In St. Louis, Jim arrives at a hotel and asks for Mr. Markham. The desk clerk gives him the room number and notes that someone else calling himself Jim West just went up. Jim runs up the stairs to the door and hears someone talking inside. He breaks down the door, and finds Markham dead on the floor. A hooded figure tries to strangle Jim from behind but Jim manages to break his grip. The killer knocks down the weakened Jim and runs off. When the agent starts to go after him, he hears Markham moaning and goes to him. With his dying breath, Markham says the words, “enzo” and “silver.” Jim goes downstairs to the lobby and asks the desk clerk if he got a good look at the killer, only to discover that the man has been strangled to death, just like Markham...Read the full recap
James: So one of those four lovelies in that wagon is Topaz, Artie.
Artemus: Follow a hard and gemlike glow, and she will lead you to Enzo.
Jeff Smith: I’ll tell you what. Here’s a new deck of cards and a little advice.
James: Thanks for the cards. What’s the advice?
Jeff Smith: Don’t ever play cards with me.
Artemus: That’s a wonderful woman. I can see now why the sun never sets on the British Empire.
James: With her around, it wouldn’t dare.
Sloan: Mister, I come sashaying off the buffalo flats for two important reasons. Bullets for my rifle and whiskey for the inner man. Now me and the inner man don’t take kindly to socializing with strangers.
James: Artie, everything I learned about cards I leaned at my daddy’s knee.
Artemus: What was he, a riverboat gambler?
Joan's name is spelled "Joan: in the credits and in the DVD closed captioning, but Artie pronounces it "Joanne."
It's not clear what the agents are doing at the end. They're playing poker, but when Artie hits the flipover table top, it's revealed that everything is glued to the table. Despite that, Artie has been complaining about how many poker chips he has left, meaning that they must have been moving chips back and forth earlier. He also tosses poker chips onto the table after he flips the table over. So it's not clear if the chips are glued to the table or not. And if they are... why are the agents sitting on an empty train playing poker over a table with glued-down chips?