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Holding himself responsible for a farmer friend's death and unable to face the man's seven-months pregnant widow, a disheartened Doc Baker leaves his Walnut Grove practice in the hands of a... See full summary »

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Caroline Ingalls
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Laura Ingalls (credit only)
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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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Beth Novak (as Collin Wilcox)
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Dr. Asa T. Logan
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Stanley Novack
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Jed Haney
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Mrs. Amanda 'May' Whipple
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Holding himself responsible for a farmer friend's death and unable to face the man's seven-months pregnant widow, a disheartened Doc Baker leaves his Walnut Grove practice in the hands of a self-absorbed Philadelphia physician and decides to raise corn. Written by shepherd1138

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31 October 1977 (USA)  »

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Mary Ingalls: Pa sent us over to see how you're doing.
Dr. Hiram Baker: I'm doing just fine.
Mary Ingalls: Well, if you want my honest opinion... your not.
Dr. Hiram Baker: If you want mine, you're absolutely right.
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Guilt
27 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

This was a wonderful story about guilt a person can carry around. Rather the guilt is founded or unfounded isn't really the issue here. After all, as we watch the events unfold, we can see how Dr. Baker may have found himself in the middle of a malpractice suit, had they existed back then. He hadn't come as Stanley's doctor, but he could have looked for more signs of internal bleeding, though what else he could have done with limited frontier doctor resources I'm not sure.

I think it was kind of cute seeing Dr. Baker as a farmer for a short time. I've watched Kevin Hagan play in many old west shows where he played as a doctor. And though he was older in this show, I think we can still see the old memories of his younger years - before his most famous role...

And of course we can't leave out the fact that we know who's really in charge. Charles again shows Dr. Baker that HE'S in charge and if he wants something done, it WILL get done - Little Joe or not...

I LOVE these old shows! They just don't make them like this anymore!!!


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