Outlaw leader Hale Connors rides into Laramie and informs Dan that the stagecoach and the supply wagon won't be arriving... until the town pays him $150,000 from the bank.
When an outlaw receives a change of venue and is brought to Laramie for trial, everyone is intimidated into staying off the jury. Only Lily will take a stand, ignoring Dan's objections.
Four men ride into town and tell Dan that they're hunting a young boy who is a ruthless killer. Dan has no choice but to deputize them and join the hunt.
A father brings his blind son to Laramie to have him identify the man who killed his other son.
The Governor's daughter Roberta runs away to Laramie and runs into Owny O'Reilly. The two soon become romantically involved, but Owny is unaware that Roberta robbed him earlier. Things get complicated when a prisoner escapes and takes Roberta hostage.
When the town's schoolteacher leaves suddenly, Lily is the only person available to take her place temporarily. But the town's ladies object to having a saloonkeeper of low morals teach their children.
A fur trapper, a friend of Dan's, inadvertently kills a man and flees into the forest. Dan has no choice but to hunt him down and bring him back.
When a resident goes missing after his wedding to a mail-order bride, Dan decides to find out what's going on by posing as a lonely man and orders from the same mail-order company.
Barbara Harris returns to Laramie seven years after turning her husband, outlaw King Harris, into the law. She married another member of the gang but King escaped from prison and killed the man. Now King is is coming to Laramie to kill Barbara.
A lover from Lily's past comes to Laramie on a stormy night and stalks her, seeking revenge because of her testimony that sent him to prison.
Johnny receives an appointment to West Point and must choose between his life in Laramie and the faith put in him by his sponsor, Major Leeds. Things get complicated when a failed cadet rides into town looking for revenge on Leeds.
Dan travels to the town of Darkness to bring in a murderer, but the killer is one of the Lord family, which rule the town with an iron hand.
A gambler and friend of Lily's, Joe Wyatt, comes to town. He reveals that he has a knack for telling fortunes and reads the futures of Lily, Dan, and Johnny... and also warns that one of the four of them will die.
A woman, Maggie Coleson, comes back to Laramie to recover the child that she left behind. He's now living with foster parents, who refuse to give him up, but Maggie's husband is wealthy enough to file a court order to let her take her son back.
An inspector for the territorial marshal comes to Laramie and accuses Dan of not keeping the peace.
Hijackers intercept a load of nitroglycerine being transported through Laramie and intend to use it to blow open the bank and escape with the loot.
Lily's friend Marcia is coming to Laramie for a visit. However, when the stage arrives the driver has disappeared and Julie is unconscious with a concussion. While Dan and Johnny try to find the driver, a man comes to see Julie claiming to be her husband.
Three men ride into Laramie to rob a bank. One is captured... and Johnny realizes that it's Joe Henny, one of the men who raised him. Joe escapes and Dan wonders if Johnny is letting his feelings get in the way of his job.
An Italian immigrant and his grandson lose their wagon of grape vines that they are transporting to California, thanks to two men fighting a brawl in the streets. The immigrants set out to get revenge on the men who destroyed their livelihood.
An old friend of Dan's, former lawman Jess Bridges, rides into Laramie to rob the bank. Dan and Johnny stop the robbery and Johnny sets off after Bridges, who takes him prisoner.
Johnny's cousin Jeff arrives in Laramie, but his resemblance to Billy the Kid soon inspires him to learn how to use a gun... and how to use it to settle his differences.
When outlaw Barron Shaw receives a change of venue out of Laramie, Dan escorts him via stagecoach to his trial, but discovers that Shaw has his men waiting up ahead.
Logan, a vigilante with aspirations to take over Laramie, has his men terrorize the town and intimidate anyone who'd stand gains them. While Johnny tries to convince an intimidated shopkeeper to testify, the town council tells Dan to turn in his badge rather than go up against Logan.
Dan and Johnny get more than they expect when they go in to get a haircut from the new barber in Laramie.
A legendary marshal, Ben Wyatt, arrives in Laramie and takes a hotel room. However, Dan realizes that Ben is there to shoot two outlaws from ambush because he can't nerve himself to face them down and arrest them.
A woman, Clootey Hutter, rides into Laramie and is forced to defend herself from two brothers. When she outdraws and kills one of them, no one believes that she killed the man in a fair fight.
Laurie Kemper served three years in prison for manslaughter when she took a gun to a brutal husband. The dead man's father wants revenge, so Laurie sends away for a mail-order bride: an ex-con that she figures she can deal with her tormentors.
A mountain man, Lex Buckner, arrives in town and sets his sights on Lily. To deter him, Lily and Dan convince Lex that they're engaged... and Lex decides to eliminate the competition.
A conman and his female partner Melanie roll into town. They set their eyes on rancher Ollie Earnshaw, hoping to marry Melanie to him and get his money.
Ben Jesse brings his pregnant mother to Laramie, and Dan soon learns that the father is an outlaw with a price on his head... and a bounty hunter ready to collect.
An outlaw, Frank Boone, rides into Laramie to take a killer, Billy Deal, that Dan has in custody. If Frank can get the killer to Montana, he'll be granted amnesty. Dan refuses to turn him over and the only train leaving town is bound for Casper at 4 p.m.
A card cheat draws on Dan and the marshal is forced to kill him. The man's wife and three children come to Laramie to bury the body and get revenge on Dan, and Johnny has to talk the youngest out of killing his friend.
A dying man, Cort Evers, rides into Laramie and tells Dan to stay out of his way. Cort soon reveals that he's looking for his brother, Mitch, who betrayed six fellow soldiers held prisoner while Cort suffered from the fever that is now claiming his life.
Dan brings two reluctant witnesses from Saratoga to Laramie. However, the stage driver comes down with sickness and one of the witnesses, a drunken doctor, says that the man has plague. Dan confines the passengers at a rest station but one of them escapes and heads for Laramie.
An overeager newspaper editor, Luther Boardman, sets up shop in Laramie. He soon provokes Dan with his demands for all of the news. When Dan shuts him out, Boardman writes up a false story claiming that Dan violated a criminal's rights.
Banker Amos Hill tries to shut down a new saloon owner, Jim Bushrod, because he sold guns and whiskey to the Indians, leading to a slaughter. Bushrod was found innocent, but Amos has his own plan for justice.
An elderly actor rides into Laramie and Lily soon learns that he's wounded and needs a job as an actor to pay his way.
A young man, Jess Billings, who received a head injury during a beating later kills an elderly couple who break a promise to give him land. The townspeople vow to hunt Jess down, and the man who beat Jess is eager to lead them.
Johnny rides to Casper to testify against outlaw Pete Bole. He runs up against Little Britches, Pete's girlfriend, and she knocks Johnny out to keep him from testifying. However, Pete has hired a jailbreak expert to get him out, and the expert needs Little Britches to rescue Johnny so that the sheriff doesn't double the guard when Johnny fails to arrive.
Two bounty hunters come to Laramie looking for the man who killed John Wilkes Booth... and soon discover he's Joe Brockway, owner of the town hotel.
A local rancher is accused of murdering a woman in cold blood. The only reliable witness against him is a visiting sketch artist, but Dan isn't so sure the artist is telling the truth.