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Während der Dreharbeiten zur 4. Quinn, Teil 1 Cooper Vs. Anzeigen: Listenansicht. Doch Dr. Mike what would Das Flüstern Des Wassers happened if she had told the truth. Mike struggles to control the diphtheria Autohandel and disagrees with Andrew on whether to use a new treatment. Li Ying and her grandfather choose to leave with her people. TV Schedule. Together, they reminisce about the myriad different experiences -- good and bad -- they've shared together and then make a pivotal decision about their future. O'Connor is found dead at the bottom of a cliff, everyone fears that Sully died too in the fall. Michaela worries that Matthew might do something he'll regret and they are at odds over his future. The next morning Dr. Quinn gives Dr. Surprisingly and ironically, Hank's the only person in town that can quiet Samantha, Myra and Horace's eternally crying baby.

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Edit Cast Series cast summary: Jane Seymour Quinn - Medicine Woman episodes, Joe Lando Byron Sully episodes, Shawn Toovey Brian Cooper episodes, Chad Allen Matthew Cooper episodes, Orson Bean Loren Bray episodes, Jim Knobeloch Jake Slicker episodes, William Shockley Hank Lawson episodes, Frank Collison Horace Bing episodes, Geoffrey Lower Timothy Johnson episodes, Jonelle Allen Grace episodes, Henry G.

Robert E. Dorothy Jennings episodes, Jessica Bowman Colleen Cooper 89 episodes, Larry Sellers Myra Bing 76 episodes, Erika Flores Colleen Cooper 61 episodes, Jason Leland Adams Preston A.

Edit Storyline The fifth daughter of a wealthy Boston physician, Michaela Quinn defies the conventions of post-Civil War society by following in her father's footsteps.

Edit Did You Know? Goofs Mr Bray's store doors change from having windows to solid wood and back to having windows. Quotes Byron Sully : There's an old Indian legend that says man and woman were once united - four arms, four legs, two backs.

And one day the great spirit grew angry at this creature and took his tomahawk and cut 'em apart. And ever since that day men and women have tried to get back together again.

User Reviews A great western show with contemporary themes. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: Interesting pilot faq.

Country: USA. Language: English. Also Known As: Dr. Runtime: 60 min 60 min episodes. Sound Mix: Dolby. Color: Color.

Edit page. Add episode. November Streaming Picks. Meanwhile, Daniel, who has been wandering all his life, is tempted to give up his job as sheriff to accept an offer to run a mining operation far away from Colorado Springs.

Mike is shot by a distraught man. On returning to work, she begins to become afraid that something bad will happen again and show signs of PTSD.

Colleen's new suiter has followed her all the way from Denver making Dr. Mike and Matthew suspicious of his intentions and leaving Andrew jealous.

Meanwhile, Sully and Brian escort a senator and his young son through the woods to help in their effort to add preserved land in Colorado.

Mike tries to prevent Loren from leaving Colorado Springs when she learns he secretly plans to sell his store and move away out of grief over the death of Marjorie.

Meanwhile, the town prepares for its annual "Sweethearts Dance," but melancholy seems to reign. Jake broods over how to ask Teresa to marry him, and Grace's continued drinking threatens her marriage to Robert E.

Mike befriends a young Chinese woman who is posing as a man so that she can practice medicine in the tradition-bound Chinese community.

Mike finds herself matching her medical skills against those of an elderly Cantonese herbalist when many members of a large group of Chinese passing through Colorado Springs looking for work fall victim to fever.

She becomes attached to the herbalist's young assistant, whom he introduces as his grandson but who actually turns out to be his granddaughter.

Both of them, and the rest of the Chinese community, are endangered by As Jake and Teresa look forward to their wedding day, Dr. Mike and Sully struggle to free Cloud Dancing, who was captured and put in prison for leaving the reservation.

Dorothy is so disturbed at the thought of Cloud Dancing in jail that she contemplates helping him escape and fleeing with him into the wilderness.

Meanwhile, Teresa introduces Jake to her visiting aunt, Dona Verano, and her cousin, Carlos, a priest. The visit turns sour when the older woman takes an immediate dislike to Jake and tries to prevent the marriage.

Mike grapples with her fear for Brian's safety when the youngster befriends a seemingly harmless but eccentric fellow who thinks he's a bird and covers himself with feathers in an attempt to fly.

Martin Von Hoffman, the birdman, not only tries to fly, he also sleeps in a nest and literally pecks at his food when Dr.

Mike invites him home for dinner. To her alarm, Martin turns out to be an escapee from a New York insane asylum.

She is torn between returning him to the asylum or allowing him to carry on his self-deception in peace.

Marshall Elias Burch asks Matthew, still a student of law, to defend him when he's accused of murder. Daniel is forced to arrest Burch for killing Exner, an ex-con whom he had been pursuing.

Rather than accept a traveling defense attorney with a drinking problem, Burch asks Matthew to defend him, claiming he was framed. But, a fiction writer who had been traveling with Exner claims to be an eyewitness, having seen Burch shoot the man in cold blood.

With Burch's life in the balance and little evidence to support his claim that Exner drew a gun on him, fledgling Michaela and Sully reminisce about the ups and downs of their relationship and make a momentous decision about their future.

While returning from a week long trip with Sully, Michaela stumbles and falls, sustaining a head injury. The couple takes refuge in an abandoned cabin where Sully must keep Michaela awake to prevent her from slipping into a coma.

Together, they reminisce about the myriad different experiences -- good and bad -- they've shared together and then make a pivotal decision about their future.

Robert E vents his frustration over the death of his son and the demise of his marriage by stepping into the ring with a traveling boxing champion.

After Dr. Mike catches Matthew and Ingrid kissing in the barn, Ingrid has an asthma attack. Michaela worries that Matthew might do something he'll regret and they are at odds over his future.

Matthew sets out to prove to others and himself that he is a grown man ready to take on life. Mike coming out of the saloon from seeing Myra. He says he wants to marry Ingrid but Dr.

Matthew storms off, frustrated by her over-protectiveness and his desire for independence. After talking with Sully, Matthew undertakes a "vision quest," a Cheyenne ceremony in which a man searches for direction.

Sully reminds Dr. Mike that she became a doctor and came out to Colorado Springs despite her mother's disapproval.

Matthew decides he is going to save money and build a house before marrying Ingrid. Mike gives him the engagement ring her fiancee, a doctor who died in the Civil War, gave her.

After reading romance stories with her friend, Colleen develops a teenage crush on Sully after he pulls her out of the path of a runaway wagon. Hank stirs up racial hatred against Grace, and Grace is angry that Robert E.

Imagining herself as a damsel in distress and Sully as her knight in shining armor, Colleen purposely sets out to get lost in an abandoned mine and leaves a letter for Sully, hoping he will rescue her.

