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S2

Season 2 aired from 25 September 1993 to 21 May 1994.

Takes place from 1868-1869.


Disc OneEdit

  1. The Race - aired 25 Sep 1993
  2. Sanctuary - aired 2 Oct 1993
  3. Halloween - aired 30 Oct 1993
  4. The Incident - aired 6 No 1993

Disc TwoEdit

  1. Saving Souls - aired 13 Nov 1993
  2. Where the Heart Is - aired 20 Nov 1003 (special, extended episode)
  3. Giving Thanks - aired 27 Nov 1993

Disc ThreeEdit

  1. Best Friends - aired 4 Dec 1993
  2. Sully's Choice - aired 11 Dec 1993
  3. Mike's Dream: A Christmas Tale - aired 18 Dec 1993
  4. Crossing the Line - aired 1 Jan 1994

Disc FourEdit

  1. The Offering - aired 8 Jan 1994
  2. The Circus - aired 15 Jan 1994
  3. Another Woman - aired 22 Jan 1994
  4. Orphan Train - aired 29 Jan 1994

Disc FiveEdit

  1. Buffalo Soldiers - aired 3 Feb 1994
  2. Luck of the Draw - aired 5 Mar 1994
  3. Life and Death - aired 12 Mar 1994
  4. The First Circle - aired 26 Mar 1994

Disc SixEdit

  1. Just One Lullaby - aired 9 Apr 1994
  2. The Abduction - aired 30 Apr 1994 (special, extended episode)
  3. The Campaign - aired 7 Mar 1994

Disc SevenEdit

  1. The Man in the Moon - aired 14 May 1994
  2. Return Engagement - 21 May 1994 (Special, extended episode)

Episode SummariesEdit



The RaceEdit

# 2x01 Title: The Race Original Airdate: 25 Sep 1993 Written by: Sara Davidson Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 1
Plot: When a horserace is taking place in town, Dr. Mike wants to participate with her new horse but is not allowed to because she is a woman.
Guest stars: Jerry Hardin as Dr. Cassidy, Tantoo Cardinal as Snow Bird, Blake Gibbons as Drew


SanctuaryEdit

# 2x02 Title: Sanctuary Original Airdate: 2 Oct 1993 Written by: Josef Anderson Directed by: Daniel Attias Disc: 1
Plot: Loren's sister-in-law Dorothy leaves her abusive husband. When her husband ends up dead, she is about to be tried for murder.
Guest stars: Tantoo Cardinal as Snow Bird, Wayne Grace as Marcus Jennings


HalloweenEdit

# 2x03 Title: Halloween Original Airdate: 30 Oct 1993 Written by: Toni Graphia Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 1
Plot: The ghost of Abagail Sully haunts Dr. Mike and tells her to leave the house that Sully built for her.
Guest stars: Megan Gallivan as Abagail Sully, David Tom as Lewis Bing, Tom Poston as Mysterious 'Dead Man', Andrea Bakkum as Alice, Melissa Flores as Missy


The IncidentEdit

# 2x04 Title: The Incident Original Airdate: 6 Nov 1993 Written by: Sara Davidson Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 1
Plot: Jake accidentally kills an Indian while hunting for deer. When he doesn't want to admit the truth, he is kidnapped by the Indians.
Guest stars: Nick Ramus as Black Kettle, Pato Hoffmann as Franklin, Eric Balfour as Charles


Saving SoulsEdit

# 2x05 Title: Saving Souls Original Airdate: 13 Nov 1993 Written by: Toni Perling Directed by: James Keach Disc: 2
Plot: Sister Ruth, a faith-healer, comes to town and convinces people to toss away their medicine. Robert E. and Grace want to marry but the Reverend is reluctant of marrying them in his church because he is afraid of what people might think.
Guest stars: Johnny Cash as Kid Cole, June Carter Cash as Sister Ruth, Jennifer Youngs as Ingrid, Robert Keith as Ned Benjamin, Heath Kizzier as Joe Benjamin


