Robert Horton is the only series regular who appears in this episode.
This episode is a flashback into Flint's past when he was scouting for a wagon train other than one run by Major Adams/Chris Hale.
Saybrook: Oh, a wagon scout, eh. I envy you, Mr. McCullough. Wonderful country out here.
Flint: Dangerous country if you don't know your way around and if you pardon my saying so, you people don't look as though you do.
Bevan: (about Saybrook) He's worth five million pounds.
Flint: Won't buy him a thing up here.
Saybrook: You should be thinking of the safety of your wagon train.
Flint: The wagon train can take care of itself.
Saybrook: You mean you think I can't?
Flint: That's right.
Saybrook: Don't you get involved. You ride out of here.
Flint: When somebody takes a shot at me, I'm involved.
Saybrook: It's been a long time since you did anything personal for me.
Diana: It's a little late, isn't it, for either of us to get sentimental.
Tommy: McCullough, I'm not really interested in your homespun American philosophy. At the moment, I am greatly interested in getting away from here.
Diana: You move extremely well for a big man.
Flint: This is no place to have bad reflexes.
Diana: Mr. McCullough, does it bother you that I'm a married woman?
Flint: Only because it doesn't bother you.
Bevan: (about Fllint) It wasn't necessary to kiss him.
Diana: Not necessary but entirely pleasing.
Flint: (to Saybrook) You spend the night here and tomorrow morning your scalp will be hanging from a Shoshone war belt.
Flint: Once a man starts running to save his own hide he's afraid to stop.