Little House on the Prairie 50th Anniversary Cast Reunion and Festival

by Website Editors | Nov 13, 2023

Calling all Little House on the Prairie fans! Get ready for the ultimate celebration of your favorite television series. The Little House on the Prairie 50th Anniversary Cast Reunion & Festival is a once-in-a-lifetime event taking place March 22, 23, and 24, 2024 in Simi Valley, California where the original TV series was filmed. 

Festival Highlights

 

Meet The Cast

You’ll have the chance to meet the original cast members, including Melissa Gilbert, Karen Grassle, Alison Arngrim, Charlotte Stewart, Dean Butler, and many more. Get autographs and take selfies with your favorite cast members as you talk about your most-loved episodes. During interactive Q&A sessions, engage in discussions with the cast and creators to gain a deeper understanding of the show and find out what they’ve been up to since the finale.

Tour The Set

Visitors can also take an exclusive on-location tour of Big Sky Ranch, the actual filming location of Little House on the Prairie, and many other movies and shows, including Gunsmoke, Highway to Heaven, and Father Murphy. This March, you can get up close and personal with meticulously recreated Little House set facades, including the famous Ingalls house and Oleson’s Mercantile. Knowledgeable guides will share behind-the-scenes stories of the show’s creation, offering insights into set design, props, costume recreations, and original artifacts from the show.

Festival Atmosphere

Enjoy live music and indulge in delicious treats. Participate in interactive workshops that offer insights into frontier life, historical context, and the production of the show. Plus, exclusive screenings will be available for attendees to relive the show’s most memorable moments.

Tickets

General admission tickets cost $45 for adults and $15 for children aged 5-12. VIP Experience tickets cost $200 for adults and $100 for children aged 5-12. The Big Sky Movie Ranch Tour ticket costs $75. Tickets are available for purchase at littlehousefestival.com.

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1,131 Comments

  1. Can you please open other dates for this event, we missed it and I know many who would love to go.

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  2. The LIttle House the praire 50th Anniversary Tor Love Melissa Gilbert Alison Arngrim Jonathan Gilbert Simi Valley Big sky Ranch see Love my love my favorite one fan BIG 💖

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  3. cant wait

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  4. Haven’t seen Albert yet

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  5. Ich liebe diese Serie. Ich habe sie als kleines Kind schon geschaut. Mittlerweilen habe ich alle DVD`s, und schaue sie immer noch. 50 Jahre! Ohh man wird alt…
    Wie schön das gefeiert wird.

    Liebe Grüße aus Hamburg/Germany

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  6. Outside of the festival is this open to the public with on going tours on a regular basis?

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    • Wow, what a great celebration! 50th year anniversary of Little House on the Prairie!! Watched it right from the start!!! Love this great show‼️♥️🇨🇦

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  7. Wowwww! How awesome! 50 years has flown by. I’ve read the book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder (we happen to share the same month/day of birth Feb. 7th!) twice now and will probably read the books again, I love the stories so much. My daughter and I watched the TV series faithfully through the years. Laura letting Nellie roll down the bank and into the pond is one of my favorite episodes out of the many in which she was featured.

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  8. Hello, is there any possibility of an event in Canada? I live near Toronto and there is nothing I would like more than to attend one- my absolute favourite show

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  9. My family has always cherished Little House on the Prairie. We purchased all of them on disk when my oldest (who is now 22 and married) was a toddler. She had to dress up like Laura and have her hair in braids all the time throughout her childhood. We even had the old fashioned bonnets. Our other 3 kids have grown up watching them and role playing their favorite parts of the show as well. Moving onto 20 acres when our youngest (who is now 13) was a baby, made it easier to pretend they were living a Little House story. We still all curl up on the couch and watch multiple episodes on Peacock together.
    Celebrating 50 years by meeting the cast and being apart of the tour would be our family’s dream come true. My husband is so selfless like the character Pa and always has put his family first. Unfortunately we cannot make it out to California from Michigan. My 16 year old son just had surgery a couple months ago and traveling so far would be a challenge for him. I am hoping there are other opportunities in the future for our family to visit the Little House in the Prairie series location! That is definitely towards the top of our bucket list!!

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  10. I came to Canada 25 years ago, I was only 15 years old from Ukraine I didn’t know English at all, I learned how to speak by watching little house on the prairie if you want to know how huge fan I am, I know all episodes by heart. This is such amazing opportunity if I ever got the chance to meet everyone I would probably end up crying. Little house is everything to me 💕 much love Svitlana

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  11. I never missed one episode of Little House. I was going to college on the nights that it would air. I would record it on my VCR…lol. When I got home, the first thing I did was to watch it and cry. It always made me cry. Now, I watch it every morning on COZI. I would love to be at this reunion, but it isn’t possible for me. I hope to be able to see some posts about it and all of the former cast members that are there.
    Thank you,
    Kathy Chancellor

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  12. I just love love this show I grew up watching and still watch it everyday. Would love to meet them all but I can’t travel I have a lung disease that limits me from going places .I do love me some Laura Ingals Wilder (halfpint)Melissa Gilbert.and some Ester Sue.

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  13. Little house on the Prairie has been my favorite show since I was a little girl. Now my daughter loves it just as much!

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  14. Will there be any kind of filming of the event for those who can’t be there from across the country ….

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  15. Such a brilliant childhood program when growing up I was only 6 yrs old when it first aired but it probably didn’t arrive in New Zealand for 2 yrs after.
    Even 30 yrs on it’s still a great program to watch I even bought my son up on it showing him the good family morals the show portrayed.

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  16. LHOTP has been a show that I have watched since I was a little girl. The women of Walnut Grove helped me grow up because I lost my mom when I was very young. I looked up to these beautiful women and I would love to be a part of this community.

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  17. Little house on the prairie was a wonderful part of my youth. I for one am so grateful to have for these memories 💖

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  18. Thank you!

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  19. If you are attending the event, are you dressing up like the show ?

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    • I am!!! I’m going full prairie nerd!!!

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  20. When I was a child and later an elementary teacher, I loved to read Laura Ingalls Wilder books 📚. I was glued to the television watching Little House.
    My best friend just passed away in September and she was a HUGE fan. Thank you for the wholesome show. I wish I could attend the anniversary, but I will be thinking of you. Everyone, enjoy 😉!!!

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  21. Will they be adding extra tickets for the bus tour??

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    • That is a great question because nobody wants to miss out on this part!!!
      I think it makes the most sense to include the tour automatically in the cost of admission.
      It seems a shame to attend the Semi Valley event and not be able to participate in the tour of the set.
      So upset that I have to miss it.

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  22. I’m addicted to Little House on the Prairie. I have the complete set of the show including the movies even the books. I follow Melissa Gilbert on Instagram. Probably heard all of this before.

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  23. I love the series ❣️I am 64 & have been watching it from the beginning I guess. Now I watch the reruns & the reruns of those. Most of the time it is so much better than what is on TV now days and the past decade.
    Will the reunion air on the TV ? If so, what station will it be on ?
    I hope for all those coming up & even all ages that just haven’t ever seen a LHOTP show that they see one, fall mesmerized by it & love ❤️ it as much as I & millions of others have.

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  24. I managed too get all the complete series of the little house on the prairie been watching this fabulous many years now

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  25. I loved the stories I was in the six grade when I first got to read Little House on the prairie my teacher read the books and I fell in love with the life style even though it was hard I still loved the stories Laura told of her up bringing. A few years back I got to go to the Museum in MN that was by chance and was on my bucket list.

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  26. I just saw Alison’s show in Sierra Madre last night.

    She, and some of the audience members were talking about this event.

    I could probably do Saturday?

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  27. We would love to come to LHOTP Festival!

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  28. Long time fan since the 80’s

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  29. I watched this with my daughters when they were little. Loved it then and still love it today.

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  30. I would love to come to this celebration, but I live in the UK! Are there any packages that include airport transfers and transport to and from hotels?

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  31. I would love to go to this!

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  32. I grew up watching Little House and now as a grandparent I deeply appreciate the values that the show exhibited! Thank you for entertaining and blessing so many people!

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  33. I live in Los Angeles and this event sounds like a lot of fun and it’s right in my backyard (not literally). I grew up watching The Little House on the Prairie with my entire family.

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  34. I have always loved watching Little House on the Prairie including re-runs. The show never gets old and the lessons learned are still important lessons to be learned.

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  35. I’m gonna be 13 in a few days and I really hoped I could go, but apparently in Korea, I’m going to middle school and can’t go. So I’m just gonna ask who goes to this event tell all of those actors I just love the show and I love them. Thanks.

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    • I have the complete series on dvd and i enjoy watching it

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  36. sounds like fun

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  37. Will there be booths where you can purchase things similar to the time.? Wooden toys, candy, paper, dolls, etc. and is there a booth fee if you want to bring some items to sell

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  38. I would like to know how the meet and greet works. Do I purchase this there at the event or now? I would like to know a general idea of how much the actors charge for this.

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  39. I have watched and rewatched Little House many times. Great show and I will continue to watch any reruns.

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  40. Im 60 yrs old. I’ve been watching LHOTP since 2nd grade. I’m still watching it. Just got the books for Christmas reading them. I love all the episodes. My favorite is the horse race with Laura and Nelly when Willie got sick from eating all the candy and Laura had to run Bunny out to get Dr Baker. Bunny tired but she perked up when when she heard race. Ms Olsen wasn’t thrilled giving her Mother’s Crystal bowl away then trading it for for three sets of shoes. I don’t think I’ll ever stop watching this show. I pray I get to go to the event. This show is such a a Christian based show and there is not many on TV anymore

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    • I love that episode too but liked the one before it even better. When Nelly was pretending to be paralyzed until Laura found her out.
      Laura pushed Nelly up a hill in her wheelchair just as Harriet was yelling “where is that disgusting animal (meaning Bunny the horse) Laura said “Nelly your mom is calling you!” and shoved Nelly and the wheelchair down the hill and into the pond, calling after her “Nelly your such a GOOD friend!”
      It’s the episode that also got my daughters hooked on the show.

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  41. Being Laura Ingalls WiIlder was a childhood dream. Meeting the cast that brought her books to life would be an amazing experience. To be able to share that with my students afterwards would be incredible.

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  42. I introduced my granddaughter Madison 3 years ago to little house tv series and she instantly connected. She is 11 yrs old and can tell you about every episode. In school she had to do a report and dress in character of her favorite book. Needless to say she was Laura Ingals and dressed in a prairie dress. We wanted to take her to the Laura ingalls museum but living out east, Minnesota was too far. We took her to the Amish country in Pennsylvania to get somewhat of a feel for the time. This truly would be a dream come true for her.

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  43. I used to watch this show with my Nana! Such a good memory! Best show ever!

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  44. I grew up watching Little House. My sisters and family watched it regularly. The series was always very special to me. Growing up on a farm as a child, I could relate to it. I also had sisters and could relate to that. Moreover, I lost my sight as a teenager, 17, from a car wreck. Then I could so relate to Mary, when she lost her sight. I would love to meet the cast members that I grew up with, and the greatest show ever. Love the morals and values that the show brings to new viewers. Love little house, and would love to win This trip.

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  45. What a wonderful show!

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  46. Hi ,I loved the show !,I grew up with everyone, especially Mary and Laura ,I learned from Mistakes.to being a honest and truthful woman I am today ..I mostly was raised with my grandmother.and she had very strict ways .of learning.i couldn’t wait til the show came on TV for that night of the week.i sat right in front of that big console TV.Zenith TV.i was the channel person for that night .and volume s too.i loved watching Christmas shows .when everyone went to church.

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  47. I love watching this series every time I see it on television. I have the whole series of the dvd’s and they came in a wagon. They are great to have. I wish I could go to the Simi Valley set. I am from Minnesota and live approx 1 1/2 hrs from the Plum Creek location. Summer of 2024 my husband and myself plan on taking a short trip to go to Plum Creek, Walnut Grove area then heading to the South Dakota location. We will plan the Museum in Wisconsin at a different time. So exciting.

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  48. I like the little house in the prairie and have visited the Laura house in Mansfield Missouri

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  49. as a child who grew up in the country on a farm – this was my fav show with my mom and family – I would looove to experience this dream adventure

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  50. What a wonderful opportunity — thank you for the possibility!!

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  51. Best show on television, EVER! Watched with my mom and now my kids.

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  52. I never missed an episode of Little House growing up. My dream was to grow up and be Laura. My mother always said that that was where I got my passion for making homemade jam, and pies. One of my bucket list items is to travel to all of the homesites, I never had the chance when my girls were growing up; but when my granddaughter gets older I will take her!

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  53. Thanks for the opportunity to win this trip. Nostalgia is a good thing. Visiting Big Sky Ranch for the 50th anniversary would be beyond AwEsOmE! 😍 Blessings.

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  54. What a lovely event. This is exciting.

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  55. I totally loved the TV series. I have the book set and several other books written by Laura.
    I have visited DeSmet, SD and sen all of the museums and the first mud house. I have seen Laura and Amonzo’s farm museum in MO.

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  56. I have watched and rewatched the entire series. It would be amazing to meet the cast.

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  57. This was the first series I read at six years old. My mother had already read it to me, and I have read it a couple of times since. Of course, I always liked the television show too.

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  58. I grew up with Little House on the Prairie! So wanted to be Laura and live in the pioneer days.. would love to win and see this in person! I have always wanted to the the Little House tours and plan on visiting Laura’s museum soon!

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  59. I grew up with little house and has always been my all-time favorite so much that I read the series 5 times by the time I was 10! Never missed a episode iv seen them all! LOVE !LOVE! Little House and wish I grew up then! Call me OldSoul! I just love the simplicity but hard work of the time back then and how it was!

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  60. I’m the biggest fan of little house on the prairie I have been watching that show since I was a little kid! Now I’m a grown adult I still love ❤️ it.

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  61. Have watched the show religiously since it has been on the air! Lifetime dream to meet the cast and visit the location where it was filmed.

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  62. Little House on the prairie has been my favorite TV show when it first started when it came out when I was younger I pretended to be Laura little house on the prairie is still my favorite TV show

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  63. This show means a lot as showing value in life. A family coming together and meeting new friends along the way. Episode: Harvest of Friends. When I first saw this on TV I knew I couldn’t stop. Knowing that we saw them grow up the show kind of been there for me when I got home from school/work. Will be a dream to come and see and meet.

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    • My sister and I grew up watching Little House every week day before we started our homeschool day. After watching, we would dress up as Mary and Laura and play for hours, such special memories. Now, my own two young girls love the books and the television series, it warms my heart whenever I hear the theme song come on. Following in our footsteps, they both love to dress up as Mary and Laura. I’m so thankful for the years of warm memories Little House on the Prairie has given my family.

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  64. I have always loved these books, this family’s way of life, and have learned so much. My grandmother says I was born in the wrong time period.

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  65. I love Little House on the Prairie! Such a wholesome family show. I have laughed & I have cried but I love each episode. I would love to come there.

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  66. It is really really hard to pick a favorite. I just love the whole show soo very much. Have lost count of how many times I have completely watched the show plus all the movies.
    But I must admit that the double episode of ‘Remember Me’ has always had a special place in my heart.
    And as for my favorite character, of course I love Laura. But I actually really Love the characters of Nells and Harriet. I truly love their love story. And Harroet may have supposed to have been one of the baddies on the show. But she also had her good side that when shown, even in the slightest, always touched me.

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  67. Best example of life in general. I could watch every episode till the cows come home. Over and over. It was a beautiful family real life story. Well written, we fell in love with all the characters The cast was blessed to have Michael. His part suited him, it was him.

    My family tuned in every week. And read all the books. And my daughter visited the set when she was out West. Hoping to meet Laura in person one day. Would love to sit and listen to her behind the scene stories of her years on the set with all the character’s that made the show so successful.

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  68. To have a favorite episode is so hard to say. I literally loved every episode. It was something my mother and I would watch together every week. Usually a Monday! My mother has passed due to Alzheimer’s Dementia, but Little House episodes are a sweet, precious memory for me.💞

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  69. I really loved all of the episodes. My favorite character was Pa. Loved Michael Landon…I also really liked the time in the show when Laura started falling for Almanzo. The best show ever.

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  70. I liked most of them, when I was little it was Laura and Carrie. But I like Mary the most nowadays. She had a few great episodes, all episodes were great of course. I also really enjoyed Pa, and Michael Landon’s other show, Highway to Heaven. I will say Nellie wasn’t ever my favorite character, but she was fun to dislike for sure!

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  71. My favorite was The Voice of Tinker Jones, fantastic!

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  72. My favorite episode is without a doubt the richest man in Walnut Grove, was perfect!

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  73. I grew up on this show and now my daughter has too. We really love the episode where Nellie was faking paralysis and Laura pushes her down a huge hill in the wheelchair to reveal her deceit! Even though my husband calls Mrs. Olson a hag, I just love her and how she always called almanzo “Zaldamo “ and finally, Pa. Such a constant source of love, strength and goodness. And easy on the eye too. Our whole family calls him a hunka Balunka!! Thank you so much for this show!

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  74. I always looked at Charles as a father figure. He definitely was my role model.

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  75. Entry Post Favorite Character/Episode: My favorite characters are Miss Beadle and Ma! I love Charlotte Stewart and Karen Grassle! They portray their characters so well! I love watching both of them act! Miss Beadle is also one of the reasons why I became a teacher in real life! It is so hard to pick a favorite between them all though. And I feel the same way about choosing a favorite episode, but I do really like the one where the Ingalls and Oleson’s go camping! Katherine MacGregor’s character (Harriet) shows she has a heart for the first time! lol

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  76. Mr. Edwards was always a favorite! Big, burly and sometimes troubled, but had a heart of gold!!!

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  77. Ahh!! Such an exciting competition!!!! I am a huge fan of LHOTP and I’d love to attend the reunion!!! Growing up in South Africa I’ve always loved the pioneer spirit and I’ve always dreamed of living in a little cabin out in the countryside somewhere!! I love all the characters but Laura would definitely be my favourite. Back to school is probably my favourite episode but it’s so hard to choose!!!

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  78. LHOTP is the best wholesome family show ever! I would LOVE to attend this reunion!

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  79. Laura is my favorite

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  80. So hard to choose a favorite! I love Laura of course, and I love the evolution of Nellie throughout the seasons. Her character made every scene she was in more memorable, and both she and Laura grew into a friendship that seemed impossible at the beginning.

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  81. Oh how I loved Little House on the Prairie growing up. It was definitely my favorite as a young girl. I especially loved Laura and growing up with her as she met and fell in love with Almanzo.

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  82. Mr. Edward’s

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  83. My absolute favorite episode is the Halloween episode where Laura thinks Mr Olsen chops off Mrs Olsens head!! I crack up at the way the mannequin dolls head flies off and Laura thinks Mr Olsen is capable of such thing.

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  84. Half-pint forever! 🤩

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  85. What a dream come true! ✨

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  86. One of my favourite episodes is A Christmas they never forgot.

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  87. My favorite episode is the one where Laura & Nelly were fighting in the mud. Nelly went and told Charles that she had seen “Zaldamo” kissing Laura.
    Pa went to the Wilder home, saw Laura wearing a robe, and punched Almanzo.

    Y’all, three years ago, for my daughter Caleb’s 19th birthday, I had Alison Arngrim make a Cameo Video. It was seriously the greatest thing that has ever happened!! Nelly called Caleb a Prairie Whore!!! Caleb absolutely cherishes that gift. We still watch that video to this very day!

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  88. My favorite episode is the one where Laura & Nelly were fighting in the mud. Nelly went and told Charles that she had seen “Zaldamo” kissing Laura.
    Pa went to the Wilder home, saw Laura wearing a robe, and punched Almanzo.