A tree falls on the mine and a freak cold snap blows in and she almost freezes to death before Wolf, Sully and Dr.

Mike find her. Meanwhile, racial tensions in town reach a boiling point when Hank accuses Grace of food poisoning and Robert E.

The accusation is later proven false when Dr. Mike discovers Hank has been eating meat infected with trichinosis.

Mike tells Hank he should apologize to Grace. Colleen is devastated when Dr. Mike tries to tell her Sully doesn't love her romantically, but only as a friend.

She weeps as she realizes that she can't love Sully the way she wants. Hank turns up at Grace's cafe and she makes him ask properly before she serves him, although he stops short of an apology.

Colleen starts a friendship with Lewis. When Brian and Sully are out hiking, Brian climbs a tree and jumps out to show him he could fly like the eagle in Sully's story.

Brian lands hard, hitting his head. Mike, angry with Sully for not watching Brian more carefully, is relieved to find no signs of injury. Later, the townsfolk argue over who will build the new schoolhouse and Matthew wants Robert E.

Jake and Loren are tapped for the job, and Robert E. Brian begins to exhibit symptoms of brain compression, which starts off by blurred vision and quickly escalates to blindness and later, a coma.

Mike wants to treat him, but Sully tells her to let him go. Mike tells the townspeople Brian has a subdural hemorrhage. She asks Horace to send a telegram to Boston General Hospital to seek a neurology specialist for advice.

When Sully arrives after being away praying to the spirits for forgiveness, Dr. Mike is furious with Sully and they argue. The Reverend has to step in and stop them.

Matthew then wants to start building the school because it was the last thing Brian wanted. The neurologist is delayed because a flood has washed a bridge out and he won't be arriving until next week.

Mike is forced to perform trepanning the dangerous brain operation on Brian, while the Reverend, Jake and Grace assist. Meanwhile, Sully, Robert E.

After the operation, Dr. Mike goes to the building site and informs everyone that the surgeryappears to have been a success. Mike wakes up the next morning, she discovers Brian is not in his bed and finds him outside looking at the schoolhouse.

On the way to the Indian reservation with Sully, Dr. Mike decides to check up on Ruby Johnson and they discover her dead and a young boy, Zack, hidden in the closet.

After she died, they sent Zack to live with Mrs. Johnson because he was "simple. Johnson's possessions, Brian finds an artistic drawing of a horse.

Mike tries to get school clothes for Zack at the general store, but Loren says he can't go to school because he's a "simpleton". When she takes Zack to get a haircut, Jake calls him an "imbecile".

In school, Olive sees the drawing Brian found and thinks he drew it. Mike also sees it and thinks the same thing. Zack is laughed at, bullied, and called an idiot by the other schoolchildren and runs away.

When Sully and Brian go looking for Zack, they find him at Mrs. Brian tells Zack everyone cries when they lose people they love, and Zack breaks down and is comforted by Brian.

Mike is frustrated in her attempts to find a medical diagnosis and cure for Zack's condition. Hank gives Zack a job cleaning the saloon. Mike figures out that Hank is Zack's father.

When she confronts him, he tells her to mind her own business and stick to doctoring. Zack gives Hank a drawing he made of a beautiful woman, and Hank stares at it then weeps quietly.

The next day, Hank shows Dr. Mike the drawing. Mike arranges to enroll Zack in an art school in Denver.

The townspeople gather to say goodbye to Zack as he leaves on the stagecoach for Denver accompanied by Hank. Mike suggests taking a portrait of the town and an argument ensues over who will be in it, due to bigotry among some of the more prominent townsfolk.

Mike diagnoses David's diabetes mellitus and is frustrated that he refuses treatment and will ultimately go blind. When Horace introduces Myra to his ailing mother, she is furious when she recognizes her and tells Myra and Horace to get out.

After David takes a photograph of Emily and her husband, Dr. Mike catches the bouquet and he collapses. When he regains consciousness, against Dr.

Mike's advice he takes separate portraits of the townspeople. Brian asks Sully to be in their family portrait but he says it's not right because he isn't family.

Mike he hopes Brian wasn't disappointed about him not being in their family photo and says he cares about them all very much, especially her.

He says he meant it when he kissed her on her birthday but admits he just isn't ready yet. When the town photograph is ready to be taken and "unapproved" people turn up, a fight breaks out.

The Reverend tries to stop it but to no avail. The horses are spooked and run away and the wagon catches fire with Sully inside.

When the camera equipment is destroyed, except for the lens, the whole town must pull together to make a new camera and take the photo before David's eyesight fails.

David asks Loren if he will be in the town picture and he refuses. Mike tells Loren that David says every picture has a heart. She says that he is the heart of their town and convinces Loren to be in the photograph.

Sully joins Dr. Mike's family in the town photograph. He takes his place beside Dr. Mike and puts his arm around her. Mike wants Sully to race, he refuses to race for money saying he doesn't like what it does to people.

Mike meets Dr. Cassidy when his rider, Drew, is kicked in the head by a horse. Cassidy refuses to take her medical opinion seriously.

Mike wants to run Flash in the race, but is not allowed by Loren, Jake, and Hank, who say it's only for men. Brian cooks an unusual pie, despite being told by Colleen boys don't cook.

Hank's horse turns up lame and Dr. Mike asks him to ride but when he tries, her horse rejects him and he is furious and tries to beat her but is prevented by Sully.

Meanwhile, Drew suffers another mishap, but Dr. Cassidy again refuses to listen to Dr. Loren tells Brian boys don't cook and when Brian says his creation is called Surprise Pie, Jake says the only surprise will be if someone doesn't die.

Drew has a relapse for the third time and collapses and dies. Brian wins first place for his pie, with Colleen coming in third. Against his principles, Sully offers to ride, but Dr.

Mike decides to disguise herself as a man with Sully's help. She rides Flash and wins the race, but Loren takes away Dr.

Mike's prize. However, everyone considers her the real winner and gathers around Dr. Mike and Flash. Jake puts the winner's prize of flowers around Flash.

Daniel Attias. She is injured and says she fell off a horse and is taken in by Loren. Mike examines Dorothy and suspects she was beaten by her husband.

Sully confirms that this has happened before. At Maude's grave, Dorothy opens up to Dr. Mike about her abusive husband Marcus.

Loren implies his marriage to Maude was superficial because he only proposed to her when Dorothy turned him down.

Dorothy's husband turns up at Dr. Dorothy agrees against Dr. Mike's advice. When Dorothy comes back to town, she has been beaten again by Marcus and says she is leaving him for good.

Mike suggests Dorothy start a town newspaper to support herself. Soon after, Marcus also arrives in town in the back of a wagon, dead.

