Lori, the little city girl who missed the train back to the city, is staying on the farm. Lisa's plans to introduce her to the local children by having a party, get out of hand; the ... See full summary »

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Lori, the little city girl who missed the train back to the city, is staying on the farm. Lisa's plans to introduce her to the local children by having a party, get out of hand; the festivities grow to include an elephant and Haney giving biplane rides. While Oliver fights to downsize her event, he searches for a replacement part for his ancient Hoyt-Clagwell tractor so he can begin planting. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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22 September 1970 (USA)  »

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According to the story Eb fed the Hooterville World Guardian, Lori escaped her captors in the city and slogged through Simpson Swamp before arriving at the Douglas farm. The mafia came after her and shot Oliver. After saving his wife by donating four quarts of her blood, the Douglases adopted her. See more »

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When Eb and Oliver are unloading the sacks of seed from the car they are stacking them on the ground lengthwise but then Eb puts one down sideways. See more »

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Lisa Douglas: [pointing out the opening credits to Lori] Now watch carefully. First comes the Executive Producer.
[Executive Producer credit appears on screen]
Lisa Douglas: I don't know why he comes first. He must be a relative or something. Now comes the "Written by's."
[Writers credits appear on screen]
Lisa Douglas: They're number two, so they have to try harder. Now comes the most important one, "Directed by."
[Director credit appears on screen]
Oliver Wendell Douglas: [walking into room] What are you two looking at?
Lori Baker: Mrs. Douglas is showing me the names.
Oliver Wendell Douglas: What...
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