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James and Cassandra settle in happily with the Ingalls family. Alden finds a family who agree to take in the orphans, but the husband, Isaiah Tompkins, is a harsh man who works the children to exhaustion, resulting in Laura warning them that they are failing at school. Also, the Tompkins' own son bitterly resents their arrival and sets up James for an unjust whipping. Eventually, James and Cassandra run away, and after Mr. Tompkins declines to help in searching for them, Charles sets off with Almanzo and Adam.
When he finds James and Cassandra, he tells them that they will be going home with him, and they joyfully agree. Nellie and Percival move to New York City to run Percival's family's store after the death of his father. Then Adam and Mary also move there when Adam takes a position at his late father's law firm. The blind school in Sleepy Eye has been taken under the control of the state, so Hester Sue moves to Walnut Grove to help Caroline run the restaurant and hotel. Harriet becomes very depressed, and Doc Baker suggests she and Nels adopt, but it takes a visit from Cassandra to revive Harriet's spirits.
At the orphanage in Sleepy Eye, Harriet's wish is realized when she finds a young girl named Nancy who reminds her of Nellie and of Harriet herself as a child. Nancy quickly causes trouble at the school in Walnut Grove, but Laura has already worked out that Nancy is another Nellie. Doc Baker hires a highly qualified doctor named Caleb Ledoux, but is disconcerted to discover that he is black. Despite a friendly welcome from the Ingalls, other citizens are diffident or openly hostile, while Doc Baker gives his new assistant only menial tasks.
Eventually, when Doc Baker is unavailable for a call, Charles has to resort to desperate measures to enable Dr. Ledoux to attend to a pregnant mother experiencing complications during childbirth. Ledoux safely delivers the baby, but angrily decides he will never be accepted in the town and plans to leave. When Doc Baker makes an impassioned plea at the next church service and is supported by the congregation, Dr.
Ledoux decides to stay. Laura is invited by Eliza Jane to attend a college class on 'Great American Writers' in Arizona , and on the train she meets a man, Mort, who is going to the same class and who takes a liking to Eliza Jane. However, she only has eyes for their class professor, but he causes problems between the two women when he propositions Laura. To pay her way, Laura has to work long hours as a dishwasher. Later, Eliza Jane is dismayed when she finds out the truth about the professor, but when Mort stands up for Laura against the professor, Eliza Jane says she will support Mort's application for a vacant teaching post at her school in Minneapolis, and they leave together on the train.
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Oleson leaves town for a week on a buying trip for the Mercantile, Nancy again feels that everybody hates her so she gets in being nasty first, including fighting with Cassandra which has been a counterpart to the past fights between Laura and Nellie. Then an obesely overweight boy, Elmer, joins the school and is teased by his classmates, but he is a bright student and Nancy exploits his attraction to her.
Albert and Willie see what she is doing and get her into trouble with Laura, but Nancy blames Elmer who decides to quit school, so the boys have to put things right. With Caroline and Hester Sue run off their feet at the restaurant, Harriet signs up with a franchise which promises greater efficiency and more profit, and the restaurant is renamed "Mrs. Unfortunately, Harriet has not read the small print in the contract, and the onerous conditions result in everyone's life becoming even more busy.
When Charles reluctantly has to take over the cooking at home, he gets together with Nels to work on a plan to release Harriet from her contract and get things back to normal. Adam and Mary make a surprise visit to Walnut Grove for Christmas. They arrive with Hester Sue and join the family with Laura and Almanzo.
Soon after, a fierce blizzard snows them in, and they all have to stay the night. Charles and a friend, Jack Prescott, deliver some tables, hand-made by Charles, to a store in Minneapolis, for which Charles makes a few "as a hobby". After Jack dies suddenly of a heart attack on the return trip, and after which his farm is sold and his nameplate casually tossed into the kindling by the new owner, Charles decides he wants to do something to be remembered for.