Dorothy is arrested by a reluctant Horace, who is a deputized judge, and she stands trial for murder after admitting she hit Marcus with her skillet in self-defense.

Mike presses Dorothy for more details on what happened the day Marcus died. Mike finds he died of gastritis caused by his chronic drinking not from a blow to the head.

Dorothy is released from jail. Loren gives her a space to work on her newspaper in his store. The women of the town applaud Dorothy, but Hank stops the celebrations by firing off a gunshot.

While Matthew, Colleen and Brian are in the barn, calling up ghosts to speak to them, Brian calls his mother.

Meanwhile in the cabin, Sully tells Dr. Mike what the Cheyenne believe about spirits, and as they kiss, a photograph of the family falls to the floor by itself.

The next morning at breakfast, after talking about ghosts spelling out the one you love, Brian believes "there'll be a big S" for Dr.

Sully offers to make some homestead renovations but Dr. Mike insists she is happy with it the way it is. Brian misses his mother who always made him his Halloween costumes, and he struggles to find a costume.

The school children discuss witches and they make Brian believe that Dorothy is a witch, so he tries to catch her in the act.

Meanwhile, a man keeps turning up "dead" in different areas of the town, first at Jake's barber shop, Hank's saloon, then at Grace's cafe, disappearing whenever the townspeople go to fetch Dr.

She angrily thinks the townspeople are playing a practical joke on her. In the night, Dr. Mike hears a baby crying and she goes to the barn and finds an unfinished rocking horse which Sully made for his child.

She turns around to see Abagail, Sully's deceased wife, who disappears. The next day, when Sully arrives to start work on the renovations, Dr.

Mike says she doesn't want him to do anything because the house is Abagail's not hers. Abagail appears to Dr. Mike a second time saying that she wants Dr.

Mike out of her house. Brian's suspicions grow but it turns out Dorothy was behaving oddly because she was making him a devil's costume. Brian breaks down crying and tells her about missing his Ma.

Abagail appears a third time to Dr. Mike, and they discuss Sully. Mike tells Abagail that she is being selfish and that she should want Sully to get on with his life.

Abagail says Dr. Mike is selfish, that she has nothing, and Dr. Mike has her husband. At the Halloween party, when the stranger wins the first prize for best costume, everyone is shocked by the "dead man" they've been encountering.

He then collapses, falling into a deep deathlike sleep, a result of a rare medical condition caused by a slowed heartrate. Mike tells him he suffers from catalepsy.

Sully brings Dr. Mike the completed rocking horse and Dr. Mike calls Abagail, who appears a fourth and final time. After breaking down crying, she says, "We would have been friends.

Mike gives her the rocking horse Sully never got to finish a long time ago but now did. She then agrees to Sully's offer to renovate the homestead.

Jake accidentally kills Little Eagle while hunting for deer with Loren, which instantly triggers hostile retaliation from the Cheyenne.

Horace is wounded by an arrow and is intimidated into covering up the truth. Jake's apathy at what he has done and his decision to lie about it infuriate the Cheyenne.

Tensions between the Cheyenne and townspeople mount as gossip surrounding the incident runs wild. Dog Soldiers attack the Wakefield family.

Jake is kidnapped. Sully tries to negotiate his release but is thrown off the reservation. Horace's conscience finally gets the best of him under Myra's pressure and he admits the truth.

Dorothy chastises Loren for his lies, and realizes she must print a retraction immediately. Mike decides to go to the reservation with Horace to sort things out.

Despite being beaten by the Dog Soldiers, Jake tries to blame Horace. Sully finally gets the truth out of him and attempts to defend the townspeople against Cloud Dancing, who says Jake must die.

Sully says Cloud Dancing taught him not to hate and that anger has clouded his judgement. Cloud Dancing and Sully fight and Michaela intervenes.

Myra offers send a wire to the Army to help resolve the conflict, but Brian and Colleen cut the telegraph wires, fearful of what the Army would do to the Cheyenne.

When the Cheyenne tribal council suggest war, Sully declares he is on the side of truth, and that if they wanted to start a war, start it with him.

He offers his hunting knife to Cloud Dancing, who refuses to kill Sully and gives him his knife back. Chief Black Kettle decides that as long as there is one white man talking the Cheyenne will not die and that Jake must provide horses and food to the family of Little Eagle.

After protesting, Jake gives them a silver pocket watch and a ring which his father gave him. Cloud Dancing also takes his horse he rode in on.

When Jake asks "How am I supposed to get home? Not wanting to be pitied, Jake refuses a ride home from Dr.

Mike is informed of the army being called and Brian cutting the wires. When she says it was dangerous, and illegal, Colleen says to Dr.

Mike, "You would have done it" and Sully says, "She's right". Arc: Kid Cole, part 2 of 4. Arc: Sister Ruth, part 1 of 3. Mike is called to Boston by telegram when her mother Elizabeth Georgann Johnson falls ill.

Matthew doesn't want to leave Ingrid, but Dr. Mike insists. Without thinking, Dr. Mike later takes out her stress and worry on the children, while they are packing and breaks down, crying.

Sully reveals to her where he was born, how his parents died and coming out West. On arrival, one of Dr. Mike's sisters, Marjorie, is disdainful to her husband Everett of the children and Dr.

Mike's insistence on seeing their ailing mother. Quinn has two physicians: one is older Dr. Hansen and believes women should not be doctors while the other is much younger Dr.

Burke , smitten with Michaela, and believes she has the cure. After examining her mother, herself, Dr. Mike ends up curing her mother, diagnosing hepatitis , and earning Dr.

Burke's esteem, despite arguing with Dr. Elizabeth tells Dr. Mike to get out. Mike wires Sully to send her journals about tea to cure hepatitis.

Colleen, Brian and Matthew attempt to make friends without success. Elizabeth gives permission for her daughter to use the tea.

Hansen finds out what has happened, he fires Dr. Brian is entranced by a candy and ice cream shop. Burke invites Dr. Mike, Matthew, Colleen and Brian to dinner.

In the meantime, Cloud Dancing and Sully talk, and Sully confides to him that he dreams about being in Boston, and sets out to join the four. Meanwhile, Elizabeth arrives home to great joy and celebration.

Later, while everyone is at dinner, they are shocked and surprised to see Sully walk in. Asking Dr. Mike what has happened, she refuses to give Sully the real reason for the changes he sees in her.

Mike and Dr. Burke do their rounds visiting sick folk, Dr. Burke says he wants a partner to practice with him. On the way back to the house, Sully and the children accidentally stumble onto Michaela receiving a kiss on the hand by Dr.

Matthew demands to go home, homesick and missing Ingrid, and Sully changes his mind and is not in any hurry to leave.