    Y’all, three years ago, for my daughter Caleb’s 19th birthday, I had Alison Arngrim make a Cameo Video. It was seriously the greatest thing that has ever happened!! Nelly called Caleb a Prairie Whore!!! Caleb absolutely cherishes that gift. We still watch that video to this very day!

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  89. Favorite episode is “Sweet Sixteen” s6e22, and favorite character is Almanzo Wilder!

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  90. “A Christmas They Never Forgot” is a favorite episode! I love all the memories told in this episode on Christmas Eve reminiscing about past Christmases. And my favorite is when the “Pa” has to go to the top of the barn to find their Christmas gifts!

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  91. Picking a favorite episode of Little House on the Prairie is like picking a favorite child. There are so many episodes that I hold dear to my heart. I’m 27 years old, and I grew up watching Little House on my complete DVD set (and on INSP), and it has always been my favorite show. Laura is my girl, but my favorite character has to be Almanzo Wilder. Being the little feminist I am, as a teenager I used to tell my mom that I wouldn’t change my name if I was ever married, unless his last name was Wilder. God has a sense of humor, because I would eventually marry a man with the last name Wild. If I absolutely had to pick my favorite episode, I would choose “Sweet Sixteen” (s6 e22). This episode is a huge turning point in Laura’s life, not only because “Manly” finally begins to notice her romantically, but her parents begin taking her more seriously as an adult, and she finally begins her long-awaited career as a teacher. There is so much confidence and triumph in Laura’s demeanor throughout that episode, and it’s so emotional to witness her character development. I’ve loved this show for years, and the books as well. If I had the chance to attend this festival, it would be an absolute dream come true. Thank you so much.

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  92. My favorite character is Nels Olsen. Watching him react to his family is always FASCINATING. It really is sweet how much he loves Harriet, even though she’s ah…a bit much. He recognizes her heart, no matter how far down it’s buried.

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  93. A Christmas They Never Forgot. Best episode ever <3

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  94. I love Laura because growing up I always thought I looked like her! I would braid my hair just like her and talk like her, calling my dad “Pa”!

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  95. My favorite character was Laura because she was so fun to watch grow up and become a teacher. Even though I watched and loved every episode numerous times, I loved when Laura met Almanzo.

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  96. Soo exciting!!! I’ll definitely be there with the whole family!

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  97. My favorite characters are Charles Ingalls, Laura Ingalls, Dr. Baker, Reverend Alden, and Nels Oleson! They were very fine people!The show has always been one of my favorites. The stories always have a good moral background and most everybody had a great faith in God.lt was really neat how they went to church every Sunday!That was the life they all lived! I like all the episodes.

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  98. I named two of my children after Laura Ingalls Wilder!

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  99. I always wanted to come to where it was aired. I been watching since I was a kid

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  100. My favourite character is Mr. Edwards. I always felt like he had the most depth and one of the best character arcs, plus also being great comic relief!

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  101. One of my favourite episodes is Season 2, Episode 1, “The Richest Man in Walnut Grove”– it was the first episode I ever saw as a child and I fell immediately in love. It kicked off a nightly ritual wherein our family would all sit down together and watch an episode of Little House after dinner. It got me interested in history, which eventually led to work in museums, where I still am today!

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  102. My favorite character is Charles because reminds me of my dad, who unexpectedly passed away a few months after my wedding. Charles is a man who puts his family first. He has good work ethic but also makes his kids feel seen and heard, always finding time for his family. He makes them feel safe and tries to do the right thing. Growing up I remember a time when my parents came back late from something and I was left alone for the first time. Even though I was old and responsible enough, I remember being a little scared to be in our house alone when it got dark. I dug out the old LHOTP vhs pilot episodes and watched them in the living room because the show always made me feel safe!

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  103. My favorite character was Laura and my favorite episode was the Lord is my shepherd.

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  104. Love Little House watched it my entire childhood and still today at 50. I love Mr. Edwards and The Christmas he brought the girls Christmas gifts in a blizzard and about froze to death.

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  105. My favorite episode is The Camp Out! I loved watching the Ingalls’ & Olson’s camping together. My favorite character is always Laura! I loved her spunk & curiosity. I also am a big fan of her actual books.

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  106. My favorite character was Nelly! I loved her sassiness.

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  107. My favorite episode was when Mr Edward’s walked through the blizzard to deliver Christmas presents to the Ingalls

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  108. Just one character, ooh that’s tough! I love them all. If I had to pick just one probably Caroline.
    Favorite episode would be either Sweet Sixteen, or Back to School.

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  109. Nellie in the wheelchair gong down the hill

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  110. Laura is my favorite

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  111. I love Laura! She reminds me of me:) my favorite episode is Bunny. Everything about this show was amazing. It’s hard to pick a favorite when they’re all great.

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  112. My favorite episode was Sweet Sixteen

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  113. One of my favorite episodes was when Pa had multiple failed attempts putting in a picture window, but the glass keeps getting broken.

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  114. I love the first episode! My favorite character is of course, Michael Landon.

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  115. I loved the episode of the birthday party when they were really little.

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  116. I LOVE this show!! I watched it all the time as a kid with my dad and now as an adult. My favourite episode was when Carrie fell down the mine…..along with the Christmas scene in the pilot.

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  117. My favorite character is Laura Ingalls. Season 1 Episode 15 Christmas at Plum Creek is my favorite episode. <3

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  118. Each of the Christmas episodes were a favorite. From the first with Mr. Edwards coming in a blizzard to bring presents to the last one in 1984 with the new family living in the Ingles house.

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  119. My favorite episode is when Laura finds out Nellie is faking being paralyzed, and pushes her down the hill in her wheelchair!

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  120. My favorite episode is Johnathans Mountain starring Ernest Borgnine. I remember being upset when Charles found her there!

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  121. Comment *One of my favorite episodes is The Handyman.

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  122. Laura was always so brave and willing to take a risk. She stood up for what she thought was important to her and her family.

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  123. I love all episodes. Little House is my happy place.

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  124. I love little house! I love all the episodes but I looking at them all I think my favorite episode was “Back to School Part II” when Nellie and Laura fight in a muddy pond. That was a classic! Nellie deserved it though for what she did to Laura for telling her what is on the teachers exam which was not true. My favorite character is Caroline. She is such a strong woman raising children, doing some substitute teaching, cooking, cleaning, and taking the chickens’ eggs to Olsen’s Mercantile. I love how she handles herself in front of Mrs. Olsen.

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  125. Laura Ingalls is my favorite character along w her mom Caroline Ingalls. I loved seeing Laura grow into a spitting image of her ma. Both of these ladies were not only smart, kind, and strong but also brave in having to face many hardships in life. I wrote a book report on Laura when I was 10 years old and I would love to attend this event as it was a part of my childhood. Watching Little House the prairie with my mom who has since passed in 2006. This would be an amazing opportunity.

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  126. One of my favorite episodes is when Mary goes to the Math Competition. The Pride of Walnut Grove! And i love the episode where Ma takes in for Ms Beetle.

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  127. The Christmas episodes are the most heartwarming 💕

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  128. One of my favorite episodes is The Wisdom of Solomon. It was a sweet episode that made you think.

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  129. My favorite character was always Laura! I loved relating to half-pint and her curiousity! I also have border collies now because of Bandit 🩵

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  130. I grew up watching Little House and now my children love it to. I am so grateful for an incredible show.

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  131. My favorite episode is by far “The Lord Is my Shepherd”. My favorite actor as a child was Laura, but now as a Mother myself, it is Ma!

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  132. My favorite episode hands down is “The Lord is my Shepherd”. My favorite actor as a child was Laura, but now as a mother myself, it is Ma.

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  133. So many great episodes. I loved the early seasons of the show.
    In season one, I really like “A Harvest of Friend” “Money Crop” and “Survival.”
    And in season two, there’s “The Richest Man in Walnut Grove” and “The Long Road Home.”
    And love the episode “The Collection” in which Johnny Cash plays the villain.

    This show pretty much got me through my childhood. I learned all my character traits from this show, and without it, I’d be a totally different person now.

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  134. First American series that I watched in my childhood. Love it, though!

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  135. My favorite character is Caroline Ingalls as portrayed by Karen Grasle. She was beautiful and held the family together.

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  136. My favorite character was Charles Ingalls. I liked how the character taught moral and ethics to his children. Charles Ingalls was a role model of principles. Michael Landon did a good job portraying Charles Ingalls. My favorite episode is episode 1 Harvest of friends. It showcase how important friendships are and family helping one another . My mom introduced the show to me when I 5 years old and I’m 27 years old now and I introduced it to my 3 year old. It will amazing if my mom and I get to see the cast members.

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  137. I loved Mrs. Oleson. She was always making for an interesting episode.

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  138. My favorite character is Pa – his loyalty, how hard he works, his patience, and hunor!

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  139. Christmas at Plum Creek – a family favorite we watch every year at Christmas time.

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  140. My favorite episode was “dumb Abel.” It was a great example and reminder to show kindness and compassion to everyone. I still Cry every time 😉 LHOTP is my favorite show of all time. I’ve been watching it since I was A little girl. I would love to go to this event in March and celebrate my 50th birthday. The show debuted the year I was born

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  141. Nelly & Percival with the eggs on her head!
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    Cinnamon chicken

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  142. If only life where a littlehouse and we its actors. Love the family loyalty and faith.

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  143. I’ve been watching this show my whole life, and still watch it and cry at almost every episode! It’s hard to pick a favorite character, they all were so endearing to me, I enjoyed all the special guests on the show like Johnny and June Cash…I honestly can’t pick one! They all were excellent.

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  144. Any episode where Laura and Nelly end up wrestling in the mud or covered in something

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  145. Little House On The Prairie will forever be my favorite show! It it so hard to pick just one episode, but my favorite has to be “Family Tree” where Albert asks to be adopted. Albert was such a wonderful addition to the Ingalls family and he quickly grew to become one of my favorite characters. The scene in the barn when Albert asks Pa to adopt him has me crying just thinking about it. The acting was so brilliant and raw that you could feel the love the characters had for one another. I think I’ll go watch the episode now for the millionth time!

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  146. My favorite episode Nellie falls in Love with Percival the eggs over her head was epic!

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  147. Lake kezia monster episode! My mom and I died laughing at this one we never forgot the expression on Mrs Olsen face such great acting!

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  148. Harvest of friends is the best episode

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  149. It is so hard to choose a favorite episode! Little House on the Prairie is my all time favorite show no matter how old I get. I have to say my heart is with “The Lord Is My Shepherd, Parts 1 and 2”. It has all the feels. My family knows, though, my Christmas season does not begin until we have all watched Christmas at Plum Creek. Caroline crying and saying , “Oh, Charles,” when Laura goes out to get Bunny for Nellie gets my tears flowing every year, never fail. I can so relate to her as a mother and how she is feeling.❤️

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  150. I was always a fan of Laura, but had a fondness for Miss Beadle too.

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  151. Ma’s character was always my favorite, but my favorite episode is ‘A Harvest of Friends.’

    This episode always warmed my heart and reminded me that true friends will always have grace and be there for ya.

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  152. This is my favorite show from my favorite books growing up! I still read them at age 61.
    What great memories!

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  153. Charles is my favorite character. He is my role model!

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  154. My favorite episode is when Mary represents Walnut Grove in a state competition and the town pitches in for Mary and Caroline to go because Laura told Miss Beadle they couldn’t afford to send Mary

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  155. I loved the show. We need more wholesome shows like this. I absolutely loved Mr. Edwards!

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  156. There are so many memorable episodes, it’s hard to choose just one favorite. However being from Minnesota, Blizzard is one of my favorites. I like to watch it when the weather starts turning colder (I live in AZ now). The hardship is so apparent in that episode. The one episode that always makes me cry though is Remember Me (part 1 and 2), part one is so sad, but part 2, when Mr. Edwards finally makes them all his family…it doesn’t get any better than that.

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  157. My favorite character was Laura. A little sweet and mischievous at the same time.

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  158. My family watched Little House together every week. Sometimes our friends would join us. As an adult I continued watching it. Such a wonderful show with family values.
    My favorite character was Pa of course! As a kid I imagined what a wonderful father he would be(even though I loved my dad dearly. Haha. )
    As an adult, I imagined him as Charles! If you get what I mean! Haha!
    So many wonderful evenings watching the best show ever. The characters felt like family. What fun it must have been to be one of the actors in this show. If only tv had more shows like this still.

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  159. Sweet Sixteen

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  160. The best episode was A Christmas THey Never Forgot – I have to watch it every year!

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  161. My favorite character from LHOTP is “Almanzo Wilder” played by the incredible Dean Butler. My favorite episode is “The Lord is My Shepherd: Episode 2.” That episode changed my life, as did this series. I used to see the opening credits as a kid in the 80’s, but recently got into the show about 2 years ago, and have watched every episode, and movie, documentary, follow all the actors on social media. I am obsessed. I have so many favorite episodes, but this one specifically really touched my soul. I really hope I win!

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  162. I always loved the episode Christmas at Plum Creek. I watched the show as a child and always loved Christmasy stuff!

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  163. My favorite character was Laura ingalls wilder and my favorite episode was Marvin’s garden.

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  164. So many favorites!!! hmmmm…..Christmas at Plum Creek, Richest man in Walnut Grove,

    We laugh, we cry, we cheer every time we watch all of episodes!! We would love to come and be a part of the celebration!!

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  165. My favorite character was Charles Ingalls played by Michael Landon.

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  166. If all parents were like the Ingalls the world would be a better place

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  167. I wish I could meet all the actors in March. I am sorry that I cannot meet those who left us

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  168. When I was a kid I wished to visit the filming site of the series

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  169. If I had a remembrance book I wish it was like Laura’s

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  170. The most heartbreaking episode is “May We Make Them Proud”

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  171. If I chose to be reborn, I would like to be born at Laura’s time

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  172. What a wonderful series of books & TV show! Would love to attend!

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    • My memories of little house on the prairie
      I would watch it with my mom. When she was given word of her kidneys starting to fail I would go and visit her at her home sit with her and watch her favor character
      Charles. She has passed on but the memories of time spent with her will forever be in my heart and thoughts

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  173. Growing up, this was our favorite show! My sister and I were absolutely obsessed with it! Our mom made us night shirts and night caps and our dad made us little house doll houses with outhouses, buckboards and covered wagons. He got more creative every year and even made us a schoolhouse, general store and hotel! We played with them every single day and we have watched every episode more times than I can count. My ABSOLUTE favorite episode is Barn Burner! winning this trip would mean everything to me and my sister… we would rather win this than Taylor Swift! Please pick us!!

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  174. Laura is my favorite, we are the same age!

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  175. I simply cannot choose one single character or episode. Each character brings their own element to the show. Charles, the strong but sensitive father is A+ in my book. Caroline portrays a loving, resourceful mother who works with what she’s got. Laura is a spunky firecracker that is kind to all wildlife and easy to befriend. I really liked the Harvest of Friends episode because it shows what a welcoming town of farmers and people from Walnut Grove.

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  176. My favorite episode is when Nellie gave birth to her twins. All the snacks she snuck and the banter between her ma and Percival’s father was hilarious.

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  177. Double exciting – we all just love the little house series AND we lived in the area for a while!!

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  178. Which one is my favorite? Very hard to say. I’ve gotten through many life moments with so many.

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  179. Favorite Character: Mr. Edwards

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  180. My favorite character is Michael Landon. My very favorite episode is when Nelly pretends she can’t walk and she’s in the wheelchair and Laura finds out she is faking and pushes her own the hill into the pond. I really laugh out load every time I watch it! 😂❤️

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  181. Hi! I grew up watching and loving Little House on the Prarie. I have watched the show countless times and watch it even more now in my 20s. There are so many lessons to learn from it and so much inspiration to take! There is no other character that I have related to as much as Laura, and I remember wishing that she and I would have been friends. Therefore she is my favourite character. On the other hand – there is no other character that I have laughed as much to as Mrs Oleson, hahah. My favourite episode is A Christmas They Never Forgot, in which the whole family is gathered in the little house. There is so much warmth and love and every time I watch the episode, even though I know how it goes, I wish that the blizzard is too fierce, so that everyone have to stay! God bless!

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    • I grew up READING the Little House books and when the TV pilot aired, I was SO happy. My mother suggested that I write a letter of appreciation and when I did, she mailed it for me. One day, I got an envelope addressed to ME with a return address from NBC. Inside was a typewritten letter signed by Michael Landon encouraging me to continue to watch the series and thanked me for my support. There was also a postcard picture of the cast with signatures. (Whether it was preprinted that way, I didn’t know and didn’t think about. ) It was a “wow” moment for me. I’ll never forget it and it’s still one of my prized possessions. I love all the characters, even the ones that were never in the books. Thanks for continuing to respect the legacy of the show and its viewers.

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  182. I loved the episode, I Do, Again. Caroline finds out she can not have any more children and we find out so much about Caroline and Charles!

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  183. LaurA

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  184. I grew up watching this show with my mom. Every Sunday after church we would watch little house together. My favorite episode is a harvest of friends. I always tear up when I get to the ending scene and Laura and Mary try to help Charles carry the sacks of grain but can’t and they townspeople come out from their jobs to help them so that Charles can get his oxen back to plow the field.

    If you ask my mom she’ll probably say her favorite episode is either country girls. She loves the part especially where Laura pushes Nellie and says “if you want to fight I’ll fight. But if you want to play, we’re playing uncle john!!”. Or the one where Nellie gets thrown off her horse and pretends she can’t walk to get Laura to cater to her every need and take advantage of her.

    So many good episodes and memories surrounding this show. My mom still has the vhs tapes of the movies. I used to tell my mom all the time that I wish I could ride in a horse drawn buggy just to see what it would be like.

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  185. When the pilot movie was first broadcasted I was 8 years old, about the same age as Laura

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    • I grew up READING the Little House books and when the TV pilot aired, I was SO happy. My mother suggested that I write a letter of appreciation and when I did, she mailed it for me. One day, I got an envelope addressed to ME with a return address from NBC. Inside was a typewritten letter signed by Michael Landon encouraging me to continue to watch the series and thanked me for my support. There was also a postcard picture of the cast with signatures. (Whether it was preprinted that way, I didn’t know and didn’t think about. ) It was a “wow” moment for me. I’ll never forget it and it’s still one of my prized possessions. I love all the characters, even the ones that were never in the books. Thanks for continuing to respect the legacy of the show and its viewers.

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  186. Favorite character was Pa. Favorite episode was when friends bought the ingalls farm back after it was put up for auction.

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  187. I like all The Little House On The Prairie Episodes, I hope and pray 🙏 we win the 50th Little House On The Prairie Anniversary. It would make my wife Theresa day to win after being a cancer survivor and it would make my day too after being a cancer survivor still doing cancer treatments every 3 months.

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  188. Laura was always my favorite character.

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  189. What a great giveaway!

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  190. Nellie/she makes me laugh!

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  191. All of the episodes are my favorite, as I grew up with this show. However a few more all time favs, when Laura made the cinnamon chicken with pepper for Almonzo and Nelly, and gets in the fight with Nelly in the mud in the pond near Almonzo’s house. And love the episode when Laura and manly get married. And the episode when pa brings the blind school to walnut Grove. I love the episode when pa builds the alter. The episode when ma hits the baseball out of the field.

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  192. I liked Nelly. She was so awful, it was fun to watch.

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  193. Little House on the Prairie takes me back to my childhood, watching every episode after school.

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  194. I loved watching this series. My favorite character was Laura. I felt a special connection to Melissa Gilbert because we share the same birthday, 5-8-1964. I would watch her and imagine how different her life was from mine as she was a famous actress portraying my favorite literary heroine and I was just an average girl growing up in the suburbs. My favorite episode is when the Ingalls arrive and the girls meet Nellie for the first time.

