The Ape - Bonanza S2|46

Hoss mentors a lonely, mentally challenged man who, with superhuman size and strength, becomes extremely dangerous when angered. These efforts are undermined by a saloon girl who only wants this giant man-child to manipulate him. In one of the local bars in Virginia City, one of the bar girls tells what looks to be her beau that she is homesick. He gets annoyed and tells her to stop crying and that Memphis, Tennessee is a very long walk home. Joe and Adam come into the bar and one of the bar's workers tells Sherry, the barmaid to go and look after the Cartwrights. Sherry comes over to the Cartwrights and Joe promptly asks if she would like to have a drink with them. She says she would like to and Joe gives her a dollar for the beers. She says she wants to play blackjack, so they can have some champagne, but Joe just wants his dollar back so Sherry and Joe play a game of chase. And she accidentally falls and is caught by a large man that won't unhand her. She finally escapes, and tells him he is the ugliest man she's ever seen. The man walks up to Joe and asks him if he has anything to say to him. Joe says he doesn't and sits down. Sherry decides to see if the large man will buy her a drink, but he does not seem to care for her attention. She calls him stupid, and she leaves. Joe apologizes for Sherry, but the large man gets angry and hits Joe. A fight starts and when Hoss gets to the bar it seems he is the only one who can fight the large man. The fight goes on for an hour and fifteen minutes and the two decide that to stop fighting because they don't know why they were fighting in the first place. Sherry helps the man, named Arnie, get cleaned up and Sherry continues to flirt with Arnie. Adam and Joe decide to leave since they have already wasted enough time. Source: https://bonanza.fandom.com/wiki/The_Ape

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