Matthew is angry with Dr. Mike for staying so long. Elizabeth convinces Sully to wear Boston finery and to the delight of Dr.

Mike he looks incredibly dashing. At the ball held in Elizabeth's honor for her birthday, Sully and Dr. Burke compete for Dr. Mike's attention. Sully asks Matthew how to capture Dr.

Mike's heart. Colleen teaches Sully to dance. They teach him how to use the various cutlery and plates and bowls. Sully, with new finery, takes Michaela out to a sumptuous dinner for two with dancing afterwards.

The two then attend an opera, where Dr. Mike must explain what is going on to a long-suffering Sully. Quinn make a speech at the Medical Conference, and though many of the male doctors leave in disgust, about half stay for the speech and are impressed.

Immediately after, Burke confesses his love for Michaela and proposes marriage, and she attempts to let him down gently but he refuses to take no for an answer.

Sully demands to know if she's going to marry the fellow doctor, but she refuses to answer. Mike argue and Sully immediately angrily leaves. Looking for Sully, Dr.

Mike finds that Sully admits he came to Boston because he loves Dr. Mike, but goes back home to Colorado anyway, and Dr. Mike leaves upset.

After admitting to her mother she doesn't love William Burke, Michaela must tell him she cannot accept his proposal, and the four leave the next day.

Matthew admits to Elizabeth he was wrong. A warm welcome meets the family when they return to their home, with the episode ending on Michaela's admission of love for Sully.

Back from Boston, Sully and Dr. Mike start to "go courtin'" but a drought threatens the town. Sully wants to show Dr. Mike his world and to gather herbs for medicine together.

She tells him what it means to be courting. He tells him how to find turkey tracks. At the thanksgiving meeting, when no one has any food to spare, Horace brings a divining rod to find water.

Mike asks Cloud Dancing to show the townspeople how to grow plants without water, but without success. When Cloud Dancing brings food to convince the townspeople crops can grow in a drought, they throw his food in the dirt.

Hank decides to leave, separating Myra and Horace. Mike and Sully get into a lover's spat because she tries to change people's minds and Sully doesn't believe they want to change, and it becomes a source of contention for them.

And they stop speaking to each other. Jake and Loren take water from the reservation, and sell it, ignoring the warnings that it's not for human consumption; many townspeople become sick and get dysentery.

A lightning strike hits the barn on the homestead, threatening to consume the barn and Dr. Mike takes Sully to task for his old habits of considering himself first, and says she doesn't need him at all.

Cloud Dancing advises Sully that he wasn't meant to be alone. Grace and Robert E. Sully and Michaela also talk through their differences, and she admits to being scared of commitment.

The Cheyenne come to Thanksgiving dinner, bringing enough food for all because the Spirits direct them to.

Hank returns as dinner is served, to the delight of Horace, but almost ruins everything with his insensitive remarks before Loren takes him to task.

As everyone is eating, rain begins pouring down and everyone dances around in delight, soaking wet. A dance is coming up, setting the young girls in a tizzy.

Colleen decides to no longer be friends with the most popular girl in town Alice because she is bossy. Dorothy is feeling dizzy, and when Dr.

Mike questions her, it's revealed she is pregnant just as Loren walks into her room; the three fall into an uncomfortable silence.

Further examination shows it's not a pregnancy but menopause , which upsets Dorothy deeply. Colleen commissions Robert E. Dorothy begins bleeding heavily, which may require taking out her uterus.

Colleen's friend Becky asks her to speak to Richard, but the young man inadvertently thinks Colleen is sweet on him. Loren gives Dorothy a meal in bed, wracked with guilt about believing Hank's false stories on menopause, that she would grow hair and a hump.

Colleen asks Dr. Mike about kissing, goes to meet Richard, Becky's crush, under the kissing tree and receives her first kiss. As she enjoyed it, she declines to tell Richard about Becky.

Sully walks off, frustrated after Dr. Mike tries to teach him to dance. Michaela admits to Dorothy she is afraid of physical intimacy, after her experience with Sully, but after church she notices Dorothy doubling over in pain but refuses to admit it.

Colleen can't admit the truth to Becky and Brian and Dr. Mike spot Sully going into the store alone with Dorothy and becomes suspicious.

Becky catches Colleen kissing the boy she likes and they argue. Colleen loses Becky as her friend and is upset. Mike finally hears about Colleen's problem and points out friendship should be above boyfriends.

While in Loren's store, Sully and Dorothy come out of her room laughing. Michaela is ready to explode in anger but Dorothy collapses in pain and is bleeding badly.

Mike says before she extriates the uterus, there is a risk of peritonitis. Loren predicts doom and gloom but when Dorothy comes out fine, he faints in front of the clinic.

Sully says Dr. Mike is jealous and she is supposed to trust you. Colleen becomes the butt of vicious rumors at school, saying she is easy and dumps the boyfriend.

Loren asks Dorothy to the dance—but just to sit; either way she won't tell Dr. Mike what Sully was doing with her, and neither will he.

Colleen and Becky rekindle their friendship after she witnesses Richard kissing Alice. At the dance, Loren admits he still has feelings for Dorothy, Alice steals the boy and Becky decides he's not worth it, and Sully dances a perfect Sweetheart Reel — thanks, of course, to the lessons from Dorothy, which he admits he had lessons from "a friend.

The Reverend comes home from Soda Springs with the news of a flu epidemic; as the town has no doctor, Michaela rides off to help. Sully promises to stay with the kids while she's gone but is irritated with their constant bickering.

He decides to take them into town where he runs into the Army looking for Dog Soldiers. Sully pleads with Cloud Dancing to try to dissuade the renegades from attacking, who says he'll do his best.

When he can't sleep, Brian asks for a bedtime story. Sully tells him a story about a miner and the next day takes Brian exploring in a secret cave.

Sully and Brian explore the cave together but come out right as Dog Soldiers attack railroad builders. Brian runs to find Sully, but he has disappeared.

Brian runs back to town to get Matthew and Robert E. Jake and Hank go out to collect the bounty. Managing to avoid the soldiers in town, Robert E.

Colleen is faced with the daunting task of taking the bullet out of Sully alone. Matthew goes in search of Cloud Dancing while the Revered goes to town for medical supplies.

Unfortunately, Matthew is soon followed by Jake, and Hank spots the Reverend sneaking out of the clinic with supplies.

All four men arrive back at the cave at the same time. Everyone is surprised when Hank is subdued by the Reverend. Jake removes the bullet from Sully but nicks an artery, which Colleen must suture closed.

Sully regains consciousness and goes to turn himself in; Hank's still after the bounty but is blown off. When Sully comes to town, he makes a speech about his innocence, winning the townspeople over.

When the Cavalry arrive, Dorothy and others vouch he was "in town" during the time of the incident and threatens to write about shooting an unarmed man in the back.