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  195. I grew up watching this series as I was around the same age as Melissa Gilbert and I lived in the country. Some of my favorite episodes involve Laura at school with the teacher. I loved the idea of the one-room schoolhouse as I had heard about my grandfather learning in one. I also loved the family celebrating Christmas!!

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  196. My favorite episode is when they blow up Walnut Grove. Not because they have to but it makes me cry every single time. Also the episode where there is a fire at the blind school, makes me cry every single time. But I love all of the episodes. I have watched it since I was a child and continue to watch it to this day.

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  197. Just saw a feature on CBS Sunday Morning that featured paw paws, and that reminds me of the Wilders final home.

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  198. My favorite part of growing up was Monday night at 8PM and watching the Ingalls Family 🙂

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  199. My favourite episode is “The Lord is My Shepherd”

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  200. Mary was my fave for her bravery when she faced her blindness.

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  201. Season 1, Episode 13 The Lord id my Shepherd”.

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  202. I am the same age as the kids were (on the show) and LOVED LHOTP . Favorite character – Nellie of course !!

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  203. I have to say my favorite character is Nelly because she is just so good at being hateable.

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  204. Laura will always be my favorite character! But my best friend and I used to dress up and make believe we were Laura and Mary and our favorite episode was the country girls one when Nellie made fun of them when they first got to Walnut Grove.

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  205. Great contest! Favorite character has to be Caroline!

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  206. Been a fan since the TV series when I was in grade school and was too young to read the books that my mom bought for the family. When was old enough to read the books, I had reread the books every summer on school breaks. Currently, I am reading to my young deaf friend with mild intellectual delay. She is a big LHOTP fan like me and enjoyed listening to the stories in American Sign Language.

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  207. My favorite Episode is Christmas At Plum Creek. I love this episode and love the moment Ma opens her gift and surprised to see it’s not from Pa.
    My favorite character is of course Laura but I do love them all. I was very young when I started watching this show and it is still a favorite today. My mom is 81 and watches daily.

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  208. One of my favorite episode is when they had the lock nest monster. I laugh every time. 🤣

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  209. Hi! I’m from Sweden and I grew up watching and loving Little House on the Prarie. I have watched the show countless times and now in my 20s I watch it even more – there are so many lessons to learn from it!
    I have never related more to a character than Laura Ingalls and I remember wishing that she and I could have been friends. Therefore she is my favourite character. On the other hand, I don’t think I’ve ever laughed more to a character than Mrs Oleson, hahah…
    My favourite episode is A Christmas They Never Forgot in which the whole family is gathered in the little cabin. It’s such a warm and lovely environment that you almost feel like you’re a part of it. Every time I watch that episode, even though I know how it goes, I hope that the blizzard is too fierce for Adam, Mary, and Hester-Sue to go so they have to stay over! God bless!

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  210. Grew up watching Little House with our family. Such fond memories, I was around 15 years old at the time.

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  211. One of my biggest dreams is to go to a lhotp reunion and meet the actors. I have grown up in a little rural village in South Africa and I’m a huge fan of both the little house books and the series. The Ingalls feel like family to me, each person is so special. Ma is my role model, she’s so patient and kind. Pa is such a honest, upstanding man, I wish I could remember all the many wise words he teaches his children. And I’ve loved watching Mary and Laura grow up and face life’s challenges. I have so many favourite episodes but Back to School would probably be up near the top of my list.
    Such an amazing series, it’ll never grow old😍

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  212. I have to say On the Banks of Plum Creek is my favorite book.

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  213. I love that my kids love to watch almost as much as I do.

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  214. Little House on the Prairie was a big of my own memories growing up as a child. It’s wonderful to be able to pass it along to my own children. I am so grateful that there is something wholesome on tv for kids to watch.

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  215. My favorite episodes were when Mary went blind,and when Almanzo was driving Laura back and forth after she got her first teaching job. I really relate to Mary’s blindness as I to have lost my sight, just in one eye.The episode has helped me learn how to deal with my blindness.

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  216. My favorite episode is the one where Charles fixes Laura’s friends shoe. “Watch me play poppa” makes me tear up every time!
    To this day I still believe Michael Landon is the most gorgeous man God ever created.
    And Mr. Edwards is my favorite character.

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  217. My favorite episode is Back to School Part 1 and Part 2.

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  218. Definitely the first Christmas where Mr. Edwards walked through the snow and brought Mary and Laura there own cups and a candy stick. I’ve seen everyone several times and read the books. I live here in northeast Oklahoma and we have many places that look similar to Walnut Grove.

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  219. My favorite character is Charles Ingalls. He had it together.

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  220. Hi! I am from Sweden and I grew up watching and loving Little House on the Prarie. I have watched the show over and over countless times and I have continued watching it even more now that I am in my 20s. There are so many lessons to learn from it! There has never been a person/character that I have related to as much as Laura Ingalls and I remember wishing that she and I would have been friends. Therefore she is my favourite character. On the other hand I have never laughed more to a character than Mrs Oleson, hahah. My favourite episode is A Christmas They Never Forgot in which all the family is gathered and snugged up in the cabin. Every time I watch it (even though I know how it goes) I wish that the blizzard is too fierce so that Adam, Mary, and Hester-Sue have to stay over! Such a little house filled with so much warmth, love, and familiarity! God bless!

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  221. My favorite episode is the one where ma and pa are out of town and Mr Edwards is staying with the kids.

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  222. “School Mom” in season 1

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  223. My most favorite episode is when Nellie graduates and gets the hotel and restaurant. Harriet was a gem in this episode and Nellie was a spitfire too!! It was great!!

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  224. I’m a big fan of little house on the prairie I watch it every day on rerunds and I would love to meeting the cast of the show

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  225. Laura Ingalls was my favorite character. She is the reason why I am a 2nd Grade teacher today and for the last 18 years!

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  226. Little House premiered when I was only 17 months old and I’ve been watching it ever since! It is my all time favorite, love all the episodes and all of the charactors/actors! I would like to meet them all because they have always been like second family ❤️

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  227. I love the Little House on the Prairie series, and I re-watch the series annually. It is also my go-to comfort show that I watch when I need to. I don’t really have a favourite episode as I really enjoy each one, but my favourite character is Charles Ingalls ‘Pa’. I appreciate seeing the way he loves Caroline, raises his children, cares for the town, and etc!

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  228. My daughter and I love Nellie! Without Nellie, there would be no people drama!

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  229. I watched the very first episode when it aired and fell in love and have been a fan since. Have the dvd’s. Have been to Mansfield several times. Been to De Smet, Kansas ,had plans to visit all the Laura homesites, but my dear husband passed away before we got to do it.have several sets of the books, additional books about Laura. My children were raised on me reading aloud the books. They now read them to their children.Have visited the graves of Laura, Almanzo,Charles, Caroline, Mary, Grace, and others . If my second son had been a girl, I was going to name him Laura. I now have a granddaughter named Laura.Caroline was my role model as a mother.
    My favorite episode, When Charles and Caroline went to the high school reunion and saw old friends. Charles got hit on by the woman who had always liked him. I LOVE his response. I love when they got home and saw their home and children running to them, that was their measure of success. It doesn’t get any better than that! It gave me chills.

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  230. Every episode is my favorite.

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  231. I love this show and I love that I can share it with my children. My favorite character is probably Laura. I love her spunk!

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    • My favorite episode is the one where Carrie started tripping balls cause Pa left. I like how you can see both of Carries actors at once. Carrie has always been my favorite character cause she’s a little dumb, and I’m also a little dumb. I don’t know why everyone hates on my girl Carrie😤

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  232. l would watch the show with my grandfather and it was so special. I then shared it with my three children. It was a wholesome tv program. I am now in my 70’s and watch it with my grandaughters, one who was inspired to be a teacher.
    I hope the reruns continue for a long time. Thank you for this wonderful show.

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  233. Love the show. My favorite person was Mary Ingles.

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    • Little House premiered when I was only 17 months old and I’ve been watching it ever since! It is my all time favorite, love all the episodes and all of the charactors/actors! I would like to meet them all because they have always been like second family ❤️

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  234. My favorite episode …to many to count…when Laura ran away after the baby died and Pa and Mr. Edwards went to find her and she was with Jonathon. Bless the dear children…the one with the fire and Albert and Pa. The one where Almanzo started driving laura to her teaching school and fell in love with her…Sweet 16

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  235. I love watching Little House On The Prairie. I don’t have a favorite because I love them all. When I was growing up, I liked Laura. As I have got older, I relate to the Mother. My Grandbabies have got bullied a lot in school. In ways my life is still like it was on Little House On The Prairie. My husband and I are disable and my daughter and her 4 children lives with us. We live in a very tiny house back in the woods and I am them only one that draws income. Times are hard but God blesses us.

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    • My favorite episode was the one where Carrie started tripping balls cause Pa left. It’s one of the only ones where Carrie is the main focus, and the idea of using both of her actors at the same time for the hallucinations was done very well. I don’t know why everyone hates on my girl Carrie 😤

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  236. Je participe au concours avec plaisir.

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  237. One of my favorite episodes was about “Dumb Abel”, where Caroline gave a young man the joy of learning.

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  238. What a great show! The stories, the characters, the cast, the nostalgia!

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  239. I love “Here Come the Brides” and “Bunny”.

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  240. I grew up watching the show my favorite episode the Christmas one where mr Edwards went in the frozen water to get to the other side to get presents to everyone I bought the dvd set I watch it often
    They don’t make shows like this anymore I’m one of 7 5 girls 2 boys unfortunately both my brothers are gone and my father so just us girls are here
    my mom and dad set us all down with pillows and blankets to enjoy the show
    We lived in a small house with 6 rooms on st rt 56 I’ve always wanted to write a book about our life as a large family in a small house
    Call it little house on 56 💜 it would be a honor to go and experience this

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  241. My favorite character is Harriet Oleson and my favorite episode is the one where Laura pushes Nellie into the pond in her wheelchair! And favorite is the episodes where Almanzo realizes he loves Laura.

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  242. My favorite character was Laura. She reminded me of myself. She was fiesty, adventurous and she loved her family fiercely. I read the books over & over again during my childhood. And when I became an adult, I bought my own set.
    When the show was airing when I was little, I watched EVERY episode. It is my favorite all-time show ever! 😊🩷💜

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  243. The best TV series by far! I have watched every episode over and over! Although I love every episode, my favorite by far is “Bunny”…loved watching Nellie roll down that hill into the water!

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  244. AMAZING giveaway! I have so enjoyed rewatching the whole series with my daughter! She’s a huge Mr. Edwards fan. 🙂

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  245. I remember reading the Little House in the BIg Woods series over and over!! I was so excited when I got the box set for Christmas. I was about 11 years old.

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  246. Laura is my favorite character!! I wanted to be her!!

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  247. What they moved from Katie’s to minesota

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  248. Oh course Dean Butler is my favorite by far! He was supposed to be my husband when I grew up. (He just didn’t know it) 😂

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  249. Laura, of course, is my favorite character. I loved, loved, loved watching the show growing up and I was about her age. And I’d read all the books, so I feel like she’s an old friend.

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  250. My favorite character is Mary. As a child I always thought Melissa Sue Anderson was so beautiful, and I thought Mary was so mature and I wanted to be like her. My favorite episode is when she goes blind. I am not a “crier” but this one gets me every time. I could just feel the panic and sorrow in this moment, and the anguish that Pa felt in the moment too.

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  251. How can you pick just one?! Pa, Ma, Lara, Almanzo, Mr. Edwards… love them all! My #1 all time favorite show.

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  252. Too many favorite episodes to name one! Watched it as a kid and then again with my kids. I guess my favorite character would PA- he reminded me so much of my dad in the way he dealt with things and was another great example of how men should behave

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  253. Love the Show!

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  254. “As Long As We’re Together” part 2 was a special episode to me. I was 8 years old when my family up and moved across the country. When I watched this episode for the first time I remember getting all the feels when the Olsens and Garveys show up in Winoka and everyone was reunited. The thought of living anywhere and it being okay because I was with my family and friends was a beautiful life lesson. Which all of the episodes were, life lessons.

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  255. One of my favorite characters was Nels Oleson. I loved that even though he was somewhat privileged, he worked hard and had empathy for those who had less. My favorite episode was the Christmas Eve blizzard, although I loved any episode with a situation that affected the whole community, like the blizzard or a medical epidemic.

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  256. I loved many of the characters , but Ma the best. She was so kind. I got my daughter hooked on LHOTP when she was little. At one time, it was televised on WTBS Atlanta, which started at 8:05 instead of 8 on the dot. We just lived 2 blocks from the school, but she was late by about 7 minutes every day, because we were watching it. 🙂

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  257. I honestly loved all the characters. Always wished that Charles and Caroline were my parents.
    I was enthralled by all the episodes with Nels and Harriet Oleson. and their naughty daughter. These were almost always the funniest episodes
    Still one of the best shows ever.

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  258. I was such a huge fan of the show that when I was 10 my grandmother made me a prairie dress and bonnet and a marched in it in the town’s Fourth of July parade! Years later when I moved to MN for law school, the first school break I had, the first thing I did was drive to Walnut Grove to see it for myself!

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  259. My favorite episode is the Christmas show based on the story Gift of the Magi. I watch this episode every Christmas!! I love the part with Carrie and the star!! This episode is a great reminder that Christmas is about people, not gifts!!

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  260. I loved any episode that involved Almanzo courting Laura!

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  261. My favorite character is a toss up between Charles ‘Pa’ Ingalls and Almanzo Wilder. Neither was ever afraid to stand up for what they believed in. Nor did they falter when it came to caring for their neighbors. My favorite episode is probably the finale, when Laura talked about breaking the windows. I read the books before and after watching the show. One instance where the show did not disappoint by straying too far from the books. Love this series.

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  262. I’ve always loved the episodes “Remember Me” and “The Lord is my Shepard” I’ve been watching the series for over 40 yrs, and introduced the series to so many, and the books to my daughters.

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  263. Growing up the Little House books were and still are my favorite books along with all that go along with them I even read them to my children every night as their bedtime stories. I watch every episode new and probably to many reruns to count. I Love everything about the series and the true life surround Laura Ingalls Wilder!!

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  264. I grew up watching Little House. I love all the Episodes but my most favorite one is when Laura and her friend Jonah thought that they found gold in the creek. She spent her time daydreaming about what she would do with it. Until they found out that it was Fool’s gold. My second favorite is The Music Box. Laura had a very vivid imagination about what her fate would be if they found out that she stole Jellies music box.

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  265. What an amazing competition!!! I am from South Africa and have been a huge fan of Little House for many years!!! Last year I was in the States and went to all the heritage sites and tours in South Dakota and Minnesota. I also collect all the books I can find about Laura Ingalls Wilder. Choosing a favourite episode is sooo hard!! I think I would have to go with Back to School. It was so special to see Laura and Almanzo’s friendship develop. My favourite is Laura.
    I can’t wait for the reunion and would love to be able to join!!

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  266. I have been watching Little House on the Prarie sinceI was 4 years old. I am 47 now and still make it a part of my everyday evening watch. My kids avid teenage girls watch it. I love this show more than anything. It just being back a time where family and simple was all we needed. This show keeps you grounded and humble. I lost my parents very young and this show has always brought me comfort. I love this show
    More than anything

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  267. I love LHOTP so much!! My favorite episode[s] were the Halloween ones and the one where Nellie pretended to be injured and Laura pushes her down the hill in her wheelchair!
    “Hey, Nellie, your mother wants you!!” Hahaha
    I’d love to win this so bad!!

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  268. There are too many favorite episodes but my holiday tradition every year is watching the pilot show and all of the Christmas ones. They’re like heart-warming comfort food to me.

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  269. My favorite show growing up! I would watch reruns after school for years. My best friend would curl her hair like Nellie and we had our own prairie names. Trying to find one favorite episode was too hard! Too many good ones to choose from. All so good for different reasons. So excited this event is taking place! I so wish some of the cast were still with us to be celebrated!

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  270. Like many others, I am I big Little House fan! I scoured the weekly TV Guide for new episodes each season, and was a daily consumer of reruns after school!! I still pride myself on my ability to know the episode from the opening credits!
    Having 2 sisters when I was young (and later a third sister), we felt a bit like the Ingalls family. Our lineup was very similar to Mary, Laura, Carrie and Grace! And much like Pa, our dad built us a playhouse in our backyard that he designed after the Ingalls’ house from the TV show! Complete with a loft!!
    If I were to pick my favorite episode, it would be a toss up between “Town Party, Country Party” and “The Voice of Tinker Jones”. I love the spunkiness of Laura and the friendships and relationships among the girls in the party episode. And I love the kids of Walnut Grove coming together thanks to Tinker, despite the arguing of their parents – to bring the church and the school their bell.
    So many wonderful episodes!!

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  271. I could never pick a favorite episode or character. They are all special. For years my mom would record the reruns for me everyday so that I could watch them when I got home from school. I have all the seasons on dvd and have shared them with my daughter. It’s wonderful that this show continues to touch lives generation after generation.

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  272. Favorite character: Mary Ingalls.

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  273. My fav person on LHOTP is Laura. Omg i loved her so much i wanted to be her. She was touch yet lovey she was just everything to me. I would love to meet her…

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  274. When Laura sold her horse to buy a stove for Ma

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  275. My favorite episode is “Harvest of Friends”. I love how the townspeople saw what was happening and that two little girls were helping their pa fulfill his obligation. They stopped what they were doing and took over.

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  276. I love the episode when Laura pushed Nelly down the hill and says “You are Such a Good Friend Nellie”

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  277. My favorite episode is Back to School the opening two part episode of Season 6. Where Albert dresses up to meet the new teacher thinking that she will be a bombshell and I loved the first time Laura and Almanzo meet.

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  278. Cannot pick just one, all so good. Laura and Pa were the best.

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  279. My favorite character was Nelly, as she had that spit-fire personality and always made the show so fun to watch. I’ll never forget the “Bunny” episode, where Laura pushed Nelly into the lake in the wheelchair. Nelly gave some of the most hilarious performances!

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  280. A a great time!

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  281. One of my fave episodes is “The Lake Monster”. When Harriet jumps up & runs away screaming, I belly-laugh out loud every single time I watch it.

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  282. Comment *“Little House on the Prairie” is my favorite show from my childhood, it’s my reference. I like everything about this series: the actors and their roles, the values, the scenarios, the landscapes, the settings.
    This represents the sweetest moments of my childhood
    I read Laura Ingalls’ books. I received one every Christmas…
    I like a lot of characters and too many episodes to choose just one.
    Above all, I dream of such a journey in the footsteps of the tv show.
    Love from France

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  283. This is my most favorite show of ALL time so I cannot pick one single favorite episode or character. I absolutely LOVE them all! This show represents the love, security & fun of my childhood memories. I own all the books & dvds & it would be the ultimate trip for me to visit where there was filmed & meet the actors who are such a big part of my childhood memories!

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  284. Love the show been watching it since it aired still watch it too this day .Would love to win I’m disabled and this is a dream come true. Have a blessed day

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  285. My favorite character is Laura. She simply epitomizes the pioneer spirit. I have loved this series since I was young and grew up reading all the books as well. I’d love to tour the real life locations too!

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  286. My favorite character is Laura.

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  287. My favorite episode is when Laura and Almanzo fall in love.

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  288. My favorite character is Laura.

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  289. I love the Little house in the Big Woods, this started my love for the show. I was 9 years old and living in Illinois, where I was born and raised, When I was 38 my husband and 4 kids moved to Montana. We stll are in Montana, kids have moved on, but my husband and I still watch the shows!

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  290. I am 61 years old and my husband is 60. I have watched this since the day it began. Love!!!

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  291. I love Little house. I am 24 year’s old and I fell in love with the show when I was 13. I still watch it. I loved all the characters but of course we didn’t like Nellie Olsen. My favorite character is Charles Ingalls. He was an amazing man, he was so heart feeling and so deep in with his family and friends. In 2019, I went down to Hollywood. I looked up where Michael landons star and looked and looked, and we found it. That was the best day of my life. My favorite episode is the one Laura pushes Nellie down the hill because Nellie lied being hurt. Laura definitely got her revenge.