He agrees to move to the city to work full-time on producing the tables for a trial period before selling the farm and moving the entire family and things go well at first, until a big furniture manufacturer copies the table and under-prices them. Sales dry up and Charles decides that his greatest legacy will be his children.
But later, one of his tables with his 'CI' mark is bought as a prized antique at an auction in Hester Sue's ex-husband, Sam Terhune, comes to Walnut Grove claiming he has reformed himself from his drinking and gambling and asking for a second chance with her. Although she is initially suspicious and cautious, Hester Sue eventually gives in to her feeling that she still loves him, and it is not long before they plan to re-marry.
However, on the wedding day, some surprise visitors show up, and Hester Sue sadly realizes that, despite his good intentions, Sam has not changed. But Hester Sue now has, and she forgives him. Almanzo grows more and more depressed after his stroke and refuses to perform his therapy, and even the birth of his daughter, Rose, doesn't help. Laura continues to clash with Eliza Jane, who wants them all to move to Minneapolis.
Then Laura is injured when a tornado strikes, and she becomes angry when she discovers the calamitous effect upon their house. Seeing her anger, Almanzo is inspired to pitch in and help rebuild the house. Laura and Almanzo's new house is completed and he has fully recovered his health.
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Edwards returns to Walnut Grove, but he hides that his marriage to Grace has failed because of his relapse into alcoholism. When he drunkenly causes an accident that nearly kills Albert, Charles angrily tells his old friend to leave town. However, Laura persuades him to stay, and he works on the farm with Almanzo and sobers up. But after more bad news, Mr. Edwards ends up in church where he prays and talks to Rev. Alden, who brings about a reconciliation with Charles. Laura and Almanzo's daughter Rose is baptized and Mr. Edwards becomes her godfather.
Caroline responds to a plea for help from a childhood friend, Louisa Beckwith, by travelling with Doc Baker to a mining camp where there is an outbreak of influenza. After losing two previous pregnancies to miscarriage, Louisa is once again pregnant and desperately ill, with a cruel husband who hates children and only sees wives as someone to cook and clean. Caroline nurses her and sees loathingly to her husband Horace's basic needs until he threatens her with bodily harm after which she lashes back with a fire torch.
Camp resident Helen Andruss is due at virtually the same time as Louisa and she and her husband Sherman are distraught over the possibility of a breech birth - an almost always fatal condition at the time. Helen's birth is indeed a breech and the baby dies. Louisa gives birth to a healthy baby boy but then dies in childbirth. As Louisa is now no longer there to stick up for her son and Horace is openly hostile toward children, especially girls, Caroline and Doc Baker are faced with a moral dilemma but eventually make the right decision to let Helen and Sherman raise the Beckwith boy as their own in a loving home with two parents.
She is placed into the grave with Louisa and Horace is run out of camp with dire consequences threatened should he ever initiate contact with anyone from the mining camp ever again. Charles, Albert, James and Mr. Edwards travel to Sleepy Eye on business. James, wanting to open a savings account with his birthday check from Uncle Jed, walks into the bank as it is being robbed.
James is shot and critically wounded, and the doctor tells Charles that the injuries are potentially fatal. Edwards, and later Albert, against Charles' orders, set out to track down the villains. Georg Olden as Danny. James remains comatose after a successful operation to remove the bullet. Charles refuses to accept Doc Baker's prognosis that James will not recover, because he believes God has told him James will be healed. When his family and friends question if he is losing his grip on reality, Charles takes James away into the woods, and builds a shelter and a stone altar. Refusing to leave until James recovers, Charles prays to God for a miracle.
When Michael Landon decided to leave the show, it was renamed, the focus was put on the characters of Laura and Almanzo, and more recurring characters were added. Landon did, however, stay on as executive producer, and wrote and directed occasional episodes as well. In the spring of , Charles, having suffered a hard winter and wanting to pursue a promising life, has moved the Ingalls family to Burr Oak, Iowa.