The episode ends with Dr. Mike returning to town, none the wiser. Arc: Charlotte Cooper, part 2 of 2. Desperate for funds to finish his homestead, Matthew becomes a scab miner.

The unions are protesting the lowered wage and unsafe work conditions. Mike and Sully try and persuade Matthew not to work in the mine but he does anyway.

Loren refuses credit to strikers, prompting a boycott of his store. Sully tells Matthew he nearly died in a cave in.

After one day's work, Matthew discovers that they are not paying cash but in scrip for Loren's store at 90 cents to the dollar , but continues to work anyway.

Brian eats too much candy and has indigestion. While being treated by Dr. Mike, it's revealed to him that many people are boycotting Mr.

Bray's store because he is treating people unfairly. Bray notices that Brian has gone 3 days without coming in for candy and when asked, Brian reveals that he is boycotting the store because of Loren's support for the unfair treatment of the miners.

Mike's sister returns to town as a member of the Women's Temperance League to try to outlaw alcohol. Meanwhile Grace has turned to drinking to help comfort the recent death of her adoptive son Anthony.

S6, Ep8. Mike's mother and oldest sister visit for thanksgiving just as an outbreak of diphtheria hits Colorado Springs. S6, Ep9. Mike struggles to control the diphtheria outbreak and disagrees with Andrew on whether to use a new treatment.

S6, Ep Mike reluctantly takes on the role of temporary judge when Horace sues Hank for accidentally breaking his nose and sets off a flurry of suits and countersuits among the town's citizens.

Matthew, who has been studying the law, tips off Horace that he's legally entitled to have Hank pay his medical bills. Soon Dr. Mike finds herself in the middle of that case, as well as a property dispute between Dorothy and Grace and a claim by Loren that he was crippled and nearly drowned because of negligence at Preston's hotel.

Mike matches wits with a notorious Indian hater, Maj. Samuel Morrison, as she tries to mediate a peace treaty between Black Moon's braves and the cavalry, which would include a pardon for Sully and allow him to return home.

Dying of consumption, Black Cloud agrees to surrender if his braves are allowed safe passage to the reservation.

Morrison is determined to thwart the agreement and put them in prison. Mike and Sully must look toward Sgt.

McKay for support in upholding the law. After accompanying Black Moon's braves safely to the reservation, Dr.

Mike and Sully begin the trip home for Christmas but are delayed when they stop to help a hapless young married couple they find wandering in the wilderness.

The young couple, Chester and Hallie, are former city dwellers trying to find a new settlement established by their relatives, but are hopelessly lost.

Meanwhile, Daniel, who has been wandering all his life, is tempted to give up his job as sheriff to accept an offer to run a mining operation far away from Colorado Springs.

Mike is shot by a distraught man. On returning to work, she begins to become afraid that something bad will happen again and show signs of PTSD.

Colleen's new suiter has followed her all the way from Denver making Dr. Mike and Matthew suspicious of his intentions and leaving Andrew jealous.

Meanwhile, Sully and Brian escort a senator and his young son through the woods to help in their effort to add preserved land in Colorado.

Mike tries to prevent Loren from leaving Colorado Springs when she learns he secretly plans to sell his store and move away out of grief over the death of Marjorie.

Meanwhile, the town prepares for its annual "Sweethearts Dance," but melancholy seems to reign. Jake broods over how to ask Teresa to marry him, and Grace's continued drinking threatens her marriage to Robert E.

Mike befriends a young Chinese woman who is posing as a man so that she can practice medicine in the tradition-bound Chinese community.

Mike finds herself matching her medical skills against those of an elderly Cantonese herbalist when many members of a large group of Chinese passing through Colorado Springs looking for work fall victim to fever.

She becomes attached to the herbalist's young assistant, whom he introduces as his grandson but who actually turns out to be his granddaughter. Both of them, and the rest of the Chinese community, are endangered by Mike sends the children to Sully's hideout, while a deadly outbreak of diphtheria ravages Colorado Springs.

However, her visiting family refuses to leave Mom, Marjorie, Rebecca. Among the first to perish is Becky Bonner, Colleen's best friend.

Meanwhile the Quinn ladies along with Dr. Cook try everything they know to save members of the community to include those that have become near and dear to Dr.

Diphtheria strikes Marjorie, and Daniel and Preston both fall seriously ill as the epidemic overshadows every activity. Meanwhile, hidden in his cave with Brian and Katie, Sully and Mrs.

Quinn reach an understanding. Mike must learn to trust her judgements as a physician as after a tragedy, which Dr.

Mike was responsible for, she must try a risky procedure on patients very close to her family's heart.

This will cut deep in the river of blood that flows through the Quinns. Sadly, Marjorie Quinn dies with Dr. Mike and their mother by her side.

Also Jake and Teresa are drawn strangely close as they use the school house as a morgue to accommodate those ravaged by the epidemic.

Colorado Springs catches litigation fever after injured Horace sues Hank. Mike is appointed people's judge by the town council and finds herself caught in the middle in various conflicts.

Matthew, who has been studying law and reading court cases to find a way to clear Sully's name helps her to make the right decisions.

Dr Mike oversees such cases as: negligence on Hank's part in breaking Horace's nose; a land dispute between Grace and Dorothy over who owns the land that the cafe resides on when both hold legal deeds; wrongful imprisonment of Hank; and, Loren slipping and falling at Preston's hotel.

Black Moon's men have fallen ill with consumption and Dr. Mike rides out to treat them. She discovers Black Moon himself is ill. He tells him the treatment for consumption is rest and nutrition, both of which Black Moon can not provide.

He agrees to let her speak on his behalf to the army to arrange for safe passage to the Northern Cheyenne territory. Mike tries to speak to Sgt.

McKay, she learns that his superior, Major Morrison has arrived in Colorado Springs and intends to kill all the Indians.

As Black Moon's condition gets worse, he decides to surrender himself in exchange for safe passage for his men.

Mike sends for Welland Smith to negotiate. As a man who respects the land he was the one to set up Yellowstone National Park and is working for president Grant he would be respected by the Indians and the army.

When he arrives, the Major agrees to Black Moon's proposal and Dr. Mike even manages to get a full pardon for Sully.

Mike helps to hide Black Moon's sickness from the army and he turns himself in, telling the army where to find his warriors and Sully goes free.

While Sully, together with his family, finally is on the way home, Cloud Dancing overhears the Major giving orders to ambush the Indians.

McKay objects, he is arrested. While prisoner of the army he realizes Black Moon is sick and surprisingly helps him hide it from the soldiers.

Meanwhile, Could Dancing gets Sully and together with Matthew they try to persuade the Indians to take another paths instead of staying and fighting.

