Four carnival performers are stranded after the carnival leaves Walton's Mountain, so they stay with the Waltons while they try to get back home.
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Grandma Walton is wiping the kitchen table with a cloth. Her glasses are at the edge of the table beside a pot, out of her reach. A moment later they are in the middle of the table, where the motion of her hand knocks them off the table and they break. See more
[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
Few strangers ever came to Waltons Mountain. We got our news of the outside world from the radio or from an occasional copy of a magazine. But I remember when I was about seventeen, four visitors arrived and gave me my first unexpected glimpse of the other world beyond our mountain.
Auld Lang Syne
Traditional Scottish Ballad
Words by Robert Burns
Performed by cast See more