Where the Heart IsEdit

{{Episodebox |number = 2x06 |title = Where the Heart Is |airdate = 20 Nov 1993 |writer = Beth Sullivan |director = Chuck Bowman |disc = 2 |plot = When Dr. Mike's mother is sick, she takes the children to Boston to visit her. After a while she seems to have forgotten Sully and her life in Colorado. |guests = Edward Albert as Dr. William Burke, Georgann Johnson as Elizabeth Quinn, Alley Mills as Marjorie Quinn, Elinor Donahue as Rebecca Quinn, Richard Herd as Dr. John Hansen, Anne Lockhart as Maureen, Nancy Youngblut as Claudette, Jennifer Youngs as Ingrid, Pamela Kosh as Martha, David St. James as Harrison, Kathleen Tipton as Fiona, Ann Gibbs as Mrs. Gerrity


Giving ThanksEdit

# 2x07 Title: Giving Thanks Original Airdate: 27 Nov 1993 Written by: Toni Perling Directed by: Michele Lee Disc: 2
Plot: Thanksgiving is coming up but because of a drought, nobody has anything to offer for the town festival. The Indians want to help them, but the townsfolk refuse their offer of fruits.
Guest stars:


Best FriendsEdit

# 2x08 Title: Best Friends Original Airdate: 4 Dec 1993 Written by: Sara Davidson Directed by: James Keach Disc: 3
Plot: The town's Sweetheart Dance is coming up, Colleen has a falling-out with her best friend over a boy, and Dr. Mike is jealous when she sees Sully with Dorothy.
Guest stars: Thomas Ian Nicholas as Richard, Haylie Johnson as Becky Houser, Andrea Bakkum as Alice, Melissa Flores as Missy


Sully's ChoiceEdit

# 2x09 Title: Sully's Choice Original Airdate: 11 Dec 1993 Written by: Josef Anderson, Sara Davidson, Toni Graphia, Toni Perling Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 3
Plot: When Dr. Mike is out of town and Sully is shot by the cavalry, Colleen and Jake have to try to save him.
Guest stars:


Mike's Dream: A Christmas TaleEdit

# 2x10 Title: Dr. Mike's Dream: A Christmas Tale Original Airdate: 18 Dec 1993 Written by: Josef Anderson Directed by: James Keach Disc: 3
Plot: On Christmas Eve Charlotte's ghost shows Dr. Mike her past, present and future.
Guest stars: Diane Ladd as Charlotte Cooper, John Clarke as Joseph Quinn, Pamela Kosh as Martha, Sarah Kim Heinberg as Margaret, David Pearce Roberts as Caleb, Jeff Weatherford as Dr. Hancock, Ron Melendez as Adult Brian, Elyse Donalson as Mrs. Marley


Crossing the LineEdit

# 2x11 Title: Crossing the Line Original Airdate: 1 Jan 1994 Written by: Josef Anderson Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 3
Plot: Matthew becomes a scab miner and is trapped in a cave-in.
Guest stars: Peter Jason as Travis Stone, Jennifer Youngs as Ingrid, Rodney Saulsberry as Conrad, Christopher Keene Kelly as Jon


The OfferingEdit

# 2x12 Title: The Offering Original Airdate: 8 Jan 1994 Written by: Toni Perling Directed by: James Keach Disc: 4
Plot:
Guest stars: John Reger as Colonel William Egan, Jennifer Youngs as Ingrid, Nick Ramus as Black Kettle, Tantoo Cardinal as Snow Bird, Zahn McClarnon as Walks on Cloud, Brien Varady as Henderson, John Glen Bishop as Shanoski


The CircusEdit

# 2x13 Title: The Circus Original Airdate: 15 Jan 1994 Written by: Jeanne C. Davis Directed by: Lorraine Senna Ferrara Disc: 4
Plot:
Guest stars: Fionnula Flanagan as Heart, Lisa Rieffel as Atlantis, Jennifer Youngs as Ingrid


Another WomanEdit

# 2x14 Title: Another Woman Original Airdate: 22 Jan 1994 Written by: Toni Graphia Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 4
Plot: Catherine, a white woman who was raised by Indians, is brought to Colorado Springs when her tribe is wiped out by soldiers. Problems arise, when Brian watches her kissing Sully.
Guest stars: Sheryl Lee as Catherine


