Chester has news for Matt as he meets him on the street. It’s just plumb crazy talk. A bureaucrat from back East is to arrive in Dodge, and is to be Matt’s direct supervisor in his marshalling duties. what will the fancy dude know about running the law in a wild western town? Matt reminds Chester that just like when they were in the Army, they have to follow orders.
Mr Proctor isn’t happy at all in the track record of criminal activity in Dodge. Mat is a little too laid bac as Mr Proctor prods him to clean up the town. Should he go along with the new policy and force the citezens to turn over their guns? wwill it stop the violence, or just stir up more trouble? Enforcing the law is soon put to a practical test.
Democracy works in a wierd way when Matt faces losing his job, and Proctor faces getting tarred and feathered. Has an understanding been reached? Listen and learn.