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Little House on the Prairie

The Richest Man in Walnut Grove

Episode: 025 | Aired: September 10, 1975

Financial hardship hits the Ingalls after the mill is forced to close and Charles doesn't get his expected pay. While Charles is forced to take multiple jobs and his family pitches in to contribute, Nels admires Charles for having a supportive family.

Four Eyes

Episode: 026 | Aired: September 17, 1975

Mary gets new glasses to help her do better in school. Her love for the glasses turns into hate once her classmates begin to humiliate her. Only Miss Beadle can convince her to appreciate the glasses.

Ebenezer Sprague

Episode: 027 | Aired: September 24, 1975

Laura befriends Ebenezer, the new miserly banker in town. Once he discovers she's the daughter of Charles, Ebenezer thinks she was sent to trick him into giving her father a loan.

In The Big Inning

Episode: 028 | Aired: October 01, 1975

Walnut Grove's baseball team is sure to win the big game with Mr. Mumford pitching. But when his wife discovers the townspeople betting on the game, she insists her husband not play. Caroline tries to change her mind so people won't lose their money.

Haunted House

Episode: 029 | Aired: October 08, 1975

On a dare from Nellie, Laura ventures into a haunted house - only to discover a nice old man waiting for his dead wife to return.

The Spring Dance

Episode: 030 | Aired: October 29, 1975

Laura and Grace Snider scheme to get their crushes to ask them to the Spring Dance.

Remember Me, Part I

Episode: 031 | Aired: November 05, 1975

Dying widow Julia Sanderson asks Charles to help her find a home for her three children.

Remember Me, Part II

Episode: 032 | Aired: November 12, 1975

Charles struggles to find a home for Julia Sanderson's three orphaned children. Reluctantly, he decides to separate them to different families. Mr. Edwards, who has been helping Grace Snider take care of the children in the interim, doesn't want the children to suffer from being separated and realizes he doesn't want to be alone any longer....he asks Grace to marry him and they adopt all three children.

The Camp-Out

Episode: 033 | Aired: November 19, 1975

Mrs. Oleson, worried that the Ingalls children will beat Nellie and Willie in a leaf-gathering project for school, decides that she and her children will accompany the Ingalls on a campout. The Olesons do not take easily to roughing it.

At the End of the Rainbow

Episode: 034 | Aired: December 10, 1975

Laura and her friend think theyve discovered gold in a stream. Laura imagines all the things shell be able to do for her family with her wealth. But dreams turn to disappointment when they try to cash in.

The Gift

Episode: 035 | Aired: December 17, 1975

Mary and her classmates raise money to buy a birthday gift for Reverend Alden. But instead of purchasing the gift, Laura and Mary decide to use the money to invest in another item that's sure to bring more money. To their great dismay, the plan doesn't work.

His Father's Son

Episode: 036 | Aired: January 07, 1976

Mr. Edwards tries to encourage his adopted son John to develop a greater interest in hunting. But John is more of a poet and a dreamer than a hunter, and writes Mr. Edwards a letter to explain his feelings. When Mr. Edwards does not respond, John thinks Mr. Edwards doesnt love him. The confusion between the two turns dangerous on a hunting trip.

The Talking Machine

Episode: 037 | Aired: January 14, 1976

Laura and Nellie compete for the affections of Jason, a new boy in school. Nellie pulls the Walnut Grove version of the three-way calling trick on Laura when she encourages her to talk about her feelings for Jason while Willie records them. Why is Nellie SO MEAN?!

The Pride of Walnut Grove

Episode: 038 | Aired: January 28, 1976

Mary has the opportunity to compete in a state math contest but is disappointed when she discovers her family does not have the money to send her. The town council decides to pay all of these costs, since Mary would be representing Walnut Grove.

A Matter of Faith

Episode: 039 | Aired: February 04, 1976

While Charles and the girls are away on a trip, Caroline is injured by a rusty nail. She becomes critically ill and must find a way to treat the infection on her own.

The Runaway Caboose

Episode: 040 | Aired: February 11, 1976

Laura, Mary and Mr. Edwardss adopted son, Carl, go along with Charles and Mr. Edwards to a train station, where they find themselves in danger when they wander into a train caboose.

Troublemaker

Episode: 041 | Aired: February 25, 1976

Ms. Beadle has trouble maintaining order in the classroom when the older students return to school after harvest. The school board hires a new teacher, Hannibal Applewood, to deal with the problem. Laura quickly becomes the target of his nasty temper.

The Long Road Home

Episode: 042 | Aired: March 03, 1976

Road trip! Charles and Mr. Edwards get a job delivering explosives along with two other men, Murphy and Henry Hill. While they dont have to deal with any GoodFellas, they do have to cope with road obstructions, bandits, animosity between Murphy (who is white) and Henry (who is black), and the possibility of getting blown up by nitroglycerin.

For My Lady

Episode: 043 | Aired: March 10, 1976

Charles takes a job working for the lovely young widow Thurman in exchange for an expensive set of china for Caroline. To surprise Caroline with the gift, he tells a few white lies. Caroline assumes the worst.

Centennial

Episode: 044 | Aired: March 17, 1976

The Independence Day celebration is threatened when a property tax increase causes turmoil in Walnut Grove. Yuri, a recent Russian immigrant, loses his property but is still happy to be in America.

Soldier's Return

Episode: 045 | Aired: March 24, 1976

Its a bittersweet homecoming when a soldier returns from the Civil War haunted, broken and addicted to morphine.

Going Home

Episode: 046 | Aired: March 31, 1976

Distraught after his crops are ruined by a tornado, Charles decides to move his family back to the Big Woods of Wisconsin.