Charles and Caroline are about to adopt James and Cassandra, but then Uncle Jed comes forward demanding custody of the Cooper children.

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... Charles Ingalls
... Caroline Ingalls
... Laura Ingalls Wilder
... Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
... Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
... Harriet Oleson (as Katherine MacGregor)
... Nels Oleson
... Almanzo James Wilder
... Willie Oleson
... Nancy Oleson
... James Cooper Ingalls
Melissa Francis ... Cassandra Cooper Ingalls (as Missy Francis)
Wendi Turnbaugh ... Grace Ingalls
Brenda Turnbaugh ... Grace Ingalls
... Dr. Hiram Baker
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Charles and Caroline are about to adopt James and Cassandra, but then Uncle Jed comes forward demanding custody of the Cooper children.

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1 February 1982 (USA)  »

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Uncle Jed is the 4th character played by E.J. André on the series. His first appearance was a one line speaking role as a gun dealer in "His Father's Son" in season 2. His second character was Jonathan Simms in the episode going home at the end of season 2. He returned in season 3 as prospector Zachariah in the season finale "Gold Country" His final appearance was as Uncle Jed. See more »

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Hello and Goodbye!
17 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

Remember Uncle Jed, James and Cassandra's uncle? He was not having much luck striking rich and he couldn't take the kids. Well guess what? His luck changed and he know what's the kids in his life. No only does he want them in his life - he wants them to move away and come live with him.

I didn't really care for Uncle Jed. Any person who will be so disrespectful as to say he'll leave it up to the children, and then take the cruel way at forcing them isn't much good in my opinion! The kids were fine where they were - and they were happy. They definitely got a lot more out of a loving family situation than they would have living with an old man in a big house!


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