MIke Connors would later star in the CBS private eye drama Mannix. He would return in The Naked Gallows.
Peter Brown would later star in Laredo and Lawman. He would return in Stage West and Hadley's Hunters.
Karen Steele would return in You Can't Beat the Percentage. Ms. Steele and episode director Bud Boeticher were married at the time this episode was filmed.
The script for this episode would be updated and used again on an episode of 77 Sunset Strip entitled Perfect Setup.
Richard Garland would return in The Judas Mask.
Mike: Looks like you've had quite a ride.
Bret: In that sun, crossin' the street would be quite a ride.
Mike: Feel like eatin'?
Bret: Not unless you've got free food.
Mike: There's ten dollars here. You only took him for five.
Bret: I got a delicate conscience.
Bret: I don't cheat at cards. I don't have to. There's no one easier to beat than a card sharp if you know his twists.
Bret: (about Molly) What's a pretty girl like that doin' in Bent Fork?
Sheriff: What's a drifter like you wanna know for?
Jordan: These are big stakes, Molly. We both have to do things we'd rather not.
Bret: (to Molly) I like you even if you do think I'm a shorthorn.
Bret: (to Molly) Lady, I never worry about anything.
Sheriff: (to Bret about Molly) The next time I hear you're around her I'll pound you lop-sided.
Pretty average early entry in the series that features Bret for the first time getting framed for something he didn't do by a villain and his conniving female accomplice. Though not one of the series' better entries it's forgivable because the producers were still experimenting with what would work and what wouldn't.