The picture (in the center above) is from the episode, Cotter's Girl. It is at the close of the episode and is a great scene! They danced together in several episodes...though I believe more in the later years.
The brothers kill him and Louie is charged with the murder - speaking of Louie - the episode "Louie Pheeters" was on Encore last night - James Nusser was certainly amazing in that role - sometimes I think because AB, JA, MS, KC, DW - and all the others - were such incredible actors, and so believable in their roles, that we forget they were actors acting, at least I do! - IMO, last night's episode was a prime example - sooo good!
Also a brief but great Matt and Kitty moment was in that episode - Kitty saying to Matt that the noise and bother that goes with making money in the LB gets to her, Matt says why don't you get out of the business - Kitty "Is that an offer?" Of course Matt's expressions was priceless, and Kitty, of course, lets him off the hook and says she has something to show him in her office - hmmmm, wonder what? LOL
I agree, When I watched that last night...I had forgotten which ep it was in?....and when they were standing at the Bar...Kitty said it with such ease.. and the Look in her Eyes???? and the way he Looked Back at her??? your right it was sooo M&K But that is what made the ..ummm Underlying Unseen..(On air) relationship....A Comment here or there ...a Look Here or there...were all adults....It was just sooo Cute ..Like the ending scene in "GOLD MINE"
Dee - from memory, so probably not exact, but goes something like this:
the guys are having drinks at the LB - Kitty is behind the bar she moves to end of bar and turns her back when Matt walks in (makes busy cleaning glasses) he walks up behind her and says, "I know of a gold mine for sale." K turns as if angry, then smiles she does a Mae West shoulder role and asks, "Is that all the thanks you want?" M turns to see the guys all listening and watching them, then with a wave of his thumb says, "Why don't we go somewhere to talk about it.." camera stays stationary as they walk off together out of shot, focus fade is on the guys watching them