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  292. Laura

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  293. I loved The episode where armando asked laura’s dad if he could marry her

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  294. I love the episode where. El manzo wanted to marry laura and asked her father and her father said that she had to wait two years

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  295. I thoroughly enjoyed the episode where Laura enthusiastically seasoned Nellis’ chicken with a generous amount of pepper, resulting in an incredibly spicy dish. It was also delightful to witness Laura’s encounter with Almandine during that episode. In fact, I hold a deep affection for each and every episode, as they are forever etched in my memory. This show holds a special place in my heart—I absolutely adore it!

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  296. My episode is Sweet Sixteen

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  297. Love the show. All are my favorites. Especially the one when Laura pushes Nellie down the hill
    in her wheel chair!!
    I miss the show. Wish it still aired on TV yet!!

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  298. It’s too hard to name a favorite character as they all became like family (even Mrs. Olsen!). However, telling you about my favorite episode is easy. When I was little, I remember watching The Monster of Walnut Grove, and literally screaming when they rolled the dummy’s head down the cellar steps. Nellie got exactly what she deserved in that episode. Also, the special guest appearance at the end truly made it a Halloween classic : )

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  299. My favorite episode is “Sweet Sixteen” when Laura becomes a teacher and Almanzo finally sees her as a young woman.

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  300. One of my favorite episodes is The In-laws

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  301. Oh, my other favorite episode was when Laura finds the fools gold and has dreams about what she’ll do when they’re rich! And Mr. Edwards is probably one my most favorite characters. I’ve sang his song all my life… you know the one! 😉 I love all of Little House and look forward to seeing the set, some of the actors, and all the fun we’re gonna have!

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  302. Hreat

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  303. How can I choose one!! All the episodes are the best but my favorite episode would have to be season 1 episode 2 “The harvest of friends”, when Charles climbed the tree and fell, and the guy told him he still had to pay for his still had to pay off his debt and everyone saw him struggling and came to help him. That still makes me emotional till this day. The most saddest episode was “the 100 mile walk” when Charles had to mine dynamite and his friend stepped on dynamite and blew up. The funnest episode was s2 ep11 “the gift” when the kids tried to sell medicine to buy reverend a new Bible and Mary and Laura were hustling the town to buy the medicine by looking like the less fortunate lol. Overall all the episodes were my favorite!!

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  304. I love Little House on the Prairie books and TV show. I’ve read the books so many times!!! So has my daughter. I don’t have a favorite show. I love them all!!!

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  305. Half-pint!!
    I thought I was her when I was young! I watched everyday after school with my freckles and braids and loved every minute. My favorite episodes were when they had babies and when Nellie Olson got what was coming to her!

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  306. I love the show I love melissa Gilbert my favorite one is when Edwards brings there Christmas gifts is just 1 of my favorite have lots

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  307. I grew up with the books and the tv show and still love them all. It would be a dream to attend the 50th reunion!

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  308. My favorite episode is Christmas at Plum Creek. It was the first episode I ever saw and I watch it every year

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  309. My favorite episode is the pilot, with “ The Lord is My Shepherd” a close second.
    I love all of the characters, but I think my favorite would have to be “Pa”. Glued to the screen each week, as “Little House” aired, I was mesmerized & envious of Laura & Mary’s relationship with their father. My own Dad was actually similar in character to Charles, but my sister and I were separated from him much of the time, due to divorce of our parents, and distance of his residence. But we had summers in the country with him, and it felt a little like we were living a similar life to the Ingalls clan. We even eventually referred to our Dad & new stepmom as “Pa” & “Ma”, due to our love of the series! Charles’s infinite wisdom as a parent, and overflowing love that I could feel emanating through the television set, still give me the same wonderful, warm feelings today, watching the episodes time & again, as I felt almost 50 years ago, when I was that young girl, watching them for the first time. In my book, “Little House on the Prairie” is the best television series ever produced!! Thank you to every single person involved in every facet of bringing it to life!

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  310. I think Michael Landon did a great job with the creation of this series based the original series of books by the original pioneer woman author, Laura Ingalls Wilder.

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  311. Loved the episode where they got snowed in up to the 2nd floor and had to get across to the barn.

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  312. My post got deleted. Can I have the link to survey?

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  313. This show was my favorite growing up. I read all the books.
    I think my favorite characters were Mr. Edward’s, Alfonso, PA, Mr. Olson and many more.

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  314. I loved all the episodes! I didn’t have a favorite cause they all where my favorite! I could just watch them over and over! I loved watching Laura and Nellie the best !

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  315. My favorite is when Nellie comes back and acknowledges how horrible she used to be and reflects on how much she’s grown.

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  316. Well, I have so many episodes that I absolutely love. The ones that touched my heart and affected my love for love, are the episodes when Albert feel in love with Sylvia. Young love 💕 is so special and magical. If you’ve been Fortunate to have felt young love then you know what I mean. When I saw those episodes I fell in love with love and I have been chasing that kind of love ever since! Thank you to all of the writers that have touched the souls of many! 🙏🏾
    I love Little House on the Prairie ❤️

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  317. Greetings Friends

    I absolutely LOVE “Little House on the Prairie” !!

    My favorite characters are: Charles & Caroline Ingalls, Harriet & Nellie Oleson & Mrs. Beedle

    Have a Blessed Day

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  318. This is a huge part of my childhood. I feel like a piece of my heart lives in Walnut Grove. Laura is my favorite character. I believe she reminded me of myself. I love the relationship s she has. Especially with PA and Mr. Edwards. This has been a dream of mine to tour the ranch . I think this is the best case scenario to visit with the cast. I can’t wait!!!

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  319. My favorite episode is “As Long As We’re Together” Part 1 . season 5 episode 1

    The episode where the family meets Albert for the first time.

    I had a pretty rough childhood, and I always hoped for something like Albert experienced.
    I really loved Little House. My grandmother would babysit when I was young I and I watched it with her constantly. Thanks for all the years of entertainment and comfort.

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  320. One of my favorite episodes is Child Of Pain. The whole town coming together not only to save a little boy from abuse, but to also save his father from an alcohol addiction really gets me emotional.

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  321. One of my favorite episodes is when Laura found out Nellie could walk and then pushed her down that big hill. I still can laugh thinking about it!
    I think my other favorite is Mr Edwards.

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  322. I especially like Laura and Albert and their adventures together. My favourite episode is Fagin, where they grow into sister and brother.

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  323. So many favorites! I especially loved Christmas when Mr. Edwards had met Santa Claus because the snow was so deep! And when Laura called Almanzo “Manly” because she misunderstood “Manny”. <3

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  324. Love all of Little House show all of them are awesome. Enjoy them all

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  325. I appreciated the episode when Laura follows Rev. Alden’s advice and runs to the mountains to be closer to God because it is interpreted by Laura and is seen through her point of view. I also related to Laura since we were close in age and were considered “tomboys.” Of course, I loved Mr. Edwards as well – what’s not to love about him?

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  326. I got a comment on my comment on the entry post from “selectionofwinner” wanting me to click on a link. Is this legitimate?

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  327. I grew up watching Little House, and now I still watch it with my daughter. I have SO many episodes that are close to my heart. One of them is when Mary meets Adam. Another one is when Laura and Almanzo fall in love. And also, when they Ingalls meet and adopt Albert!

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  328. I have many favorite episodes, but one is “Troublemaker.” I identify with this episode because I was picked on by a teacher in 5th grade. In this case, my Dad did not come to my defense, but my favorite teacher did when I was banished to the Library. Like Laura, there was no rhyme or reason why he would specifically pick on me. Nowadays bullying between classmates is common and treated seriously, but no one ever really brings up bullying by teachers.

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  329. My favorite episode from Little House was watching Nellie transform into a kind person and learning how to cook was great! I love Percival.

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  330. Well I hope it is a good sign the raffle started on my birthday 🤞My favorite episode was the Cinnamon chicken, although Almanzo “Zaldamo” Harriet’s voice 😆 wasnt her first crush he was her love!

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  331. Little House in the Prairie has also been my favorite show of all time , I still love watching reruns over and over, I have all episodes on VHS and DVDs. My favorite episode is where Laura finds the letters in the creek from “be my friend” then she and her Pa find baby Grace.

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  332. My sister used to run upstairs, grab her bonnet, and watch Little House. I’ve given her several books, and now I would like to give this to her.

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  333. My favourite episode was Christmas in plum creek where Laura ingles sold her little pony so she could buy her mamma the wood stove she absolutely loved her mother more than anything 😊❤️

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  334. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE Little House on the Prairie! I can watch all of the episodes over, and over, and over again! I love all of the characters because each one of them added that special touch to each episode. I would have to say that almost every episode brought tears to my eyes and every episode made my heart feel full and happy! : )

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  335. My favorite episode, let’s see, which season? Favorite season 1 is Country Girls. Many other seasons and episodes: Plague, Creeper of Walnut Grove, The Werewolf of Walnut Grove, and I Remember, I Remember, and The Stranger were my favorites. Some episodes were reminiscent of Bonanza episodes: The Stranger”, where a boy who misbehaved with the Olesons stayed with Charles Ingalls to learn discipline, came straight from Bonanza’s “The Trouble With Jamie” where Ben Cartwright whipped the boy into shape. Most stories were part Laura Ingalls Wilder and Michael Landon combined, but the lessons were what was important. You learned something in every episode.

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  336. Love this show! Mr. Edwards and Laura are my favorites!

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  337. I never missed an episode. To this day I watch little house and New Beginnings all the time. The show was such a blessing. I loved every character. Laura around my age and I looked up to her and her family. My favorite episodes were “A Matter of Faith” and “He was only Twelve”. I hated when James died. I had so much emotion. I felt Charles pain. Michael Landon was such an amazing actor. Thank you the shows and the Facebook site.

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  338. This sounds amazing!

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  339. This has been my favorite show since I was little would love to be able to go to this o have seen ever episode over and over again

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  340. My Favorite episode is when Laura is list and found in the top of a mountain, and given a cross.

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  341. My favorite episodes always involved special times between Ma and the girls. I never felt like Ma got equal screen time. Karen Grassle always had a serene expression, no matter how challenging the moment might be – she was a real teacher for little people with regard to controlling one’s emotions. She even taught us how to be angry; she showed young people proper behavior by example. Having read quite a bit about Caroline, I am even more impressed by the real Ma and the woman who played her on TV. So much adversity, yet she did not let on to her children.

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  342. Little House was my favorite show growing up! At one point, I could tell you exactly what the episode was about by the title! My favorite episode is Harvest of Friends and Country girls! I also loved when Laura and Almanzo were married!

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  343. I grew up with Little House on the Prairie and love it to this day! When I taught 5th grade, I introduced my class to Little House on the day we would have to eat inside or have free time and they always would ask for more. My favorite episodes are those in which Laura and Nellie interact – so much to learn about real life and socialization in those scenes!

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  344. I absolutely adored all the episodes but, really enjoyed the one with Mary falling in love with I believe was Matt…but he wanted to leave to be an author. So heartbreaking.

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  345. Watching the Oleson’s riding over to rescue Nellie from the “Pig Farmer” was the best!

    “Nels! Get the shotgun!”

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  346. My favorite episode is called, “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not Part 1” where Nellie meets Percival. After watching so many seasons of her being almost irredeemable, it’s nice to see her finally meet her match and show a softer side. Plus, who didn’t want to see her get eggs smashed on her head? 😂

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  347. I would love to win this! Loved Nellie and Percival the most

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  348. I don’t know how to pick just one favorite episode! I guess I’d choose Back to School or Sweet Sixteen, but my list would take forever to write out!

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  349. The best episode EVER is “Sweet Sixteen.” It brings back all the feels of young love, and has the beautiƒul satisfaction of watching unrequited love finally get returned. Everyone has had a crush at one point or another, so it’s a treasure watching the story unfold. Makes my heart melt every single time.

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  350. Laura was my fav character. I looked forward to every episode and began my love of reading when I read the book series.

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  351. My favorite episode is when Laura turns 16 and Almanzo realizes he is in love with her. I could watch it again and again!! My favorite character is…all of them. I cant name one I dont enjoy.

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  352. 55 years old and I still watch Little House – and I still laugh and cry……….My all time favorite show!

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  353. I love so many episodes. Just to name a few favorites: Sweet Sixteen, Men Will be Boys, He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not…

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  354. Mr. Edward’s is one of my favorite characters. He was such a friend to the Ingalls’ family. Of course, he had a soft spot for Laura. My favorite episode with him is the Christmas episode where he had to cross the creek to bring them Christmas.

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  355. My favourite character is Laura Ingalls

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  356. Thanks for giving an opportunity for some to be able to go and be a part of the 50th anniversary of LHoTP. Wow would I love to win this!

    I don’t have any favorites because I love them all! I spent my childhood watching little house with my dad. He passed away 20 years ago at the young age of 62 and everytime I reminisce of my dad, little house is part of my fond memories of him. The show reminded him as a boy working on the farm and the family values that he unfortunately didn’t have. There were many tears shared while watching and I will never forget how my dad wasn’t ashamed of how emotional he was. Amazing memories of my dad and an equally amazing show. I would really love to win this.

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  357. I am doing this for my daughter Chelsea! She is a big fan of Little House on the Prairie. One of her favorite episodes is when Mrs Olsen goes camping and Nellie gets her graduation gift. Would love to win this

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  358. Thanks for giving an opportunity for some to be able to go and be a part of the 50th anniversary of LHoTP. Wow would I love to win this!

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  359. I’ve watched LHOTP and highway to heaven ever since I was little probably around 3 or 4 my whole family loved the show. I’ve got all of the seasons and have watched them so many times I know the words. This is on my bucket list! I don’t really have a favorite episode but I really loved Victor French his personality, looks the whole thing reminds me so much of my late daddy who passed when I was 13 20 years ago they could pass for twins!! Now I have a miracle baby (wasn’t supposed to have children) and she loves the show as well as my husband! 💜

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  360. My favorite episode is Back to School part 1 and 2, Laura meets Almanzo for the 1st time, its so funny with the cinnamon chicken

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  361. Favorite episode would be the Country Girls Season 1 Episode 2…..it was the newness and friendship beginnings. Had me excited to watch LHOTP series until the best episode ever was A Christmas They Never Forgot Season 8 Episode 11. It was a nice warm fuzzy feeling that year of 1981.

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  362. I have so many episodes that I would consider a ‘favorite’ but one that sticks in my mind was when Laura was a young girl and she was jealous her baby brother and wished he died. Suddenly, the baby became ill and passed away and Laura believed God took her brother away because she wished it. Charles Ingalls looked so much like my own father and I was so close to him as a young child and growing up. I think this episode was one of my favorites because I always craved his attention so much and could relate to Laura’s feelings. The Little House on the Prairie was a constant for me. I read all the books as a child, watched each episode many many times, and as an adult, not too long ago, purchased the entire volume set in the hopes I could read them to my grand-daughter one day.

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  363. My favorite episode is The Lord is my Shepherd. It teaches you that God answers your prayers, even if it is not how you want. I do love every episode, but that one is my favorite.

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  364. My favorite episode is the one where Nels Olsen finally gets fed up with Harriet’s attitude and domineering nature, so he takes his hound dog and moves into the hotel. I know it was only temporary, but it was the best decision he ever made in that marriage 🤣

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  365. ONE of my favorite episodes is when Laura pushed Nelly down the hill after she found out Nelly was faking that she couldnt walk

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  366. It is so hard to pick just one show or character. So I would start with the very first show when Mr Edward’s brings Christmas gifts to the family.All he went through to show just how much love he had inside him for others.A great lesson I learned from that show and so many other ones .Give from the heart without expecting anything back.
    As for a favorite character I would have to say Pa Micheal Landon.I wished and dreamed as a kid ,that he was the father I never knew.When he pasted a piece of my dreams did too.

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  367. So many favorite episodes. I think a favorite is when Laura and Nellie finally have a real throw down in the mud over Almanzo. Especially learning later they had no mics so had a blast screaming all sorts of things at each other.

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  368. My favorite episode is the morphine episode with Albert

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  369. My favorite episode is the “Stone Soup” episode. I cry every time the kids water the trees. And of course when Laura pushes Nellie down the hill!

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  370. As a kid, I always loved how kind Laura’s dad was to everyone, especially to “half-pint” with all of her rabble rousing. Things always worked out by the end of the show and all was well that ended well.

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  371. I always loved the sweet bond between Half Pint and Mr. Edwards. This show is like comfort food and takes me back to a simpler time and place.

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  372. My favorite episode is “Second Spring”. I love Nels as a character and at some points in the series, you definitely have to wonder if he’s happy with how his life, and marriage, have turned out.

    And even though he finds happiness in “Second Spring” he is faced with the moral dilemma he has chosen to put himself in the middle of. He’s happy, but he can’t really be happy, because at his core he’s an honest man… and he can’t continue with the dishonesty.

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  373. I grew up watching LHOTP with my mom and dad. Now that they have both passed away I watch to remind myself of them and how much we loved this show.

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  374. Sweet 16 part 1 and 2 are my absolute favourite. Laura’s coming of age as a young school teacher was a beautiful event to witness as a young viewer (I was in elementary school at the time watching the DVD sets). I am now 23 in my first year as a social worker and can now first hand understand what Laura went through. Having to establish herself despite her young age, little experience and having students/clients close in age. I also loved watching Alamzo’s eureka moment where in supporting/witnessing Laura in this process, he realizes she is not just a young friend, bu a woman he loves.

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  375. I love this show so much! I could watch it all the way through over and over again. I have sooo many favorite characters, it’s hard to choose just one

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  376. Bandit the dog!

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  377. I love everything about this contest. Being a Little House Geek my entire life I can’t imagine anything more thrilling than this!

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  378. Watched this with our 4 daughters who are no 60 and below. I have no favorite because I loved all of them equally. Our youngest daughter has one of the 1st. sets if not the first set of the books, and one and myself has the complete CD set.

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  379. I always loved the rivalry between Laura and Nellie. It was fierce, and it all started in Season 1, episode 2, “Country Girls”. My all time favorite is season 3, episode 2, “Bunny”. Nellie’s meanness reaches new heights. After Nellie beats Bunny with a stick, Bunny gallops away and throws Nellie to the ground. When Laura learns that Nelle has been faking her injuries so Laura would keep doing her homework, Laura pushes wheelchair bound Nellie down the hill and into a pond. One of my favorite classic moments of the series.

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  380. The feud between Laura and Nellie is up there for sure!!! And Mrs Olsen! What great characters!

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  381. I love this show! I grew up watching it with my mom and we still continue to watch it. My favorite episode is the sweet sixteen episode when Almanzo starts to fall for Laura ☺️

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  382. I’d love to come. I’m a big fan! I use to wear a bonnet as a kid at times because of the show. BTW, I’m a righteous biblical figure. Written about in the Bible. Revelation 12.

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  383. My favorite episode is The Raccoon, Jasper. My second favorite is My Ellen.

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  384. Wow what a fantastic giveaway!! I always loved this show growing up. So did my Mama (RIP).
    My fave character was Nellie lol

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  385. My favorite episodes are of Laura when she is almost 16 and is in love with Manly. And he finally realizes he’s in love with her. The Sweet SIXTEEN and also I love her wedding to Manly. I love Laura and Mary when they were Country Girls. So many. Bunny episodes. Laura was a great actress!!

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  386. Loved Little House as a child! I have been showing them to my kiddos as we read Farmer Boy.

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  387. My favorite character is Mrs. Olson. Love how she feels like she’s above everyone but always has to come down to earth.

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  388. I loved the one with the Angel – first season. I think it was Ernest Borgnine?