But Major Morrison arrives, ready to shoot all of them, including Sully and Matthew, if necessary. Luckily Welland Smith arrives just in time to intervene.

Mike managed to get him just as he was leaving town. He relieves the Major of his command an he, Sully and Dr. Mike decide to accompany the Indians to ensure their safety.

Daniel tells Black Moon his people are safe. Moments later Black Moon dies of consumption. The Army leaves Colorado Springs while the town is busy with Christmas preparations.

Meanwhile Sully and Dr. Mike have to say goodbye to Cloud Dancing and Welland Smith as they turn around to finally return home.

Sully again receives a job offer from Welland Smith to guide politicians through the wilderness so they can vote to preserve it.

He promises to think about it. On their way home they run into a young couple who are lost in the woods and offer their help, as they clearly need it.

When they make camp for the night they see a cougar and although Sully tells them he is not looking for trouble, Chester, the young man, fires off a shot, scaring their mule with all their belongings including their food, map and compass and money, into running away.

So Mike and Sully offer to take them to the settlement they're trying to reach, even though it is only 3 days til Christmas and they want to be home by then.

They find the Settlement abandoned but even though it is the night before Christmas they help the young couple to find their family.

After seeing how he taught the couple survive in the wilderness without destroying it, Mike urges Sully to take the job offered by Smith, because he could teach others.

Cloud Dancing comes back to meet Dorothy and tells her he came, because Christmas is the time to be with the ones you love.

Back in town, Daniel receives a job offer to run gold mine. Matthew tells him the town and the family don't want him to go. Hank, who is clearly unhappy with Daniel being Sheriff, sends over one of his girl to harm Daniel's reputation as an upstanding citizen.

She locks them in a cell together and as they talk, she tells him, he has a home in Colorado Springs.

The next morning, when Hank wants to show the town the two of them together in the cell, the girl quits and says Daniel is a kind man, much to Hank's disappointment.

Hank gets angry and tries to start a fight. Daniel receives a Sheriff-Sign as a Christmas present from the town, convincing him to stay.

Sully and Brian take a senator and his young son Oliver to see the land. They split up, when unsure which path is clear to take.

When Oliver sees a deer, he chases after it without thinking. When Brian finally finds him with a dislocated shoulder it is already getting late.

They build a signal fire so a worried senator and Sully can find them. When they do, the Senator wants to go back to town, but Oliver convinces him to keep going.

Mike learns, that Loren — still grieving Marjorie's death — is selling the store and leaving, she writes an anonymous letter to the editor for Dorothy who recognizes the handwriting to print.

The letter talks about telling the people what they mean to you, before it is too late. She also suggests to Brian to ask Loren to go fishing.

Loren is furious when he realizes, Dr. Mike is trying to convince him to stay. When Sully points out to her, she is only talking about what Loren means to the town and Brian but has never told him what he means to her, she does so.

The Reverend thanks Loren for his help to cope with his blindness. At the sweetheart's dance Loren tells Dr.

Mike, he is not going to sell the store and will come back from San Francisco. Inspired by Mike's letter, Andrew visits Colleen, who can not come home for the sweetheart's dance.

Jake offers to give Teresa Morales money to pay off her loan, with which she has trouble. When she says it would be improper for her to accept since she is an unmarried woman, he proposes to her, but she declines, because she will not marry Jake to settle a loan.

Later, Jake proposes again, this time telling her about his feelings and at the sweetheart's dance, she accepts. Grace's drinking is getting worse and threatens her health.

Robert E tries to talk to her, but she brushes him off. Sully tells Robert E to make her talk, and when he does, she tells him, she can not go on living like this.

Every time she looks at Robert E she thinks of the life they had with Anthony. She tells him, she is going to move out. A group of Chinese immigrants comes to Colorado Springs looking for work.

A young man Yumi Iwama comes by the clinic asking for help for his grandfather's patients who do not respond well to the traditional Eastern treatments.

But the grandfather arrives and intervenes. Mike goes to their camp to see the patients. The Chinese doctor is surprised by her open mind. At night, Hank tries to torch the Chinese camp, but Daniel stops him.

The next morning the Chinese doctor comes to the clinic with his grandson, who has caught the fever. Mike examines him, she discovers that he is in fact a woman.

Mike diagnoses malaria and gives her medicine to the Chinese doctor who has nothing to treat it. He tells her that his granddaughter must disguise herself as a man to practice medicine.

Without informing Dr. Mike, the town council has a meeting and votes to quarantine the Chinese. Mike walks her patient over to the Chinese camp where they intervene when a couple tries to bind their young daughter's feet.

Later, when the Chinese camp burns, Matthew suspects Hank, but Hank claims to have been at the saloon. Daniel talks to a friend, who has struck a gold vein, and secures work for the Chinese men.

Before the Chinese leave town, the young girl, whose feet were to be bound, gets malaria. When her parents refuse to let Dr.

Quinn treat her, because she is a woman, the Chinese doctor's grandson reveals that she is a woman. As a result, she and her grandfather become outcasts.

Her grandfather tells her her real name is Li Ying. As the Chinese leave, Dr. Mike invites Li Ying and her grandfather to stay. Colleen tells her how no one wanted to be treated by Dr.

Mike when she first arrived in town and how she refused to leave, but they came to accept her. Li Ying and her grandfather choose to leave with her people.

The engagement ring that Jake ordered arrives and he gives it to Teresa and tells the town about the engagement at a town picnic.

While everyone is congratulating the happy couple, Hank arrives with a captured Cloud Dancing and points out, he is only a free man in the Indian territory and demands he is thrown in jail.

Mike and Sully only have 2 days before they arrive. Dorothy offers to break Cloud Dancing out of prison and go with him to live in the Indian territory, but he doesn't want her to give up her friends and her life as a writer.

Mike and Sully want to get Cloud Dancing protected status so he could live as a free man in Colorado Springs, but when Teresa changes Jake's mind, the town council votes against Cloud Dancing staying and he is taken away by the army.

Mike grapples with her fear for Brian's safety when he befriends a seemingly harmless but eccentric fellow guest star Nick Tate who thinks he's a bird.

Chronologically this episode takes place after the episode "Civil Wars" but before the episode "Safe Passage. Also in one scene, the Army encampment is seen in the background next to the walking bridge.

The episode "The Homecoming" saw the Army encampment being torn down. While there are other episodes that show the Army wearing the lite blue winter coat, this is the only one that shows Army Soldiers on patrol wearing the coat as seen in the episode "Safe Passage.

Marshall Elias Burch guest star Willie Nelson asks Matthew, still a student of law, to defend him when he's accused of murder.

Matthew needs help from members of his family if he is to succeed in court and relieve his friend in need.

