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  • The bits about that fiction and the realities are the best parts of this episode, which otherwise is just fair

    • by Orrymain
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      From December 1993, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.: Mail Order Brides has Brisco (Bruce Campbell) and Lord Bowler (Julius Carry) coming upon a group of women. Brisco and Bowler are chasing the Swill Brothers again, who have stolen the women’s dowries. The women are mail order brides, having agreed to marry, though the men insist on having their dowries

      as promised. Without the dowries, the men aren’t interested. Things transpire, and ultimately, the women get Brisco and Bowler to let them go along as they all track down the Swills.

      I can’t stand this Swill family. They are stereotypical grubby outlaws. They’re dumb, they’re fumblers, and they look so unpleasant. They annoy me; more than that, they ...


      • irritate me and make me want to change the channel. The sooner these shows end, the happier I am. This is even more true since we had the unpleasant addition of Mama Swill, whose first name is Lil. Yes, groan. I did.

        The mail order brides were aptly played by Elizabeth Barondes, Romy Rosemont, and Kim Walker.

        Naturally, one was overly intrigued by Brisco.

        In fact, the only real fun part of this story is that the women have with them one of those dime novels from the east, and it’s all about Brisco County, Jr. and his adventures. The bits about that fiction and the realities are the best parts of this episode, which otherwise is just fair.




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