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  389. There are way too many great episodes to choose from! I watch reruns every morning. 🙂

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  390. My favorite episode is Sweet 16. Seeing Almanzo finally falling in love with Laura was just so sweet!

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  391. Little House

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  392. Fave character: Nellie Olson (Although my best pal and I often quote Nancy: “You hate me. ALL of you!!!” When I was five years old, my parents wouldn’t let my sister and me stay up to watch LH. I was too ashamed to admit to my friends on Tuesdays (it was on Monday nights then) that, unlike them, I hadn’t watched the episode the night before. Instead, I would ask them what their favorite part was and then say “mine too.” I will never forgive my parents for putting me in that situation (lol). Had they let me watch, I may have learned lessons from Pa about fibbin’. PS – the specific friend I’d ask about show content was named Nellie. And she relished that fact. PSS – I love Alison Arngrim’s zoom show 🙂

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  393. My favorite character has to be Laura 👧🏽. I always pretended she was my best friend and we did anything together!

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  394. My favorite episode is “Sweet Sixteen”. I love the change that suddenly hits Almanzo after he has driven Laura home from school all those weeks. That episode also aired on television (in re-runs) the day before I was about to start my first teaching job. I took it as a sign I was in the right career. 27 years later, I am still teaching!!

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  395. Laura has always been my favorite character. As a child I read all of the books that Laura wrote, many times over. I have several sets of the books, including all the extras that have been written! I watch LHOTP every day, sometimes it’s on my TV all day long. I have the set of all the episodes in the “Little House” container. It’s my dream to visit the set at Semi Valley and meet Melissa Gilbert!

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  396. One of my favorite episodes is “Sylvia”! 🥺

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  397. Spero di esserci

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  398. I have a few favorites… When ma learns to like Mr. Edwards at Christmas, and the episode where the old lady plans her own funeral to see her children. And of course, the end show of the series when they blow up the town is amazing. All in all I still probably watch at least an episode a day, it is a wonderful release from today’s reality of almost no one ever helping their neighbor. Which reminds me of the first episode when the town helps Charles stack the hay. Just good old fashioned morality.

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  399. I can’t put my finger on one favorite character for I love them all. And there are so many wonderful, great episodes to choose from. Right now the first episode that comes to mind is “The Wisdom of Solomon.” As a kid I didn’t cry like I do now when I watch this episode. It was wonderfully written, acted, and directed.

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  400. I have always been a little house fan. I cannot choose a favorite episode. I love them all, including the pilot. I love the pilot. When I was in elementary school, some made fun of me for my Little House lunchbox, but I did not care. I have never wavered in my love for Little House.

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  401. I can’t think of just one favorite episode because I LOVE them all! But, without a doubt my favorite line from Nellie Olson was ‘Who’s going to do the cooking?’ when Harriet gave her the restaurant. I hate to cook just like Nellie! 🙂

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  402. The episode when Laura sells her beloved pony, Bunny, to Nellie so she could buy a stove for her mother at 🎄.

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  403. Nellie…reminds me of mean girls when I went to school

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  404. My favorite episode is where Nellie meets Percival. They are adorable together!

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  405. One of my favorite episodes is part 1 and 2 of “Times are Changing”. Things do change in life and it’s as relatable now as it was back then.

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  406. My favorite episode is, If I Should Wake Before I Die in Season 1 Episode 6.

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  407. My favorite episode is part 1 and 2 of May We Make Them Proud. I love how everyone on the show comes together to comfort Mary and Adam. The acting alone makes this episode seem so real.

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  408. My Favorite Episode was a Harvest of Friends

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  409. Im entering to win for me and my ma!
    My favorite episode is the Christmas episode. Bunny gets traded by Laura so she can get the stove for ma. 😭❤️

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  410. “Christmas At Plum Creek”!

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  411. I liked the first season episodes when the cabin was being built. I liked that building a lot for some reason, it was so unique. Also, I liked the episodes when anything nineteenth century-ish was being built, sewn or otherwise constructed, or when Charles worked at the lumber mill. I think these types of episodes were woven throughout the seasons.

    There was always so much to look at in each episode, especially the countryside and small towns.

    Is there a plan drawn up and sold anywhere for the cabin.

    Love the idea of a festival.

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  412. I have LOVE everything about Little House on The Prairie since I was 2nd grader!! One favorite character is hard! I enjoy Mrs Olsen and her funny episodes like going camping with Laura’s family to find leaf’s for the school project! Another character is Ms Beetle kind soul and her lemon verbena! Lastly my favorite character is Laura! Country Girls episode, the episode with Olga and and Christmas episodes are my favorites!

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  413. Mi capitulo preferido es dulces 16!! todos los capítulos con la historia de Laura y Almanzo me dejan obnubilada. Tengo 23 años y en casa sigue siendo furor la serie. gracias

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  414. I forgot to add that my favorite character was Mr Olsen and I loved the “scary” Halloween episode!

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  415. My sister and I grew up watching this show and reading all of the books. It is our all time favorite! If I win, I will be bringing her along on our first ever sisters trip! I wish tv shows were this pure and sweet today!

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  416. What an amazing opportunity to experience this first hand. My daughter and I watched the series this summer and she loved it. This was our version of summer school. She learned and realized the show also taught great character traits that I’ve taught her herself. She still comments about it weekly, and asks me questions like what character would you have liked to be if you lived in that time period. What would you have done in this scene or in this other scene. She says it’s not fair that we can’t buy candy for half a cent and get a lot nowadays. I remember watching the series before I started kindergarten with my mom, and I love that I was able to do the same with my daughter. My favorite episode is from Season 1, episode 15. Laura makes a deal with Mr. Oleson to be able to gift her mom a stove. Everyone from the Ingalls family does something special in order to gift another family member a Christmas gift. My daughter and I would be so happy and appreciative if we win this giveaway.

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  417. I Love this show. I grew up with watching the show and still watch it today. I Love all the Characters on the show Laura Ingalls and I are the same age. I would be honored to win this tickets for me and my husband to go see where it was filmed.

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  418. Little house was one of my all
    Time favorite shows growing up. Charles was such a wonderful character. I just loved him.

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  419. I love little house on the prairie. I’ve been watching since I was born. It was one of my dad’s favorite shows. My favorite character is Laura! One of my favorite, memorable episodes was when laura is jealous of Mary for being number one in the math competition, but then is asked to watch over the house because her mom is gone with mary.

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  420. I love and have loved little house all my life

    My favorite episode is when Laura goes to the mountain to talk to God to ask forgiveness for her mean thoughts about her new baby brother.

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  421. I love “Christmas at Plum Creek”. Such a sweet story and I love the way it is told through music.

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  422. It’s so hard to pick a favorite episode, but one that always makes me laugh is from season 3 when Nellie falls off Laura’s horse, Bunny, and Laura takes on the arduous task of waiting on Nellie hand and foot!

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  423. I love all the LIttle House episodes but especially the Christmas ones and when they are younger!

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  424. Probably Laura growing up but now I appreciate Mary more!

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  425. My favorite episode is “country girls”. There is so much to learn from that one. The family is new to walnut grove. The girls are very young. Ma turns out making dresses for the girls when they think she’s making herself a dress. Laura writes about it but what she writes is so little. When she stands up to present it, her heart overflows with love for her Ma & Ms beadle gets it. And the girls wear those dresses for so many episodes afterwards reminding us of that one act of love. No matter how many times I watch that one episode, I cry tears of happiness.

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  426. As so many others, Little House was a staple for me as I was growing up and believe it helped shape me into the grown up I am today. The values learned thru this show was so amazing and I still watch it all the time. I have every dvd ever made so I can watch it whenever I want to again for the 100th time. My favorite character is Nellie and Willie. When Nellie says you can go cry to Miss Beedle and I won’t take it back, then Laura pushes her and Willie says I take it back hahaha. Love the 3 of them together and how their friendship grows into a strong one as adults.

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  427. Love the whole series!!!

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  428. I loved all of the episodes with Laura and Almanzo! Whether it be when she was a little girl, when they they were courting, or married. They were so wonderful!

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  429. Little House in the Big Woods was the first book I ever read in 1967, so of course I fell in love with the show. My favorite character was Ma, because Karen Grassle portrayed her perfectly.

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  430. My favorite episode is “Christmas at Plum Creek”!

    As a kid, I tried making an aluminum foil star … it was harder than it looks! 🙂

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  431. So many, but I loved the show when Laura ran away and talked to God!

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  432. my fave episode is when they take th dying boy to see th ocean

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  433. I started watching LHOTP in fourth grade, right after my teacher showed us the pilot movie in class. I absolutely loved it and immediately started the series. I would have to say apart from the Ingalls family, Mrs. Oleson has to be my favorite character. She brought so much comedy and laughter to the show. Some of my favorite episodes are Family Quarrel, The Camp-Out, The Race, Sweet Sixteen, and Wave of the Future.

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  434. Melissa Gilbert as Laura Ingalls is my character. She didn’t fit in with society standards and I liked that about her. She was her own person. I love her personality!

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  435. My favorite episodes are Remember Me, 1& 2! Mr. Edwards finding love with Grace and adopting the three orphans…I cry every time! So sweet. And of course Michael Landon wrote and directed them too.

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  436. Hello my name is Melanie and as a schoolgirl at the age of 10 I used to watch with my mom we love the series and the character of Almanso Wilder. Greetings from Germany!

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  437. My favorite character is Laura.

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  438. My favorite episode is when the rats contaminated the cornmeal. “Burn this place to the ground!”

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  439. A Nellie Oleson episode. “Talking Machine” when Nellie records Laura to embarrass her.

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  440. My favorite episodes are Christmas at Plum Creek, the one when the Olsen’s adopted Nancy, and the one when Laura meets Almanzo.

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  441. I grew up watching little house on the prairie and I have homeschooled my 5 kids and they have watched all episodes several times. I have even read all the books to them.

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  442. Favorite show was actually the last one – the true emotion of the townspeople standing up for what they believe as well as the emotional feelings of all the cast was incredible!

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  443. My favorite tv show as a child and still to this day. I hated my name (Nelly) growing up because of Nellie Olesons character. It made me strive to be kinder. Favorite episode was when Laura went up to the highest mountain she could find to talk to God and came across an angel who took care of her while Pa and Mr Edward’s searched for her.

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  444. I grow up with the wonderful series little house on the prairie.. it’s one of my dreams to meet Melissa Gilbert and the others actors. Sharon the dog trainer visit me in Belgium and stay with me for a week. Hope that I can came to visit and make my dream come true greetings from Belgium 🇧🇪

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  445. I love everything about Little House and now my daughters do too. It’s a television series that will never grow old. My favorite characters are Laura and Albert but I always cry when Pa cries! So heartwarming and filled with good sound morals, Little House will forever be my favorite show ever made.

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  446. Mon épisode le plus émouvant relate le moment où Marie perd la vue complétement dans sa chambre et qu’elle crie “papa” j’en pleure encore aujourd’hui.

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  447. How exciting.
    All LH episodes are favorite but the one I remember the most is The pilot.
    Meeting everyone, the girls always smiling & Ma & Pa enjoying every moment during hard times because they had eachother.

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  448. My favorite was tge Halloween special where Mrs. olsen lost her head or so they thought! lol. also loved the bizzard and one about the rats getting in the food making everyone ill

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  449. I can’t imagine my childhood without this show! It’s definitely a part of me and will forever be my favorite show of all time!
    It’s so hard to pick a favorite! I love the Christmas episodes- SO heart warming! I also love the hilarious episodes like the camping trip with the Ingalls and Olsens! So many good ones to name!!!

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  450. COUNTRY GIRLS!

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  451. My favorite character is Laura and my favorite episode is The Race. I’ve been a Little House mega fan since I was 7 years old and I am now almost 30. It’s always been my comfort show!

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  452. I love all LHOTP episodes. Like most people, I grew up watching it from 8 years old to today, I’m 58 now. I have my grandson watching it at 2 years old. The love, compassion, trials and survival of living in the 1800’s was certainly brought to life in this tv series. I cannot say there is one favorite episode because they were ALL great! All the actors did a great job in their performances, so there isn’t a favorite actor that I can say I like the most, I love them all.

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  453. I loved these books as a child , I read them all multiple times. Laura was my favorite!

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  454. The Lord is My Shepherd – Pa Ingalls

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  455. My favorite favorite favorite episode is “Country Girls”. My sister and I just watched it again this past weekend!!!

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  456. “For the love of Nancy”
    I believe it’s the best episode ever. The way that episode ends and the message behind it it’s amazing. I know it’s kind of the “new” ones, but for me, I can’t forget that episode. I was a chubby kid at that time and it helped me to start thinking more about me and no for others.

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  457. My favorite episode is “Cinnamon Chicken” aka Back to School Part 2 from season 6.

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  458. Albert and Laura were my favorite characters. I am so thankful for this show and I promote it to all the families I work with as a Therapist. Parents appreciate it. Favorite episode = when Laura taught the Deaf boy sign language (I am Deaf), but I also loved anything Albert- like when Charles found him living under the Cuty building as a kid, and then later, he loved Silvia SO much!!!! ♥️

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  459. I grew up watching this show and I have re-watched the entire series too many times to count. My favorite character is Laura.. her innocence radiated through the television and she always learned/taught such valuable lessons. Such a heart warming character.

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  460. My favorite episode…there are so many. Ive been watching little house since i was a child and even had my mom make me a bonnet. I love the episode “Little Girl Lost” when carrie falls in the whole. Its so emotional and love how everyone chips in to save her. I love the country girls episode. How Laura just loves Ms. Beadle and they form this friendship. I can go on and on about episodes but then this would be pages long. My favorite character is Laura Ingalls and Caroline Ingalls.

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  461. I read the whole series in the 1960’s. My husband and I watched the series together. He commented one day that Laura reminded him of me as a little girl. “Farm girl, closely knit family and a little naughty but loving child.”

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  462. I loved the episode of when Laura became a teacher . In such a fan of little house on the prairie. It would be a dream come true.

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  463. Love this show!!!!

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  464. My favorite Episode is Sweet Sixteen. The Love Story about Laura and Almanzo is so wonderful. And Charles is an amazing Dad!

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  465. One of my favorite characters is Mr. Oleson. He’s always so patient, kind, and puts up with so much when Mrs. Oleson, Nellie, and/or Nancy get out of control. He may not have been one of the main characters, but I felt like he often stole the show in some of the episodes.

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  466. My favourite episode is probably episode 14, from season 8. It is called “The Legacy”; maybe it isn’t one of the best episodes in the series, but it has a deep emotional impact on me. When I first watched it with my husband we found it almost weird; it started with a modern setting and an auction; we tought we were watching the wrong series. But then we watched as the story behind an apparently anonymous piece of furniture unfold, and the great story lived by Charles Ingalls revealed the symbolism of that unique table. But, in the end, Charles couldn’t win against industrials; and there he realized that, if he wanted a legacy, that shall be his children. But someone still bought that table and remembered him decades later; such a beautiful message as we too, sometimes, would like to do something that makes our legacy stronger, and not disappear as Charles’ friend who died; but when we look at our son,we cheer and are happy about the life we have and the family we created. Thanks, Charles

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  467. I religiously watched Little House as a young girl when it aired, and watching the re-runs is like putting on a comfy well-loved sweater. The good life messages, the humor, the portrayal of familial love, really helped shape me, my sister, and my cousin. We are in our 40s and 50s and still reference episodes all the time! I love all the characters, but I think my favorite character is Caroline Ingalls – she was no-nonsense but, so smart and warm and loving.

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  468. Love this show!

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  469. I have been watching little house since I was 9 or 10 years old. It has been my favorite show. My favorite episode bas always been Back to School. I love watching the beginning of Laura’s journey to adulthood, and her struggles and trials as she falls in love with Almanzo. I know that Little House has helped shape who I am, and I have so many fond memories of watching it with my friends and family.

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  470. My favorite episode was the little men episode! And my favorite character was either ma ingalls or Charles 🙂

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  471. I have been a HUGE FAN since 1974 and still manage to watch the show still !!!

    It is my DREAM TO MEET HALF-PINT MELISSA GILBERT AND DEAN BUTLER !!!!

    I AM A WOMAN WITH DISABILITIES AND THIS SHOW GETS ME THROUGH MY HARDEST DAYS WHEN I NEED IT SO THANK U TO LHOTP AND LITTLE HOUSE A NEW BEGINNING YOU ARE ALREADY GOLDEN TO ME

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  472. Love this show. I use to watch it with my mom! One of my favorites is when Laura meets almanzo for thr first time!

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  473. So many favorites, but I am most partial to “A Harvest of Friends.” It so perfectly introduced the cast of characters and set the tone for the entire series.

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  474. My favorite episode is the one where the Olesons go with on the Ingalls’ camping trip and Laura and Nellie fall in the river.

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  475. Best show ever. I watched it all through my childhood. Wholesome and comforting entertainment.

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  476. Favorite episode is where Laura starts school for the first day and tell miss Beadle they own books .all Christmas episodes

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  477. I have been a fan since I could watch tv. I would come home from school and at 4pm little house was on. I now watch it on a constant loop. My favorite episode was when Lora was taken captive by a mother that thought she was her daughter. The daughter actually died.

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  478. I have loved this series of movies ever since it first came on .The charactors reminded me of our family members .I truely loved them all , I have laughed , cried and rejoiced right along with everyone if them . Laura was the one that reminded me of myself , Mary reminded me of my older sister Sonya , and then Albert was like our little brother Tate , Charles was my father , that I didnt get to know that well,he passed when I was only around 5 years old, but I would loved for him to be like Charles and Caroline reminded me if my Mama , always making sure we were cared for and Carrie was our younger sister Kathy. I guess the episode where Albert and Laura were trying to fool the bully in school into thinking Albert was a Werewolf , was one of the funniest. I still think of it and laugh.

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  479. Words can’t begin to describe how much Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books, and the show, have meant to me throughout my childhood – and my whole life. I was born in 1969 so I grew up with the girls on the show. Nellie (Alison Arngrim) was my favorite character. How I loved to hate her! I got to meet Alison a few years ago when I took a long-awaited trip to Mansfield MO to Laura and Almanzo’s home. Waiting in the meet-and-greet line, I was dressed head to toe in full prairie garb; when it was my turn to meet her, I said with a big smile, “I’m one of THOSE people.” She took one look at me in my bonnet and braids and quipped, “clearly!” It was so much fun. I am definitely planning to come to the 50th anniversary festival and look forward to meeting everyone and joining with my fellow “bonnet heads” to celebrate!

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  480. The richest man in Walnut Grove is my favorite ,l enjoy watching that episode quite often

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  481. My favorite episode is Boys will be Men or Men will be Boys. I always get the title mixed up. But, Pa and Mr. Garvey follow their boys on a challenge to prove they are men by picking up a letter at the post office in the next town.

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  482. Little House on the Prairie brought our family together! It gave my husband a greater passion for his family and gave us all something to unite on. My oldest son (nearly 13) had a LHOP themed 12th birthday!

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  483. Charles is my kind of dad

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  484. I love the episode where Laura thinks she found gold in the pond. It was titled “At the end of the Rainbow”. Laura and Jonah mine all the “gold” they can carry and bag it up to bring to the bank only to discover that it’s “fools gold”. As a child watching the show there was something so magical about seeing Laura, Mary, Carrie, and Ma and Pa enjoying life in luxury. It’s always fun to dream and Laura sure did a lot of that in this episode.
    After that episode my all time favorite as a child and now as an adult is “The Lord is My Shepherd”. I adore Ernest Borgnine and he was just brilliant in this 2 part episode. I will never forget it.

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  485. I have always loved this show. My favorite episodes were when the blind school moved to Walnut Grove. I enjoyed watching the characters working together.

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  486. Watch this almost every day for 40 years love this show!!!!

