Traveling Charles Ingalls struggles with a broken wagon wheel and bad weather trying to get home in time to celebrate his wedding anniversary while, back in Plum Creek, waiting wife ... See full summary »

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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Traveling Charles Ingalls struggles with a broken wagon wheel and bad weather trying to get home in time to celebrate his wedding anniversary while, back in Plum Creek, waiting wife Caroline tries to keep worry at bay by entertaining their daughters with the tale of another time she was kept waiting and how she and their father first met. Written by shepherd1138

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23 January 1978 (USA)  »

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While Caroline's father is not shown in the flashbacks, it could be the possibility that at the time, her biological father had died, and her mother had not remarried yet. See more »

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At the end of the episode, Caroline puts on her dressing gown to go outside to meet Charles. You can clearly see heavy rain through the bedroom window, but when she goes outside, there's no rain and everything appears dry. See more »

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Peter Ingalls: You should go apologize to her, that's what. Tell her you're a dummy, a real dummy!
Young Charles Ingalls: Okay.
[Walks up to Caroline]
Young Charles Ingalls: I'm sorry.
Young Caroline: For what?
Young Charles Ingalls: Because I'm a dummy.
Young Caroline: What?
Young Charles Ingalls: A real dummy.
Young Caroline: What makes you say that?
Young Charles Ingalls: My brother. Bye.
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Charles Ingalls: A Truly Devout "Little Rascal" (& in color film)!
11 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is among my all-time favorites, among all shows! I think of "Spanky" 'George McFarland (I)' (qv), when Charles tied up short tempered teacher, Harold Watson, in the outhouse, for being too strict to him Charles' Ingalls, as a first or second grade student!

Caroline spoke of four or five events to their daughters. To me it is all extremely humorous! Which is why I nickname Charles Ingalls a "Little Rascal", that was filmed in color. Earlier & often, Michael Landon was teased by brother, Hoss Cartwright, acted by Dan Blocker, (on Bonanza, in the 1960 & 1970 decades."Little Joe Cartwright", was often picked on by bigger & stronger brother, "Hoss Cartwright". Each time Sorrell Booke, aka "Mr. Watson" had Charles Ingalls in trouble, Charles was always ready for vengeance or revenge, for what ever occurred to him, by extremely strict school-teacher, Harold Watson!


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