Black Moon: Gregory Norman Cruz. During a free seance at the Golden Nugget, the Princess astounds the citizens, including the skeptical Michaela, with her seemingly vast knowledge of their private lives and concerns. But Michaela is worried that the royal visitor, who soon begins charging money for her "consultations," might cause harm with some of her predictions.
Her fear is heightened when the Princess advises Grace that her adopted son Anthony will suffer no further attacks. Mike keeps Sully hidden to nurse him back to health while leading the town to believe that he is dead. McKay thinks he's still alive and continues his search for him.
Meanwhile, Preston seeks to buy up all the Indian reservation land to set up a lumber mill. Mike, Matthew, and Brian search for a missing Sully. When Brian's free-wheeling, irresponsible adolescent behavior puts him in mortal danger, and Sully disciplines him. Mike sends for Myra and Samantha to lift his spirits.
Mike to recall her most memorable case, Dr. As they sit with Andrew, who is mysteriously ill at the clinic, Dr. Ezra: R. Leo Schreiber. Mike doesn't buy the sales pitch of an exploitative medicine-show man Robert Culp , especially when she faces a medical crisis involving Myra Helene Udy.
Franklin: Pato Hoffmann. Lucas: Seth Dillon. A cowpoke John Schneider reaches the end of his rope trying to care for his ailing infant, so leaves the baby in the care of Mike. A businessman tries to buffalo the townsfolk into selling their property to make way for the railroad, while Sully Joe Lando rails against bison hunters and pays for it physically. Rankin: Don Stroud.
Birch: Andrew Prine. Cloud Dancing: Larry Sellers. Black Kettle: Nick Ramus. Mike's loneliness surfaces as her birthday approaches; Jake goes on a binge after his negligence leads to a death. Johnson: Geoffrey Lower. Bear Heart: James Encinas. Myra: Helene Udy. Colleen Erika Flores gets a crush on Sully after he saves her, but her plan to have him rescue her again puts her in real peril.
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On Chrome:. Help Image. We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. Rather than accept a traveling defense attorney with a drinking problem, Burch asks Matthew to defend him, claiming he was framed.
But, a fiction writer who had been traveling with Exner claims to be an eyewitness, having seen Burch shoot the man in cold blood. With Burch's life in the balance and little evidence to support his claim that Exner drew a gun on him, fledgling lawyer Matthew, with help from Dr. Mike, sets out to discover what actually happened between the two sworn enemies.
As Jake and Teresa look forward to their wedding day, Dr. Mike and Sully struggle to free Cloud Dancing, who was captured and put in prison for leaving the reservation. Dorothy is so disturbed at the thought of Cloud Dancing in jail that she contemplates helping him escape and fleeing with him into the wilderness. Meanwhile, Teresa introduces Jake to her visiting aunt, Dona Verano, and her cousin, Carlos, a priest. The visit turns sour when the older woman takes an immediate dislike to Jake and tries to prevent the marriage.
Mike befriends a young Chinese woman who is posing as a man so that she can practice medicine in the tradition-bound Chinese community. Mike finds herself matching her medical skills against those of an elderly Cantonese herbalist when many members of a large group of Chinese passing through Colorado Springs looking for work fall victim to fever. She becomes attached to the herbalist's young assistant, whom he introduces as his grandson but who actually turns out to be his granddaughter.
Both of them, and the rest of the Chinese community, are endangered by the actions of Hank, who tries to drive them from town because he fears they will cause an epidemic. Mike tries to prevent Loren from leaving Colorado Springs when she learns he secretly plans to sell his store and move away out of grief over the death of Marjorie.
Meanwhile, the town prepares for its annual "Sweethearts Dance," but melancholy seems to reign. Jake broods over how to ask Teresa to marry him, and Grace's continued drinking threatens her marriage to Robert E.
Colleen finds herself the subject of a fatal attraction. Colleen is at first flattered by her new suitor's attentions, but Dr. Mike is suspicious of Patrick Collins and his intentions. Spurning her mother's advice of taking it slowly with this out-of-towner, Colleen continues to see her new beau, dazzled by the gifts he gives and the attention he pays her. But, as Patrick swiftly becomes more possessive and demanding, frightening Colleen enough to break up with him, she realizes she's in over her head when he refuses to be dismissed and becomes physically threatening.
