The Fall Guy/King of the Cowboys

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King of the Cowboys
Season 3, Episode 19
Airdate February 29, 1984
Written by Lou Shaw,
Bill Taub
Directed by Daniel Haller
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King of the Cowboys is the nineteenth episode of the third season of The Fall Guy, and the sixty-fifth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Michael Pataki (Braden), Jock Mahoney (Himself), Roy "Dusty" Rogers Jr., Robert Tessier (Garvey), Gary Lockwood (LaRue), Lewis Van Bergen, Joe E. Tata, Dwier Brown, The Sons of the Pioneers (Themselves), Peter Breck (Himself), John Russell (Himself), Roy Rogers (Himself)


Plot Overview

Once again, Colt is filming a special with Roy Rogers and a host of other famous TV cowboys, and once again, Roy and his friends must come to Colt's rescue, this time from a gang of car thieves.


Arc Advancement





The Show

Here's the second tribute episode to old TV cowboys, featuring Roy and Dusty Rogers as themselves, but joined this time by Jock Mahoney (The Range Rider,Yancy Derringer), Peter Breck (Black Saddle, The Big Valley) and John Russell (The Lawman), as well as the cowboy singing group, the Sons of the Pioneers.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

The upshot in both episodes with Rogers and the cowboys is that they get to fight the bad guys in the climactic fight scene, while Colt sits back and watches. Another character asks Colt what he's doing, and he naturally responds, 'Watchin' my old heroes in action!'



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