The Waltons: Season 9, Episode 17

The Threshold (2 Apr. 1981)

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John-Boy needs a job. At the university, he convinces them to let him set up a television media program. He hosts a television spot. Jim-Bob builds a television so they can see the show. Zuleika tries to come between Rose and Stanley.

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Mary Ellen Walton (as Judy Norton-Taylor)
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John-Boy needs a job. At the university, he convinces them to let him set up a television media program. He hosts a television spot. Jim-Bob builds a television so they can see the show. Zuleika tries to come between Rose and Stanley.

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Narrator: [narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal] The post-war world is an era of innovation. We stood upon the threshold of a new age which was ruled by sudden change. Technical advancements in medicine, science, and electronics had a profound effect on the way we lived and thought. None of us dreamed how deeply we would be affected by those advancements even though we were close by when it all began.
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