milt Canyon and wins, but in a negotiation following the race, Canyon forces Bullhead into a deadly confrontation, and Earp must bring the chief to trial for murder while holding off a lynch mob.
Earp attempts to free an adopted woman from an abusive family but meets resistance at every turn; with Dodge City officials refusing to help, Earp must resort to finding a cowhand to wed her -- or marry the woman himself.
Upon learning that a reputed stagecoach driver feels nervous about his final route before retirement, Earp offers to accompany him and sets up protective measures along the route to keep them out of danger.
Bat falls for a woman not knowing her involvement in a mob headed for Wyoming; Earp chases after him, following the trail of stolen cattle and dead lawmen the mob leaves in its wake.
When a Texas gang with a distaste for Northerners causes a ruckus in Dodge City, the leader's daughter convinces Earp to hang up his guns and let his fists do the negotiating.
An old friend of Earp's arrives, finds one of his employees stealing from his saddle and punishes the man harshly until Earp intervenes; Earp tries to show his friend the right way to serve justice, but more transgressions provoke the man's anger.
Rumors of large buffalo herds prompt Bat and a number of hunters to ride out in search of pelts; Earp learns about a roaming tribe of Apache hunters and heads out to warn Bat, but hostilities quickly break out between the groups.
Earp and Doc Holliday prevent the men of the Bar-W ranch from lynching suspected horse thief Joe Riva; while Earp investigates the true culprit, Doc plans a scheme with Joe's daughter to take the blame off him.
When a preacher comes to Dodge City to condemn gambling as sinful and disrupts activities in Ganly's saloon, he eventually finds himself drawn into a poker game against Ganly.
At the urging of his wife, Kate, Doc Holliday swears off destructive behavior to prolong his health, but a slew of enemies with grudges to settle descend upon Doc while the reformed outlaw dedicates himself to helping a young couple.
Doc Holliday's friend holds up a stage carrying Earp's younger brother, Morgan, who finds Doc and tells him what happened; suspecting trouble, Doc and Morgan team up to find his friend and rescue him from a gang without notifying Earp.
A newspaper editor facing backlash for baseless accusations toward dance hall owner Sally Bascom kills her and frames Earp for the murder; Earp plays along to lure the editor into a trap while Doc Holliday and Gibbs take matters into their own hands.
When a mysterious man helps Earp with injured stagecoach passengers, Earp takes him to Dodge City, introduces him to Dr. McCarty and talks him into opening a medical practice; a smallpox outbreak leads to a disturbing suspicion about the new doctor.
Earp rides into Santa Fe, N.M., to stop a war between two families vying for control of the land, the Finneys and the Grangers; the local sheriff backs the duplicitous Finneys, who created fake land deeds, but Earp finds the real deeds.
Earp rides to the scene of a stagecoach robbery and follows tracks to find a woman, the sole survivor of the attack, in shock; Earp must shoot his way out of a cave when the bandits trap him inside with the woman.
Ranch hand Mitch Hallam becomes Earp's newest deputy, seeking to prove his worth and earn the hand of his boss' daughter; he puts his job and his life on the line when he reveals an underhanded scheme being perpetrated by the other workers.
When Lazy Q cowboy Miles Breck learns about Ned Buntline's new book naming Earp the "King of the Frontier," he sets up a cowboy contest and bets $10,000 against Earp surviving a shootout.
A disgraced Englishman living in Henry Dart's establishment instigates a gunfight with a man he claims to owe money to, but Earp intervenes before anyone gets hurt and resolves to get to the root of the problem.
Earp struggles to uphold the law while keeping the peace when a strict ban on cattle rustling forces him to arrest rancher Rep Cantwell, triggering a battle between Dodge's most powerful ranchers.
Earp and Mr. Cousin must talk to the chief of a Nez Perce tribe and negotiate the return of a stolen Gatling gun; the mission hits a snag when a local militia captures the pair, requiring the tribe to rescue them.
Earp rides to Oklahoma in search of a killer who stabbed his cousin Nate and volunteers to join a group of cattle drivers, one of whom owns a knife similar to the murder weapon.
The Dodge City bank installs a new alarm in response to a rash of robberies; brothers Matt and Clint Dunbar rob the bank in disguise, but when deputies set up checkpoints on the roads, they stash the money and look for another way out of town.
Earp takes on the case of a killer committing a series of ambushes near Robbers Roost and teams up with rancher Elzie Rash and a posse to corner the culprit.
A gang of outlaws takes advantage of Earp's absence by attacking Dodge City in full force and demanding that Mayor Kelley pay them $20,000 and fire Earp; Earp looks for the fastest way back to town while Shotgun Gibbs lends a hand to stop the gang.
