Oh, interesting questions.
Favourite female guest star(s):
Alice from Legacy! I adore Joan Hackett. She had such great chemistry with Pete, not just here, but also in The Young Country. Also, Alice is one of my favourite female characters in ASJ. A woman who can look after herself, but in a way that seems believable for the time. She is clever, able to recognise an opportunity, shows kindness, has a bit of larceny in her and is able to adapt to changing situations.
Also really liked Jenny. What a woman. I admire her for taking her revenge. I love her for her relationship with the boys.
Lesley. Again, great chemistry with Pete. Oh, that scene at the water tower... As a character, I adored her larcenous tendencies and her cleverness. And her good taste in men. Ahem.
Julia from The Man who Murdered Himself. I liked that she was a believable 1880s woman. And, of course, her taste in men.
Least favourite female guest star(s):
There were so many...
Clara from Return to Devil's Hole. I don't think there is anything I liked about either the actress or the character.
Annabelle from Boxcar. So annoying.
Sister Grace. What a wet hen.
Janet and mad Lorraine in How to Rob a Bank. Just Urgh.
Michelle in Journey from San Juan. For her singing.
I think I might include Clementine in my list of least favourite female characters. Blackmailing our boys? How dare she! And she is just careless and ruthless enough to get them into serious trouble and danger. No, they best stay far away from her.
Which one could I see with Heyes or the Kid?
Alice with Heyes. My wish-for dream team.
Heyes himself seemed quite taken with Julia. But I can't see a future for them, not really.
Lesley, maybe. For Heyes, of course.
Kid seemed most partial to Michelle. I could see him looking for her after amnesty. Hopefully he can keep her from singing!
I can resist everything, except temptation - Oscar Wilde