Mike's life takes a startling turn when she's shot point blank by a man with a grudge against all doctors. Following life-saving emergency surgery by Andrew, with the aid of Cloud Dancing, and two weeks recovery at home, Dr. Mike attempts to return to the clinic but is hindered by recurring nightmares in which she relives the trauma of the shooting.
As her panic and paranoia grow with each nightmare, Dr. Mike finds she is afraid to leave her house, making everyone doubt if she'll ever be able to return to her work.
Meanwhile, Daniel goes off in pursuit of the shooter, who is wanted for the murder of three other doctors. After accompanying Black Crow's braves safely to the reservation, Dr. Mike and Sully begin the trip home for Christmas but are delayed when they stop to help a hapless young married couple they find wandering in the wilderness.
The young couple, Chester and Hallie, are former city dwellers trying to find a new settlement established by their relatives, but are hopelessly lost. Meanwhile, Daniel, who has been wandering all his life, is tempted to give up his job as sheriff to accept an offer to run a mining operation far away from Colorado Springs.
Mike reluctantly takes on the role of temporary judge when Horace sues Hank for accidentally breaking his nose and sets off a flurry of suits and countersuits among the town's citizens. Matthew, who has been studying the law, tips off Horace that he's legally entitled to have Hank pay his medical bills. Soon Dr. Mike finds herself in the middle of that case, as well as a property dispute between Dorothy and Grace and a claim by Loren that he was crippled and nearly drowned because of negligence at Preston's hotel.
Mike fears she won't be able to save her sister, Marjorie, and Daniel and Preston both fall seriously ill as the diphtheria epidemic continues to rage. With Thanksgiving approaching, the epidemic overshadows every activity: Mike continues to be separated from her young children, who remain in hiding with Sully to protect them from the disease; Mike is blamed by her mother, Elizabeth for Marjorie's condition; Hank is jailed for trying to burn down the squatters village, where he thinks the disease originated; Matthew reluctantly acts as his lawyer, and Jake and Teresa draw strangely closer as they use the school house as a temporary morgue.
Mike sends her children to stay at Sully's hideout while she exhaustedly battles a deadly diphtheria epidemic that threatens the entire town, including her mother and sisters. Mike's mother, Elizabeth, and sister, Rebecca, arrive for a Thanksgiving visit and refuse to leave, despite the danger caused by the disease. Their arrival leads to further friction between them and Mike's other sister, Marjorie, who becomes stricken herself.
Meanwhile, Hank blames the squatters for causing the epidemic and tries to burn their encampment, forcing Daniel to arrest him. And as casualties mount, Dr.
Mike comes into conflict with fellow doctor Andrew Cook about trying a new surgical procedure to keep patients alive. Mike's sister, Marjorie, returns to Colorado Springs as a member of the Women's Temperance League to outlaw alcohol, coincidentally arriving while Jake is drowning his insecurities over Teresa Morales in alcohol. Jake's fears are sparked when he sees Teresa meeting privately with Hank, and it is suspected that Grace, too, may be inadvertently abusing alcohol through the "tonic" she takes to help her sleep.
Meanwhile, Sully and Cloud Dancing try to reason with Black Moon, a young brave experiencing "visions" of victory over the cavalry. Also, Marjorie's arrival leads to a renewal of her friendship with Loren. Mike becomes alarmed when Princess Nizamoff, a member of Russian royalty, visits Preston's Springs Chateau Hotel for a vacation and soon has the townsfolk convinced that she is a seer with ties to the spirit world. During a free seance at the Golden Nugget, the princess astounds the citizens, including the skeptical Dr.
Mike, with her seemingly vast knowledge of their private lives and concerns. But Mike is worried that the royal visitor, who soon begins charging money for her "consultations," might cause harm with some of her predictions.
Her fear is heightened when the princess advises Grace that her adopted son, Anthony, will suffer no further painful and mysterious physical attacks. While filled with anxiety about Sully, who is still being sought by the Army on murder charges, Dr.
Mike begins to experience symptoms indicating that she may be pregnant again. Mike tries to keep her suspicions a secret and is deeply embarrassed when word leaks out among the townspeople before she can even tell Sully, who is still in hiding.
Meanwhile, the citizens of Colorado Springs bicker over what items to include in a time capsule they plan to bury for the annual Founders' Day celebration. At issue is how much representation will be given to the role of women and minorities in the town's history.