Gerald Mohr becomes the first actor to play the infamous Doc Holliday on the series. Peter Breck would later takeover the role during the final season of Maverick.
John Vivyan would later play infamous mobster Lepke Buchalter on the 1959-61 NBC crime drama The Lawless Years.
Marie Windsor would later co-star with James Garner in the 1971 comedy western Support Your Local Gunfighter.
Bret: (to Parker) I'm not tryin' to solve the crime. I'm just tryin' to get out from under.
Stacy: (about Holliday) He's a cheap tinhorn.
Bret: I'll be back.
Stacy: No hurry.
Cora: Go tell Johnny he' relieved.
Bret: He might not be.
Doc: My mistake, sir.
Bret: We all make 'em. That's why we have erasers.
Bret: (to Stacy) What's your hurry? Holliday won't run out on you.
Doc: (to Bret) Never kill time, friend, or it'll end up killing you.
Doc: You seem to have saved my life. Why?
Bret: Well, I was afraid he might miss you and hit me.
Cora: You play a cool game, Bret.
Bret: Then why am I sweating?
Marshal: You in some new kind of trouble?
Bret: Yeah, and I don't think I'm gonna have time to tell you about it.
Gerald Mohr and Marie Windsor are the highlights of this episode and lift it from merely average to good as Bret tries to save a man who can clear him of a robbery charge from being killed by the notorious Doc Holliday (Mohr). Windsor plays the femme fatale of the piece, a saloon owner who may not be what she appears.