Dr. Tracy and Jack Dane come across three lion cubs whose mother has been snared in a poacher's trap.
While Bud shows off Flipper to his new friend Stevie, thieves steal Stevies valuable show horse.
The officers undergo their driver refresher courses to hone their pursuit and driving skills, but a rash of car strippers brings about a new approach suggested by Officer Wells: going undercover as paperboys riding bicycles to find the thieves. Hilarity ensues; Wells wrecks his bicycle that belonged to a young girl, Malloy deals with an irate newspaper customer, and Reed and Malloy pull over a VW Microbus on a traffic violation where the driver's parrot chanted "Down with Pigs!", but the tactics work and the officers break up the car stripping ring.Watch Now:Amazon
Boone seems guilty of betrayal when he allows Choctaws to capture the town's men
Samuel Clemens arrives in Virginia City to write for the Territorial Enterprise at the same time a crooked politician tries to lay claim on the Ponderosa.
Lacking water and powder, the women and children of Boonesborough seem easy prey for attacking Choctaws.
Lucas, accused of horse theft, struggles to clear himself before a lynch mob catches up.
Israel accidentally startles a passing peddler's horse and his goods are ruined. Daniel agrees to compensate Seth Jannings for his loss, but matters are complicated when Jannings steals a sacred mourning doll from the wife of a Native American chief and plans to hold it for ransom. Knowing that this could lead to major hostilities with the Native Americans, Daniel puts his own neck on the line to retrieve the doll from Jannings.
Dr. Tracy sets out after a poacher, who has set dozens of animal traps all over the reserve.
Greedy opportunist Mark Burdette and his accomplice Early Thorne stir up trouble between the Paiute tribe and the citizens of Virginia City. Ben discovers Burdette and Thorne are selling antelope beef to the miners and finds the price too high. He offers the miners beef at a more reasonable price. Burdette and Thorne retaliate by framing the Paiute's for attacks, by dressing as them and killing ranchers. Based on a factual accounting. Lorne Greene's first voice-over narration, and no landing constructed yet for the Ponderosa stairway.Watch Now:iTunes
Judy the chimp, who was once bitten by a hyena, gets nervous, scared and agitated when she sees Paul and Jack bring in an injured hyena pup. Dr. Tracy has a difficult time keeping Judy calm enough so he can treat the hyena.
Trader Mike Wilson attempts to escape punishment by the Paiute Indians after mistreating two of their women, by placing the blame on Adam. A fierce war between the Paiutes and the California militia follows, and the Paiutes seize Adam as hostage. Very impressive battle scenes in the this first mini-epic of the series. This episode did all it could to stage the real thing; 50 Indians were used and 50 cavalry actors and extras were used, and the production involved three days of shooting on location. This episode encompassed both the biggest cast and most costly stunts. This episode is based on the factual accounting that occured in May and June of 1860.Watch Now:iTunes
Bud, Ulla and Stevie are trapped when their truck swerves into a drainage canal.
The loss of money in a robbery starts a run on the bank, which the Lone Ranger knows could spell heavy losses to most of the townspeople if the bank fails.
While Flipper recovers from the injuries received during a battle with an alligator, Bud grieves over the loss of his pet just a few miles down the coast.
The Lone Ranger's nephew rescues a Mexican bandit from a mine and the Lone Ranger and Tonto are hot on the trail of the bandit, El Toro.
The Lone Ranger recognizes a nondescript character as a reformed gambler of rare skill, and together they help clear a young man falsely accused of robbery.
After ten years in prison, crooks go to recover their buried loot, but learn that a house now occupies the spot, meaning they must somehow get rid of the homeowners.
The Lone Ranger and Tonto help a near-blind old cowboy who has been framed for murder by a crooked lawyer who has swindled the cowboy out of his ranch so he can sell it to the railroad.
Disguised as a prospector, the Lone Ranger seeks a criminal mastermind.
The Ricks family sails up the coast in search of their missing friend, Flipper, only to find that the dolphin that saved a man's life, and who they hoped would be Flipper, has gone.
Crooks steal the money that has been collected for an irrigation project.
A mother plans to sell her young boy's pony in order to acquire badly-needed cash with which to purchase from crooks the evidence that will clear her wrongly-jailed husband.
While fishing in the waters off Florida, visiting Prince Kaza and a state department official run aground on a reef. Sharks appear while the pair attempt to free the boat.
A killer ghost keeps watch over an outlaw hideout.
Gamblers kill a rancher who owes them money and frame ""Old Bailey"".
The new school teacher is the only one in town that can identify a bank robber posing as a professor.
The Lone Ranger and Tonto meet up with a newspaper reporter from the East who has disguised himself as an outlaw in order to infiltrate a network that hides fugitives from the law.
Pony Express Relay Station Agent peddles Army secrets to the Indians.
Dr. Tracy faces a predicament when Judy the chimp trades places with another chimp who has been trained for the astronaut program, who has somehow made its way into the compound and gotten lost.
Dr. Tracy pays a visit to two Frenchmen who say they are paleontologists, but who are actually diamond smugglers.
A magazine photographer looking for a story lures a hostile tribe of poachers onto the Wameru reserve, thinking that she will get some dramatic pictures to go with the story.
A foul-tempered farmer has trained his German Shepherd dog to attack any and all animals from the Wameru reserve. Paula and Jack Dane find the animal caught in a poacher's snare, rescue it, and take it back to Dr. Tracy to be treated and, more importantly, re-trained—a prospect that's not likely to sit well with the dog's owner.
The Lone Ranger is the only one who knows the true identity of a mysterious stranger who settles in the West and becomes involved in a battle of ranchers over water rights.
A blackguard plans to bomb Barnaby Boggs' business.
Dr. Tracy treats an injured leopard and releases it into the wild, but a visiting trade commissioner who wants to hunt for big game sets his sights on the leopard for his trophy. Dr. Tracy sets out to derail his plans.
Outlaws pose as tax collectors to cover their crimes.
A young preacher is victimized by highwaymen and robbed of money he has collected for the building of a church.
The Lone Ranger must recover stolen petitions.