History Series / TheAdventuresOfBriscoCountyJr

13th Feb '16 3:30:35 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* CardSharp: Played to the hilt in one episode where Brisco is in a poker game and both he an his opponent are cheating extensively. At one point Brisco even reaches down to pet a dog and pulls an ace from it's collar. Even the cigarette girl is in on it. Though Brisco's opponent has a hand of five kings, he concedes defeat to Brisco's five aces:
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* CardSharp: Played to the hilt in one episode where Brisco is in a poker game and both he an his opponent are cheating extensively. At one point Brisco even reaches down to pet a dog and pulls an ace from it's its collar. Even the cigarette girl is in on it. Though Brisco's opponent has a hand of five kings, he concedes defeat to Brisco's five aces:
20th Aug '15 12:46:46 PM k9feline7
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Of all the historic liberties the show takes with its time period, the biggest is probably in "Baby Makes Three" where Brisco, Bowler, Dixie, and Whip have to looke after a kidnapped Chinese baby who's the rightful emperor of China. Of course, no Chinese emperor was born in 1894. The actual emperor of the time had reigned since 1875. The next (and last) Chinese emperor was born in 1906.
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Of all the historic liberties the show takes with its time period, the biggest is probably in "Baby Makes Three" where Brisco, Bowler, Dixie, and Whip have to looke look after a kidnapped Chinese baby who's the rightful emperor of China. Of course, no Chinese emperor was born in 1894. The actual emperor of the time had reigned since 1875. The next (and last) Chinese emperor was born in 1906.
16th Aug '15 4:31:02 PM SeanMurrayI
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* BankToaster: The episode "Crystal Hawkes" features a scene where Brisco steps into a bank offering a free branding iron to anyone opening a new account.
13th Aug '15 10:45:33 AM kyrtuck
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added villain decay for pete
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* VillainDecay: Pete Hutter was a menacing, if highly eccentric antagonist in his first two appearances. After that, he turns into a completely ineffectual goof-villain played for laughs.
5th Jun '15 1:43:44 PM Morgenthaler
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Properly alligned the image.
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17th Apr '15 1:26:13 AM DrImpossible
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** While Brisco is tussling with a bad guy. The GirlOfTheWeek wants to help, and grabs a nearby pistol by the barrel and is about to hit the bad guy before Brisco stops her. He beats up the bad guy himself, then demonstrates that fact that if the woman had struck someone with the butt of the ''loaded, flintlock'' pistol, [[IJustShotMarvinInTheFace it would've gone off. Directly into ''her''.]]
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** While Brisco is tussling with a bad guy. The GirlOfTheWeek wants to help, and grabs a nearby pistol by the barrel and is about to hit the bad guy before Brisco stops her. He beats up the bad guy himself, then demonstrates that fact that if the woman had struck someone with the butt of the ''loaded, flintlock'' pistol, [[IJustShotMarvinInTheFace it would've gone off. Directly into ''her''.her.]]
16th Mar '15 7:38:37 AM igordebraga
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The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. ran on the FOX network for a total of 27 episodes from August 27, 1993 to May 20, 1994 and was then cancelled. The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6i9AAtuk8o theme music]] is composed by Randy Edelman and is used by NBC during their Olympics coverage.
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The ''The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. Jr.'' ran on the FOX network for a total of 27 episodes from August 27, 1993 to May 20, 1994 and was then cancelled. And that despite the network [[ThisIsGoingToBeHuge having much faith in it]], feeling it would raise their audience at the FridayNightDeathSlot and even give some residual viewers to the sci-fi show that followed - ''Series/TheXFiles'', which became the runaway hit ''Brisco County, Jr.'' was expected to be! The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6i9AAtuk8o theme music]] is composed by Randy Edelman and is used by NBC during their Olympics coverage.
7th Sep '14 1:05:35 AM KentuckyTroper1990
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* ArtificialLimbs: Frenchie [[ItsSpelledTroPay Bearpeaux]] has a bear paw for a hand because he got his hand caught in a BearTrap meant for Brisco County Sr.
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* ArtificialLimbs: Frenchie [[ItsSpelledTroPay [[ItIsPronouncedTroPay Bearpeaux]] has a bear paw for a hand because he got his hand caught in a BearTrap meant for Brisco County Sr.
2nd Sep '14 3:56:48 PM IncredibleFulk1
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* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Karina in "Bye Bly". She is a naked time traveler from the future. She travels naked because it's easier for the process. Though she appeared to have no problem being seen naked by Brisco and his friends, but she does cover up when she realizes Brisco found her nudity distracting. Of course the only thing she wears is a blazer.
17th Aug '14 9:06:29 AM SeptimusHeap
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''The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.'' was a mid-nineties TV show which provided a unique mix of the classic western and science fiction genres similar to ''Series/TheWildWildWest'' TV series of the '60s. Created by Jeffrey Boam (screenwriter of ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'' and ''Film/InnerSpace'') and Carlton Cuse (before ''NashBridges'' and ''Series/{{Lost}}''), the series starred B movie and television icon Creator/BruceCampbell as the title character who, after the murder of his father (Marshall Brisco County, Sr, played by RLeeErmey) at the hands of the infamous John Bly gang, is hired by the wealthy members of the Westerfield Club to recapture John Bly (played by Billy Drago) and his gang of 12.
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''The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.'' was a mid-nineties TV show which provided a unique mix of the classic western and science fiction genres similar to ''Series/TheWildWildWest'' TV series of the '60s. Created by Jeffrey Boam (screenwriter of ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'' and ''Film/InnerSpace'') and Carlton Cuse (before ''NashBridges'' ''Series/NashBridges'' and ''Series/{{Lost}}''), the series starred B movie and television icon Creator/BruceCampbell as the title character who, after the murder of his father (Marshall Brisco County, Sr, played by RLeeErmey) at the hands of the infamous John Bly gang, is hired by the wealthy members of the Westerfield Club to recapture John Bly (played by Billy Drago) and his gang of 12.
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