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The Revel
When John Boy goes to New York to find out the status of his book, he runs into bad luck and an old friend. When his publisher gives him some money to get back to home, John Boy begins to have a new look about the way he was living his life.

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The Hostage
When Mary Ellen learns that a dying mountain man has allowed a nearby man to marry his 14 year-old granddaughter, she decides to take the girl home to keep her safe, only to have the neighbor kidnap Elizabeth. Upon finding rescuing her from Job, Elizabeth helps him from receive a light sentence.

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The Lumberjack
When a lumberjack comes to Walton's Mountain looking to help Ben with his business, things don't go as planned during their meeting. However, when the lumberjack meets Erin, they soon develop feelings for each other.

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The Heartache
When Stanley proposes to Rose, she happily accepts. But when she begins suffering from heartburn, she goes to the doctor and finds out that she has a heart condition that requires medication, Rose soon calls off their engagement.

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The Indiscretion
After finding a letter addressed to Ike from another woman, Corabeth fears the worst and ultimately leaves her husband. However, they soon work things out and ultimately patch things up.

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The Threshold
Looking to keep Zuleika Dunbar away from her boyfriend Stanley, Rose begins to take desperate steps to keep him happy. Meanwhile, John Boy is given the opportunity to teach television courses at Boatwright University, only if the board of directors agrees to the new program.

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The Victims
As Erin talks with a friend of hers on a phone, her family soon learns that Laurie’s husband has become abusive since returning from the war. It is only after Kenny barricades himself inside his house that he realizes he needs help to overcome what he saw while serving in the Military, and agrees to go to a VA hospital to seek the help he needs.

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The Pearls
When Elizabeth beings to feel neglected at home, she decides to go to Arizona to visit with her parents. However, when the rest of the family finds out her plans, Jason is able to convince her to stay home until Olivia is feeling better.

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The Beginning
When Tom, the new minister arrives on the mountain, he calls the residents to arms to fix up the run-down church. Meanwhile, when Jason mentions Toni is Jewish one night, a big argument erupts inside the Walton home when the couple discusses getting married.

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The Gold Watch
After an old beau of Rose comes to Walton's Mountain unexpectedly, his friends soon learn that he spent time in a mental institution. When his sister finds out where he is, Stanley and his friends are able to convince her to stay in the area, where he finds a job at a local newspaper.

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The Hot Rod
After being discharged from the Air Core, Jim Bob and his friend Jody come back to Walton's Mountain and start rebelling against the life they lived while in the Army. However, after Jody got in an accident, the boys realize that the lives they were living were dangerous and ultimately open up a garage to fix the vehicles of their neighbors.

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The Carousel
Upon her father's death, Cindy learns she was adopted as a child. Wanting her daughter to know her biological grandmother, she and Ben soon begin searching for her mother.

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The Tempest
As Mary Ellen is in Florida, she and Curt realize things are no longer the same between each other. While she is gone, Jonesy decides to stay on Walton's Mountain and is ultimately given Erin's job at J.

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The Whirlwind
Coming home to visit the family from the Army base, Jim Bob gets a ride from Jonesy, a man passing through the mountain. After having an accident, he stays with the Walton’s as Jim Bob fixes his car.

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The Move
After Ben returns home from the war, he begins making plans for Cindy and his future. Wanting to go to school to become an engineer, Ben's dreams are soon dashed when John expresses his desire to make him a partner at the mill.

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The Last Ten Days
As Jason and Toni, and Elizabeth and Drew are having relationship problems, the war with Japan ends when President Truman dropped a pair of bombs on major Japanese cities. While the Walton family celebrates the good news, Ben calls home to let them know about his safe return home very soon.

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The Pursuit
When Jim Bob arrives home unexpectedly with a girl named Kathy following not far behind, they soon learn that she is pregnant with Jim Bob’s child. Not believing Kathy is telling the truth; John has a talk with her and voices his concerns.

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The Premonition
While waiting for Ben to come from Japan, Cindy has a premonition something bad happens to him and later finds out that Ben was taken prisoner by the Japanese military. As he is working in Paris, John Boy finally agrees to write an article about how dangerous land mines are.

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The Triumph
In Germany, Jason and his men come across a young soldier who is able to translate for them when they come across a German Soldier shooting at them. Ike and Corabeth get in trouble with ration board for giving more groceries to the Baldwin sisters.

