Adventures of Brisco County Jr. SERIES FINALE High Treason Part 2/9 This is the SERIES FINALE of The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. There is another copy of this finale, as it was actually a two-part episode, those episodes were posted separately as episodes 26 and 27. Episode 27 had a recap of episode 26. This version is both episodes combined, but without the recap. I hope you’ve all enjoyed this series. Thanks so much for your support. By the way, if you like the actors from this show, some can be found in other places. Bruce Campbell is currently on USA’s “Burn Notice. Christian Clemenson was on the recently cancelled Boston Legal and was on recent episodes of the Mentalist. John Astin has been on TV since 1957 and was Gomez Addams right before this series and is in a movie coming out later this year. Kelly Rutherford is in Gossip Girl, and Billy Drago has a few things coming out soon. I downloaded these episodes using a torrent. The sound won’t align with the video at some parts because of the torrent. I hope you enjoy in anyway. Thanks. (Please rate and leave comments, thank you.) Boam/Cuse Productions. and Warner Bros. Television. 1994. All rights reserved This is owned by FOX. No copyright infringement is intended and no profits are being made. This is purely for the enjoyment of the fans.
From the episode, “Lucy Meets the Moustache” of the Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. The song meant so much more since it was the last episode of the popular I Love Lucy series. Lucy and Desi were also divorcing after a long tumultuous marriage. They still loved each other very much, but the problems that plagued the marriage couldn’t keep them together. However, they remained friends even after they married other people, and when Desi died, Lucy was devastated. So in a sense, this song was meaningful for them both. All that they could give each other was love….that’s all. The last lines of the show…. Lucy: “Honey, honey, I just wanted to help.” Ricky: “From now on, you can help me by not trying to help me. But thanks, anyway.” — That’s All Lyrics & Music by Alan Brandt and Bob Haymes, 1952 [brackets indicate Edie Adams' variation on the song] I can only give you love that lasts forever And a [the] promise to be near each time you call And the only heart I own for you and you alone That’s all, that’s all I can only give you country walks in springtime And a hand to hold when leaves begin to fall And a love whose burning light will warm the winter night That’s all, that’s all There are those I am sure [who] have told you They would give you the world for a toy All I have are these arms to enfold you And a love even time can’t destroy [And a love time can never destroy] If you’re wondering what I’m asking in return, dear You’ll be glad to know that my demands are small Say it’s … Video Rating: 4 / 5