199478q29 Posted 3 years 11 months ago
    LOve this show to death never watched it as a kid but hey just got into it 3 years ago & I love it watch it all the time with my grandma & grandpa at there house I am a huge fan of the 19th century
    & the old west & i love history.
    edwardlvr Posted 4 years 5 months ago
    I still watch this every morning I love it. I actually drove thru sleepy eye minnesota last year there were sign all over for the laura ingalls wilder house and museum.
    eastervideoguy Posted 5 years 9 months ago
    I love this!!I watch it on the hallmark channel
    mightybfan Posted 6 years 1 month ago
    My favorite episodes are The Bully Boys,Plaque,The ones where Laura gets the last laugh on Nellie. I would like more Little House books like the Caroline Years,Rose,Yada,Yada,yada.
    fullhousefan09 Posted 6 years 6 months ago
    I used to watch this when ws really little i loved thew show and still do to this day
    mechie101 Posted 7 years 10 days ago
    I love Little Hose on the Prarie. I own every season and every book. That show still plays to this day and even though I have seen every episode I still watch it.
    teen_spirit Posted 7 years 1 month ago
    it's still on tv here .. i don't really like it though
    M4LKAL Posted 7 years 4 months ago
    This is one show that you will never find the like of now. TV has lost the quality and pure story telling found in this show.

    I grew up with Little House and love it to this day. The characters were actual people not the over dramatic, valueless, self seeking morons you find on TV today.

    I hope to enjoy many evenings watching it with my kids as they grow up.
    foxstang89 Posted 7 years 5 months ago
    I loved the first three or four seasons but it became tired after that. The first two seasons are as good as any shows on television.
    Blackbelt1 Posted 7 years 6 months ago
    The show has been brought back. You can watch it on the Hallmark Channel.
    peanuts Posted 7 years 9 months ago
    I read all the books by Laura Ingalls Wilder and loved them. When the show came out and my hero Laura was played by Melissa Gilbert I was upset by the casting. She just wasn't the Laura that I had envisioned from the book details. She was a bratty little kid that I just couldn't stand.
    lizzievoid Posted 8 years 1 month ago
    i love it. love it. love it!!!! don't care if it makes me lame... always gonna love it.
    lbrown333 Posted 8 years 1 month ago
    I admit, I like this show. Why is it that it is so hard to admit to that? It really was a good show with good moral values being taught.

    The earlier episodes were the best, but I like a (very) few of the later ones as well. One of my favorite later episodes was perhaps the saddest; the time they all blew up the town. The end of an era. Almost made me well-up . . . almost.
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    startrekdale Posted 8 years 4 months ago
    this is when we need more shows like little house,good moral values need to be carried to the next generation.
    animefan123 Posted 8 years 5 months ago
    The old ones are the best. They only time it stopped being good is when they started to grow up. Nancy was a psysho!
    shark6 Posted 8 years 7 months ago
    I saw an old episode of "Little House on the Prarie" and I could swear that I saw an old cowboy movie star named Don "Red" Barry. Somebody please tell me I am right. I stood next to him at a USO show in Korea in 1952 and we talked for several minutes before he went on stage. I would love to know if that was who I was watching on TV today. Thanks. Shark 6
    Matli Posted 8 years 8 months ago
    AAARGH! (i'm sorry...I shouldn't have come down here...)
    Deleted Posted 8 years 9 months ago
    The little girl was Nellie, then once she grew up, the Olesons adopted Nancy, who was even worse, which I thought was impossible. I recently discovered this show, after years of having heard about it, and it is one of the staples of good, quality television. Funny how two kids who would go on to play brats in later years (Shannen Doherty and Jason Bateman) got their start in wholesome roles on this show. I absolutely love this show, and I think it's one of those programs that will stay in reruns forever. The Christmas episodes were some of the best in this series. All in all, a fantastic series.
    datura Posted 9 years 1 month ago
    it was pretty dumb in the later seasons, it was better in the earlier episodes when they sorta kinda tried to keep it based on the book series, or at least set in the time period
    SSJ Jup81 Posted 9 years 1 month ago
    I like this show. I didn't watch it originally, but I did watch reruns of it in the 90s when I was in middle school with my mother and grandmother, who always liked it. Because of the show, I read the entire Little House series, starting from the beginning. Too bad I don't remember much of what I read, and can't remember what stuff happened in the book and what happened in eps of the show. I still watch it every once in a while now.
    jaklumen Posted 9 years 2 months ago
    You may also remember that Victor French worked alongside Michael Landon again in the '80s show Highway to Heaven.

    Merlin Olsen later starred in the spinoff Father Murphy.

    Melissa Gilbert is now Bruce Boxleitner's wife and appeared in the Babylon 5 series in the late '90s.

    This show was also a staple at my house. It's too bad that the other 'Little House' books haven't had a TV or film adaptation as they are very well-written, but this show is definitely a classic.
    casey10221 Posted 9 years 3 months ago
    they still show this show!i never really liked it much..
    Ri-chan, Jedi Knight Posted 9 years 9 months ago
    Well, I grew up with the series (thanks to mom) and I admitt that I really do like this show. Growing up, I always wanted to be like Charles Ingles, a good, positive, Christian father of a family. I think a about made it, but i'm not a father, yet. :p