The Last Trophy - Bonanza S1|27

Lord and Lady Dunsford arrive at the Ponderosa to visit their old friend Ben. Adam finds himself the object of Lady Dunsford's attentions when she deems him to be a braver man than her husband. Adam then takes the couple on a hunting trip, where Lord Dunsford freezes while attempting to shoot a cougar. The hunting party is then captured by a band of renegades and Lady Dunsford begins to wonder if her husband will ever be the man he used to be. Ben is excited to be getting a visit from his old friend, Lord Marion Dunsford and his wife, the Lady Beatrice. Immediately upon arrival, the British blue-bloods are harassed by a bully by the name of Belcher. While Lady Beatrice watches, her husband is pushed around. Finally, Adam shows up and intervenes, driving Belcher away. Dinner that night is full of reminiscing about old time hunts between Ben and Marion, spurred along by Beatrice. She is pressing her husband to talk about the old glory days, although it is evident he'd rather not. Beatrice also makes eyes at Adam, and after dinner kisses him on the lips, even as her husband and Ben are approaching. When Marion calls her on it later in their bedroom, Beatrice asks him why he didn't bother even to stop Adam from kissing her. He has no reply. More on https://bonanza.fandom.com/wiki/The_Last_Trophy

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