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  487. It’s really hard to pick just one favorite episode but I tend to like the comedy episodes more than the serious hardship episodes where they struggled to survive. One of the first episodes that comes to mind is the one when the Ingalls and Olesons went camping and Nellie and Willie picked the poison ivy. It was called “The Camp Out” and was really a hilarious episode that had me laughing a lot.

    I first discovered this show in reruns back in 1992. I was 12 years old and my favorite character at the time was Laura Ingalls Wilder, because she was feisty and not afraid to stand up for herself and others. She was true to herself and a good person, just like I tried to be.

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  488. My favorite character was definitely Laura! Although Nellie Olson was a fun character to love/hate

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  489. My favorite show ever!!! I think my favorite episode is the very first Christmas 🥰 when Mr Edwards brought the girls their Christmas gifts through a storm. How excited they were to get new cups and yams always brought joy to me 🥰🥰 my kids watch and love it too and they are 8 and 6🥰

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  490. My favorite was the pilot movie as it stuck closest to the books. As much as I loved the show, I think I received as much enjoyment from pointing out the discrepancies between, the show, the books, and Laura’s real life. It was like finding easter eggs.

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  491. My favorite episode is the 2-part Laura Ingalls Wilder episode. Eliza Jane always makes me cry. Her character was so tragic but did such a beautiful, selfless thing.

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  492. I loved so many episodes, I cannot pin down, just one. Actually, watching the series, from start to end, right now. Love the show…

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  493. I don’t think there’s an episode I didn’t like. I’m excited for the festival!

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  494. My favorite episode was when Laura was a teacher and about to give birth. Her students helped her save her plants during a heat wave.

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  495. I’ve always wanted to meet Karen Grassle.

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  496. I have always dreamed of meeting all the cast members.

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  497. My favorite character, naturally, being a young girl growing up watching this show, was Laura. My favorite episode was when Laura left Nellie fly down the hill into the pond in her wheelchair when she was faking needing it. I couldn’t quit laughing! It still makes me giggle to think about it 🙂

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  498. Entered! I read all the books and even ones on Carolyn’s childhood, Rose’s childhood and Laura’s grandmother’s childhood! I have seen 3 of the homesteads so far! South Dakota, Independence Kansas and Mansfield, Mo! Hope to make all of them! I also read the books to my kids at night before bed.(they are 30 and 32 now! My daughter and I would like to see this one together and maybe Independence too! Got to meet some of the cast in Pawhuska this fall! One last thing! I was the same age as Mary and Nellie and they made me dream of being a Pioneer girl! But of Course I would have been adventurous like Laura!❤️

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  499. My favorite episode is The Richest Man in Walnut Grove. I love the way the family comes together through the hard times. Charles Ingalls has always been my favorite character. I think it’s mostly because he reminds me a lot of the way my dad was when I was a little girl. Watching the show has always taken me to that safe place I felt as a child.

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  500. SO NICE TO HAVE THIS MEMORY . I AM A GREEK FUN !!

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  501. I love the Little House on the Prairie tv show! I grew up watching it and never missed an episode.

    It’s hard to pick just one favorite character and favorite episode but I always loved Laura and Ms. Beadle. Some of my favorite episodes are: A Harvest of Friends, Bunny, Blizzard, Harriet’s Happenings, and Back to School 1 and 2,

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  502. How exciting! Thank you for the opportunity. 🤞🏼💕

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  503. One of my favorite episodes is “A Matter of Faith”. Karen Grassle had a great performance. Very memorable.

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  504. My favorite episode is when Mr Edward’s comes to visit the Ingalls on Christmas. He comes through the cold blizzard getting wet passing the creek to get to their home. Just so he could bring presents to the girls. What I loved is how touching this episode made me feel and how ma took kindness to Mr Edward. Her face was so happy when she was gifted sweet potatoes. You could tell how grateful she was after not liking him. It was a beautiful Christmas episode that I enjoy watching every Christmas with my family.

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  505. How exciting and it is hard to believe 50 years.

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  506. Laura Ingalls Wilder noted in her book, “These Happy Golden Years”, that Nellie Oleson also wanted Almanzo Wilder. Nellie Oleson beguiled the gentleman, Almanzo, into giving her a buggy ride. Almanzo was unaware that Nellie and Laura were rivals. In the Little House on the Prairie TV show, this rivalry is depicted in the episode about the ‘Cinnamon Chicken’, which Almanzo said was his favorite. Nellie’s mother stated that Nellie knew how to make this dish quite well, which was a lie! Nellie tried to enlist Laura’s help. Laura sabotaged the dish by replacing the cinnamon with pepper. Almanzo did not believe Nellie when, at the end of the meal, she tried to convince a coughing Almanzo that it was really Laura who had prepared the chicken. This was one of my favorites because the episode clearly showed the persistent rivalry between Laura and Nellie, but with a humorous outcome.

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  507. I love this show my mom watched it growing and then watched it all the time while I was growing up and it’s just turned into the show we put on when we don’t know what to watch. We always get pulled in and have to sit down to watch. My favorite character would have to be Laura of course or Ma or Mary they’re all just such inspirational women who work through the hardships they face and make the best of what they have. They’re also not afraid to let their temper loose either. In my opinion they really show the life and beauty of a woman in this time period and I really admire that.

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  508. My favorite character is Isaiah Edwards. My favorite episode is when Charles takes him away from walnut grove and helps him stop drinking.

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  509. Laura will forever be my favorite. Reading all of the books as a child ingrained her in my mind and my heart.

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  510. My favorite episode is days of sunshine/ days of shadow. I like it because not only is it from the books, but it’s very real and gritty emotion . I don’t always see that in television, to me a lot of television is just too unbelievable in storylines or trying to show emotion , that is just not there . To me this episode is very real.

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  511. Favorite character is Mary. Too many great episodes to pick a favorite!

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  512. My favorite episode is “The Lord is my Shepherd.”
    My favorite character is Charles!

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  513. Love this show!
    Love the great examples of parenting from both ma and pa!

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  514. My favorite Little House on the Praire episode of all time is “I’ll Be Waving as You Drive Away” (part 2). I absolutely love Mary Ingalls’ character, so I was fascinated with how she was able to learn so much at the school for the blind. She went from being scared and quiet to being confident in her abilities and an inspiration to others. I was so happy for her when she found and fell in love with Adam Kendall.

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  515. I have been able to visit Minnesota Little House in the Big Woods with my daughter!

    I’ve been able to visiting the House on the Prairie in South Dakota with my entire family!

    I’ve been able to visit Retirement home with yellow kitchen and the house that Rose had bought them from the Sears catalog with my family!
    I just love Laura Ingalls!
    I’ve read all the books in the series!
    I’ve watched all the TV shows and if there was a movie… I watched that too! ❤️❤️❤️

    50 years! How fun!!

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  516. I have been able to visit Minnesota Little House in the Big Woods with my daughter!

    I’ve been able to visiting the House on the Prairie in South Dakota with my entire family!

    I’ve been able to visit Retirement home with yellow kitchen and the house that Rose had bought them from the Sears catalog with my family!

    I’ve read all the books in the series!
    I’ve watched all the TV shows and if there was a movie… I watched that too! ❤️❤️❤️

    50 years! How fun!!

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  517. Charles and Almanzo are my favorites!

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  518. My favorite character was Laura, played by Melissa Gilbert and my favorite episode is “Sweet 16”.

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  519. My favorite character was Laura. I enjoyed all the shows but the Christmas one is always my favorite.

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  520. When I was young, I used to watch this with my mom & even my grandmother! My dark secret is that I was a fan of Nellie! I’m pretty sure it’s because she was a young girl with blonde hair (like me) and not because she was a nasty “prairie B”. But I was sometimes a brat too, so maybe. lol But I did not like it when she was nasty to Laura!!! This is such a great show, a timeless classic!!

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  521. Obviously my favorite character is Half Pint, Laura Ingalls Wilder!

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  522. My favorite character is Charles Ingles & one of my favorite episodes is when Nelly gets married to the “barefoot bumpkin” 😊

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  523. I love Laura and Mr Edwards!

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  524. I adore Charles and Laura’s relationship. It reminded me a lot of my dad and myself when I was younger. Charles went to the ends of the Earth for the whole family. I also love that the actors became so close and like family in real life!

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  525. My favorite episode was Christmas at Plum Creek. It showed how the Ingalls truly loved and wanted what was best for each other. It is such a comforting show!

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  526. So many I like, Laura’s first day teaching, trashing of the sheeves, when Laura runs away to the mountains.

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  527. My favorite character is Ma. As a wife and mother I find myself looking up to her as a role model. I love so many episodes.

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  528. Charles, he’s always so fun loving

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  529. Little House is one of my favorite shows ever! I still watch it when I find it on TV. There are too many favorite episodes to name. A few are when Mary goes blind, when Laura is lost in the woods, the snow storm where they are snowed in at the Ingalls’ for Christmas, the time the teacher let the kids leave the school in the snow…and I could go on and on.

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  530. When I was younger and living at home with my parents we had 2 television sets..one in my parents room and one in the living room. I promise you one of the TV’s always had this show on it. I can remember my mom even taping them on VHS to watch them when and where ever she wanted. One of my favorites and I know it’s my mom’s too but it’s the Christmas episode that Laura sacrifices Bunny by selling her to Nellie so she can get a stove for Caroline for Christmas ..the smile on Laura’s face watching Caroline open her gift even knowing she’s giving her best friend away to Nelly.. unforgettable💚

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  531. How can I pick a favorite episode? The Christmas episodes stand out. Makes you feel all warm and cozy inside. A Christmas They Never Forgot is standing out in my memory right now. Favorite character snowed in and sharing favorite memories of the past? Doesn’t get better than that.

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  532. CAROLINE

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  533. I love “Sweet Sixteen” and all the episodes leading up to Laura and Almanzo’s engagement and wedding! I re-watch them whenever I need a mood booster!

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  534. I have watched Little House since it first aired…I am now 69 and still watch the reruns daily. My older sister has always said I was definitely Laura….rambunctious, feisty, chance taker. I don’t know if I can name a favorite…there are so many. Little House has been one of the best programs produced for TV……Thank you Michael Landon!!

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  535. Since my childhood my favorite character has been Laura, of course. I even named my daughter after her 😊 Now her daughter reads the Little House books with Grandpa and Nana every week over FaceTime. 📚 So many favorite episodes…”The Lord is My Shepherd” probably is at the top of the list. But I also was touched by the episode where Mary and Adam were married as well as when they went through the fire at the home. Superb acting! In my younger years I especially loved the episodes where Laura and Almanzo were courting and married.

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  536. I absolutely love this show! It has gotten me through some emotional times of losing family members and I just immersed myself into this show. I now have three girls and our previous house was shaped like the Ingalls house in Walnut Grove! I would love to be at this reunion!

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  537. I do watch the reruns and I’m 56 years old. It never gets old to me

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  538. I love each of the characters equally because each one brought something to the prairie in their own style. They brought their characters to life. I have long been a fan of the show. I couldn’t wait for each episode to air. I would make sure all my homework was done so I could watch it.

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  539. Would love to win! I loved every episode as a child. Melissa Gilbert was always my favorite

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  540. I adore Little House, I watch it everyday, my favorite characters Mr. Edwards and of course Laura..

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  541. My kids and I love the episode when Laura and her friend think they’ve found gold and she fantasizes about becoming rich while the Oleson’s become poor!

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  542. I love SO many episodes, but one favorite is the episode where Nels is taken hostage by the bank robbers. That entire episode is ‘So Harriet’ to me, and always makes me laugh.

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  543. this would be so much fun to meet the cast of Little House

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  544. So many episodes to choose from, but one of my favorite was the pilot

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  545. Love so many things about this show, but Pa and Nellie are probably my favorite characters! Would love to be apart of this!

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  546. My favourite episode is in season four the last two episodes when Mary goes blind. As a person with a vision loss, I have found this episode very inspiring as a young child and at the age of nine I made the decision that when I grow up I wanted to be a teacher of the blind because of watching Mary. Now that I’m in my 30s I am fulfilling that dream and teach people with vision loss how to live independently. Although I like most of the episodes, the two part episode of I’ll be waving as you drive away would be my favorite.

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  547. This is my beyond favorite tv show. I grew up on Little House Of The Prairie. I am 53 years old and I watched them over and over. I still watch them up to today. I remember all the shows even the first one came on How they left the big woods and went to Walnut Grove. My dream when I was little girl is to go see them in person and dress like them. If i would win the tickets I will dress just like they did back in the day. Wish me Luck.

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  548. My favorite character is Laura (half-pint) and my all-time favorite episode is the Fool’s Gold episode with Laura and Albert! I always loved the dream sequences!

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  549. What a wonderful event. I would love to attend – but even if I don’t – I thank everyone who made this amazing and unique program available to us. I loved the books and I loved the program and the remarkable cast. THANK YOU.

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  550. Favorite character, Laura of course. I used to watch reruns all the time. Would love to be able to find all the shows for my girls to watch

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  551. I cannot just pick one episode, there is always a message with each episode. When my children were younger I was not able to truly enjoy the show b/c something was always going on. Today at almost 73 I keep watching the episodes over and over and come to always see a message.

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  552. My fav character is Laura!! I’ve watched little house since I can remember and I’ve always wanted to be just like her… still do! 🙂 one year I had a little house on the prairie bday party and my grandma made me dresses with bonnets and I would wear those everyday and pretend I was her haha! I just love this show so much! I still watch it to this day!!

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  553. I love every episode but the Christmas ones are always special!

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  554. I have so many favorite episodes!
    One if them is Sylvia
    Another one is where Laura has a Dream that her family is rich and Nellie is poor.

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  555. I love half pint!

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  556. So many episodes to love!! One of my favorites is Richest Man in Walnut Grove. Just beautiful to watch…I’m so thankful for the story brought to life!

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  557. My favorite episode is The Odyssey. Love the ending where they finally reach the ocean and meet William Randolph Hearst.

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  558. As a meteorologist and scientist, I especially enjoy the episode The Talking Machine!

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  559. I am flying in from Delaware! Can’t wait!

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  560. I met you all in Sonora, during filming would love to win this

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  561. My favorite character is Ma. Karen Grassle’s portrayal of her was superb.
    Ma is the ideal mother…the very best mother on television. I am grateful to Karen for all the sacrifices she made while working on LHOTP. Thank you.

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  562. I’ve always been a huge Nellie Oleson fan, but my favorite episode is the Mary-Centric I’ll Be Waving As You Drive Away.

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  563. Favorite character – Ma Ingalls – strong dedicated woman! Favorite actress – Caroline Grassle and Wendi Lou Lee. I’ve met Wendi and enjoy getting to know her and love the fact that she shares her faith in Jesus with people. Favorite episode – When Laura and Almanzo were fighting and she left him to stay at her parents house and kept breaking the window when she would climb into Pa’s wagon.

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  564. Too hard to pick just one Character or episode.

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  565. One of my favorite shows was when Laura’s nephews came to stay with her and Alphonso.
    One of the nephews was Rupert Wilder, played by Rossie Harris.
    My sister and I met him when he was filming Amber Waves in Lethbridge, Alberta, along with Kurt Russell.

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  566. I have many favorite episodes, but the two that touched my heart was Sylvia and May We Make Them Proud. As a Mom I cried!

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  567. To pick a single favorite episode of Little House is like picking a favorite child…it’s not possible. But if push comes to shove, here’s 5 😉…the premiere movie, The Return of Mr. Edwards, A Matter of Faith, Blizzard, and Outbreak.

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  568. I was a freshman in college when Laura and Almanzo began to get serious. We had a Little House club that met in the lounge every week to watch together – good times!
    Growing up, the Little House books were my absolute favorite – I remember very clearly the day I discovered them in the Public Library. My kids still indulge my love by giving me any other books they find about Laura.

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  569. So many episodes. My favorite would probably be anything with Laura and Mr Edwards. Their relationship was so amazing on camera.

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  570. One of my favorite episodes was “The Wisdom of Solomon.” I loved the character Solomon and what he taught the Ingalls family. My favorite LHOTP character is Laura.

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  571. My favorite episode is when Albert joins the Ingall’s family. From living under the stairs in the city to Charles empowering him to trust him and the proposed idea of joining the family.

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  572. My favorite characters were Charles & Laura. My favorite episode is when Laura made cinnamon chicken for Nellie and Almonzo.

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  573. So many favorites!!! The first one that comes to mind is the one where the circus comes to town and Laura and Albert dress up as clowns. 🤡 The moment she dumped that water on Almonzo’s date and then kissed him was absolute GOLD!!!

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  574. Laura is my favorite of course!
    When I was a kid, everyone thought I looked like her.

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  575. Christmas with Mr edwards

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  576. I loved the episodes where Laura and Nellie tangled. Mr. Edwards has always been a favorite as well.

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  577. It is very hard to pick a favorite episode, but as a former 4th grade teacher in Indiana I used LIW books to complete a thematic pioneer unit. We even participated in a Pioneer Day in which we dressed in pioneer clothing and completed pioneer activities. My favorite episode is the one where Pa is going to lose the farm and the townspeople show up to buy everything paying only pennies or small amounts. This shows how much the Ingalls family was loved by their friends in Walnut Grove. Left me in happy tears as did many of the episodes. This series will never be topped in my book!

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  578. One of my favorite episodes is when Laura went to teach school for the first time. And “Manly” picked her up. He was defending Laura’s honor (so he thought), he punched a student in the face. I don’t know, I think I like the episode mostly because it showed a side of Laura with Manly that would later bring them together.

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  579. I am 52. I have been watching since I was a little girl. Still my favorite show to this day. I have watched every single episode more than once. I have all episodes on VHS. I have shared my love for Little House with all 3 of my children. Last year my 14 year old son and I had Covid. We spent an entire week in bed and watched all seasons. Little House will always have a special place in my heart. My first granddaughter will be born in January and the first book from me will be Christmas in the Big Woods!

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  580. I love Laura when she is little.
    All the characters are fantastically talented!

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  581. I liked laura. We were the same age. I enjoyed the relationship she had with Pa.

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  582. Laura is my favorite character on the Little House on the Prairie series. I especially love the special relationship she and Pa have in all nine seasons. My favorite episode is “The Lord is My Shepherd”, where Laura goes up on the mountain to ask God to take her and give her baby brother [who died] back to Pa. The miracle of it all is Pa’s pursuit of Laura, and their joyful reunion!

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  583. This TV show got me through my parents’ divorce. It gave me hope of someday having my own family. A family as loving, caring, hard working, Christ centered, a family like the Ingalls family ❤️

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  584. My absolute favorite character would be Mr. Edwards! Such a big personality with an even bigger heart!

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  585. I loved this show growing up so much. Of course Laura was my favorite. I wanted to live in that time. I imagined being there through the good and the bad. I live in Wisconsin so have been able to go to Pepin and see the homestead. I wanted Michael Landon to be my dad. Not that my dad wasn’t a great man, because he was, I think I just wanted to be an Ingalls. I loved that Laura was a tomboy, who loved to fish and was a free spirit in the younger episodes. I got to see Melissa Gilbert play “Ma” in a play , and broke out in tears when she walked onto the stage. It would mean the world to me to meet the cast in person. A dream come true.

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  586. I could never pick a favorite, I take that back, when Laura pushes Nellie down the hill in the wheelchair — classic.

    Caroline is of course my favorite.

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  587. My favorite Little House episode (among many) was the Christmas that Mr.Edwards came through the snowstorm with gifts!

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  588. How do we pick just one favorite character? They all sort of melted into the story so much that the whole was so much greater than the sum of it’s parts! Since I was a little girl living through her adventures (and mis-adventures) I’ll say, Laura was my favorite, but really it was everyone together….and especially Pa! 🙂

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  589. Too many episodes to pick a favorite, anything with Laura and Nellie- the fool’s gold, the cinnamon chicken, Nels with his sales wagon, the rabies scare… all episodes are like old friends and make you laugh and cry.

