- Crowning Moment of Funny: After Blackjack gets shot, he says "I guess I'm one of you now", to which the sheriff responds "don't count on it" and shoots him again.
- Fridge Logic: How does Blackjack know the townsfolk are dead? He recognizes some as famous outlaws said to be dead, but surely the first conclusion would be that reports of their deaths had been exaggerated.
- Remember, one of those dead people (Dolly Sloane) is somebody who was killed in the firefight he was in just the day before. Meeting her is how Sonny figures out where they are, after all.
- Also, Doc Holliday's death was of a lingering illness that everyone had known he had for years (and had visibly impaired him for years), and yet he's standing right over there and perfectly healthy. Tubercolosis had no cure in that time; you have to assume a miracle from God happened just to explain why he's not coughing.
- Fridge Brilliance: Everyone in that town is dead. Why can living people reach it? Blackjack's gang is implied not to be the first party to pass through. It must be to provide more temptation - the townsfolk have to resist the urge to drink and gamble despite the perfectly good saloon in town, but no one there would be willing to start a fight. Outsiders, not restricted by the threat of Hell, can challenge that temptation.
- Tear Jerker: Lefty doesn't make it.