Verdie's husband Harley is arrested for an old crime. John tries to prove his innocence or a way to avoid prison. John-Boy and Toni try to find Jason in France. Corabeth stops working at ... See full summary »

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Mary Ellen Walton (as Judy Norton-Taylor)
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Jason Walton
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Erin Walton
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Ben Walton
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Jim-Bob Walton (credit only)
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Elizabeth Walton
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Ike Godsey
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Corabeth Godsey
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The Narrator (voice) (as Earl Hamner)
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Rose Burton
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Cindy Brunson Walton
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John-Boy Walton
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Drew Cutler
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Norman (as Jordan Suffin)
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Verdie's husband Harley is arrested for an old crime. John tries to prove his innocence or a way to avoid prison. John-Boy and Toni try to find Jason in France. Corabeth stops working at the store. Elizabeth puts off Drew to ride her horse. Written by Bernie

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Drama | Family | Romance

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27 November 1980 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is one of the few episodes where, at the end, there is no "goodnight" sequence. The family goes to Charlottesville to pay their last respects to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In the final shot, the train passes by with the president's coffin seen through the windows of the last car. The train continues on, and fades into the distance. See more »

Goofs

Ben's chief petty officer wears the hat of a commissioned officer. A chief petty officer wears a hat that has an anchor and "USN" across it. See more »

Quotes

John Walton, Sr.: [as the train bearing the body of President Roosevelt passes by] Goodnight, Mr. President.
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