Janie Buell with encouragement from her mother has developed what appears to be a serious relationship with Stacey. Stacey is in a buggy accident with Janie resulting in a broken arm. The broken bones heal but the arm and hand are numb with no feeling or control. Dr. Spaulding calls in a specialist who believes a nerve in his shoulder was affected during the accident. He feels an operation is needed with no guarantee of success plus the chance of infection and losing the arm. Stacey facing a limited future decides to have the operation but there is no immediate change so the doctor orders massages for Stacey and for him to try moving the arm and hand. Mrs. Buell has raised Janie in an affection-less environment resulting in an emotionless Janie not visiting Stacey after the surgery and unable to handle the potential that Stacey may lose the use of him arm permanently. Stacey seeing no recovery plus losing the interest of Janie finds himself losing all hope. Clay fearing Stacey has ... Written by
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The last Virginian episode to feature Don Quine. See more