Dan Duryea would reprise his role as Cliff Grundy in the first season finale The Sacramento Story.
Russell Johnson would later play the Professor on the classic CBS comedy Gilligan's Island.
Flint: If all days were like today this job would be a picnic.
Adams: Sure would. Even the women are calm and peaceable.
Flint: Cliff's all right, Major. If he can't shoot a buffalo, he can sure talk him to death.
Flint: (about Grundy) When he stops talkin' about that mine we'll know he's dead.
Flint: Are you all right, Cliff?
Grundy: No, I ain't, but I ain't gonna die either.
Flint: How do you feel?
Grundy: I feel like I been tromped on by a herd of buffalo. How do you think I feel?
Manson: (about the Sioux) What chance would we have if they came back?
Flint: What chance would Cliff have if we left him?
Grundy: It appears I ain't a corpse yet.
Flint: No, but you might not have long to wait.
Grundy: Mr. McCullough, would you care to join me in a little stroll to nowhere?
Better than you would expect from an Aaron Spelling penned episode but that's mostly because of a great guest shot from Dan Duryea as the tall tale telling frontiersman Cliff Grundy. Russell Johnson also does well as a character who starts out decently enough but later lets his greed get the best of him.