|"For My Lady"|
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|Air date||March 10, 1976|
|IMDb||For My Lady|
|Written by||B.W. Sandefur|
|Directed by||William F. Claxton|
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To buy Caroline a new set of china, Charles secretly takes a woodworking job for an attractive young widow. The problem is, Mrs. Oleson plants a suggestion in Caroline's mind that there's more going on than woodworking behind closed doors. Laura and Mary soon decide they need to try to "win Pa back" with plans of their own.
- Michael Landon: Charles Ingalls
- Karen Grassle: Caroline Ingalls
- Melissa Gilbert: Laura Ingalls
- Melissa Sue Anderson: Mary Ingalls
- Lindsay and Sidney Greenbush: Carrie Ingalls
- Barney: Jack
- When Mary and Laura turn to leave the mercantile (right after they tell Nels that they weren't invited to Nellie's party), you can clearly see a 1970's--not 1870's--"Goody" style berette in Mary's hair, made of shiny black plastic.?
- Mariette Hartley, here portraying the widow Thurman, was a very popular character actress in the 1960's and 70's, appearing in everything from "The Twilight Zone" to Kodak commercials to Bill Bixby's love interest in "The Incredible Hulk."?
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