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  590. Favorite episode is Christmas on Plum Creek.

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  591. This is such an awesome show! I’ve watched it through countless times, and it still makes me laugh or cry as if it were the first time! I love all the characters so much! Of course Caroline, Charles, Laura, Mary, Albert, Mrs. Beadle, Mr. French, Almanzo, and Nellie and her mom I just loved to hate! My favorite episode was probably the very first one! It was love from the beginning for me!

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  592. My favorite character was Mary, I guesss because she was quieter and wanted to be a teacher, like me. My mom had a prairie type bonnet for song reason, and I’d wear it while I watched, lol.

    How do you pick a favorite episode from so many? If I had to though it would probably be either “Whisper Country”, “Remember Me”, or of course, the heart-wrenching final episode.

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  593. Too many favorites to choose! But I think the 1st pilot episode would be my favorite, when Mr Edward’s brought the girls Christmas gifts and they were just so great full for those gifts!

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  594. How do you choose just one episode or one character? The whole series was a favorite of my childhood!

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  595. My favorite character is Mr. Edwards. My favorite episode was the one where Laura went to God to ask for her baby brother back in exchange for herself.

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  596. I loved any storyline that featured Almanzo!

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  597. Laura is my favorite character, though I secretly love Mrs. Olsen! Lol One of my favorite episodes is when Pa makes a special shoe for the pretty blond headed girl who walks with a severe limp!

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  598. My favorite episode is the one where they all reminisce on Christmas past.

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  599. This would be amazing!!! Little House has always been my favorite show. It came out when I was about 10 years old and I was instantly hooked on it. I never missed an episode. My mother loved it also. I bought her every season on DVD and she watched them over and over, so have I .

    My favorite characters are Charles (Michael Landon) and Laura (Melissa Gilbert) and I loved every episode, my very favorite was a Christmas episode where Mr. French bought them all presents and food on Christmas Day. Also there was one that made my mother and I laugh so hard, the episode where Mrs. Olsen rented a cabin on a lake and Laura scared her and Nellie so much, I believe it was Halloween too, so funny!

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  600. I love all the episodes but I think I like The Lord is my Sheperd the most!! And I just love Karen Grassle!!! I’m kinda sad that my fellow friends doesn’t know or like this show.

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  601. The snow storm when everyone came home and found each other safe. Makes me tear up everytime.

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  602. Hi, I love watching Little House on yhe Prairie. I’ve been watching this awesome show seen I was little. My favorite episode was when Nellie was pretending she was hurt from riding the horse and Lauria found out the she was faking it and sent her down the hill in wheel chair. Perfect scene for getting caught in a lie. Thanks to all the cast members for making this show. I love them all. 💗

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  603. One of my favorite characters is Laura. It was so fun to watch her grow up on the show.

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  604. All the characters are my favorite. But Alison Arngrim and Dean Butler are on top. Alison did something wonderful for me last year when I was supposed to meet Ma, Half-Pint and Nellie in Knoxville. Alison Is wonderful.

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  605. This is a great opportunity. I think my favorite episode is the Country
    Girls episode because I have been that new kid before

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  606. I grew up watching LHOTP. I carried the love for the pioneer life into my college and teaching career. I always read the book series to my students every year. They loved them as much as I did.

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  607. I don’t have a favorite episode, but do recall times in college when I would time my classes just right so I could be home to watch the episode when it aired that day.

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  608. My favorite episode has to be when Adam gets his sight back and sees Mary for the first time!

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  609. Wow this is very cool!!

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  610. I have watched this show since it started. My favorite episode is the pilot episode with Mr Edwards and the first Christmas

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  611. My favorite character was Andy Garvey, and my favorite episode is Men Will Be Boys. It’s so funny watching Andy and Albert conquer the challenge while their Pa’s face all the struggles!

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  612. Legend of black jake! Nels and rev Alden were the best!

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  613. My favorite episode was when Laura discovered Nellie was faking and pushed her down the hill in her wheelchair!!😂😂😂

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  614. My personal favorite was always Pa. So much wisdom and kindness and hard-work, the kind of ethics that made the difference between surviving and struggling back then, the same traits that I feel are invaluable today. Learned so much from his character, almost like a TV dad that you could trust to lead you in the right direction and learn all sorts of truly important things.

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  615. Country Girls is my favorite episode.
    Began rewatching the series during Covid and hooked again ever since.

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  616. My very favorite Little House on the Prairie episode was “Christmas at Plum Creek”, in 1974. I was just 8 years old and in third grade during this season and it was my very favorite show in the world! I loved seeing the Ingalls family shop for Christmas presents in Olson’s Mercantile and I was so touched and saddened that Laura sold her pony in order to purchase a stove for Ma, especially not knowing that Pa was making her a beautiful saddle for Christmas. It was such a heartwarming episode that I always remembered through the years and I absolutely love watching it now at my current age. What a wonderful story! I love the series and the cast!

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  617. My favorite episodes are the Christmas episodes. My favorite character is Mr Edwards.

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  618. I loved Season 9 Episode 16 “Home Again.” I have worked in the drug and alcohol rehabilitation industry for over 6 years, and this episode makes me so thankful that modern medicine makes overcoming addiction a more manageable experience (it will never be “easy”). Michael Landon and Matthew Laborteaux were amazing together in this episode. I have seen it hundreds of times and I cry every time!!

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  619. Nelly was my favorite character.

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  620. I always wanted to be Laura. It would be a thrill to experience this event.

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  621. Too many favorite episodes to choose. It would be so exciting to get to attend this anniversary event.

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  622. My favorite episode is Fagin. I love how the relationship between Albert and Laura develops and strengthens into such an amazing bond and love for one another. The acting in this episode is incredible and it makes me thankful that my two kids have such a close loving relationship- kind of like this.

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  623. Laura Ingalls Wilder both the character and those 2 episodes of LHOTP.

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  624. I love Charles Ingalls

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  625. Nellie Olson, she’s one amazing actress! And my favourite episode is where she tells Percival that she’s in love with him ❤️

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  626. I am so excited about this opportunity. I rewarded the entire series during Covid and fell I love with the characters all over about. I have no favorite episode. I love them all even the ones that made my cry like a baby.

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  627. Favorite episode is the Christmas show with Hester Sue and Santa Claus!

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    • Nels Olsen for the win! Coolest cat in town. So patient with a dark streak. Love him!

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    • My favorite episode is where Nancy runs away and Harriet gives her the speech about how nobody liked her Nellie either but she would love Nancy just like she did Nellie. I thought that was excellent acting.

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    • My favourite episode would have to be when Laura and Nellie race each other on horses. My favourite character would be Laura. She reminds me of me.

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    • Pa/Charles Ingalls will always have a special place in my heart. Kind, patient, well-spoken; he wasn’t always perfect but he loved his family and raised them with love, music and empathy.

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    • There are so many episodes that I loved, but my favorite one that comes to mind is when the Ingalls baby dies and Laura blames herself for the death. She decides to go up a mountain to speak to God and ask Him to substitute her life for the baby’s. She meets someone named Jonathan (Ernest Borgnine), who takes care of her until her father finds her. Jonathan then mysteriously disappears. Such a beautiful, emotional story!

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    • My favorite is “Sweet 16.” I love ❤️ the Laura and Almanzo story line.

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    • Oh man, I really loved that too.

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    • It wasn’t my favorite episode but the one that has stuck with me the most is when Alice Garvey and Mary’s son died in the fire.

      I liked the one about the monster in the lake and the Halloween episode where Laura thought Mr. Olsen killed Mrs. Olsen

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    • Every episode was my favorite as I started watching when I was 5 yrs old sitting in my little rocking chair and would be mesmerized by this show. I loved Mary and would often pretend to be her. I am 46 yrs old and that show has been a big part of my whole life and it will remain that way for the rest of my time here on earth. I learned so much from the show and all the people on it .

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    • I grew up watching LHOTP, I have enjoyed every episode, I even read the book set. Now that I have grands I still watch LHOTP, I recently bought the TV series and got the full book set so my grand can grands can enjoy it as much as I do.

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  628. There are too many favorite episodes to mention. I always liked it when Laura “got” Nellie, & I also really liked “The Lord is My Shepherd” episode. LHOTP, when TV shows had morals.

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    • This one makes me cry every time I watch it…

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    • I have to agree. Morals is hardly found anymore.

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    • My favorite character was Nellie Oleson. She provided snooty, but provided comic relief to the show. She was mean and loveable to me. And she had the best house out of any house in all of Walmut Grove.

      My favorite episode is Christmas at Plum Creek. I’ve watched LHOTP my entire life and still love it to this day.

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    • Random I know, but my favorites are Mom and Dad. My favorite episode when Mr. Ingalls fakes his death so Mr. Edward’s would stop feeling pitiful for himself.

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    • This was the one show that we watched as a family when I was younger. Even my baba/grandma watched it faithfully.
      That was very special for me as we rarely did family things.
      This show was so dear to me that my mother bought me the box set for Christmas when I was 25.
      I have had five children, three girls and two boys and have watched that box that with every single one of them all three of my girls now have a box set of their own. It is very special to them as well
      My first daughter is 25 and has two of her own children/my grandchildren. Ensley and lux now watch the show with their mother, so that’s four generations and I’m sure many more to come.
      They don’t make shells like this anymore so I’m so grateful for our box sets. I could watch them over and over and over and never get sick of them.
      My kids, as well as I have learned so much from that show morally, ethically, Faithfully, and so much more.

      When I first saw this contest, I cried with elated emotions. I can’t tell you how much I need this in my life and what it would mean to me it’s been a rough road and a little house on the prairie got me through some really tough times I could be in the saddest, or worst mood, and a soon as I put the show on, everything would be OK again. It has also helped and affected my daughter Jenaya in the same way, so I think I would take her. Thank you so much for this opportunity and chance to win this amazing package.

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  629. I love this show

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    • Que lindo

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    • My favorite episode is the one where Laura thinks she’s found gold! I love seeing the Ingalls rich & Nellie poor!! It was so funny!!

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  630. I absolutely live this show! I watched it when I was in grade school and I am 62 years old and I still watch it and I still laugh and cry depending on the episode! My favorite character is Laura Ingalls and one of my favorite episodes is when Mr. Edwards was teaching Laura who to spit! I love the church scenes and the way Reverend Alden had preached to them with the advice he would give them….. this show just melts my heart!

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    • I love your comments! I am 62 also and feel the same!

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    • Wow! So hard to pick a favorite character. Maybe Jonathan Garvey as far as the TV show. He added a lot of heart. I was sad to see him go.

      Favorite episode is probably when Almanzo realizes he likes Laura back.

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    • Good morning. I am a huge French fan of this magnificent series. I discovered LHOTP at the age of 6 during the Christmas school holidays on a children’s television show. I love Charles Ingalls, I love Michael Landon. I would have loved to meet him once in my life and tell him how much I love him and how much I would have liked him to be my father, my husband, my brother, my friend, my colleague. I would have loved to have parents like Charles and Caroline. Michael Landon allowed me to dream, Michael Landon saved me 🙏🙏🙏❤️. I love every episode and especially the episode in which he adopts Albert. Thank you very much for this beautiful work that you do. Thank you for honoring all the actors of this timeless series and this genius that was Michael Landon 🙏❤️

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  631. I always loved Little House books and the TV show when I was younger. I was able to share that love with my daughter, who at 27 years old, is still obsessed! We have been to many of the museums and homesteads, some numerous times! Thank you for continuing to be a big part of so many lives!

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    • I started watching and reading the stories when I was about 7. I’m now 52. My favorite episode is Sweet Sixteen when Laura goes on her first teaching job. Laura is the reason I became a teacher over 18 years ago. While I don’t have my little one room schoolhouse I have a classroom that fills over 150 students each day. Teaching and Laura and LHOTP have brought me lifetime of joy, learning and teaching. I wouldn’t trade it for anything!

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  632. Mt husband and I have been watching this before we were married and thats almost 50yrs

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  633. Little House on the Prairie has been a comfort show for me my whole life! While my friends grew up watching Nickelodeon and disney, I spent my time watching Little House! The episode that always resonated with me the most was the Christmas Episode where every comes over and shares their favorite memories. It became part of my Christmas Tradition to watch that episode every year with my family. The show became like another family for me. So so thankful for it!

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  634. Fabulous series! Love all the characters!

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    • Oh dear! I’m 50.. so many episodes to ponder over! Im definitely a dedicated fan. I love the 1st Christmas episode. Plum creek I believe. But every episode is unique and pulls at yiur heart a little.

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  635. I watched Little House on the Prairie when I was a little girl. My favorite character was Laura Ingalls because she was the epitome of perseverance. No matter what came her way, who was mean to her, or how difficult a situation was, she never gave up. Laura always got up, kept on going, and inspired me to do the same!

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    • I never realized I had a dream vacation destination until now!!! My husband and I would absolutely love this. We have 3 grown children and married for 18 years. We never had a honeymoon and never have been on a vacation together. This would be absolutely PERFECT!!!! We were talking the other day that we wished that it was still like LHOTP days.( Technologies were never invented lol.) We love ever season and have watched them all many times over the years. They never get old!

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  636. My favorite episode is the one where Laura pushes Nellie Olsen down the hill in her wheelchair when she is faking that she can’t walk. I crack up every-time I watch it. I love the character building of Laura and Nellie and the struggle Laura has to be kind to a very mean girl. It is so relatable to real life and reminds me of my own challenges with girls in middle school. Laura gave me courage to stand up for myself when people are mean, to always be kind (which Laura wasn’t always – such as wheelchair case), and always tell the truth.

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  637. What an amazing contest! ❤️

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  638. Oh my — How to pick just one?! 🙂 This show was a masterpiece at the time it came out, and it remains one to this day! I love so many of the episodes and have seen all of them countless times, but I have a particular affinity in my heart for the “Back to School” episodes, with the cinnamon chicken plot ;), the “Sweet 16” episode, and the two parter in which Laura and Almanzo get engaged, and Nellie, of course, undergoes her dramatic transformation and finds her true love! 🙂 These beautiful love stories always got to me, and still do! Also, the holiday episodes are favorites — I watch them many times every year, including the one based on the Gift of the Magi. They always put me in the true Christmas spirit. But there’s something to love in every single episode of this brilliant, timeless, heartwarming show! The cast is absolutely amazing; the writing, directing, production…. everything is top notch!

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  639. I was tempted to enter the giveaway, but changed my mind and thought I better be ‘practical’! My mother Maxine Ingalls (who lived in Minnesota) was a distant relative of Laura’s and so the Ingalls family has been a large part of my life as far as attending reunions from time to time, watching reruns of “Little House On The Prairie”, and I have every book either written by or written about Laura and her daughter Rose. Since I just turned 91 last fall, that is my main reason for not participating in a giveaway because I think it is time for me to sit back, relax and not consider running around the country as though I was a young school girl. Good luck in your upcoming plans to celebrate 50 years of “Little House”.

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    • Awesome!!

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    • What an amazing heritage! I can’t imagine how it is to live a life where the country knows a piece of your family history. ♥️

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    • Awww you should try for the contest anyway. If you win, you could attend with a friend or relative who could help you get around. Laura wanted to live to be 90 and you’re just past that. You could do all the things offered or sit out a couple of the events. Being related to Laura would be a big plus and you could offer some insight to the festivities.

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  640. My favorite show of all time!! We absolutely love Little House on the prairie!! We watched it on Mexican Television and now in English Channel!!

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    • My favorite episode had Johnny Cash. He was a dishonest man. Mary befriended him and from her loving example he was reformed.

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  641. Favorite episode is the one with Johnny Johnson! My husband and I have been to Walnut Grove, De Smet, Burr Oak and Mansfield. When we were in Walnut Grove, we went to the museum there and when I saw the “tribute” to Johnny, it melted my heart. Been a fan since I was a teenager and now my children and grand daughter are huge fans.

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  642. My favorite character is definitely Mr. Edwards. My favorite episode is “I Remember, I Remember.” Seeing how Charles and Caroline first met was so adorable. It was also very fun to see Matthew Labyorteaux play a young Charles before he became the Albert we all know and love.

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    • To be honest I love every episode and and every character. Through the good times and hard times of the ingalls family and all the people they know is truly a beautiful story that one can’t help but love and be invested. I started reading the books when I was a girl and when I discovered the TV series man! Just the best!! Probably one of my favorite episodes is S3E5 when Laura is convinced Nells killed Harriet!! I laugh Everytime. I can’t wait for my little ones to start reading so I can share my love of little house with them.

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  643. I grew up watching Little House. Loved the show. Mrs. Olson, Nellie and Nancy were all annoying. I don’t have a favorite episode – but I always enjoyed watching the Olson girls get what they had coming 😂. I like Michael Landon…always good points being made. These shows were about family, doing the right thing and having faith. My daughters and grandchildren have all watched LHOTP too.

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  644. My favorite character was Pa. He was always so caring, kind, funny and loving. Such a great role model for his family and everyone in the community. Plus he played a great violin!

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  645. SUPER FAN HERE!!!

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  646. I would love to win a prize package to be at the 50th reunion of Little House on the Prairie! Bunny is one of my favorite episodes. Another favorite is the one in which Laura is locked in the cellar of a neighbor who lost her daughter… so scary!

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  647. My favorite episode is ” A Harvest of Friends”. Also, the episode where Laura pushes Nellie, in her wheelchair, down the hill and says:”You’re such a good friend, Nellie!” makes me laugh every.single.time! I love all episodes & find it very comforting to watch. Makes me miss my childhood, sitting on my Dad’s lap watching LHOP, nostalgic for the 70’s when life was so much simpler, it feels like I’m visiting a friend when I watch. Sometimes, when I need a good, deep, cleansing cry, I watch certain episodes. Even though I’ve watched the series at least a hundred times since it first started, none of the episodes get old. Because I love watching it so much, my daughter (when she was 3!) asked me if that’s what it was like when I was growing up! My FAVORITE line from the whole series is when PA says to Ma: “The only thing I regret about being married to you is that I’ll never have the joy of asking you to be my wife again.” If only I could experience a love like Ma’s & Pa’s!!!!

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  648. I have watched Little House on the Prairie since I was a little girl. I would get up every morning during the summer and watch an episode. I still watch an episode or two almost every night. I can’t pick an episode or character that I like more because I love them all!!!

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  649. I am 27 years old, and I’ve been a fan of Little House since I was a little girl. I have converted so many of my friends into fans of the series. The show (and books!) have meant so much to me and have gotten me through some tough times in life. Walnut Grove feels like my home, and the characters on Little House feel like my family.
    Also, I am making cinnamon chicken for dinner tonight! (Not too spicy!)

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    • Where did you find the recipe for cinnamon chicken?! I have often thought I might want to try it, even though the thought of cinnamon together with chicken doesn’t appeal to me an awful lot. I just want to try it because that is one of my favorite episodes 😂

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  650. It is such a hard request to ask for my favorite character… My top list is easily Ma, Pa, Mr. Edwards, and Laura. This show has been integral to my childhood, and now my own kids’ lives. It’s unmatched still to this day!

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  651. When Little House started my mom would unplug the phone. Everyone knew not to call while Little House was on.
    Still love watching Little House every day. All my children watched it and now my grandchildren come over and ask to watch Little House.
    I know I can leave the room while my grandchildren are watching it and know there’s nothing bad going to on.

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    • This contest started on my birthday so im hoping that’s a good sign 😆…One of my favorite episodes was the cinnamon chicken fiasco! Although not her first crush “Zaldamo” as Harriet called him was to be her first love💓❤️💗.

