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 ... See full summary »

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Charles Ingalls
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Laura Ingalls Wilder
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Dr. Hiram Baker
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Nellie Oleson Dalton
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Harriet Oleson (as Katherine MacGregor)
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Willie Oleson
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Albert Quinn Ingalls
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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 Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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Olivia Barash (Sylvia) was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress in a Television Series for this two-part episode See more »

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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 »

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Sylvia Webb: [when Mr. Webb loads his gun to kill Albert] Pa, no! He's my friend! He was only here for a few minutes and then he left!
Mr. Hector Webb: What was he doing here? What was he doing?
Sylvia Webb: Nothing! Pa, please believe me. Believe me, for once!
Mr. Hector Webb: I can't! How can I believe a whore?
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Sad ending
21 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The second part of this episode is even sadder than the first. Albert wants to marry Sylvia, but his parents are dead-set against it. He tells everyone that what Willie says is true - he is the baby's father. Those that matter don't really believe him. Mrs. Oleson is her own snippy self.

There is a heated scene between Charles and Caroline with Albert as he announces that at fourteen, he wants to get married. First Charles, than Caroline try to talk some sense into him. I think Caroline actually does a great job in explaining the reason why he cannot get married.

I won't ruin the ending, so I won't go into much detail. Though I think it's pretty obvious who the bad guy is, I can't say for sure since I've always watched this show...

It does end in a true western-style with a killing in the end. Royal Dano and Michael Landon together is just classic and special! It really brings the magic back from the 1950's/1960's!

By the way, I don't care what sort of reformation Royal Dano's character had in the rain storm, I still don't like the man...I thought he was a jerk - especially when he called his daughter a whore!


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