Orphan TrainEdit

# 2x15 Title: Orphan Train Original Airdate: 29 Jan 1994 Written by: Toni Graphia Directed by: Jerome R. London Disc: 4
Plot: A group of orphans arrives in the town but no one wants to take them in, so Dr. Mike lets them stay at her house. The reverend makes her a marriage proposal in order to give the orphans a proper home.
Guest stars: Tara Subkoff as Jennifer, Aaron Michael Metchik as Nick, Thomas Leon Chaney as Josh


Buffalo SoldiersEdit

# 2x16 Title: Buffalo Soldiers Original Airdate: 5 Feb 1994 Written by: Kevin Arkadie Directed by: James Keach Disc: 5
Plot:
Guest stars: Dorian Harewood as Sgt. Zachary Carver, Spencer Garrett as Captain Arthur Tyrrell, Nick Ramus as Black Kettle, Melissa Flores as Missy, Keith Cameron as Winslow, Sabrina Wiener as Little Feather


Luck of the DrawEdit

# 2x17 Title: Luck of the Draw Original Airdate: 5 Mar 1994 Written by: Kathryn Ford Directed by: Jerome R. London Disc: 5
Plot: Matthew starts gambling and Ingrid breaks off their engagement, when he is not keeping his promises.
Guest stars: Craig Wasson as Julius Hoffman, Jennifer Youngs as Ingrid


Life and DeathEdit

# 2x18 Title: Life and Death Original Airdate: 12 Mar 1994 Written by: Toni Perling Directed by: Harry Harris Disc: 5
Plot: Dorothy's son Tom comes home from war and is treated by Dr. Mike, who gives hom morphine for the pain, unaware that he is addicted to it. When Tom wants more morphine, he breaks into Mike's house and threatens Colleen, which forces Mike to shoot him in the leg. This strains the friendship of Mike and Dorothy.
Guest stars: Matthew Letscher as Tom Jennings, Andrea Bakkum as Alice, Melissa Flores as Missy


The First CircleEdit

# 2x19 Title: The First Circle Original Airdate: 26 Mar 1994 Written by: Toni Graphia Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 5
Plot: Robert E. buys a house at an auction but when the auctioneer, Jedediah Bancroft, realizes he is black, he tries to find a way to prevent Robert E. from moving in. He invites the town's men to a new men's club which turns out to be a Ku Klux Klan meeting. The men start terrorising Robert E. and Grace. It is getting to the point where they kidnap Robert E. and try to hang him.
Guest stars: George Furth as Jedediah Bancroft


Just One LullabyEdit

# 2x20 Title: Just One Lullaby Original Airdate: 9 Apr 1994 Written by: Nancy Bond Directed by: Chuck Bowman Disc: 6
Plot: The reverend hires a new school teacher, who seems to be doing a great job. However, Michaela becomes suspicious when students start coming home from school with unusual injuries.
Guest stars: Sherry Hursey as Louise Chambers, Ross Malinger as Steven Myers, Pato Hoffmann as Franklin, Eric Balfour as Charles, Haylie Johnson as Becky Houser, Christopher Masterson as Lewis Bing, Andrea Bakkum as Alice


The AbductionEdit

# 2x21 Title: The Abduction Original Airdate: 30 Apr 1994 Written by: Josef Anderson Directed by: Jerome R. London Disc: 6
Plot: Dr. Mike is kidnapped by Dog Soldiers and Sully tries to find her.
Guest stars: Zahn McClarnon as Walks on Cloud, Jeff O'Haco as One Eye, Jules Desjarlais as Old Knife



The CampaignEdit

# 2x22 Title: The Campaign Original Airdate: 7 May 1994 Written by: Joanne Parrent Directed by: Victor Lobl Disc: 6
Plot: The town wants to elect a mayor. The men are outraged when Horace nominates Michaela but since there is no law against women running for office, there is nothing they can do against it. Sully does not support Michaela's decision to run for office because he thinks politics is dirty business.
Guest stars: Kaye Kittrell as Rachel, Steve Blackwood as Dandy John O'Malley, J. Marvin Campbell as Marvin, Dawn Hudson as Hattie


