While out of town to buy horses, Charles Ingalls boards with Brett Harper, a man who is emotionally withdrawn from his unhappy family and trying to lose himself in work and whiskey, blaming himself for the accidental death of his oldest son in a riding accident four years earlier. Written by
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When Leslie reminds Brett about the picnic, a modern light fixture is clearly seen in the ceiling over her left shoulder. In addition, numerous modern electrical outlets are seen as Charles walks through the house. See more
You know, you don't love your wife. Your just afraid of being alone.
I'm not afraid of being alone, Ingalls. I've spent the past four years working very hard at being alone.