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Season 2 Commentary
The Young Riders

The Young Riders
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List of Season 2 Episodes with Comments
2.21 and 2.22 The Exchange (Parts 1 and 2)

Frequently, after watching a TYR episode, I feel compelled to write my comments on it. For a while, I've been posting said comments at the Writers' Ranch message board, but I've decided to archive them here as well. (Why not let them do double-duty as content for my own website, right? ;)


2.21 and 2.22 The Exchange (Parts 1 and 2)

FYI: Hulu.com is showing this as a single episode. Just in case you're nitpicky and can't sleep at night for wondering where exactly episode 21 ends and episode 22 begins, I offer the following: according to my tape of the original airing - which includes commercials - the 2nd hour starts with Teaspoon, Kid, and Cody walking back to find their captive has been shot; the first line of episode 22 is "You alright, Cody?" This timing/episode break lines up with the timing at hulu, where the scene prior to the one mentioned above is approximately 47minutes in, and ends with Cody (I think) asking "What are we gonna do now, Teaspoon?"

And as a side note, about 32 mins into the episode at hulu: Buck is GORGEOUS. And Cody is gorgeous at the the end of the first part. (Truth be known, everyone looks great in just about every scene of this ep...)

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