Mrs. Oleson decides that reopening Nellie's Restaurant and Hotel as a franchised restaurant will result in big business for the fledgling business. Does she have what it takes to meet the demands of a tough franchiser, and can she fight off unexpected competition from Charles and Nels when they open up their own restaurant?
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Did You Know?
In the season 8 episode Wave Of The Future, the show featured another huge liberty with time-lines, as was often the case with LHOTP. At the end of the episode, a character (unnamed, but clearly Colonel Sanders) asks Harriet if she wants her restaurant to become part of a fried chicken franchise. This would have been rather difficult in real life as Sanders was not born until 1890 and didn't start the first KFC franchise until 1952. See more
At the end of the episode, Mrs. Oleson is approached by a man looking like Colonel Sanders of KFC fame, asking her if she would like to serve only fried chicken at her restaurant. As the show took a lot of liberties with characters, it was the case here. Colonel Harland Sanders was not born until 1890, and didn't start his first Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise until 1952. See more
The same pan fried steak?