The Waltons: Season 4, Episode 4

The Prophecy (2 Oct. 1975)

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John's 25th high school reunion is being planned; he thinks he is not successful, but at the reunion, everyone thinks he is the winner. John-Boy fears he will never make a living as a writer. Jim-Bob makes a profound comment.

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Olivia Walton (as Miss Michael Learned)
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Erin Walton (as Mary Elizabeth McDonough)
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John's 25th high school reunion is being planned; he thinks he is not successful, but at the reunion, everyone thinks he is the winner. John-Boy fears he will never make a living as a writer. Jim-Bob makes a profound comment.

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Jim-Bob Walton: [Jim-Bob rides to the house with a letter for John-Boy, sitting on the steps, writing "10,000" in the sand] Ten thousand what?
John-Boy Walton: Huh?
Jim-Bob Walton: I said, "Ten thousand what?"
John-Boy Walton: Ten thousand unemployed writers in this country today.
Jim-Bob Walton: That's silly.
John-Boy Walton: What's silly about ten thousand unemployed writers?
Jim-Bob Walton: Just because you're nineteen years old, doesn't mean everyone else is dumb.
John-Boy Walton: I never said you were dumb.
John-Boy Walton: Well, the way you tell it, a writer is somebody who's supposed to be somebody who thinks things up and puts 'em on...
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Till We Meet Again
Lyrics by Ray Egan
Music by Richard A. Whiting
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