He completes the sale of their homestead to the Carter family from New York, and is given a farewell party by his friends. John Carter is the new town blacksmith and his wife Sarah starts a newspaper, the Walnut Grove Gazette. Four months later, Laura announces her resignation from Walnut Grove School to raise Rose at home and introduces the kids to their new teacher, Etta Plum. Almanzo's brother, Royal, arrives with his daughter, Jenny, and with a devastating secret: However, when she wants her compliant husband elected as mayor, she encounters unexpected opposition from some of the town's oldest inhabitants.
A farmer named Mr.
Stark is denied a loan at the bank and soon goes bankrupt. He flies into a terrible rage and shoots his wife and daughter, and takes off. The citizens of Walnut Grove organize a posse to track him down, but, as they are searching for him, he chances upon the Wilders' house, and Laura and Jenny must rely on their wits to escape from a dangerous situation. A widowed circus man and young father named Little Lou Billy Barty makes a promise to his wife to quit the circus and move to Walnut Grove to try to make a living after his wife dies during childbirth. He interviews for a job at the bank, but a prejudiced Mrs.
Oleson refuses to do business as long as he is employed there. Jobless, Little Lou begins stealing from the Mercantile to support his baby daughter. Just before he is set to go on trial for theft, Nancy falls down a well, and Little Lou is the only one who can reach inside to save her.
Oleson realizes how wrong she was and gets the charges dropped against Lou, who gets the job at the bank. Nellie returns to Walnut Grove, and most of her family try to make it the best visit ever. But what will happen if Nancy does not get the attention she normally gets? An aging doctor Ralph Bellamy is losing his sight and knows he will soon have to retire.
Meanwhile, Jenny nearly drowns while looking for her locket in the lake. Her brain is partly damaged and she is unable to walk, talk and use her hands. Marvin convinces Laura to let Jenny help him with his garden to rehabilitate. She turns out to be his last patient. Sarah will not listen and she is finally allowed to stay with her family in Walnut Grove. Edwards, and later, Almanzo and John, become mixed up with the criminal activities of a bumbling gang of outlaws.
An episode of Bonanza , titled "The Younger Brothers' Younger Brother", had a story with a similar theme to this episode. Both episodes were written by Michael Landon. At Almanzo's urging, Laura enters a writing contest and produces a novel about the Ingalls family which Almanzo and Jenny love. After travelling with Jenny to Minneapolis, Laura learns that she has won the contest and she is offered the opportunity to have her novel published.
She reluctantly agrees to changes which the publishers want to make, but Jenny convinces Laura that the new version is not as good as her original and should not be published. Charles and Albert return to Walnut Grove after Albert has repeated run-ins with the law for curfew violations and theft. It is soon discovered that Albert is hooked on morphine, which increasingly causes his behavior to be violent and eventually leads Charles to take drastic measures to help his son withdraw from the drug. Without any real reason, Laura blames Doc Baker for the baby's death and his reputation and business is badly damaged, so he decides to leave Walnut Grove.
Then Rose becomes sick with smallpox and, against Laura's wishes, Almanzo calls in Doc Baker, who has to stay with them in quarantine. After Rose recovers, Laura acknowledges that she had been wrong and that Doc Baker is a good doctor, and she persuades him to stay. Jason begins doing odd jobs for an aging woman, Ruthy Leland Vera Miles. Sarah becomes jealous over the blossoming friendship, until Ruthy reveals her that she is dying.
Jason makes plenty of happy memories with his friend before her death. Willie graduates and his mother expects him to go on to college, but Willie has fallen in love with his girlfriend Rachel Brown, and wants to get married and take over the running of the family's restaurant. Oleson opposes his plans and cruelly insults Rachel, and when Willie stands up to his mother and defends Rachel against her, she vows not to show up at the wedding.
