Season 2 - Little House (on the Prairie)

Little House (on the Prairie) - Season 2

Little House (on the Prairie)

Little House (on the Prairie)

Produced:
1974 - 1984

Number of episodes:
210 Episodes in 9 Seasons
70sDramaRomanceWestern

Little House (on the Prairie) - Season 2

Little House (on the Prairie) - Season 2

Little House (on the Prairie) - Season 2
Little House (on the Prairie)
Season 2
Number of episodes:
22
First Air Date:
September 10, 1975

- Season 2

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Man schrieb das Jahr 1878, der amerikanische Westen wurde erobert, und die Ingalls gehörten zu den vielen, die dort einen Neuanfang wagten. Charles, seine junge Frau Caroline und ihre drei Töchter Mary, Laura und Carrie verstauten ihre Habseligkeiten in einem Pferdewagen, verabschiedeten sich von Verwandten und Freunden, und zogen gen Westen. Schließlich erreichten sie die Prärie von Minnesota und erbauten am Plum Creek eine Farm. Um ihren Traum zu verwirklichen, müssen die Ingalls um jeden Quadratzentimeter ihres Ackerbodens kämpfen und zahllose Probleme meistern: Krankheiten, Naturgewalten, die Vorurteile ihrer neuen Nachbarn und die Strapazen einer feindseligen Umwelt.

The Richest Man in Walnut Grove


Season 2, Episode 1

First Air Date:
September 10, 1975

Episode Details

Die allgemeine Arbeitslosigkeit trifft nun auch Charles Ingalls. Und das ausgerechnet zu einem Zeitpunkt, als er bei den Olesons Schulden hat. Die können nun erst recht nicht beglichen werden. Als Mrs. Oleson einen weiteren Kredit verweigert, beschließt der Familienrat, alle Möglichkeiten zu nutzen, um an Geld zu kommen. Mrs. Oleson kommt aus dem Staunen nicht mehr heraus, als Charles eines Tages mit einem Schlag alles bezahlt. Es scheint, als sei er über Nacht reich geworden.

Four Eyes


Season 2, Episode 2

First Air Date:
September 17, 1975

Episode Details

The mysterious decline in Mary's school performance is explained when Charles discovers that she needs glasses; but the joyous self-confidence that comes with Mary's improved eyesight is short-lived after Nellie and Willie incite the rest of the class to call her "Four Eyes" and tease that she'll end up a spinster like teacher, Miss Beadle.

Ebenezer Sprague


Season 2, Episode 3

First Air Date:
September 24, 1975

Episode Details

Laura Ingalls is stunned to learn that her amiable fishing friend is none other than Walnut Grove's new banker, miserly Ebenezer Sprague, and heartbroken when he accuses her of becoming his friend to secure a loan for her family.

In the Big Inning


Season 2, Episode 4

First Air Date:
October 1, 1975

Episode Details

Jebediah Mumfort's keen eye and fast arm seem to be just what Walnut Grove's baseball team needs to go up against Sleepy Eye's powerful hurler, Slick McBurney, and end their long-standing losing streak. But, hopes are dashed when his devout wife, Margaret, finds out that most of the town is wagering on the outcome of the game and refuses to let him play; until Caroline Ingalls proposes a creative solution that may save the day and give Walnut Grove the chance to finally defeat their nemesis .

Haunted House


Season 2, Episode 5

First Air Date:
October 8, 1975

Episode Details

Although many in Walnut Grove think he's a homicidal maniac who lives in a haunted house, brave Laura Ingalls befriends mysterious hermit, Amos Pike, and soon discovers the truth behind both the rumors and the old man's reclusive life.

The Spring Dance


Season 2, Episode 6

First Air Date:
October 29, 1975

Episode Details

Caroline is puzzled when her plan to provoke Isaiah Edwards to jealousy doesn't result in an invitation to the annual spring dance for his anxious gal, Grace Snider, until Charles reminds her what happened when she tried the same tactic with him years before.

Remember Me: Part 1


Season 2, Episode 7

First Air Date:
November 5, 1975

Episode Details

A woman of strong faith, widow Julia Sanderson is unafraid of Doc Baker's diagnosis of incurable cancer, but knows she must help her three children cope with the news of her imminent death and secures neighbor Charles Ingalls' help, and his promise, to keep them together in a good home after she's gone.

Remember Me: Part 2


Season 2, Episode 8

First Air Date:
November 12, 1975

Episode Details

When it appears no Walnut Grove family will adopt all three of the Sanderson children together, a weary Charles fears he must break his promise to their mother, resigning himself to finding good homes for them, even if it means one of them may be forced to move far away from the other two.

The Camp-Out


Season 2, Episode 9

First Air Date:
November 19, 1975

Episode Details

In spite of a rocky start and over Charles' strong objections, the Olesons accompany the Ingalls on a family camping trip and, surprisingly, the oft-feuding families begin to enjoy each other's company. But will the warming relationship between them survive a cold plunge into a rushing river and Willie's rash decision to add a special leaf to his collection...the one that Mary won't touch?

