Laura attends a writing seminar in Arizona, but the experience is marred by a rude professor who cuts her down at every turn.

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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Cassandra Cooper Ingalls (as Missy Francis)
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Mortimer Carstairs
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Mrs. Pierce
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Miss Ott
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Caroline Ingalls (credit only)
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Laura attends a writing seminar in Arizona, but the experience is marred by a rude professor who cuts her down at every turn.

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2 November 1981 (USA)  »

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Mortimer Carstairs: Excuse me, I think you made a mistake.
William Woestehoff: I made a what?
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Patrick Collins
23 April 2016 | by (California, United States) – See all my reviews

I loved Patrick Collins as Mortimer.

This was a funny episode, though bit unrealistic when seeing how Mort and the bad Professor ended the episode. Eliza Jane was not acting in her usual personality and I wish Laura had just come out and told her what the Prof was up to!

Interesting to see Leslie Landon again as an extra character. Also love the period detail.

Darlene Conley was sufficiently mean as the dishwasher boss. Wish there had been more to Eliza Jane finding out the daisy giver was Mort. A sweet episode. Interesting look into harassment at the time, but as mentioned before, not realistic in resolution of the serious issues at hand. Looked to be more like a Walnut Grove style fight vs two adults with a serious disagreement over grading.


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