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The Pledge
After the death of Sweet Billy, Mary Ellen decides to go back to school to become a doctor. After being discouraged by her college advisor to take classes in another field, Mary Ellen gets some advice from Sweet Billy's sister to not give up on her dream.

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The Outrage: Part 2
The episode concludes with the residents of Walton's Mountain paying tribute to the late President Roosevelt when the train carrying him comes through the nearby train station.

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The Outrage: Part 1
On Walton's Mountain, Harley Foster, a co-worker of John's, is suspected of being an escaped convict who killed a man years before. In the following days, several problems ensue for Harley and John, but things turn out well, with President Roosevelt signing a pardon for Foster before he died.

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The Waltons is a timeless American television series that originally aired on CBS from 1972 to 1981. The series was co-produced by Lorimar Productions and Warner Bros. Television, based on the popular book 'Spencer's Mountain' written by Earl Hamner Jr., which was later adapted into a successful film of the same name. The show followed the heartwarming and often turbulent lives of the Walton family living in rural Virginia during the Great Depression and World War II. The family consisted of John Walton Sr. and his wife, Olivia Walton, their seven children, and John's parents. John Walton Sr., portrayed by Ralph Waite, is the hardworking and dedicated patriarch of the family; Olivia Walton, portrayed by Michael Learned, is the compassionate matriarch; their seven children, each with distinctive personalities, are given life through the brilliant acting skills of Richard Thomas (John-Boy), Judy Norton Taylor (Mary Ellen), Jon Walmsley (Jason), Mary Elizabeth McDonough (Erin), Eric Scott (Ben), David W. Harper (Jim-Bob), and Kami Cotler (Elizabeth). Ellen Corby and Will Geer offer superior performances as the wise grandparents, Esther and Zebulon Walton. Complementing the primary characters, the series also had an impressive ensemble cast, including Peggy Rea and Joe Conley, as well as special guest stars such as John Ritter and Richard Hatch. Observing traditional family values while dealing with social, economic, and political issues, the series plots offer insight into the everyday struggles and triumphs of a close-knit family in the mid-20th century America. The Walton family's deep-rooted faith, coupled with their unwavering love and support for each other, established the groundwork for the series' uplifting and inspirational tone. While there's no shortage of obstacles and trials, the family's resilience and tenacity to face adversity provided audiences with a heartfelt and encouraging viewing experience. The show is set in the Blue Ridge Mountains in and around the fictional Jefferson County. These often breathtaking, scenic backdrops add a natural charm and authenticity to the series that lends significantly to its enduring appeal. Narration by John-Boy, the character modeled after the series creator Earl Hamner Jr., added depth to the story-telling and further bridged the gap between viewers and the on-screen family. As the eldest son, aspiring writer John-Boy's keen observations and introspective reflections often became a springboard for more profound discussions, both on and off-screen. 'The Waltons' extended beyond being a simple family drama or historical fiction. The impeccably produced show depicted a wide array of themes ranging from personal dilemmas, domestic bliss, community bonding, and exploration of adolescence to more severe topics like debilitating illness, war, economic hardship, and societal shifts. The high-quality writing, expert casting, superb performances, and the subtle exploration of major historical events all count towards making 'The Waltons' an extraordinary and timeless family saga. Its enduring appeal spans generations, making it a classic piece of American television history that resonates with audiences on a universally human level. By weaving heartwarming and engaging storylines within a rural, close-knit community context, 'The Waltons' creates a comforting, nostalgic atmosphere that begs viewers to revisit episodes again and again. The series’ iconic parting "Goodnight, John-Boy" echoes the underlying theme, reminding us of the importance of home, family, and the simple things in life that truly matter. Despite concluding its original run in 1981, the strong narrative and lovable characters of 'The Waltons' continue to charm viewers worldwide. Its transparent portrayal of life, love, hardship, and indomitable human spirit elevated the series far beyond its time, establishing it as a timeless classic in the realm of television dramas.

The Waltons is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 9 seasons with a total of 220 episodes, the show debuted on 1972. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.6.

Warner Bros.
Ralph Waite, Michael Learned, Richard Thomas, Will Geer, Ellen Corby, Jon Walmsley, Ronnie Claire Edwards, David W. Harper, Mary Elizabeth McDonough, Earl Hamner, Jr., Eric Scott, Judy Norton Taylor, Kami Cotler, Joe Conley, David Doremus, John Ritter, Keith Coogan, Lewis Arquette, Robert Wightman, Tony Becker, Peggy Rea, Lynn Hamilton
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