Robert E releases anger over his separation from Grace through his furious fists in the boxing ring, where he takes on an ailing champ Richard Roundtree who's on tour.

Colleen has just graduated from college and is at Grace's cafe celebrating with her friends and family. She opens a letter from the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania at the cafe and finds that she has been accepted and needs to be there in 3 weeks to start matriculation.

Meanwhile, Jake wants to sell his half of the Golden Nugget to help pay off Theresa's mortgage, and after getting a low offer from Hank, takes the best offer from Preston.

Andrew proposes to Colleen and she accepts. Andrew plans on quitting the practice at the hotel and moving to Pennsylvania to open his own practice while Colleen is in school.

Preston gets a letter and begins behaving strangely — closes the bank during business hours, and not reacting to Andrew's quitting the practice at the hotel.

When he sells Hank the share of the saloon he just bought from Jake and calls in Dorothy's loan for the Gazette, we learn that he is trying to liquidate his assets.

Michaela asks Colleen if she will wear her wedding dress and Colleen asks Michaela to be her Matron of Honor as well as Sully to walk her down the aisle instead of her biological father.

Andrew asks Matthew to be his best man. Horace receives the Denver paper which reports the stock market crash.

Hordes of townsfolk gather outside the bank demanding their money while Preston is cooped up inside.

It turns out that Preston has invested the money in the bank in stocks and therefore does not have the money to give to return to the bank clientele.

Michaela is becoming finicky about the wedding details and Colleen asks her if she disapproves of the marriage much like her own mother disapproved of her marriage to Sully.

Michaela reveals that she's worried that Colleen isn't marrying Andrew out of fear of being alone in Pennsylvania and also that she might not finish medical school.

When Colleen talks with Andrew, he says that he understands what Dr. Mike is saying and that if they wait, he knows that he will still love her when she finishes school in 2 years.

Preston puts his health spa and hotel up for sale. Due to the financial crisis, Dorothy asks Loren to return printing supplies she just ordered, and Brian also asks him to return a silver picture frame he ordered for Colleen's wedding.

Mike has been thinking a lot about what can happen in 2 years' time and talks with Colleen saying that she was wrong to put her own happiness before Colleen's and they decide that Colleen should get married immediately.

Sully brings word to Preston that a Senator Dinston, who has been looking to build a health spa, is interested in buying the hotel.

Preston accepts the offer. Colleen and Andrew get married. At the party, everyone is dancing. Loren gives Brian the picture frame to give to Colleen.

Jake shows Theresa the drawing of the house he wants to build them. Grace reveals to Robert E. Loren offers Dorothy a business proposition — using his store as collateral, he took out a loan from a bank in Denver to buy the gazette.

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Arc: Charlotte Cooper, part 1 of 2. Mike works tirelessly to control the resulting epidemic and save the town's inhabitants, although many are hostile to her modern methods.

The epidemic isolates the town after the stagecoach stops bringing food, supplies, and medicine. Mike uses Charlotte's former boarding house as a clinic to care for the stricken, and Colleen decides she want to become a doctor after watching her.

Mike eventually runs out of quinine to treat all of the flu victims and falls ill herself. Sully enlists the aid of Cheyenne medicine man Cloud Dancing to help save her.

After her fever breaks, Sully gently kisses Dr. Mike on the forehead when they are alone as she lays sleeping in the clinic.

Victoria Hochberg. Mike had gotten during the recent influenza outbreak. Quinn takes an instant dislike to Dr. The bank forecloses on Dr.

Robert E and Hank Lawson both require Dr. Mike's services. As she is leaving on the train, Mrs. Quinn gives Dr. Mike the rest of the money she needs for her clinic and asks Brian to call her Grandma.

Arc: Kid Cole, part 1 of 4. Arc: Brian saves an animal, part 1 of 6. Loren discovers he holds the deed for the property Sully built the homestead on that Dr.

Mike and the Cooper children are living in. Sully assumed he inherited the property from his deceased wife, Abagail, Loren's daughter.

Colleen feels rejected by her friends when they ignore her. After consulting Jake for treatment of a hernia, Loren asks Dr. Mike for advice.

She tells him he needs an operation to repair it or risk fatal complications. He refuses to listen and gets angry, telling both Dr.

Mike and Sully to stay off the homestead property. Sully gets angry when Dr. Mike says it is time for him to finally put Abagail to rest.

Loren gets drunk, attempts to fight with Sully, and falls unconscious. Mike performs surgery on Loren with help from Sully and Colleen, whose image in the eyes of her friends is subsequently enhanced.

Hank takes bets from the townspeople on Loren's survival, and Horace provides a play-by-play while peeking through the clinic window.

When Loren wakes up, he is weak and Dr. Mike decides he needs a blood transfusion. Sully volunteers and Loren recovers. Loren later admits to Sully he came to realize that his plans for Abagail were not her plans but was too proud to ever tell her.

He gives Sully the deed for the homestead property. Sully visits the homestead to tell Dr. Mike and the Cooper children who are packing up to leave.

Mike asks him what he would like to do with a chest that belonged to Abagail which he left there. He stares at their wedding picture which was in the chest and finally tells Dr.

Mike to give everything to Loren. Mike asks him to stay for dinner saying they have a lot to celebrate. Arc: Ethan Cooper, part 1 of 5.

Several townspeople come down with mercury poisoning , and Dr. Mike suspects the local water supply has been contaminated by a mining company.

When the mining operator refuses to let Dr. Mike run mercury tests on his property, she forces a reluctant Sully to guide her to the high mountain stream which may be the source of the problem.

The trek is difficult for her but she ultimately earns Sully's respect and gratitude after saving his life despite a broken wrist. Just as they confirm the water is polluted, they are captured by the miner's men.

In the end, Dr. Mike saves the day by curing the mine owner's son, who has fallen victim to the poisoned water, and convincing the owner to close the mine.

Richard Heffron. Toni Perling. Doc Eli Jackson Robert Culp , a Civil War surgeon turned medicine-show huckster, arrives in town with his Kickapoo Indian act and cure-all bottled elixir.

Mike calls his bluff and says he is exploiting and hurting people not helping them. Mike says she has a tumor on her ovary and needs surgery.

Horace asks Myra to marry him and she says yes. Hank and Horace trade blows. With Doc Eli's assistance, Dr. Mike operates on Myra. Josef Anderson.

Mike takes in Red McCall John Schneider , a down-and-out cowboy, and his ailing "half-breed" infant boy. McCall leaves the baby with Dr.

Mike, robs Loren's store, and flees. Emily gives advice to Dr. Mike about the baby, who tries to find a home for him, but potential parents prove unwilling or unsuitable.

When she travels to a remote cabin to check on the health of Luke Silver as a favor to the Reverend, she finds him badly mangled from a bear attack.

