- Commentary with Jane Seymour and Joe Lando on the double episode "For Better or Worse"
- Cast biographies
There is reason aplenty to celebrate in the course of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman's third season. For one, Dr. Michaela "Mike" Quinn (Jane Seymour) and mountain man Sully (Joe Lando) have become engaged; for another, Colorado Springs finally becomes linked to the transcontinental railroad; and finally, telegraph operator Horace (Frank Collison) and his ex-saloon gal bride, Myra (Helene Udy), become parents. But the news is not so good for the local Cheyenne tribe and its spiritual leader, medicine man Cloud Dancing (Larry Sellers). Despite a trip to Washington, D.C., by Mike, Sully, and Cloud Dancing to plead for better treatment of the Cheyenne, and the appointment of Sully as local Indian agent, the entire tribe is massacred by the xenophobic General Custer (Jason Leland Adams) -- all except Cloud Dancing, who becomes a fugitive with a price on his head. In other traumatic developments, Dorothy Jennings (Barbara Babcock), owner of the town's newspaper, must undergo a mastectomy; teenage outlaw Belle Starr (Melissa Clayton) robs the local saloon; the townsfolk (except, of course, for Dr. Mike and her friends) react with hostility at the arrival of a Jewish family; and everyone is thrown into a panic when a comet streaks across the sky. Less serious but no less troublesome is the cattle drive embarked upon by Dr. Mike, her foster son Matthew (Chad Allen), and Sully when Matthew unexpectedly inherits 200 head of prime stock. Despite innumerable setbacks and tragedies, season three of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman ends on a high note, as Mike and Sully proudly march down the aisle.
Cast & Crew
Jane Seymour - Michaela `Mike' Quinn
Joe Lando - Byron Sully
Orson Bean - Loren Bray
Chad Allen - Matthew Cooper
Erika Flores - Colleen Cooper