In the event, she does go, but theatrically dressed in black funeral clothes. Nels later reminds Harriet that his mother similarly opposed their marriage, and he says he has never regretted it. Flannery, a childless elderly friend of Laura's, passes away after gifting her big house to Laura and Almanzo, who set about turning it into a boardinghouse, and Willie and Rachel move in as their first boarders. Matthew's natural father arrives in Walnut Grove, wanting to reclaim custody after years of searching for him.
Initially, Matthew is angry that his parents abandoned him as a baby, but, after learning why they did it and receiving a gift of his late mother's bible, Mr. Edwards helps him to decide to leave town to live with his father. Edwards decides he will move into Laura's new boarding house, where a multi-talented English writer named Sherwood Montague has also taken up residence. En route, they stop at the University of Minnesota where Albert plans on pursuing his medical endeavours, then they reunite with family and old friends in Walnut Grove. Albert finds romance with a girl called Michele Pierson, and Charles encourages the local farmers to start a cooperative to enable them to compete with the big farms.
However, Albert starts suffering from serious nosebleeds and exhaustion and is diagnosed with leukemia. Ultimately, he chooses to go back to Walnut Grove, where he spends his time making special memories and receives the offer of a four-year scholarship from the university he had planned on attending. Finally, Albert, Laura and Michele join Miss Plum and the local school children in their annual climb to 'the keepsake tree' at the top of Harper's Bluff, where they join hands and raise them in a celebratory salute.
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Just before Christmas in , Laura and Almanzo and Mr. Edwards are shopping for gifts in Mankato when Rose is kidnapped by a grief-stricken mother, prompting a desperate search. A young orphan boy, Sam, stows away in their wagon and becomes a key player in the search and its happy outcome. Meanwhile, in Walnut Grove, Nels tries to get Nancy to contribute to the Olesons' Christmas but later regrets it; Jason tries to earn money for gifts with a Christmas tree delivery service which nobody wants; and Mr.
Montague tries to avoid all the seasonal customs but ends up saving the Carters' Christmas. Then the townspeople learn that a land development tycoon, Nathan Lassiter James Karen , has acquired title to all the land in Hero Township, which they had believed to be homesteading land. Having failed to defeat his claim on legal grounds and even with guns against an army cavalry unit, the townspeople are inspired by Laura to vent their anger at what they see as an injustice, and they decide upon a drastic plan of action. When Lassiter arrives to claim the town, he finds all the town buildings dynamited, and the townsfolk leave to start new lives elsewhere, as many of them have done before.
He is forced to relent, however, when he is told that the leaders and businessmen of other nearby towns, having heard what happened in Walnut Grove, announce they will do the same thing. As Lassiter walks off in defeat, Reverend Alden loudly proclaims that Walnut Grove did not die in vain, prompting a huge celebration. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. TV Guide June July 4.
Ultimately, the government forces the family off the land in Kansas. John Hawkins Teleplay by: Then, needing a plough and wheat seeds to make a crop, he has a disappointing first encounter with the Olesons, and makes a tough deal with the feed and seed merchant, O'Neil. Despite the tough long hours of arduous work on top of his own farm work.
Charles copes with his problems until a family picnic in the meadow leads to a serious setback with Charles getting injured after falling out of a tree while attempting to grab their toy kite that got stuck in a branch. When O'Neil wants to strictly enforce the terms of their deal, threatening the Ingalls' prospects, the businessmen of Walnut Grove, who have seen Charles's willingness to work, come to his aid. At the end, Laura reminisces about her father claiming to have reaped a harvest he did not expect: There is a similar story in On the Banks of Plum Creek.
In fact, neither version is exactly true to life, as Mary and Laura began going to the Barry Corner School before they left the Big Woods of Wisconsin for Minnesota in This is a reference to the mile walk in the book On the Banks of Plum Creek. In the books, however, it was locusts that ruined a crop and it led to them moving on, unlike the television series where the Ingalls and the Wilder families stay in Walnut Grove through most of the series.
