Little House on the Prairie

Season 8 Episode 8

Chicago

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Aired Wednesday 12:00 AM Nov 23, 1981 on NBC
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Charles travels to Chicago to comfort a deeply grieving Mr. Edwards, whose son John Jr. had died in a tragic accident. But that grief soon gives way to rage when it becomes apparent John Jr.'s death was no accident. Charles and Mr. Edwards enlist the aid of the editor of the newspaper where John Jr. worked to uncover the truth.moreless

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    Dean Butler

    Dean Butler

    Almanzo James Wilder (co-star prior to season 7)

    Melissa Gilbert

    Melissa Gilbert

    Laura Elizabeth Ingalls/Wilder

    Richard Bull

    Richard Bull

    Nels Oleson

    Michael Landon

    Michael Landon

    Charles Ingalls (1974 - 1982)

    Karen Grassle

    Karen Grassle

    Caroline Quiner Holbrook Ingalls (1974 - 1982)

    M. Emmet Walsh

    M. Emmet Walsh

    Callahan

    Guest Star

    Gene Ross

    Gene Ross

    Drummond

    Guest Star

    Chez Lister

    Chez Lister

    B. J. Jackson

    Guest Star

    Victor French

    Victor French

    Mr. Edwards

    Recurring Role

    Ruth Foster

    Ruth Foster

    Mrs. Foster

    Recurring Role

    Jack Lilley

    Jack Lilley

    Wagon Driver

    Recurring Role

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      • Charles was telling Laura that he would take her and John Jr fishing and that he would get jealous because she caught the bigger fish. However, Laura mostly spent time with Carl and its shown in the episode, "His Father's Son," that John Jr. does not like to harm animals. John also preferred spending hi time with Mary.

      • Goof: A definite goof. When Callahan takes the ledger from the pawn broker's he put it under his arm. Outside, it is still there as he chats to Charles and Mr. Edwards. All that rain in the early 1880's and no plastic cover for the book! Wouldn't an investigative journalist with such important records, at least put it under his rainproof coat? Judge for yourself.

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