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  652. My favorite character(s)
    Laura- because we are both 2nd children & so much alike🤪
    Carrie- because we share a name!😉

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  653. I grew up reading all the Little House Books and have watched every episode a few times. Have the whole collection. Now watching with my children and grandchildren. What a wonderful, timeless generational series. 🥰

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  654. I love every character but would love to meet half pint.

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    • My favorite episodes is The Sweet 16! I love Seeing Laura blossom into a beautiful young lady and almanzo falling for her. Such sweet moments in the episode and a very special start to their beautiful relationship.

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  655. By the way I am not writing the below comment for myself I am writing this for my parents because with 7 children and a long traveling job they hardly get time to be with each-other. They have always wanted to go somewhere just the two of them and it would be my Christmas present to them if they could get these tickets. They have talked about coming out but it has been just too much money. Thanks.

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  656. My favorite episode was when Mary went blind!

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  657. Laura has always been my favorite character. I had such a connection with this character. I was close to the same age when the TV series was on.
    We watched each week with the whole family.
    My favorite episode is Christmas at Plum Creek.

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  658. I love Mr Edwards!

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  659. I am so incredibly excited for the festivities

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  660. Contrary to what many people may choose my tow favorite characters have always been Mr. Edwards and Hester Sue. Mr. Edwards fun personality always made me and my entire family feeling a sense of joy every-time we watched. Hester Sue has always been a character of fun and joy but also deep inner strength. In the way that she cared for the blind children and the firm stance that she took at her wedding with the children and Joe Kagen. I have always loved the early episode’s and their way of just turning the wild west into a wholesome family show. Thank you to everyone at little house for making my childhood just that much better.

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  661. My favorite character is definitely Laura, but I can relate more to Mary’s personality. I think one of my favorite episodes is “Town Party-Country Party” when they became friends with Olga. As a Special Ed teacher, I think it’s so sweet that they not only befriended her but also helped to find a way for Olga to walk normally. The best scene is when she ran out to play the game at the party and surprised all their friends!

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  662. I am a huge fan of Little house on the prairie and have been watching for a long time. I enjoy watching the reruns. My favorite character is Laura Ingals.

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  663. Caroline is my favorite!

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  664. I have loved LHOP Prairie for so many years but I think my very favorite episode is Christmas at Plum Creek ( I believe that’s the title) – when the Ingalls family gets snowed in and Mr. Edwards shows up with gifts. Carolyn then decides Mr. Edwards might be OK. 🙂 Love that episode and watch it every Christmas time.

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  665. This would be such a cool experience. My favourite character’s gotta be Laura.

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  666. I always loved to hate Nellie. She reminded me of girls I went to school with and her mother was like my 3rd grade teacher. Many lessons learned because I saw Laura and Mary have to be the better person, always granting another chance for her to be kinder and fair.

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  667. I’ve been a huge fan my whole life and have always loved all the actors and their roles. If I had to pick one, I’d choose Laura and Sweet Sixteen, it was cute to watch puppy love turn into true love and see how Almanzo looked at her “all moony-like”. But, I also love the Bunny episode and Laura’s boldness. And I always loved Ma because she reminded me of my own Mom. There are too many!

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  668. I would love visit this movie set

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  669. Best show ever! I hope my mom has met Michael landon in heaven.. “Pa” was our favorite character!

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  670. My favorite episode was “A Matter of Faith“ and my favorite character wa of course Ana. Karen Grassle deserved an award for how well she played this character. Bravo, Karen! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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  671. I love watching the interactions between Nellie and Laura. I love watching this show and have introduced my children to the show also.

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  672. It would be easier to pick my least favorite character! I love them all! Grew up watching Little House and still watch!

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  673. i love all episodes.. seems i can’t say which one is my all time favorites but the one that i really love is when Laura Ingalls smashes all the windows tot he house when they are told new owners were taking over.. Many episodes to try to remember what other was and still is my favorite too many to choose,,

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  674. Little House on the Prairie was the best series on T.V. There was a lesson in each one as well as really fine acting!

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  675. My favorite episode is when Laura meets Almonzo and starts wearing her hair down. Oh I loved him so much and I would go out in the yard after every episode and pretend to be her. Haha. I was

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  676. Whenever I think of the Little House On the Prairie series, I feel right at home. I’ve watched many, many episodes throughout my life. I have adored the stories, and the cast and always will.

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  677. It is hard to pick a favourite episode, but I really did love the one where Laura switched the spices on Nellie’s chicken recipe.

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  678. Favorite Episode, that’s hard, as I enjoyed every one of them. If I had to choose, my all-time favorite episode is I’ll be waving as you drive away, and my favorite character is Mary as she endured so much as a child and continued to endure things well into her adult life, but she stayed strong and kept the faith and came out of it a stronger person. Little House on the Prairie is something that will forever be dear to me and something I will watch over and over again no matter how often I’ve seen the episodes, Michael Landon allowed us to be able to enjoy the Prairie and the Ingalls Family through all their hardships, their long and hard travels and their family values that were kept through it all. I will forever be grateful every time I watch Little House on the Prairie, and I’m reminded of what matters most.

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  679. This would be the trip of a lifetime for my daughter and I!
    My daughter dressed up as Laura Ingalls for Halloween and we have read all of the books together.

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  680. Trip of a lifetime!!

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  681. This is so exciting!!

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  682. Country Girls, School Mom, Sweet Sixteen are never miss when on TV. Laura, Ma, Nellie, Miss Beadle are my favorites. I do like Kezia too. 😂

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  683. How exciting to be a part of the 50th anniversary! I can’t pick just one episode as my favorite as I love so many of them and to name a few would be when Mr. Edwards comes for Christmas, when Laura trades Bunny for a stove, Ma’s Holiday, Sweet Sixteen, and Nellie in the wheelchair is a top favorite as well.

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  684. This would be a dream come true!

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  685. Ive loved LHOTP since I was a kid. Now at 53, I still watch it. I have the boxed set of DVDs. Doc Baker is and always has been a favorite. I became a nurse.

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  686. LHOTP has been a favorite show of mine since I was a kid. I loved Laura and Mr. Edwards singing old Dan Tucker. I used to think of Charles as my dad. The older I get the more humor I saw with Mr. Oleson speaking under his breath to Harriet. I enjoyed watching Laura fall in love with Manly. There’s just too many characters and episodes that I really like. I would love to win this opportunity to meet the cast since I feel like I grew up with them.

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  687. My favorite character in the books is Laura and Nels Olson in the tv series. Little House is my favorite show!!

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  688. My favorite character is Charles Ingalls because I looked up to him as a father figure (in the TV sense) because his character on the show was the father every little girl dreamed having. He always had the right words and wisdom to share with his girls in any situation they were going through at the time.

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  689. Grew up watching the series and think my favorite episode may be when Laura meets Almanzo. 😊 My 19 year-old daughter has been binge watching the entire series, and I would love to be able to attend this with her.

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  690. Favorite character is Laura Ingalls Wilder and my favorite episode would have to the pilot. There is so much that happens in the pilot that makes you want to watch it over and over.

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  691. I like Laura, she was always going fishing. I love LHOP. Everyone I liked.
    I can’t really pick an episode. I like the stories of everyone during the snowstorm.

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  692. i like when they adopted albert,and when they bought the blind school to town

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  693. I would have to say, A Harvest of Friends and The Richest Man in Walnut Grove are my favorite early episodes. I love so many others. To me LHOTP is a comforting show I can watch over and over.

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  694. Mr. Edwards’ Homecoming is my favourite episode. I like his character. He is lively and funny but sad at the same time.
    My favourite character is Harriet Oleson though. She is wicked and nasty but after a while you can see her nice side!

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  695. My all time favorite episode was the finale. I hated that the show was getting over but I thought the way it ended was perfect. The only time you saw everyone on the same page and working together.
    My second favorite episode was the one about “Dr” Albert Ingalls.

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  696. It’s very difficult to pick just one episode, but one of my favorites is when Laura sells Nellie her pony in order to buy Ma a new stove. LHOTP is my all time favorite series!!

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  697. One character – my favorite is Laura. She’s tenacious, sweet, and cute!

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  698. Oh my favorite character was Laura and I was obsessed with the books and the time period for a long time. It was my pretend world and I often played “Little House” in my yard, with my favorite doll, “My Friend Mandy”. I passed my love of all things “Little House” to my 8 kids and we have listened to the books series several times and watched the TV series on DVD, also. It has always been my dream to see some of the Ingalls’ historic sights on a trip one day.

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  699. The Lake Kezia Monsterand my favorite character is Mr Olson

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  700. My favourite character was Mr. Edwards. I loved how much he loved Laura.

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  701. I love all the episodes of Little House on the Prairie and all of the characters in that wonderful show; except of course Nellie and Willie Olsen!! HAHA.. Laura will always be my favorite character – I related to her since I was a young girl myself. Sometimes understood- often times not. Sometimes felt loved – other times not so much. I bought the whole series of books as a teenager. then later bought a niced box set for my oldest grand-daughter. But nothing beats watching the show – I still watch the re-runs and am glad I can!!

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  702. I love all the episodes, but I’d say my all time favorite was when Laura and the other girls all need a new pair of shoes and pa couldn’t afford them at the time, and then at the same time Laura and Nelly had the horse race with Bunny and sparks, and Laura ended up winning the family cup from the Olsens and ended up, trading it in for a brand new shoes for her and her sisters!

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  703. Our family loves the entire series. Watching Laura grow up has been enjoyable and inspiring for my daughter.

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  704. I liked Laura the best. She was a real Character. Always wanting her man. Liked when she put Hot Pepper instead of Cinnamon on the Chicken she was cooking for Almanzo and snooty Nellie. It was a great scene. Also when she took Nellie up the hill in her wheel chair only to let her go downhill when her Mother was in sight, when she faked her un willingness of walking when she got hurt from riding Bunny.

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  705. I’ve always loved Mr. Edwards, such a good man who cared so much for the family. Sure he had his demons, but the love he showed made him such a wonderfully good man

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  706. I love Ma Ingalls, she may have been my first crush. As far as episodes go, I love The Gift, but it’s nearly impossible to pick a favorite.

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  707. I love the charactor of Eliza Jane. All her episodes are my favorites. Also love the ones with Percival . Esther sue and miss garvey and miss beetle also. So many favorites its hard to name them all lol.

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  708. Lhotp was my favorite show growing up. I’d read every single book written by or about Laura. I was convinced I was a pioneer girl in a past life. As far as the show, I had the biggest crush on albert!

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  709. Ooooh I would give this to my Mom! She is a huge fan of anything Laura Ingalls Wilder!

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  710. I’ve seen every episode tens of times and I love them all!! I can tell by the title everything that will happen in each episode. I’ve watched it since I was very young and I’m known to all my friends as “the Little House” fan.

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  711. I like Ma , Carolyn the best . She always had the best laugh very caring person , helpful. And kind. Like with Cooper children and Albert. My favorite episodes is school mom.

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  712. my favorite was when Mr Edwards was teaching Laura how to spit

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  713. Love the Christmas episode! With all the flashbacks

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  714. I loved Laura, and her world: they helped each other, everything was based on sound principles, common sense and honesty. They were poor, life was hard, yet they were happy. I think anyone who has followed the story of Laura Ingalls has wished, at least once, to live in Walnut Grove.

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  715. I would love to attend this! How fun!

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  716. There is nothing not to love. This is a classic and a perfect family show. I have to say I love Pa, he was a great example of a real man.

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  717. My favorite episode is the Christmas episode where Pa has to trudge through the snow that’s blocked the family in. It’s hard to pick just one episode but I love the simplicity of their Christmases.
    Pa & Laura are my favorite characters.

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  718. Watcher Little House as a child and then with all my children!

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  719. I love Laura Ingalls Wilder and the show so very much. I grew up reading and watching and have such a deep admiration for little house on the prairie!

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  720. This would be a fabulous trip to take with my sister. We watched two episodes of Little House each day afterschool when we were kids! Favorite episodes are Bunny and Back To School.

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  721. Love the show – watched the series decades ago and now watch re-runs. 🙂 I was lucky enough to visit the Laura Ingalls museum in Missouri 2 years ago in Mansfield. They also had a great gift shop!

    My favorite episode is “Christmas at Plum Creek” & My favorite character is Laura.

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  722. Love every episode with Laura and Nelly. Especially with Almonzo too🥰

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  723. I grew up watching the show. It has been a absolute favorite show for me and now fpr my family.
    One of my favorite episodes is sweet 16. Also when Laura gets her horse and throws Nelly into the pond !

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  724. Some of my earliest childhood memories are of me running around the backyard pretending to me Laura Ingalls. What joy this family and story continues to give me!

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  725. I loved this show growing up. I also lived in Simi Valley until I was in 2nd grade.

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  726. Laura is my favorite character! 🙂

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  727. So many wonderful episodes! My favorite characters are Laura & Mr. Edwards.

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  728. Hello there,
    I would love to win the price! I live in Holland and since my childhood ( that is about 50 years ago) I am watching the LHOP. I still love it very much. It reminds me of a world without trouble and war.
    It is on my bucketlist to meet some of the actors of this wonderful series. My favourite charater is Caroline Ingalls, Karen Grassle. It must have been hard to get all the things organized for the family.
    If I would win the price I will buy a ticket to fly to the States and get my dream come true.

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  729. I’ve loved LHOTP since its very first episode!! I’m 58 now and still watch every episode I can catch! My favorite episode has to be the very first one…. I knew what it felt like to be “unsure” of Santa coming to our house. It was such a joy when Mr. Edwards came knocking! He just so happened to have ran in to Santa and was able to bring the Ingall’s gifts to them!!
    My favorite cast member was ALL of them. They were the perfect choices!

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  730. I always loved the Halloween episode with Mrs.Olson’s head on a silver platter. Scared me to death as a kid.

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  731. My favorite is when Laura and Alfonzo fall in love. I love all the episodes. What a wonderful series!

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  732. My daughter’s favorite character is Pa because he’s a hardworking and loving Dad like her own. My favorite character is Mr. Edwards. He is such a thoughtful and loving friend to the family and looks after them like his own. He reminds me of my husband’s Uncle who was like a Dad to him growing up and always made sure they had what they needed. Everyone could use a Mr. Edwards in their lives!

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  733. this would be such fun – loved the books when I was a kid and would love to attend the event

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  734. This was my all time favorite t v show as a little kid. My sister and I used to sit our tiny hinnys in the one recliner and watch it together. My favorite episodes were the ones about Laura and her crush on “Manly”

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  735. My favorite characters are Laura and Charles Ingalls. Laura is one of my favorite characters, because I grew up reading the books in her voice and I identified more with Laura. Charles is one of my favorite characters, because most girls adore their father like I do and Laura does and I absolutely loved the actor from the show and from his role on Bonanza.

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  736. Little house has been my safe haven for many years. I’ve grown to relate to each character as I’ve grown in life. But my favorite will always be Laura, I understood when she was in love and just wanted to be heard by her dad, I felt her when she was jealous of Nellie who had more. I understood that drive she has to not follow the rules, the want to survive in life. And the love she has for her family.

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  737. I have been a huge fan of LHOTP most of my life. I can’t pick one person or episode because I Love them all!

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    • Mr. Edward’s is my favorite character. He is incredibly sweet. I just watched the episodes where he married Grace & adopted the set of sweet children. It was lovely.

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    • I really love I’ll Be Waving As You Drive Away and of course Sweet Sixteen.

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  738. Since my birth name is Laura and I was named after my Grandmother (also Laura), who was born in 1894, I have always loved the Laura Ingalls Wilder books, and have a large collection!

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  739. I love little house ❤️

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    • Whenever I am in a general conversation about what tv programs I follow I always respond “none because none will ever meet the quality of production, casting, or values of LHOTP.” Favorite episode the Pilot. Favorite characters the Oleson family.

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  740. Favorite episode has always been “Sweet Sixteen”! I’m pretty sure I have it memorized… LOL! I guess being a young girl with romantic notions (only a few years younger than Laura at the time it aired), I felt it all — the excitement and nervousness, realizing you’ve been noticed, but afraid now of what he might see — it was all so real! Every now and then I have to put that episode on just to get those schoolgirl butterflies again…

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  741. Wouldn’t let me comment on blog post by my mum is the biggest little house on the prairie fan ever. She rewatches them all the time and loved then from her childhood. She loves all the characters but especially loves the episode with Nellie and Bonnie Laura’s horse.

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    • I LOVE this show, I can say a lot of the lines before they do now lol. One of the BEST shows ever made! I always wanted to see where it was filmed, I want to run the roads Laura did, walk the path they took to school or to the Olson’s store! Even if I don’t win whoever does would be thrilled!!

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  742. Thanks for putting together a 50th reunion! Love LHOTP!!!

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  743. My favorite characters are Laura and Mr. Edwards. They have such a special relationship. Laura is so wonderful. Melissa Gilbert does an excellent job of playing her.

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  744. I was always a sucker for the first couple seasons! One of the episodes I love is when the girls start school and read what they have written to their families, and Laura makes up her speech because she doesn’t know how to write/read much yet. The other one is the Christmas episode that has the “Gift of the Magi” feel (everyone is worried about what they’re giving everyone else…Laura buys Ma a stove, Mary makes Pa a shirt…a very touching episode)!

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  745. I am a huge fan of little house I have a lot of the cast members on my Facebook. I have her books and a complete series of the shows CD’s.
    I tell my family I was born in the wrong time. I just love my little house.

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  746. So fun! My favorite episode is the Christmas episode when Laura trades Bunny for the stove for Ma. (Also love the episode when Mr. Oleson gives Bunny back to Laura because if nasty Nellie!)

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  747. Laura is my favorite! So independent & strong willed

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  748. How exciting I just finished watching the entire series a week ago 😁

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  749. This would be amazing! My family always watched together. My favorite character was definitely Laura and so many episodes to choose from but one of my faves was when Mary lost her sight

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  750. Love all the episodes.Favorite character Laura.

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  751. I’ve been a fan since I was a young girl. Watched this everyday with my dad.

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  752. I think my favorite character may be Mr. Edwards. I like that he was Pa’s friend. He adored those girls and was always available to lend a hand to search, find, rescue or help the family in any way that he could.

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  753. Little House on the Prairie has been such a huge influence in my life. As a child, it was my “happy place”, often when there was not much happiness to be found. As an adult, I have re-watched all the episodes, over and over through the years. It’s such a comfort.

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  754. My favorite would have to be Nels. He has his flaws but he’s reliable and always strives to be a better human being than his family gives him credit for.

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  755. So many episodes that I love it is difficult to choose just one favorite…but I will. I absolutely love the (2 part) episode Home Again (S.9 E 16 & 17). The absolute gut wrenching pain that Michael Landon and Matthew Labyorteaux portrayed was so real it felt tangible. I’ve watched it many many times and cry each time I watch. The acting by everyone on this show was nothing more than amazing. Such love, such empathy, such care shows throughout the entire series from beginning to end. Anyone would be hard pressed to find a show that can match what was accomplished with LHOTP.

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  756. The Cinnamon Chicken Episodes are my favorite. My sisters and I grew up watching The Little Hoe together and it’s still one of my favorite shows!

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    • My favorite episode is when Mr. Edwards walks through a snow storm to bring Christmas gifts to Mary and Laura!

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  757. Favourite character is absolutely Laura. My parents named me Melissa after her (Melissa Gilbert). She is someone I always loved watching and her character was always so fun.

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  758. Favorite character would be Laura for her spunkiness but favorite memory would be watching this with my mom anytime we were sick we didn’t have to do school and we got to watch this show and we loved it growing up. My mom and dad used to watch this every monday night when it would come out, she would get off work as a nurse go home my dad would make mac n cheese for them and they would sit and watch this show….she growing up for many years without a dad in her life LOVED Pa and his character. Later in life she took us to many of the places you can visit where the real Laura ingles wilder grew up. She my mom even named my sister after Laura! My parents would LOVED to go to this to see where it was all filmed.

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