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Peggy: “Hi, Adam!” Adam: “How’s my girl?” Peggy: “Sally Jenks’ pony can shake hands. Dumb old Traveler don’t even know what I’m talking about.” Adam: “I’ll tell you what. You get yourself a small stick and put it in your left hand. Then you hold out your right hand and say, ‘Shake hands, Traveler.’ And you take that stick and you give him a smart rap behind the right hoof. You’d be surprised how fast dumb old Traveler’s gonna turn into young smart Traveler.” From The Cheating Game (Bonanza)
“I don’t think we ever really, really know anybody else’s pain—just our own. When somebody you love turns their back on you and rejects you, it’s just about the blackest time in the world. And now it’s that kind of a time for you. But understand it, Marty. Don’t blame your grandfather. Don’t blame anybody about what’s happened to you.” From The Way Station (Bonanza)
Bonanza's Women"The Pressure Game", Virginia City gossip and meddling Aunt Lil combine with unexpected attention from another Cartwright to complicate Laura Dayton's already fragile romance with Adam, especially when his preoccupation with Ponderosa business appears to be hiding an unwillingness to marry her.
THE TUNE IN DAN'S CAFE. First aired on January 5, 1972, starring Pernell Roberts, Susan Oliver, James Nusser, James Davidson and Brooke Mills. Teleplay was by Gerald Sanford and Garrie Bateson, story by Shamus Frazer. Directed by David Rawlins. A jukebox in a cafe plays only one song, a tune connected with a tragic romance.