Charles was born in the county right next to mine. 32 miles from where I grew up.
BTW, we know Albert had a morphine addiction, were there any "ladies of the evening" storylines on LHOTP? I'm assuming there were, considering they had quite a few episodes centered around the big city.
When I'm old, I don't want them to say of me, "She's so charming." I want them to say, "Be careful, I think she's armed."
Fact of Life: After Monday and Tuesday even the calendar says W T F
They also interviewed both Melissas, & MSA said a lot of the women on the show wore wigs to replicate the styles of the time. Miss Beadle's hair is painfully obviously a wig.
^^^Also the "Little Women"episode where Nellie gets fitted for for a wig during one of the play rehersals.
I love the dream sequences. Being born on Halloween gave Michael Landon a twisted sense of
( ps I just rewatched this one yesterday, my memory is not THAt good!!!!
( the episode also included Mary coming along to see her boyfriend who was ready to dump her) good times!!!
That was the Grange convention. I don't remember the name of the episode.
Darn that John.
^^^^ "Times Of Change" from Season 4.
My b-day is tomorrow, & I'm always the one who brings the entertainment for after-dinners with my parents, so I decided to bring over a couple eppys from Season 2 - "The Gift"(Laura & Mary use the Sunday School $$ to buy medicines to sell to try to buy Rev. Alden a better birthday present than the one they can actually afford); The Richest Man in Walnut Grove (family pulls together to raise the cash to pay off their debt at the Mercantile); & "Centennial" (Russian immigrant loses his house and land in a tax sale because he doesn't realize that when he purchased the land he also purchased the tax liability). One of my dad's favorite singers plays the role of the Russian (no one else can speak and sing as convincingly in Russian or in the Russian accent as Theo Bikel).
Here is a boring YT about ILNY from the 70s. No one mentioned your upstate NY heritage. It's all about Manhattan. And sorry, when I went skiing, my family went to Vermont.
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How was Pa paying the hookers? Weren't the Ingalls dirt poor?
I got it-He fake fiddled in the lounge area, and was paid via the barter system for providing the evening's entertainment.
Was this show really so soapy? I think I watched it as kid for a year or two, but I don't remember bath houses, prostitutes, and morphine addicted children.
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Tonight's episode: Charles cures alcoholism