At the End of the Rainbow


Season 2, Episode 10

First Air Date:
December 10, 1975

Episode Details

Laura swears her friend Jonah to secrecy after the two uncover a shiny golden ore lying in the bed of their favorite fishing hole and both begin planning what they will do with the great wealth they are sure to have once they've mined their treasure and taken it to the bank.

The Gift


Season 2, Episode 11

First Air Date:
December 17, 1975

Episode Details

With the money they raised, the Sunday school class decides to buy a new Bible for Reverend Alden's birthday. Mary is entrusted with the total revenue: $1.67, and the new Bible they'd like to buy costs $3.00. Laura has an idea how they can quickly turn their $1.67 into $3.00: by spending the money on holistic medicines and selling them at 25 cents a bottle. They'd raise $3.00 in no time. However, their first attempts at pedaling the medicine prove unsuccessful. As the reverend's birthday draws ever closer, Mary and Laura, having sold no medicine, are faced with a huge dilemma. Will they fess up and admit to Reverend Alden that they have no gift to bring, or have they, in a way, already given him a much more valuable gift?

His Father's Son


Season 2, Episode 12

First Air Date:
January 7, 1976

Episode Details

Trying to interest his newly adopted son in more "manly" pursuits than reading and writing poetry, Isaiah Edwards buys a rifle for John Jr.'s birthday and stubbornly insists that the two of them go turkey hunting, even though the sensitive teenager has made it plain that he doesn't want to go. But a life-threatening situation during the hunt and a secret revealed afterward, result in a life-changing event for both of them.

The Talking Machine


Season 2, Episode 13

First Air Date:
January 14, 1976

Episode Details

A new-fangled talking machine that has the ability to record voices is just what treacherous Nellie Oleson needs to embarrass rival Laura Ingalls when both girls vie for the same boy's affections.

The Pride of Walnut Grove


Season 2, Episode 14

First Air Date:
January 28, 1976

Episode Details

Mary worries that she'll disappoint Walnut Grove if she doesn't place first in the state mathematics competition after the community pays her way to represent them; meanwhile Laura's feelings of jealousy towards her older sister are soothed and she begins to feel more grown-up after her wise Pa asks her to take charge of the Ingalls household while Carolyn accompanies Mary to Minneapolis.

A Matter of Faith


Season 2, Episode 15

First Air Date:
February 4, 1976

Episode Details

Carolyn Ingalls sends her family on ahead to the picnic grounds for the week-end, planning to join them after baking pies for a church fund-raiser, unaware that a simple scratch on her leg is quickly festering into a life-threatening infection.

The Runaway Caboose


Season 2, Episode 16

First Air Date:
February 11, 1976

Episode Details

While on a trip to Springfield, Carl Edwards accidentally releases the brake on a caboose that he, Mary and Laura are exploring, sending the lone car and the terrified trio hurtling down the tracks towards an oncoming express train.

Troublemaker


Season 2, Episode 17

First Air Date:
February 25, 1976

Episode Details

When teacher, Miss Beadle, is deemed unable to control some of the rowdy, older boys in her class, Mrs. Oleson convinces the Walnut Grove school board to replace her with a firmer, male hand. But the new schoolmaster tries to bully his students into submission and singles little Laura out as a troublemaker, blaming and punishing her for the slightest infraction even when she isn't the one responsible.

The Long Road Home


Season 2, Episode 18

First Air Date:
March 3, 1976

Episode Details

When their grain doesn't sell for enough to see their families through the winter, Charles and Isaiah hire on with the railroad to haul a wagon-load of highly explosive nitroglycerin over a treacherous mountain road and, as their journey progresses, find themselves dealing with situations almost as volatile as the freight they so carefully carry.

For My Lady


Season 2, Episode 19

First Air Date:
March 10, 1976

Episode Details

Caroline and the girls can't help but think the worst when Charles begins to behave mysteriously and later lies about the amount of time he has spent doing carpentry work for their lovely, young neighbor, the widow Elizabeth Thurman.

Centennial


Season 2, Episode 20

First Air Date:
March 17, 1976

Episode Details

An immigrant family provides an example of thankfulness and a reminder that freedom isn't free after a property tax increase leaves most of Walnut Grove in no mood to celebrate the United States' 100th birthday.

Soldier's Return


Season 2, Episode 21

First Air Date:
March 24, 1976

Episode Details

Coming home after 12 years of performing with a busy Philadelphia orchestra, Mrs. Whipple's troubled son, Granville, hopes that the peace of Walnut Grove will help him shake the nightmares and the morphine addiction that resulted from an incident during the Civil War Battle of Shiloh.

Going Home


Season 2, Episode 22

First Air Date:
March 31, 1976

Episode Details

Overwhelmed by the senseless destruction left in the wake of a devastating tornado, a bone-weary Charles Ingalls convinces himself to give up trying to make a life for his family on an unforgiving prairie, puts the farm up for sale and prepares to move back to the big woods where he was born.

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1977
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