Dorothy is hesitant about having foot surgery just as she was scheduled to tap dance with Blanche and Rose at a dance recital.
Dorothy is hesitant about having foot surgery.
The Loudons try to procure a proper burial site when they discover that a woman’s body is buried in the basement of the inn, only to find that the woman was tried and hung as a witch.
A 12-year-old boy named Dylan has leukemia and has only been given a few weeks to live. His only dream is to see the Pacific Ocean, and when his overprotective mother is too afraid to take him, Laura and Albert decide to help him get there.
Charles, Mr. Edwards, and two other men take a job that involves handling and transporting explosives. They must deal with many things along the road, including prejudice.
To buy Caroline a new set of china, Charles secretly takes a woodworking job for an attractive young widow. The problem is, Mrs. Oleson plants a suggestion in Mary's mind that there is more going on than woodworking behind closed doors.
When Charles agrees to do some handy work for Widow Thurman, he forfeits any monetary compensation and works instead for Thurman's old china set - a gift that he knows Caroline would love. This does require some sneakiness on Charles' part, and as he spends increasing amounts of time at Widow Thurman's house, Caroline struggles to maintain trust in her husband.
Several people in Walnut Grove get very sick. A quarantine is set up in the church while the source of the illness is sought.
A typhus outbreak sweeps Walnut Grove, and several people become critically ill. The Ingalls family is spared, but Charles is not so lucky when he is exposed.
Several people in Walnut Grove get very sick. A quarantine is set up in the church while the source of the illness is being sought.
Rockford (James Garner) is approached by a young woman who wants him to determine if her father's death was a suicide or a murder. Guest stars: Lindsay Wagner, Bill Mumy. Part 1 of 2.
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