Gunsmoke: Tobin shoots a guy that owes him money from a poker game. Elmo Sippy comes by but doesn't help. Elmo gets in a poker game with Tobin. Elmo owes Tobin $25 on the last pot. Elmo steals exactly $25 from Wib's cash drawer. Wib tells Matt he thinks Elmo took $25. Elmo robs a nester of $20, and warns him not to say anything. Elmo buys Emmett Calhoun a drink at the Smoky Hill Saloon in Elkader. The hotel clerk wants $2 extra for Emmett staying in Elmo's room. Elmo says there was a rat in it. The clerk goes to look. Elmo steals $10 from the desk. Matt asks the nester if he's seen Elmo. He says he ain't seen nobody. Elmo offers $50 for a horse. He pays for it with the butt of his gun killing Joe Parks the livery owner. The clerk says two strangers stayed at the hotel last night. The barkeep heard Elmo say he was going to the Smoky Hill River. Elmo shoots Hank Barr and gets $3 and a watch. Calhoun says he quits. Hank's not dead yet and kills Calhoun. Matt stops at the Salt Lick relay station and asks Vern if he's seen Elmo. Matt leaves. Elmo shoots Vern and Jim, the stage driver, and takes the money from the tresasure box. A guy tells Matt what happened at Salt Lick. Elmo's playing poker in the Long Branch with Tobin. Elmo owes Tobin $60, he gives him one hour to get it. Elmo tries but says he'll get the money tommorrow. They shoot eah other. Matt asks Elmo about his crime wave. He dies. Matt tells Doc if Elmo would get up he couldn't hold him for anything.
|Air Date:||October 26, 1963|
|Actors:||Amanda Blake James Arness Ken Curtis Milburn Stone|
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