Ponch and Jon track down two thieves who have been stealing shrubs.
Landscape larceny of the plants and shrubs along the Los Angeles freeways poses a $60,000 problem for the CHP and Jon and Ponch.
Delighted with his beautiful new wheat crop, Charles is in a position to buy new dresses for his daughters, a warm coat for Caroline, and maybe even some new boots for himself--not to mention an ideal team of horses that the family's newfound financial position can now afford. It all sounds like a dream come true, but the Ingalls receive a shocking wakeup call when a harsh hailstorm destroys the entire crop.
Mary and Laura begin school at Walnut Grove. While Caroline must deal with the snippy Harriet Oleson, the rich part-owner of Oleson's Mercantile, Laura must deal with her spoiled daughter, Nellie.
Laura and Mary are nervous about their first day of school in Walnut Grove, but they are quickly put at ease by the genuine kindness of their new teacher and the majority of their classmates. Later, when their teacher invites the children's families to a special presentation in the classroom, Laura must come up with her own plan of attack when she realizes that she is not prepared.
As punishment for trespassing on their planet, the inhabitants condemn Capt. Kirk and his landing party to reenact the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
A Jem'Hadar child is found abandoned in the wreckage of a salvaged ship and Odo attempts to raise him to be something other than a ruthless soldier of the Dominion.
As punishment for trespassing, Kirk and crew are forced to re-enact the shootout at the OK Corral.
Harley gets herself into a whole mess of trouble after she steals Bruce Wayne's car and kidnaps his girlfriend.
As head of the town council, Lucas is asked to remove a young boy from the custody of an older man, who many people believe to be incapable of raising the boy.
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