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Walnut GroveCast is a commercial-free podcast that discusses every episode of Little House on the Prairie. We also interview previous cast members such as Alison Arngrim, Dean Butler, Lucy Lee Flippin, Hersha Paraday, Wendi Lou Lee and more are coming on all the time!

We are THE Little House on the Prairie Podcast!

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    • 4.4 • 111 Ratings

Walnut GroveCast is a commercial-free podcast that discusses every episode of Little House on the Prairie. We also interview previous cast members such as Alison Arngrim, Dean Butler, Lucy Lee Flippin, Hersha Paraday, Wendi Lou Lee and more are coming on all the time!

We are THE Little House on the Prairie Podcast!

    Child of Pain

    Child of Pain

    Chris Peterson joins the podcast to discuss this sometimes shocking episode. We have a great time and discuss many facets of the episode. 
    “The Walnut Grove community intervenes after a badly-beaten Graham Stewart is found unconscious on the floor of his cabin, the victim of his father, John’s, drunken rage.“
    Child of Pain originally aired on February 12, 1975
     
    The opening song “Albert” is written and performed by the amazing Norwegian band, Project Brundlefly and is used with permission.










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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Times are Changing

    Times are Changing

    Karyne returns to the show to discuss this unforgettable exit of The Ingalls and the introduction of The Carters! 
    “Having suffered hard times and wanting to find a better life, the Ingalls family move to the city, selling their land to the Carter family.“
    Times are Changing originally aired on  September 27, 1982
     
    The opening song “Albert” is written and performed by the amazing Norwegian band, Project Brundlefly and is used with permission.










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    • 2 hr 24 min
    The Lost Ones Parts 1 and 2

    The Lost Ones Parts 1 and 2

    Christina from the AvonleaCast Podcast returns to the show to discuss this tragic and shocking 2 parter! We discuss so many things so and I hope you enjoy this discussion!
    “Charles and Albert travel with the Cooper family while on a delivery. A serious accident occurs while the Coopers are going down a steep hill. The Cooper parents are killed. Charles tries to find Cassandra and James a new home. When he can’t find anyone to take them both in, he feels he has to send them to an orphanage. After thinking about this idea some more, Charles decides to take care of the kids himself for a short period.
    Reverend Alden eventually finds someone to take in the kids. However, this family just wants them to work. When Cassandra and James run away, their adoptive father doesn’t even go to look for them. When Charles finds the kids, he tells them that he will adopt them if they could stand the house being more crowded. They happily agree to stay with the Ingalls.”
    The Lost Ones Parts 1 and 2 originally aired on May 4 and May 11, 1981
     
    The opening song “Albert” is written and performed by the amazing Norwegian band, Project Brundlefly and is used with permission.










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    • 2 hr 29 min
    Make a Joyful Noise

    Make a Joyful Noise

    Christy Havey returns to the podcast to discuss this beloved episode where Joe Kagan works up the courage to court Hester Sue, and learns she plans to marry an undertaker.  Joe also works with one of the blind school students to build up his courage, Hester Sue is not a big fan of his methods but in the end, Joe gets the girl.
    This hilarious overview is on imdb, “Joe Kagen moves to Sleepy Eye to assist at the school for the blind. While there he begins to develop feelings for one of Mary’s students.”
    Make a Joyful Noise originally aired on January 26, 1981
     
    The opening song “Albert” is written and performed by the amazing Norwegian band, Project Brundlefly and is used with permission.










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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Look Back to Yesterday

    Look Back to Yesterday

    Kelly Mielke returns to Walnut GroveCast to discuss this epic Little House on the Prairie movie!  We discuss the common misconception that Albert died of leukemia and how odd it is that so many people misremember the same exact thing!  Is it an example of the very strange, Mandala Effect?  Who knows?!  Also, what’s the deal with climbing that mountain at the end?  
    “Albert Quinn Ingalls wants to be a doctor. But soon he discovers that he is fatally ill. He decides to spend the rest of his life in Walnut Grove. Meanwhile children from school are preparing for their traditional climbing of the mountain which we have never heard of before”
    Look Back to Yesterday originally aired on December 12, 1983
     
    The opening song “Albert” is written and performed by the amazing Norwegian band, Project Brundlefly and is used with permission.










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    • 2 hr 36 min
    The Wild Boy

    The Wild Boy

    Karyne returns to the podcast to discuss this double episode that really shouldn’t have been a double episode! Karyne and I go down many rabbit holes and I hope you enjoy!
    “A circus comes to Walnut Grove and one of the most popular attractions is `Wild Boy’, a boy in a cage who goes mad when the circus owner torments him.”
    Wild Boy Part 1 originally aired on November 1, 1982 and Part 2 on November 8, 1982
     
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    • 2 hr 40 min

Customer Reviews

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I look forward to this podcast

Wonderful guests who were on LHOTP as well as having guest hosts who are fans. Brings a smile to my face. ☺️

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These would be so much better if they would not start & stop episodes so much to talk back & forth amongst each other. Play more of the episodes and talk less.

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