Tim and Holly McIntire were the son and daughter of Wagon Train star John McIntire.
Robert Fuller only appears briefly in a cameo at the end of the episode.
Denny Miller accidentally hit Tim McIntire for real in this episode.
Dave: (to Al) Why don't you just get down off that horse, big brother? We'll see whose head gets busted open.
Dave: He didn't see nothin', Ma.
Ma: Don't be too sure.
Dave: If he had, Al'd shot him by now.
Jenny: Tell me something, you got a girl on that wagon train?
Duke: Well, no ma'am.
Jenny: You might have after I get there.
Hale: Hope you ladies don't mind a little dust.
Ma: We're beginnin' to think we was raised on it, Mr. Hale.
Hawks: Could you sleep with the noise of that bagpipe last night?
Hale: I'm hearing it in my dreams, Bill.
Holly: I wanna know what happened to Jenny.
Ma: She got snakebit. She got snakebit to death.
Ma: Did they believe your story?
Al: No, but there's nothin' they can do about it.
Al: A man with a gun at his back is gonna do just like he's told.
Charlie: Don't try to be a hero, Barney.
Al: That's the best advice you could get, boy.
Ma: Everybody behavin' themselves?
Dave: Like a bunch of trained dogs, Ma.
Al: (to Hale) There's only one thing that keeps your from bein' a really big man. You keep trippin' over your sentiment.
Al mistakenly refers to Holly as "Dolly" once in the dialogue.
Nitpick: It's never explained how or where the Bleeckers came into possession of their arsenal of weapons.