Audio is good, but has a wierd skipping affect as the show progresses. Neal is almost 18, and thinks he’s ready to strike out on his own. The trouble is that he wants to leave the security of the family homestead, to hang out with a couple of known crooks. Rusty and his pal plan a crime, and leave Neal holding the bag.
As Neal rides off, Lone Ranger appears on the scene with some advice for the worried father. Rather than setting out to keep Neal from harm, Lone Ranger plans to let the youth have a brush with danger, but control the situation to save Neal from going too far.
Can Neal’s dad apply some reverse psychology on Neal?
The crime goes down, and it appears that Neal will fall into the trap. Will this crucial moment affect his entire life to come? What does Neal think of his dad abandoning the homestead to ride with his son?
Get ready for lots of action, and fight scenes as the Lone Ranger handles the issue, and saves the day.