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Tex but no Hex
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Original Airdate:

November 17, 1987

Episode

Production number 48 of 65

Episode

Airdate number 44 of 65

Previous Episode:

Call of the Wild

Next Episode:

Space Zoo

Episode Information and Background[]

  • Original airdate: November 17, 1987
  • Writer: Robert Lamb
  • Director: Marsh Lamore
  • Production number: 48
  • Airdate number: 44

Plot[]

Moral[]

J.B.:

"You know, this was a great day. At long last, Tex was brought to justice for his crimes even if it was only for a little while."

BraveStarr:

"People like Tex get away with something, then they think they can get away with everything."

J.B.:

"They're wrong. All they're doing is getting things worse for themselves."

BraveStarr:

"That's right, J.B.. The prisons are filled with people who thought they were to smart to be caught. Well, they weren't. Being smart means obeying the law, not breaking it. So long, pards!"

Story Notes[]

Spirit Powers[]

Episode Breakdown[]

Law Protectors[]

Outlaws[]

Settlers[]

  • Molly - was ambushed by Tex Hex and his gang at the aptly named Ambush Canyon.
  • Borka - Part of the crowd that bore witness to the shootout between BraveStarr and Tex Hex in Fort Kerium. He was the first to mention aloud that Tex had lost his powers. He was part of the audience at the trial.
  • Fred (none speaking role) - Part of the crowd that bore witness to the shootout between BraveStarr and Tex Hex in Fort Kerium and the revelation that Tex had lost his powers. Later, he was in the audience during the trial of Tex Hex.
  • Zeke (none speaking role) - Part of the crowd that bore witness to the shootout between BraveStarr and Tex Hex in Fort Kerium and the revelation that Tex had lost his powers. Later, he was in the audience during the trial of Tex Hex.
  • Iron Arm - Part of the crowd that bore witness to the shootout between BraveStarr and Tex Hex in Fort Kerium and the revelation that Tex had lost his powers. He was chosen to be the fourth juror during the trial.
  • Togg Salter - He was chosen to be the fifth juror during the trial of Tex Hex. He was surprised at the list of crimes that BraveStarr presented at the start of the case.
  • Miss Jenny - was a member of the jury during the trial of Tex Hex.
  • Lucas Conway - was a member of the jury during the trial of Tex Hex.
  • Diamondback (none speaking role) - was in the audience during the trial of Tex Hex.
  • Billy-Bob - was in the audience during the trial of Tex Hex and was called as the first witness.
  • Roarke - Rourke speeds through Fort Kerium on a Turbo-Mule in the opening scene and was in the audience at the trial and was called to be the second witness.
  • Marris Woo - was in the audience during the trial of Tex Hex and was called to be the fourth witness.
  • Ben Woo (mentioned only) - mentioned by name by Marris Woo during the trial of Tex Hex.

Others[]

  • Wuzzella - was in the audience during the trial of Tex Hex and was called to be the third witness.
  • Shaman (mentioned only) - Mentioned by Marris Woo during the trial.

Locations[]

Equipment[]

Weapons[]

Vehicles[]

  • Turbo-Mule
  • Stratostage
  • Skull Walker - Tex's Skull Walker got crushed between the closing fortified door of Fort Kerium. Tex Hex lamented that he lost more Walkers than he could count.
  • Skuzz Bucket

Species[]

Minerals[]

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