Earp goes under cover as an outlaw to nab thief and murderer Blackie Saunders, but Blackie's men prevent the two from meeting, leading Earp to find shelter near their camp.
Doc Holliday's bending of the law exasperates the officials of Dodge City; when Doc learns about a plot to murder five ex-gang members and does nothing to prevent it, Earp leaves to confront the killers, and Doc begins to regret his choices.
Cy Johnson, a cattle driver with a grudge, frames Earp for a $10,000 robbery, but Doc Holliday catches wind of Cy's scheme and helps Earp clear his name and bring the true culprits to justice.
Receiving a tip on the location of the last member of the Dry Gulch Gang, Earp and Bat head to a Texas ranch to fulfil Earp's promise of bringing Mr. Brother's killers to justice.
Sparks fly when Ben Thompson comes to Dodge City looking for Earp's help with two women whom he promised to marry and discovers a plot on his life.
Earp and Bat team up with the Texas Rangers to capture the remaining members of the Dry Gulch Gang who killed Mr. Brother, bringing one of the indicted members with them as bait.
Earp finds himself caught between Doc Holliday and the rest of Dodge City when Doc begins work on a fabricated history of the city's founders.
Having caught one of Mr. Brother's killers, Earp looks for the three still at large, meeting an over-helpful Army lieutenant who hinders his search; one of the killers, disguised as a corporal, tricks a patrol into confronting a group of Cheyenne.
A lovesick artist asks Earp to help him learn to fight when his fiancée's family tries to run him out of town; Earp refuses but an impressed Doc Holliday decides to try helping the man instead.
The Dry Gulch Gang ambushes Earp's Cheyenne agents, killing Mr. Brother; a vengeful Earp stalks the men and confronts one when the killer comes to Dodge City to finish the job on a severely wounded Mr. Cousin.
Dodge City and Fort Dodge get into a political war when the governor grants a special election to determine the new seat of Ford County; a conflicted Earp reluctantly follows Mayor Kelley's order to stop Fort Dodge from rigging the election.
Bat and Earp's deputies, concerned for their lives, convince Mayor Kelley to issue an order stating Earp must shoot to kill in dangerous situations; an outlaw agrees to assassinate Earp, forcing a deadly confrontation that shakes Earp to his core.
Earp agrees to date newcomer Susan Dodd to elicit a reaction out of Susan's true love, Larry Herrick, but soon becomes entangled in a web of romance and rumors when Earp's brother Virgil and Larry's relatives come to town.
The citizens of Dodge City split into groups to either welcome or protest the arrival of a controversial Civil War figure, Gen. William T. Sherman; a concerned woman wants to speak with Sherman about her fiancé, a soldier under his command.
Earp investigates a stagecoach robbery involving $5,000 in silver dollars and becomes confounded when the driver's account of the incident proves false, and Hal subsequently finds the driver shot to death.
Tex McKay, a reckless railroad driver, spins tales about his experience and starts fights; when Tex deflects blame for a crash he caused, Earp searches for the truth while Tex's friends go after an innocent man.
Bat resigns as sheriff and enters into a partnership with local saloon owner Luke Short, who must fight a takeover attempt by two corrupt businessmen; Earp and Bat request a restraining order to stop the men but face resistance from Mayor Kelley.
Earp agrees to escort a stage carrying money for Wells Fargo while Bat, Tom Russell and a posse set a trap for the gang planning to attack it.
A former Confederate spy asks Earp and Bat to help her escape from her dead brother's gang; Bat develops feelings for the woman, but Earp, doubting her story, obeys a warrant calling for her arrest.
Earp arrests a stagecoach robber who copies the style of Jesse James, but the witnesses refuse to testify and the robber goes free, leading Earp to enlist the skill of a cheating gambler to set a trap for him.
Earp begins dating Mrs. Phillips, a widowed seamstress, but fears for her safety as word arrives in Dodge City that a convict Earp helped put away has escaped and wants revenge.
Unscrupulous businessman Moresby, seeking a way to permanently cripple Earp, convinces a boxing promoter to have his champ beat Earp, but the marshal refuses to take up the challenge until the champ's blatant cheating injures a young man in the ring.
When a scout from the Battle of the Little Big Horn tries to blackmail Gen. Custer's widow, she fears he plans to provide damaging testimony at an upcoming hearing for Maj. Reno; Earp must convince her that her husband was a courageous man.
When a newspaper editor drums up anti-Northern sentiment by launching a smear campaign aimed at Earp, the marshal takes a leave of absence to confront a Texas gang working with the editor.
