The next morning, gunshots wake up Captain McNelly. He grabs his gun and runs outside to see his Rangers, his men, his motley crew, shooting innocent tubers again. He asks Frank Bone what's going on, and he responds, "Training exercises." Who organized it? Well, Dawson did, of course! He's the leader of the pack. Dylan smiles. Then Dawson ropes something with his lasso. Kelso shoots a squash and says, "Peppercorn."
Dylan recruits new Rangers. There are more training exercises for the benefit of the newbies. This time, Dawson oversees the exercises with the wisdom of man who has been on the job.
Ranger Camp. Robert Patrick comes upon Conchita washing her legs in a tent. He's taken aback. He watches, transfixed, and then calls out, "Senorita?" She answers, and he enters. He hands her some clothes from Mrs. Dukes. Blah she's safe, blah no more bandits, blah Rangers, blah blowhard blah. They bond over the frocks. Armstrong asks her who the men were that hurt her. He vows to get them. She says that she overheard them say they were going to the Logan Ranch. She looks away from Robert Patrick. And then he kisses her hand. Ah, a confidante. Ah, a villain in disguise. He's so gullible, that Robert Patrick, from getting in trouble over gambling to spending too much time with Moronica -- he sure gets in over his head more often than not.
The Rangers are off to Logan Ranch!
Kelso and Caroline share a tender moment. Dawson arrives just as George makes an ass of himself blathering on about how many men he killed in Palo Alto. Caroline wears a dress with a puff at the backside. It's almost as if she's got a tail. Sigh. George "Dude, Where's My Cattle?" Durham looks confused when Caroline tells him to save the tall tales for the dime store. He calms down and tells her that the horse he was looking at would make a good ranch horse. She smiles and tells him he'd make a good ranch hand. Dawson tries to make George look bad, but Caroline's heart sees only the buffoon. Poor Dawson; he leaves the Creek and he still can't get the girl.
Dylan gives instructions to Richard Dukes. The Rangers will ride through the night to get to the Logan Ranch. He wants Richard to send them a telegram to ensure that they get out safely. He saddles up, and then he sees Armstrong ride up with Conchita by his side. Dylan looks a little uneasy about a woman among their ranks. Armstrong says, "I made the lady a promise." Pause. That's enough of an explanation for Dylan. If the Rangers have anything, they have their word.