While in town the men stop at the "salon" owned by enchanting Abigail Fletcher. A picture hangs on the wall of her late husband Gil Favor. Favor comes in to see for himself. He finds a friend needing help with Gil as her husband.
Rowdy, Wishbone, and Mushy stop in Calvin for supplies where they and the local men are smitten with the beautiful Abigail Fletcher. She owns the Silver Slipper "Salon" so before leaving town they decide to stop by the saloon for a drink. At the bar they spot a photograph of Gil Favor in uniform with a dedication to his bravery and death in the war. The bartender informs them that Abigail is his widow. After telling Favor at camp, he decides to go to town to see this for himself. True enough, he recognizes the picture from a wedding where he was best man followed and Abigail who faints. She confides to Favor that after the war she and her husband, who had lost everything, traveled West, but had even worse luck - her working in saloons and her husband resorting to crime and being lynched for murder. So she moved on and pretended to be war-hero Favor's widow. Upon hearing this and feeling protective, Favor pretends to be her long-thought dead husband who had been suffering from amnesia....Written by
I bought DrEss of all the shows on all 8 seasons and this is by far the best of the bunch. It showcases Eric's grace in the dances and his humor in how he gets his widow out of the trouble she got herself into. I have watched this show at least a dozen times. I never get tired of it.
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