This is the first appearance of Bonnie Bartlett as Grace Snider. After the sudden death of her dear friend, year old "Miss Amy" Hearn Josephine Hutchinson feels lonely for her children and grandchildren who never come visit her. At the funeral, Laura declares that it is not fair for loved ones to ignore a birthday but show up for a funeral, so Miss Amy decides to have her funeral wake before she dies, and she enlists the help of Doctor Hiram Baker Kevin Hagen and Charles and Caroline to secretly plan the event.
She attends the reception incognito at first with a veil hiding her face, before surprising the others present, including a young priest from Mankato, and a son who she had not known was still alive. In On the Banks of Plum Creek , a chapter by the same name has a similar story. Charles decides to surprise Caroline with a romantic holiday in Mankato for just the two of them.
Edwards to stay and look after the girls, but he discovers that they, and especially Carrie, can sometimes be hard work. Meanwhile, despite Charles' best efforts, Caroline cannot stop thinking about the children. Jean Rouverol Teleplay by: When Miss Beadle is injured and ordered to rest by Doc Baker, Caroline is invited by the school board to take over as substitute teacher of the Walnut Grove School.
One of the older students, Abel McKay Dirk Blocker , is teased by the other children because he is still illiterate, and when Caroline's attempts to help him are undermined by Mrs. Oleson's meddling, he runs out. Caroline then also leaves and vows not to return to the school until she can convince Abel to try again. When Laura accidentally breaks her toy doll while playing catch with Mary, Mary finds an orphaned baby raccoon and takes it home, where Laura decides to take care of it.
Initially against it, Charles is persuaded by the girls and Caroline to let them keep it and Laura names him Jasper. However, its wild instincts surface and Jasper bites Laura and Jack, and runs away. The girls keep it a secret, but when Charles has to deal with a racoon raiding the chickens and everyone assumes that it was Jasper, it gives rise to a frightening possibility for Laura and Jack.
The family are overjoyed when Jasper later returns. Sean Penn appears as an extra his father, Leo Penn , directed the episode. Michael Landon does not appear in this episode. Originally aired as a minute episode excluding commercials , in syndication , it is shown in two parts. This is the first episode involving the horse named Bunny, which will figure in a story arc in season three.
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Nels and Harriet Oleson both go a bit too far in what they say during one of their squabbles, and they decide to separate, with Harriet taking the children back east. The Ingalls and other townspeople make various attempts to get them to settle their differences. Arthur Heinemann and Ann Beckett Teleplay by: When Harriet Oleson's niece, Kate Anne Archer , comes to visit, she and Doc Baker fall in love, but Kate has to give him lots of encouragement to court her. Influenced by the opinions of townspeople, Doc gives a lot of thought to the age difference between them, and wavers between his love for Kate and his concern for what is best for her.
When Kate accompanies him on a visit to deliver a baby to a woman whose own birth he had attended, it brings their situation into sharp focus for both of them and leads to the Doc making a difficult decision. William Keys and Michael Landon Teleplay by: Leslie Landon , Michael Landon's daughter, makes her first appearance of the series, playing a typhus victim. Preston Wood and Ward Hawkins Teleplay by: A travelling circus man, O'Hara Red Buttons , with the gift of blarney and sleight of hand skills, persuades Charles to allow him to stay at the farm, where he charms Laura and Mary with his tricks and his animals.
But when some of the townspeople prefer his 'miracle powders' to Doc Baker's medical treatment, the Doc gets Charles to send O'Hara on his way. Then their dog, Jack, is injured, and Laura is convinced that only O'Hara can heal him, so Charles fetches him back to tell Laura the truth. Miss Beadle and Doc Baker discover that a boy in school named Graham Stewart gets beatings from his alcoholic father John Harris Yulin , but only when Charles angrily confronts him does the father admit he has a problem and ask for help.