When the people of Dodge City capture the brother of gang leader Marie Burden in a robbery, Marie confronts Earp, willing to do whatever it takes to free him.
When Earp and Bat leave town to arrest train robbers, Hal Norton must wrangle the remaining deputies to deal with numerous problems that spring up in Dodge City while the ever-doubtful Mayor Kelley seeks to replace him.
A gang coerces a woman into courting Earp to learn information about a gold shipment they plan to rob, but Bat and Mayor Kelley see through the ruse.
While Dick Melaney and his Cheyenne wife, Laura, visit Dodge City, a lecherous man confronts Laura, forcing her to shoot him; Laura retreats to find protection with her father, a chieftain who wants Dick to kill the man who assaulted her.
A boy named Benny Burkett attaches himself to Doc Holliday and ends up under the Hollidays' official care after being forced to shoot his abusive father in self defense; Dr. McCarty delivers news that shakes the newly formed family.
When Earp learns of a plot against his life, he avoids speaking at a convention held in the Dodge City Opera House and increases security, but as pressure builds for him to speak, Judge Tobin and Mayor Kelley wonder if Earp can still do his job.
Broke journalist Ned Buntline enlists Earp's help when he arrives in Dodge City and claims a crooked gambler wants him dead; Earp meets an undercover officer who believes the gambler may instead be in town to sell stolen guns to the Apache.
Doc Holliday blocks access to an oil pit in a scheme to sell the substance for medical use, stirring up trouble with travelers and causing Kate to side with Earp in finding a solution to the problem before guns start firing.
Earp and Doc apprehend a girl called Little Pistol, who helped a gang rob Doc's saloon; Doc uses tooth surgery as a pretense to coax the girl into giving up her true identity and the gang's location while Earp fears for her future.
Reb Thomas stands accused of murdering Dan Bolton, although Earp suspects a frame-up, and despite Judge Tobin's efforts to hold a swift trial, one juror refuses to agree with the others.
Lt. Clark alerts Earp about a renegade group of Pawnee who attacked him over a shipment of fake guns and becomes their captive when attempting negotiations; Earp must track down the guns' seller before the Pawnee execute Clark.
Earp arrests Doc Holliday and and Skunky Groggin for robbing a Wells Fargo stagecoach, but Doc denies involvement and concocts a plan with Earp to rob another stage to find the truth.
Earp must keep an eye on two fugitives hiding out at Lucy King's home as he awaits a warrant, but when the public catches on, he has no choice but to risk a confrontation.
Earp visits a shanty town that refuses to pay taxes to Dodge City, and Doc informs him that Dodge has no claim to the land; Earp manages to arrange the town's annexation in exchange for a new school, but Mayor Kelley alters the bargain.
While on a fishing trip, Earp and Dr. Fabrique run into henchmen who take them to wealthy baron Shanghai Pierce, who insists upon the doctor's services despite Fabrique's utter hatred of the man.
Earp agrees to resign to help Jim Kelley's chances at winning the mayoral election, but the replacement marshal soon faces a crisis when crooks trap Kelley in his store.
Doc, Bat and several reformed outlaws team up to rescue Earp when the men of the Big T trap him in an abandoned cabin, leading to a desperate and deadly confrontation.
Earp reluctantly agrees to hire his younger brother Morgan as a deputy when Morgan stops a robbery; Morgan assists Deputy Hal when Curly Bill Brocius holds up a stagecoach.
After a rancher receives threats to stop courting widow Myra Malone, Earp pays a visit to Myra, who refuses to trust the law after northern troops killed her husband, and finds her sheltering a wanted woman connected to a gang.
When Doc purchases a gold brick from a wanted thief and then sells it to prove a point, Earp follows the brick's trail as it passes through the hands of various Dodge City residents.
Earp must negotiate with Chief Dull Knife when a Cheyenne tribe launches an attack to retake their ancestral lands, hoping to avoid a confrontation with Maj. Benteen's soldiers.
Earp tries to resist pressure to throw Doc out of Dodge City, but when the dentist commits murder in the street, Earp throws him in jail and faces the ire of Doc's wife, Kate; Doc comes to Earp's rescue when a gang captures the marshal.
Doc Holliday, the gunslinging dentist, teams up with Earp to stop a gang of train robbers; Doc's wife, Kate, insists upon taking him to a hospital to receive treatment for consumption, but Earp can't take the gang alone.
Earp tries to help gun repairman Guns McCallum deal with his temper by summoning his wife to Dodge City; when Guns admits he can't repair a gunslinger's favorite sidearm, he finds himself in a deadly showdown.