The Man in the MoonEdit

# 2x23 Title: The Man in the Moon Original Airdate: 14 May 1994 Written by: Toni Graphia Directed by: Rachel Feldman Disc: 7
Plot: After Myra tears up her contract and quits, Hank starts drinking and almost shoots Myra. When he falls into a coma and Myra won't leave his bedside, she and Horace have a fight.
Guest stars:


Return EngagementEdit

# 2x24 Title: Return Engagement Original Airdate: 21 May 1994 Written by: Sara Davidson Directed by: Gwen Arner Disc: 7
Plot: When Michaela's fiancé David, who was presumed dead, comes to Colorado Springs, she is forced to chose between him and Sully.
Guest stars: Maxwell Caulfield as Andrew Strauss / David Lewis, Jennifer Youngs as Ingrid




Dr. Quinn Episodes
Season 1 "Pilot" • "Epidemic" • "The Visitor" • "Law of the Land" • "The Healing" • "Father's Day "• "Bad Water" • "The Great American Medicine Show" • "A Cowboy's Lullaby" • "Running Ghost" • "The Prisoner" • "Happy Birthday" • "Rite of Passage" • "Heroes" • "The Operation" • "The Secret" • "Portraits"
Season 2 "The Race" • "Sanctuary" • "Halloween" • "The Incident" • "Saving Souls" • "Where the Heart Is" • "Giving Thanks" • "Best Friends" • "Sully's Choice" • "Mike's Dream: A Christmas Tale" • "Crossing the Line" • "The Offering" • "The Circus" • "Another Woman" • "Orphan Train" • "Buffalo Soldiers" • "Luck of the Draw" • "Life and Death" • "The First Circle" • "Just One Lullaby" • "The Abduction" • "The Campaign" • "The Man in the Moon" • "Return Engagement"
Season 3 "The Train" • "Fathers and Sons" • "Cattle Drive" • "The Library" • "Halloween II" • "The Washington Affair" • "Money Trouble" • "Thanksgiving" • "Ladies Night" • "The First Christmas" • "Indian Agent" • "The End of the World" • "Pike's Peace" • "Cooper vs. Quinn" • "What Is Love?" • "Things My Father Never Taught Me" • "Baby Outlaws" • "Bone of Contention" • "The Permanence of Change" • "Washita" • "Sully's Recovery" • "Ready or Not" • "For Better or Worse"
Season 4 "A New Life" • "Traveling All-Stars" • "Mothers and Daughters" • "Brother's Keeper" • "Halloween III" • "Dorothy's Book" • "Promises, Promises" • "Expedition" • "One Touch of Nature" • "Hell on Wheels" • "Fifi's First Christmas" • "Change of Heart" • "Tin Star" • "If You Love Someone" • "The Iceman Cometh" • "Dead or Alive" • "Deal with the Devil" • "Eye for an Eye" • "Hearts and Minds" • "Reunion" • "Woman of the Year" • "Last Chance" • "Fear Itself" • "One Nation" • "When a Child Is Born"
Season 5 "Runaway Train" • "Having It All" • "Malpractice" • "All That Glitters..." • "Los Americanos" • "Last Dance" • "Right or Wrong" • "Remember Me" • "Legend" • "The Tempest" • "Separate but Equal" • "A Place to Die" • "Season of Miracles" • "The Dam" • "Farewell Appearance" • "The Most Fatal Disease" • "Colleen's Paper" • "A House Divided" • "Hostage" • "The Body Electric" • "Before the Dawn" • "Starting Over" • "His Father's Son" • "Moment of Truth"
Season 6 "Reason to Believe" • "All That Matters" • "A Matter of Conscience" • "The Comfort of Friends" • "Wave Goodbye" • "A Place Called Home" • "Lead Me Not" • "A Time to Heal" • "Civil Wars" • "Safe Passage" • "Homecoming" • "Point Blank" • "Seeds of Doubt" • "Seven Kinds of Lonely" • "Life in the Balance" • "Happily Ever After" • "Birdman" • "Vengeance" • "To Have and to Hold" • "The Fight" • "A New Beginning "
Movies Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman: The MovieDr. Quinn: Medicine Woman: The Heart Within