On the way into town, Brit finds a man who has been shot, and applies what little medical help that he can. They manage to get to a lone cabin nearby. The resident is Jenny, a tall, large, homeley woman. Though Brit wants to report the incident, and get help, Jenny prefers the news be kept quiet. Why?
She finds true love, but her injured man that she has fallen for is a wanted outlaw. Brit leaves, and on his way finds the sheriff. It doesn’t take him much to figure out who the sheriff is looking for. Out of curiosity, and in his own way to keep things under moderation, Brit offers to tag along.
The audio skips a little at the break where a commercial might be, and returns to Brit talking with posse members about how homely Jenny is, and the expected gossip about her. We learn more about her history, and back story.
The posse approaches the house and are greeted with gunshots. With his typical level head, Brit stalls the outright assault on the cabin, afraid of the body count that may come of it. Brit sneaks around, manages to enter the cabin, and tries to talk sense to Jenny. Though he is bad, and mortally wounded, she has fallen for the first man who has shown her a kindness, and is prepared to defend her man to the end. Will it come to that?
Can Brit bring about a diplomatic end? Though justice is done, as it often is in radio shows, the sheriff doesn’t quite understand Jenny’s emotions, and nobody quite understands the changes that shows in her life after her ordeal. Well… nobody but Brit, and you, the listener.