When buffalo hunter Jake Caster arrives in Dodge City and an Army sergeant dies from an apparent Indian attack soon after, Earp investigates the tragedy that claimed the life of Jake's wife and child.
Earp takes Bat's brother Ed under his wing as a new deputy, but while Ed believes outlaws can be reasoned with, Bat knows better; two businessmen plan to kill Ed and frame Bat for the crime to secure ownership of a saloon.
A headstrong teenager named Jimmy Craig arrives in Dodge City and wants to become one of Earp's deputies, demonstrating his impeccable skill with a gun, but his dream contrasts sharply with his irrational obsession to duel Ed Beatty.
Bounty hunters stir up trouble in Dodge City by trying to collect rewards on reformed outlaws until Earp devises a plan to turn the bounty hunters against each other.
Earp has 24 hours to find a killer after a judge sentences an innocent man to hang, but the man refuses to speak in his own defense, leaving Earp with few clues to follow.
Earp and Bat work together to help Bat win an election for county sheriff to defeat Jerry Lanphere, a crook also running for the position; Sen. Drew tells Bat he must end his friendship with Earp to gain the people's favor.
Earp and Bat find their careers in jeopardy when they arrest the owners of two competing stagecoach companies whose hired armies threaten to start a war in the streets.
While Earp and Buffalo Bill stage a fake robbery to entertain a visiting German prince, real bandits kidnap the prince and hold him for ransom.
Fred Colby, a man wrongly sent to prison, finishes his sentence and heads for Dodge City looking for the man who killed his brother.
Wells Fargo hires Earp to protect a gold shipment arriving by stage at Little Alamo and the marshal must work with the stagecoach passengers to hold out against the Curly Bill Brocius gang until a posse can arrive to save them.
A crippled man with a grudge against Earp hires sharpshooter Rule Hawes to kill him; Bat and the other deputies search for the assassin while Annie May tries to give Bat a clue.
Men from the Circle Bar ranch kidnap Ben Thompson, a dealer who cheated them at cards, and Earp poses as a doctor to gain access to the ranch and free Ben.
After an altercation between a drunk soldier and a Cherokee civilian results in death, Earp takes the soldier into custody and fights off his captain's attempts to free him.
Earp must convince a disgraced Army captain that he holds no responsibility for Gen. Custer's devastating loss at Little Big Horn, but angry newcomers with a group of captive Indians seek to take revenge on the captain for the defeat.
A poor rancher woman struggling to marry off her daughter deals with trespassers trying to steal her land's resources and rumors that she has gold on her property.
Two men wanted by a Cheyenne tribe for murder seek refuge in Dodge City, and although Earp arrests the pair, the city refuses to press charges because the victims were Indians.
Earp must get Judge Tobin to see the error of his ways when the judge sentences an innocent man to death by hanging, going to extreme lengths to turn the tables by framing the judge for a crime.
Earp and Bat pose as outlaws to infiltrate a gang involved in a rash of murders and cattle thefts, staging a power struggle within the gang and setting up an ambush in Dodge City to take down the entire group.
With Earp and Bassett out of town, George Morris' gang sacks Dodge City and rounds up all of the remaining deputies except for Bat, who finds Earp and sneaks back into town to fight the gang with the help of local residents.
A newly deputized Bat complicates an arrest by shooting perpetrator Billy Jordan after Billy ran out of bullets; while Earp and the deputies race to find a surgeon, Billy's family holds Bat hostage and threatens to take revenge if Billy dies.
Bat Masterson travels to Dodge City and gets involved in a gunfight that causes him to lose Earp's approval; after befriending gang member Nellie Wright, Bat tries to get word to Earp about an upcoming robbery but ends up at the gang's mercy.
Aggressive suitor Bob Rellance pesters Dora on the day before her marriage to Kelley, asking her to call off the wedding in favor of himself, but when tensions escalate into violence, Earp steps in to force Rellance out of town.
When Dora Hand convinces Jim Kelley to sell his saloon in advance of their marriage, McGuire and Albright wrangle a deal to make Earp part-owner of the saloon without his knowledge and frame him for illegal business practices.
When a disgruntled cowhand holes up in a warehouse, Earp investigates the man's experiences in Dodge City to understand what drove him to violence and uncovers a chain of abuse perpetrated by underhanded citizens.
Earp must keep a tight lid on problems in Dodge City while a journalist from New York pays a visit, but the job proves especially difficult on a chaotic day filled with dog fights, gunfire and rowdy cowboys.
A judge's daughter pines for Earp, who shares her feelings but doubts a relationship can endure his life as a lawman; two local outfits cause trouble for Earp after he arrests their leaders, culminating in a fight between Earp and their foreman.
