You're about to experience the third season of "The Wild Wild West" which is producer Bruce Lansbury's new and revised vision of the series: meaning gritty, rough, realistic, Sergio Leone's western Spaguetti-like. The characters of James West and Artemus Gordon have new costumes, especially West and his trailer outfit. Some episodes take place in Mexico: "The Night of the Assassin", "The Night of the Jack O'Diamonds", "The Night of the Montezuma's Hordes" and "The Night of the Headless Woman", some are political as "The Night of the Firebrand" (guest starring Pernell Roberts), "The Night of the Legion of Death" (guest starring Kent Smith and Anthony Zerbe), "The Night of the Arrow" and "The Night of the Underground Terror", and some are still stamped with Michael Garrison's concept of fabulous fantasy: see "The Night of the Turncoat" (guest starring John McGiver as the excentric Elisha Calamander), "The Night of the Death Masks" (written like "The Prisoner" episode "Living in Harmony" and in which Artie guns down Jim in a ghost town called Paradox!), "The Night of the Amnesiac" (guest starring Ed Asner and Kevin Hagen and in which James West looses his memory), "The Night of the Undead" (a mixture of Vaudou and mad scientist intrigue with Hurd Hartfield) and "The Night of the Simian Terror" (with a veiled reference to Edgar A. Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue", guest starring Richard "Voltaire" Kiel). Warning, there's only one Dr. Loveless' offering: "The Night Dr. Loveless Died". One episode reaches the peak of violence for its time: "The Night of the Vipers", guest starring Nick Adams aka Robert Conrad's close friend and Red West.