Mary Ingalls happily accepts Adam Kendall's long-awaited marriage proposal but gets cold feet when she begins to consider the implications of two blind parents raising a family.

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Laura Ingalls
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Nels Oleson
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Harriet Oleson (as Katherine MacGregor)
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Albert Quinn Ingalls
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Mr. Ames
Michelle Downey ...
Susan 'Sue' Goodspeed
Ivan Wideman ...
Thomas
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Mary Ingalls happily accepts Adam Kendall's long-awaited marriage proposal but gets cold feet when she begins to consider the implications of two blind parents raising a family.

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6 November 1978 (USA)  »

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The real Mary Ingalls was never married. See more »

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Adam Kendall: You know, the school's getting way to crowded and I think you should give up your room.
Mary Ingalls: And go where?
Adam Kendall: Into my room?
Mary Ingalls: Adam Kindle, that's not funny!
Adam Kendall: It's not supposed to be funny. It's supposed to be a proposal.
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Say I Do
2 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

The opening scene is really quite humorous as we watch Adam try to get up the nerve to ask Mary to marry him. The proposal itself is even more humorous. But when Charles and Caroline arrive and take a walk down memory lane, Mary is no longer laughing.

The same old insecurities of when Mary just became blind are once again haunting her. This is another one of my favorite episodes as we watch Adam's explosive, angry words at Mary's rejection then see how two blind people in a dust storm come together to find a missing child. The story isn't necessary a romantic one, but it leaves a lot of positive feelings. I love how God is used in this episode as someone personal.

It always makes me wonder what Adam was thinking when suddenly another voice began to speak during the wedding ceremony. We see the surprise on his face, but I often wondered why he didn't say, "Who the heck are you?"


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