The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.: No Man’s Land  » TV  »
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    • by Orrymain

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      Starring Bruce Campbell in the title role, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.: No Man’s Land is a bit unique in that it takes place mostly in a town called No Man’s Land, and it’s called that because all of the inhabitants are women. There’s Denise Crosby as Sheriff Jenny Taylor, though she was more convincing on Star Trek as Tasha Yar, Brook Susan

      Parker as the tough K.C., and Shareen Mitchell as Dr. Rosa Quintano, among others.

      John Astin reoccurs as Professor Albert Wickwire, riding in on the now famous rocket. He’s just in time to rescue an injured Brisco. That’s two episodes in a row that Brisco has been severely injured. Astin provides some of the comical relief in an eccentric sort of way.

      • That’s his forte as an actor, so this part is right down his alley.

        Much of this show has Brisco trying to track down the Swill brothers, outlaws we first heard about in the prior episode. This is more Vaudeville than anything else and goes a little overboard in my book. The brothers are too dumb to be taken seriously and with the ongoing

        gimmick of their names (Phil, Bill, Will, and Gil), it was over the top.

        It was fun to watch Brisco fight “the future with the future.” That’s what makes the show special. It combines the classic western with comedy and science fiction. Throw in a lot of action and a dab of romance, and that’s the unique blend of this 90’s TV series.

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