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There's No Place Like Home: Part 1 

Caroline talks to Mary and Mary convinces Charles that he should not have to stay in Winoka if he is unhappy. So, the Ingalls decide they are going back to Walnut Grove. They invite Albert ... See full summary »

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Caroline Ingalls
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Mary Ingalls
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Nels Oleson
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Harriet Oleson (as Katherine MacGregor)
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Nellie Oleson
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Willie Oleson
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Alice Garvey
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Andrew 'Andy' Garvey (as Patrick Laborteaux)
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Albert Quinn Ingalls
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Caroline talks to Mary and Mary convinces Charles that he should not have to stay in Winoka if he is unhappy. So, the Ingalls decide they are going back to Walnut Grove. They invite Albert to go back with them. The children at the blind school give them a horseshoe to hang over their door and sing them home with the song about a horseshoe over the door. The Garveys and the Olsens go home, too. Written by Anonymous

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9 October 1978 (USA)  »

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Standish: What are you looking at?
Laura Ingalls: Not much, Mr. Standish.
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Goodbye, Mr. Standish!
1 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

Mr. Standish is meaner than he ever was in this final episode where his character is featured. I think he and Mrs. Olsen would make one heck of a bad couple! In this episode, we see him steal all the earnings from a poor, old man who had just won $5,000 in a town lottery. Mr. Standish proceeds to get the old man drunk and takes every last penny - and then some away. It's really quite sad to watch.

Laura tells Mr. Standish off - something I think is way overdue, but when he threatens her father, she's the one that gets into trouble! Then Mr. Garvey is fired and decides to go home. His declaration plants a seed in Nels' head who then gets drunk before deciding to quit and go home as well - with or without his wife. Charles cannot even think about going home - not when it means leaving one of his children behind. But Mary has a hears-to-heart talk with him and...well...obviously they all decide to go home. I'm happy about this.

My favorite part is, of course, watching the town explode. I think the whole firework scene is quite humorous!


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