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  • At issue is a whopper of an inheritance, one that many rogue thieves are trying to get their hands on
  • The best part of this Brooklyn Dodgers show for me, though, is how Socrates Poole (Christian Clemenson) does some amazing footwork and tracks down a family member of the Trahern children

    • by Orrymain
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      While the name this episode of The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. might lead one to think there’s baseball in the mix, there isn’t. Brooklyn Dodgers is named for two teenagers who are on their own, fending for themselves, after a tragic accident years earlier that caused the death of their

      family, including their mother. At issue is a whopper of an inheritance, one that many rogue thieves are trying to get their hands on.

      Brisco County Jr. (Bruce Campbell) and Lord Bowler (Julius Carry) happen onto the brother and sister by accident when the older sibling, Tommy Trahern (Michael Cade) steals Comet.


      • It’s a hoot when Brisco whistles for Comet to stop, which he does, practically becoming a statue. Michael Weiss has an uncredited part that is actually a bit fun, too.

        The best part of this Brooklyn Dodgers show for me, though, is how Socrates Poole (Christian Clemenson) does some amazing footwork

        and tracks down a family member of the Trahern children. It’s really a nice bit of work and a couple of nice scenes.

        There’s really nothing extra exceptional about the drama or plot to The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.: Brooklyn Dodgers, but it was fairly entertaining, which is the ultimate goal of any program.




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