The boy stays with the Ingalls family, while Charles undertakes to help rehabilitate his father and break him from his dangerous habit. A university-educated farmer named Joseph Coulter Alan Fudge convinces the farmers of Walnut Grove to invest in planting a new kind of corn, instead of wheat.
During his return trip from Minneapolis with the corn-seed, Coulter's wagon runs off the road and crashes down a steep bank. When he is late returning, the farmers become anxious, and some of them cause trouble in town. Charles goes out to look for Coulter, and later the other farmers make amends for their behaviour.
John Hawkins and Preston Wood Teleplay by: While returning from a spring family trip to Mankato, the Ingalls receive a twofold warning from a Federal Marshal Jack Ging: When they are caught in the blizzard, the family take shelter in an abandoned cabin. Charles nearly freezes to death while out hunting for food, but he is rescued by the Indian fugitive, Jack Lame Horse Robert Tessier. Meanwhile, the same Marshal has taken shelter with Caroline and the girls, and Charles has the chance to return the favour by saving the fugitive's life. After Johnny Johnson has an argument with his father, he decides to leave "to see the world", having been influenced by Mr.
He gets a ride with Mr. Edwards on a delivery trip to Mankato, and gets involved with a poker game and a dance hall girl. Edwards, feeling responsible, uses his own money to finance various schemes to persuade the teenage boy to return home. Byron Twiggs and Ward Hawkins Teleplay by: Ward Hawkins and John Hawkins. Charles just wants to be a spectator and tells his girls that it is the taking part that is important, not the winning.
But when Charles is annoyed by the attitude of an aging lumberjack Forrest Tucker he is working with, who wants to prove that he is still the "Bull of the Woods", he enters the logging contest determined to win - until he is asked to throw the match to save the old man's pride.
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A major customer goes bankrupt, so Hanson closes the mill and cannot pay Charles two months' back pay, which means Charles cannot pay off their large tab at the Mercantile. The whole family pitches in to help: Mary sews to earn money while Laura does her chores as well as her own, Caroline helps with the farm work, and Charles toils at two jobs. When Charles pays off the tab, Mr. Oleson wonders which of them is richer. Miss Beadle and the Ingalls become concerned about Mary's faltering performance in school, until Charles realizes that she has a problem with her eyesight.
Mary is excited when she gets a pair of glasses from a doctor in Mankato, but her excitement fades when Nellie and Willie cruelly tease her, even though Miss Beadle also wears glasses. Mary decides to 'lose' her glasses, until she sees Miss Beadle's handsome boyfriend. Ray Goldrup Teleplay by: Laura befriends a stranger while out fishing, and is stunned to later discover he is none other than Walnut Grove's new banker. However, she is even more surprised when the man accuses her of being kind to him to secure a loan Pa wants to make. It is Walnut Grove vs.
Sleepy Eye in the annual baseball game. Accustomed to heavy defeats, Walnut Grove believe they now have a star pitcher in mild-mannered Jebediah Mumfort Karl Lukas , but his domineering wife threatens to disrupt things, until Caroline comes up with a plan. A hard-fought game, which includes foul play and underhand tactics by Sleepy Eye, comes to a dramatic climax. Although many in Walnut Grove think he's a homicidal maniac who lives in a haunted house, brave Laura Ingalls befriends mysterious hermit, Amos Pike, and soon discovers the truth behind both the rumors and the old man's reclusive life.
Laura and Grace Snider both need dates for the annual Spring Dance, but those they have their eyes on seem not to be interested. Caroline shares with them a 'womanly wile' she used on Charles to get his attention, but when Laura and Grace try it the consequences are not what they had hoped for. Then Charles reminds Caroline of what actually happened when she tried it on him, and she changes her advice to Laura and Grace, with a happier outcome. A widowed mother named Julia Sanderson Patricia Neal learns she has a terminal illness and, with no close relatives to care for her three children, John Jr.
