A Canadian mountie, in search of Agarn's look-alike cousin Lucky Pierre Agarniere, comes to Fort Courage.
A transfer sends Agarn to train the crew at G Troop, who are more incompetent than the soldiers at Fort Courage.
Fort Courage is visited by a Prussian balloonist, in search of new recruits.
With the troops payroll having been stolen in a train robbery, O'Rourke and Agarn volunteer to guard the next shipment from Washington D.C.
Agarn's amnesia seems like a perfect excuse for him to be blamed for a robbery by a phony medicine man.
With a railroad buying up land, O'Rourke Enterprises along with Vanderbilt and Dobbs, decide to retire and take claim of a ghost town.
An Indian woman who takes a liking to Captain Parmenter, is the daughter of a tycoon kidnapped as a child by a tribe.
Agarn is showered with gifts after it's discovered that he is the deciding vote of the Mayoral race in his hometown.
Fort Courage becomes a Little Ireland once Sergeant O'Rourke's father pays a visit.
A visiting Colonel with a fetish for bugle calls spells trouble for Dobbs, the worlds worst bugler.
Captain Parmenter's sister has a wild time during her visit to Fort Courage, including chasing after Dobbs and assisting with Wild Eagle's appendectomy.
A scorned member of the Italian Secret Society comes searching for his girlfriend and her father, believed to be hiding at Fort Courage.
Captain Parmenter's look-alike, Kid Vicious the notorious bank robber, comes to town.
Bumbling Wrongo Starr returns to Fort Courage escorting a load of dynamite.
To ensure Captain Parmenter and Agarn pass their survival fitness test, O'Rourke sneaks them food.
Sergeant O'Rourke plans revenge after a blackmailer tries to take his saloon away from him.
Two lonely Indians kidnap Captain Parmenter, just for company.
A Japanese Samurai is searching for his intending wife from an arranged marriage who has fled to Fort Courage.
Sergeant O'Rourke tries to convince a runaway boy to go back home.
The Hikawi's 147 year-old High Chief Flaming Arrow, comes down from the mountain to lead the tribe in an attack on Fort Courage to retrieve their land.
Captain Parmenter tries to capture a wild stallion to impress Wrangler Jane, but O'Rourke sees money in it if he can sell it to a circus.
The troop believes a Transylvanian count is responsible for the disappearance of Wrangler Jane.
Agarn resigns to become the manager of "The Bedbugs," a new rock-n-roll group who has been brought in to play at a camp dance. But when O'Rourke hears Agarn is leaving, he creates his own band to best the Bedbugs and run them out of town.
Agarn must face a firing squad after a prisoner he was guarding escapes and since has seemingly killed Sergeant O'Rourke.
A battle for Wrangler Jane's affection occurs after Agarn's Russian cousin comes for a visit to Fort Courage.
Captain Parmenter, O'Rourke and Agarn is sent undercover to find the traitor who is selling guns to Indians.
A marriage broker gives O'Rourke a money-making idea, Agarn nightmares and terrifies Captain Parmenter after Wrangler Jane enlists her services.
Fort Courage must prove itself useful after Big Jim Parker buys up their land along with the Hikawis.
The cure is worse than the illness after Captain Parmenter comes down with a cold just before his examination for a promotion to Major.
Wild Eagle becomes a soldier so he can visit their dentist and fix his toothache. But after a visiting General promotes him, he decides to remain at Fort Courage.
A former troop member returns to Fort Courage for his wedding, but is mistaken as an inspector sent to shut down the camp.