Lydia watches a cheesy monster cowboy movie and then the film is interrupted by Beetlejuice who offers her to go to the actual wild west. Lydia says Beetlejuice's name thrice (three times) and goes to Tombstone, Scarizona (parody of Arizona). Beetlejuice and Lydia head into town where the people select Beetlejuice as their sheriff because a bovine version of Billy the Kid, named Bully the Crud, is coming at high noon (12 PM) to fight the sheriff. Bully arrives and Beetlejuice is petrified by him to fight, forcing him to flee to Boot Hill and only his horse Nags has to encourage him. To make matters worse, Bully falls in love with Lydia and tries to force her to marry him because he'll threaten to destroy Lydia if she'll refuse to marry Bully. Beetlejuice believes that Lydia can take care of herself, but as few hours go by, he gets worried and uses a crystal ball to look into the future. What he sees is what horrifies him: Bully and Lydia married with five little bulls. Beetlejuice stops the wedding and decides to have a showdown with Bully resulting with him winning by pouring barbecue sauce all over the cow bandit, much to his horror. When he sees Beetlejuice and Lydia with knives and forks, it looked like they were gonna have him for chow. Bully got badly traumatized, he runs away out of town in fear and never to come back. Beetlejuice quits his job as sheriff because it's "ruining his good boots". During the exit through the sunset scene, Beetlejuice and his horse Nags bicker all the way out of town.
- This character is a parody of Billy the Kid (1859-1881).