Meanwhile, Laura and Mary rescue some abandoned puppies, and the relationship between Mr. Edwards and Grace Snider begins to blossom. After Julia Sanderson's death, her three children stay with Grace, with help from Mr. When Charles is unable to find someone to adopt all three children, he has to make the difficult decision to place them in separate homes.
At the very last minute, Mr. Edwards makes a monumental decision: The Olesons get themselves invited onto the Ingalls family campout, after Nellie complains that it will give Laura and Mary an advantage for the school holiday project of leaf-collecting. The two men bond while fishing and their wives try to improve their relationship, but the children continue to clash.
However, when Nellie falls into a river, her later false account of what happened brings out the same Mrs. Back at the school. While Laura is fishing with her new friend Jonah, they think they have discovered gold. They resolve to keep it a secret, especially from Nellie and Willie, and the two friends spend all their spare time digging it out.
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Laura fantasizes about her family being very, very rich - and the Olesons being dirt-poor. When the friends finally take it to the bank for safe keeping, Mr. Sprague delivers some very unwelcome news. The children of Walnut Grove pool their money to buy Reverend Alden a birthday gift and entrust Mary with the cash. Laura persuades Mary to use the money to try to make more money, and thus enable them to buy a better gift.
After a lot of effort for no returns, they have to face the music and tell Reverend Alden what they have done. In church on his birthday, the Reverend finds a silver lining to the cloud over Mary's head. Edwards wants to bond with his son, John Jr. In fact, John Jr. Edwards is reluctant to accept that and insists they go on a hunting trip.
During the trip, things do not go as planned, but a frightening encounter eventually leads to Mr. Edwards and John Jr. Laura and Nellie vie for the affections of a new schoolboy named Jason Eric Shea , who has a keen interest in science. When Jason chooses to spend time with Laura rather than Nellie, even with the advantage of her new "talking machine", Nellie uses the machine to get back at Laura. When Charles tells Nels what Nellie did, he takes drastic action. Later, at school, there is a happy ending for Laura and Jason. Mary wins a place in a statewide math competition, but when Charles cannot afford the cost of the trip to Minnesota for her and Caroline, Laura is pleased to play a role in getting the town council to foot the bill.
However, this causes Mary to worry she will let down the whole town if she fails to win, but her return to Walnut Grove dispels her fears. With her Ma away, Laura keeps the home fires burning! Ernie Durham Teleplay by: John Hawkins and Ernie Durham. Inspired by learning about the railroads at school, Mary, Laura, and Carl resort to underhand tactics to join their fathers on a haulage trip to Springfield, so that they can see real trains. At the train station, the children's curiosity takes them too far and they find themselves in a runaway caboose.
Edwards set off on a race against time to prevent a head-on collision with another train. Miss Beadle is relieved of her duties as schoolmistress when the town council decide she cannot control the older students. In her place, they appoint Hannibal Applewood Richard Basehart , a strict disciplinarian. Applewood treats Laura unfairly as the class troublemaker.
When the other students fight back and feelings run high, Charles convinces the rest of the town council to think twice. When a bumper harvest causes a huge fall in the price of their wheat, Charles and Mr. Edwards take very well-paid jobs freighting highly explosive blasting oil for railroad construction. Travelling with them are a black man Louis Gossett Jr. Rough roads and bandits are just some of the problems the four men have to deal with. To buy Caroline a new set of china, Charles secretly takes a woodworking job for an attractive young widow Mariette Hartley. Oleson's gossip plants a suggestion in Caroline's mind that there is more going on than woodworking behind closed doors.
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However, this results in the changes in ownership of Bunny not following their correct sequence. This sequencing error was corrected on the "Deluxe Remastered Edition" which bears a copyright date. Laura's imagination runs wild on Halloween when she sees Nels apparently cutting off Mrs. Oleson's head, but only Carl will believe her. Laura makes the mistake of telling Nellie and Willie, and they have some fun at Laura's expense.