The next morning Dr. Mike finds her patient dead, she buries him. While she is finishing the grave, a brown bear turns up and her horse is frightened off.

She's trapped in the cabin. Meanwhile Sully and Wolf go searching for Dr. Sully arrives at Luke Silver's farm, and Dr. Mike warns him of the approaching bear.

They both take refuge together in the barn. They both escape after Sully traps the bear in the barn. Colleen and Brian decide to take the baby to Jake.

Later, Chief Black Kettle refuses to take the child because he can't feed his own children. He advises Dr. Mike she can raise the child better.

Mike decides she'd rather raise the child herself than turn him over to an orphanage. Sully has a talk with McCall. McCall asks for the baby back and decides to call him Mike.

Cloud Dancing teaches Dr. Mike about the medicinal value of local plants. Mike discovers that the railroad has hired hunters to clear buffalo herds and Indians out of a proposed railroad path.

Sully offers to speak to the buffalo hunters, but ends up badly beaten and partially paralyzed after a run-in with them. Cloud Dancing brings Sully to Dr.

Mike and they fight to help Sully regain the use of his legs. Thaddeus Birch passes himself off as the railroad's advance man and swindles the townsfolk out of the deeds to their properties.

As Sully recovers, Dr. Mike unmasks the con man's plan and saves the town. She tries to stop Sully from fighting Rankin, the leader of the buffalo hunters, and goes to the Cheyenne.

Mike she is the only one he will listen to. When Sully confronts the buffalo hunters, a mystical white buffalo Running Ghost appears to avenge the animals' deaths.

Sully fights Rankin and tells him to leave. After ambushing Black Kettle's camp, General Custer enters the town with wounded soldiers and Indian prisoners, including Cloud Dancing, whom Custer threatens to kill if Dr.

Mike doesn't treat his men first. Custer then threatens to execute Cloud Dancing if he doesn't give him the information he wants in two days.

Cloud Dancing is later badly beaten and suffers a dislocated arm which Dr. Mike treats. She goes to Reverend Johnson, but he refuses to speak to Custer.

After Custer hauls Cloud Dancing before a firing squad that fires blanks, Dr. Mike and Sully engineer Cloud Dancing's escape.

Meanwhile, Miss Olive organizes a hurdy-gurdy dance, recruiting girls from the immigrant camp and a reluctant Loren, Horace, and Jake for the band.

Matthew, who has a crush on an immigrant girl named Ingrid, sees this as his chance to express his feelings toward her when tickets are offered to dance with the girls.

Matthew buys all of Ingrid's dance tickets, but Ingrid cries when it appears no one wants to dance with her. She overjoyed to learn Matthew wanted her all to himself.

He then shyly confesses to Ingrid that he doesn't know how to dance. After Mrs. Quinn sends her daughter some items from her hope chest in honor of her 35th birthday, Dr.

Mike has a tearful breakdown and admits she feels lonely. The Cooper children plan a surprise party for her and conspire to find her a proper suitor to help ease her loneliness.

A patient of Dr. Mike's dies of septicaemia after getting a shave from Jake, and she accuses him of infecting the man with a dirty razor.

Feeling guilty and responsible, Jake goes on a drinking binge. Mike tries to help him but he refuses. Finally she realizes that Jake must be the one to want to stop drinking.

Meanwhile Dr. Mike thinks the townspeople are talking about her being an old maid. She and the Reverend share a buggy ride.

Hank spends some time with Dr. Mike but they argue. Horace tells Dr. Mike there is an emergency but the townspeople surprise her with a birthday party.

Sully and Michaela share their first kiss. After Dr. Mike catches Matthew and Ingrid kissing in the barn, Ingrid has an asthma attack. Michaela worries that Matthew might do something he'll regret and they are at odds over his future.

Matthew sets out to prove to others and himself that he is a grown man ready to take on life. Mike coming out of the saloon from seeing Myra.

He says he wants to marry Ingrid but Dr. Matthew storms off, frustrated by her over-protectiveness and his desire for independence.

After talking with Sully, Matthew undertakes a "vision quest," a Cheyenne ceremony in which a man searches for direction. Sully reminds Dr.

Mike that she became a doctor and came out to Colorado Springs despite her mother's disapproval. Matthew decides he is going to save money and build a house before marrying Ingrid.

Mike gives him the engagement ring her fiancee, a doctor who died in the Civil War, gave her. After reading romance stories with her friend, Colleen develops a teenage crush on Sully after he pulls her out of the path of a runaway wagon.

Hank stirs up racial hatred against Grace, and Grace is angry that Robert E. Imagining herself as a damsel in distress and Sully as her knight in shining armor, Colleen purposely sets out to get lost in an abandoned mine and leaves a letter for Sully, hoping he will rescue her.

A tree falls on the mine and a freak cold snap blows in and she almost freezes to death before Wolf, Sully and Dr.

Mike find her. Meanwhile, racial tensions in town reach a boiling point when Hank accuses Grace of food poisoning and Robert E.

The accusation is later proven false when Dr. Mike discovers Hank has been eating meat infected with trichinosis. Mike tells Hank he should apologize to Grace.

Colleen is devastated when Dr. Mike tries to tell her Sully doesn't love her romantically, but only as a friend. She weeps as she realizes that she can't love Sully the way she wants.

Hank turns up at Grace's cafe and she makes him ask properly before she serves him, although he stops short of an apology.

Colleen starts a friendship with Lewis. When Brian and Sully are out hiking, Brian climbs a tree and jumps out to show him he could fly like the eagle in Sully's story.

Brian lands hard, hitting his head. Mike, angry with Sully for not watching Brian more carefully, is relieved to find no signs of injury.

Later, the townsfolk argue over who will build the new schoolhouse and Matthew wants Robert E. Jake and Loren are tapped for the job, and Robert E.

Brian begins to exhibit symptoms of brain compression, which starts off by blurred vision and quickly escalates to blindness and later, a coma.

Mike wants to treat him, but Sully tells her to let him go. Mike tells the townspeople Brian has a subdural hemorrhage.

She asks Horace to send a telegram to Boston General Hospital to seek a neurology specialist for advice.

When Sully arrives after being away praying to the spirits for forgiveness, Dr. Mike is furious with Sully and they argue.

The Reverend has to step in and stop them. Quinn, Medicine Woman — The fifth daughter of a wealthy Boston physician, Michaela Quinn defies the conventions of post-Civil War society by following in her father's footsteps.

After his death, 'Dr. Mike' leaves Boston and moves to the frontier town of Colorado Springs, where she finds the citizens less than thrilled by the concept of a woman doctor.

While she struggles to earn their trust, Mike's life is complicated by a growing relationship with mountain man Byron Sully, and the unexpected responsibility of raising three orphaned children.

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