A businessman eager to end Earp's war on crime asks notorious gunman Clay Allison to kill him; after Kelley warns Earp about the gunman's skill, Earp uses psychological tactics to gain the upper hand.
Constant brawling between railroad workers and buffalo hunters threatens to close Dora Hand's dance hall for good; when the conflict intensifies into a full-scale assault on the railroad, Earp and Dora race to intervene.
Uneasy city council member Jim Kelley must choose a side to support when the council becomes deadlocked on the passage of new laws to give Earp more power, and members of the Big T gear up to attack Dodge City.
Earp becomes the new marshal of Dodge City and immediately finds himself fighting off gunmen working for the Big T gang; determined to bring order to the city, Earp gathers local support as the gang holds the sheriff of Ford County under siege.
Earp must defuse a conflict between warring families after Ollie and Mildred Taylor set up shop in Wichita and become targets of a man angry at Ollie's cousin for killing his brother; tensions escalate into a deadly struggle, then a lynch mob.
Earp tries to help an old friend, Bat Masterson, who is working as an Army scout and being threatened by a killer.
A range war begun by two ranchers begins to spill over into Wichita, leading to the deaths of innocent people, and Earp is determined to end it.
Earp must enter the rough Bushwacker region to find a man suspected of murder, but his behavior once found leads Earp to believe the man is not guilty of the crime.
Battle lines are drawn and everyone comes out swinging when a women's suffrage movement hits town.
Allen Pinkerton, hoping to recover stolen money, interferes in Earp's investigation of a murder in Wichita and gets the judge to pull Earp's badge.
A pillar of the community is hailed as a hero when he shoots a thief, until people learn that the man is wanted for being a member of the James gang.
Ranchers are frustrated by the number of horse thefts near Wichita and want to blame a band of gypsies camped on Gus Cassen's property.
Earp arrests the Kansas Kid, accused of robbery, murder, and wounding a deputy, but Earp is not convinced of the man's guilt or the sheriff's intentions.
An angry ex-gang member who hates Earp tries to take advantage of a visiting Englishman, but finds himself facing off against both men.
Someone is targeting big winners from the Keno House as they leave town, and Earp is determined to put a stop to it.
Earp closes down an all-girl show when the underpaid women begin stealing from the audience, earning Earp the ire of the show's owner, who plots revenge.
Murdock to call for Earp's badge when it appears that a crooked gambler got a saloon license by bribing the marshal.
Earp is called in to rescue a pair of Indians being held hostage by a renegade who's been selling guns to members of various tribes.
Earp stops a lynching and forces a trial instead, which leads to a surprise for the jury.
When Earp sends a crooked gambler packing, three saloon owners decide they've had enough and hire gunmen to take Earp out.
The woman who catches Earp's eye is in love with a man who needs Earp's protection from a gang of cattle thieves.
Earp's habit of using sanitation laws to shut down saloons where crooked games are played begins to anger the saloon owners, who send men after the marshal.
A brash visitor arrives in Wichita and, hoping to convince Earp to join a Wild West show, offers the lawman a new gun that will become his trademark.
The young son of a railway executive runs away, hoping to become a ranch hand and carry a gun.
The childish son of a rancher, forced to sell a herd for less than he'd planned, tries to make up his losses in a poker game.
A courageous newspaperman makes a stand when gamblers attempt to force the mayor to get rid of Marshal Earp.
Smart gamblers and dubious rules hamper Wyatt's efforts to run a contest.
A gambler uses a beautiful woman to attempt to lure Wyatt into his employ.
A double cross and an outlaw's wife lead Wyatt to a gang of bandits.
Hardin comes to Wichita seeking revenge against Earp for throwing Dave Bennett out of town.
Dave Bennett, angry when Earp kicks him out of Wichita after a crooked card game, hires a killer to take out the marshal and make the town suffer.
Earp is blamed when the saloon owner 's crooked games are exposed and the man is shot in the back.
A man bent on revenge pays a gunman $1,000 to kill Wyatt Earp -- a gunman who claims to have faced Earp before.
When Earp takes over as marshal of Wichita, his first challenge is a local group of vigilantes focused on lynching a local card dealer, despite evidence that the man acted in self-defense.
Cowboys believe that the townspeople of Ellsworth insulted Confederate Army Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Earp resists forming a posse and instead uses American Indian scouts in his efforts to locate a killer.
Earp tries to reduce the possibility of violence when fellow marshal Bat Masterson romances a woman whose boyfriend is an outlaw.
The career of the famous Western lawman begins after he takes over for the murdered sheriff of Ellsworth, Kan.