John-Boy sees a young innocent looking girl who appears to be traveling alone. He takes her home. She seems to fit in, but Grandpa sees through her.
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The Baldwin sisters' car is a rare 1920s American luxury car that featured an air-cooled engine. See more
When Jim Bob sneaks out to hide in John Boy's car he leaves the carved duck on the chair, and then at the end it is found by his father in the back of John Boy's car. See more
[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
Being the oldest in a large family was in many ways a blessing; in other ways it could be a burden. For one thing, it meant I gave up earlier some of the carefree and irresponsible joys of being young. It wasn't until I was spending some extra time at home during a break between semesters that I realised I was not only being big brother to my own family but to the world at large.
Bringing in the Sheaves
Music by George A. Minor
Lyrics by Knowles Shaw
Sung by Nifty and Muffy in the jailhouse See more