Jim rides into the town of Sedgewick and meets with a government official, A.T. Redmond, to have the man sign some appropriation papers. Richmond is eager to go to the famed Sedgewick Spa and checks in at the hotel. The clerk gets him the key for his usual room, #12, and Jim accompanies him upstairs. Redmond signs the papers and Jim leaves. As he goes out the front, he hears the bell ring but sees no sign of the clerk. When he checks the board, Jim discovers that the bell in #12 is ringing and goes back to Richmond’s room. Two men stop him, saying that #12 belongs to their mother. Jim insists that they’re making a mistake and tries to go in, but the two men attack him. The agent easily disposes of them and goes into #12, only to discover an elderly woman in the bed who demands to know what Jim is doing there...Read the full recap
Artemus: What did he say to you after that, Chester?
Chester the Dummy: He said, “I’m going to buy two tickets to Denver.”
Artemus: Uh-huh. So naturally you said...
Chester the Dummy: I said, “If she was my wife, I’d buy one ticket to Denver and made sure I missed the train.”
Lavinia: I don’t know which is more terrible. Dying very young or growing very old.
During the sequence where Lavinia's carriage goes out of control, it's clear that stunt people are filling in for Robert Conrad and Sharon Acker.
When the carriage draws to a halt, Robert Conrad is on the horse, but Sharon Acker still has a stand-in.
When Jim fights the thugs in the bedroom, he throws one into a chest.
The man disappears without a trace for the rest of the fight.
Jessica says that the aging rate of the drug is one year for every hour. However, seconds later, Maitland says that the drug causes a young man to become middle-aged in two hours.