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Sylvia: Part 2 

Mrs. Olson spreads word that Albert had gotten Sylvia pregnant. Caroline knows this isn't true and confronts her nemesis over this misinformation. Mr. Webb decides that, because of the ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Landon

Writers:

Blanche Hanalis (developed for television by), Laura Ingalls Wilder (based upon the series of books "Little House" by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Landon ... Charles Ingalls
Karen Grassle ... Caroline Ingalls
Melissa Gilbert ... Laura Ingalls Wilder
Melissa Sue Anderson ... Mary Ingalls Kendall (credit only)
Rachel Lindsay Greenbush ... Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
Sidney Greenbush ... Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
Katherine MacGregor ... Harriet Oleson
Alison Arngrim ... Nellie Oleson Dalton
Jonathan Gilbert ... Willie Oleson
Kevin Hagen ... Dr. Hiram Baker
Matthew Labyorteaux ... Albert Quinn Ingalls
Royal Dano ... Mr. Hector Webb
Olivia Barash ... Sylvia Webb
Richard Jaeckel ... Irv Hartwig
Terry Nani Terry Nani ... Boy #1
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Storyline

Mrs. Olson spreads word that Albert had gotten Sylvia pregnant. Caroline knows this isn't true and confronts her nemesis over this misinformation. Mr. Webb decides that, because of the shame his daughter's ordeal brought him, they will move from Walnut Grove. Sylvia decides she'd be happier with Albert, and the two decide to get married. When Mr. Webb finds out Albert had visited her (despite a no-guests rule), he calls Sylvia a whore, and she runs away. Albert - who had gotten a job as at the blacksmith's shop - later helps search for Sylvia, but lets it slip as to her whereabouts to the blacksmith. It all leads to one final confrontation. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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TV-PG

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Language:

English

Release Date:

16 February 1981 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Royal Dano "Sylvia's father" also played Harold "Alice's first husband" in Crossed Connections. See more »

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Charles says to Mrs. Oleson. "Mrs Oleson, you haven't see my son, Albert have you?" Why would he have to say "son" Mrs. Oleson already knows who he is. See more »

Quotes

Sylvia Webb: [when Mr. Webb loads his gun to kill Albert] Pa, no! He's my friend! He was only here for a few minutes and then he left!
Mr. Hector Webb: What was he doing here? What was he doing?
Sylvia Webb: Nothing! Pa, please believe me. Believe me, for once!
Mr. Hector Webb: I can't! How can I believe a whore?
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Sad Episode With Mystery in Spots
4 September 2019 | by audio_untilSee all my reviews

I may edit this review as I think of other things to say. I won't elaborate for now at length of all the specifics of this heart-wrenching episode.

However, I would like to point out something in the goings on in the search for poor Sylvia hiding out at the Old Atkins Place:

When Albert is in the process of trying to obtain money for he and Sylvia to travel away with, and Hartwig the rapist catches him in the process, after Albert tells him his plans, what does Hartwig offer to do?

He tells Albert he will feed and water Albert's horse and put another one with it for Sylvia to travel on. This actually of course lengthens the time Albert took (15 minutes prior to Charles and Hector's asking Mrs. Oleson of Albert's whereabouts) to get home to get the supplies and leave the note. While it gives the rapist both time (and perhaps the means - Albert's horse - since when Albert came back to the blacksmith place, the horse was nowhere around!) to get to the old Atkins' place to attempt a second attack on poor dear Sylvia.

Just my two cents and take on the episode since most have given more details on this sad story.

It is indeed a very heartbreaking tale, and when I first watched it when I was about 17, I was very very sorry that Sylvia had died which made me feel very intensely emotional since at the time there was a death in my family also.


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