A breathless episode-by-episode rundown of Little House On The Prairie by Kim Reed.
The weather outside is frightful and Miss Beadle just let all the kids out of school and straight into a blizzard.
Apr 17, 2018
While on a hunting trip, Pa gets shot with his own rifle. Laura and Burl Ives come to his rescue.
Apr 10, 2018
Some bullies have moved into town, and Pa takes the brunt of their punishment.
Apr 3, 2018
Laura adopts a pet goat, but he can't stop eating, and also butting people in the rear end
Laura loses trust in her grandfather, then finds a way to repair their relationship. Plus! A dead horse and a failed train hopping!
Pa tries to convince his widowed father to move to a little house on the prairie (or, anywhere in walnut grove) but his father just wants everyone (including Pa) to leave him alone.
It's Halloween, and therefore time for a semi-spooky tale that is not that spooky -- or, honestly, not much of a tale.
Baby Carrie falls down a well and only the town drunk can save her. Whether or not they should want to save Carrie? Kim Reed will let you decide.
Harriet is her enabler, as she buys Nellie a thoroughbred horse just so she can beat Laura in some dumb race.
Johnny Cash plays an ex-con who wants to bilk the people of Walnut Grove out of cash (and goods) by pretending to be a reverend -- and June Carter Cash shows up too!
After yet another crop failure, Pa decides to pack it in and head home to Wisconsin.
A Civil War veteran has a monkey on his back and Walnut Grove is not really ready for an intervention.
Walnut Grove gets hit with a property tax increase, and the residents decide they hate America.
Everyone thinks Pa is cheating on Ma and that widows are super-thirsty sex maniacs.
Pa hauls explosives and solves racism with an assist from Mr. Edwards, and a young and foxy Louis Gossett Jr.
Can Miss Beadle handle these burly teenagers, or will she lose her job?
Carl Edwards nearly gets a lot of people killed, including himself.
Ma's left alone with a massive leg infection and a sharp knife.
Mary feels the pressure when she's chosen to compete in a statewide math competition.
Nellie tries to sabotage Laura's budding relationship with the new boy by using technology.
But he really, really doesn't want it.
Mary and Laura take a chance with the Sunday School money.
What if Ingalls, but rich? And what if Olesons, but poor?
As if their entire pioneer lives aren't basically one giant camping trip.
Mr. Edwards almost allows the Sanderson kids to get split up because he's scared of being vulnerable.
With their mother dying, Pa promises to find the Sanderson kids a new home.
Laura and widow Snyder each need a date for the spring dance.
Laura befriends the town hermit and helps him find God.
Walnut Grove's terrible baseball team procures a pitcher
The town banker has Pa's financial fate in his hands.
Mary has either turned dumb or needs glasses.
Harriet Oleson has a lot to say about the Ingalls family's debt to the Mercantile.
And everyone else competes in various feats of strength at Founder's Day in the first season finale.
Johnny runs away to Mankato where he learns some hard lessons.
And there's a bloodthirsty US Marshal and a renegade Sioux on the loose!
But this time, it's not totally his fault.
When a drunk neighbor abuses his child, Pa figures out how to cure his alcoholism.
A flim-flam man comes to Walnut Grove, and Laura gets conned.
Tainted cornmeal threatens to take down all of Walnut Grove.
But will the couple be able to overcome their age gap?
The Olesons finally reach the breaking point and split up.
Without much money, the Ingalls family gets creative with their holiday gift giving.
Laura is jealous of her new baby brother, and thinks that her mean thoughts have led to his demise.
Mary lies to Ma, Miss Beadle, Mr. Oleson, and most importantly, herself when she gets her eyes on a prize at school.
Walnut Grove's citizens can't agree on a bell for the church.
Laura's pet raccoon might be the family's downfall
Ma tries her hand at teaching but will one giant student prove to be her downfall?
Ma and Pa get away for a few days and leave Mr. Edwards in charge, with comedic results.
Pa proves his genius yet again when he invents a shoe to help a girl named Olga walk normally.
An old bag has to pretend to be dead in order to get her kids to visit her, and the Ingalls family helps.
Laura has her first crush, but older man Johnny Johnson only has eyes for Mary.
Mr. Edwards joins the Ingalls family in Walnut Grove, even though they lack a saloon.
When hail ruins the wheat crop, Pa has to take a risky job involving explosives so the family can survive the winter.
Laura and Mary start school and meet the boss bitch, Nellie Oleson.
The Ingalls family moves to Walnut Grove, where they meet a mean leprechaun.