Mrs. Olson spreads word that Albert had gotten Sylvia pregnant. Caroline knows this isn't true and confronts her nemesis over this misinformation. Mr. Webb decides that, because of the shame his daughter's ordeal brought him, they will move from Walnut Grove. Sylvia decides she'd be happier with Albert, and the two decide to get married. When Mr. Webb finds out Albert had visited her (despite a no-guests rule), he calls Sylvia a whore, and she runs away. Albert - who had gotten a job as at the blacksmith's shop - later helps search for Sylvia, but lets it slip as to her whereabouts to the blacksmith. It all leads to one final confrontation. Written by
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Charles says to Mrs. Oleson. "Mrs Oleson, you haven't see my son, Albert have you?" Why would he have to say "son" Mrs. Oleson already knows who he is. See more
Mrs. Oleson, on Sunday I will go to church. And I will ask God to forgive me for this.
[Picks up bread dough and slaps it on Mrs. Olseon's face
But to tell you the truth, I think the Good Lord would have done the same thing!