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PostSubject: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:50 pm

Hello, all.

I think someone answered this for me before, but I can't find it. Sorry to be a bother.

Which episode featured both Lindsey and Sidney Greenbush? I just saw a fanvid on Youtube with a scene in which one was Carrie, and I think the other was an angel dressed in white. A dog, maybe Jack, was running toward them atop a "cloud".

I've never seen this episode that I can recall.

If anyone has the full episode uploaded online, would you please share it with me? I'd love to see it. If not, please just give me the episode title, and I'll try to find it online. I'm sure it'll be a tough job for me as I'm thinking this is a rarely seen/aired episode.


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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:46 pm

the episode was called the godsister in season five...
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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:24 pm

I didn't like that episode, but it was the ALL about Carrie, and that didn't happen a whole heck of a lot. (Episodes about Carrie) Ohter one I can think of is when she fell down the mine shaft.
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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:27 am

No kidding, in one episode she makes up imaginary friends and in the other she spends most of the time in a well. I watched "A Christmas They Never Forgot" while we put up the Christmas tree, and there is whiny Carrie asking if Santa is going to die in the storm and later on she whines to her father that it's Christmas morning. They really should have let her grow up and dedicated an episode to her when she was older, perhaps struggling with Cassandra's presence instead of having Albert angry over James being around all the time.


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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:05 pm

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They really should have let her grow up and dedicated an episode to her when she was older, perhaps struggling with Cassandra's presence instead of having Albert angry over James being around all the time.

Oh, that's a good idea, I never thought of that before. She HAD to be shaken up by Cassandra's presence. Perhaps ML was a tad worried about dedicating another epie to her? Whistle

For the record though, I honestly would have prefered watching Carrie than Cassandra any day...I truly mean that. I found Cassandra to be terribly annoying. Well, not as annoying as another little girl who ends up eventually coming to Walnut Grove though. :think: Whistle


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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:37 pm

Amy wrote:
bethandmanly wrote:
They really should have let her grow up and dedicated an episode to her when she was older, perhaps struggling with Cassandra's presence instead of having Albert angry over James being around all the time.

Oh, that's a good idea, I never thought of that before. She HAD to be shaken up by Cassandra's presence. Perhaps ML was a tad worried about dedicating another epie to her? Whistle

For the record though, I honestly would have prefered watching Carrie than Cassandra any day...I truly mean that. I found Cassandra to be terribly annoying. Well, not as annoying as another little girl who ends up eventually coming to Walnut Grove though. :think: Whistle

Well, that's the thing. As soon as Albert was introduced, Carrie was put on the back burner and her character never went anywhere. I'm not going to get into the whole could they act or not discussion, but there were lost opportunities with Carrie that were really unfair to fans of the show. I still remember her whining at Laura in "The Werewolf of Walnut Grove": "I'm gonna tell Ma." It's like, grow up already!


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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:38 pm

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It's like, grow up already!

Totally agree...they kept her 'little' for waaaaaaaay too long.


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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:32 pm

Amy wrote:
bethandmanly wrote:
It's like, grow up already!

Totally agree...they kept her 'little' for waaaaaaaay too long.

:agree: I imagine it must have been terribly embaressing for the twins to be playing a character whose main part in an episode was to run to the outhouse...or, in the case of "As Long As We're Together", not make it to the outhouse. :unsure:




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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Tue Dec 02, 2008 3:05 am

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No kidding, in one episode she makes up imaginary friends and in the other she spends most of the time in a well. I watched "A Christmas They Never Forgot" while we put up the Christmas tree, and there is whiny Carrie asking if Santa is going to die in the storm and later on she whines to her father that it's Christmas morning. They really should have let her grow up and dedicated an episode to her when she was older, perhaps struggling with Cassandra's presence instead of having Albert angry over James being around all the time.

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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Tue Dec 02, 2008 8:31 am

i enjoying picking which twin is which in the godsister ....they swap roles throughout but without the gap in the front teeth of one of them i wouldnt be able to pick it...both had that sugary way of talking at times in the episode which i found annoying
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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Tue Dec 02, 2008 3:35 pm

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the episode was called the godsister in season five...

Thanks so much for the answer. Wave





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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:11 pm

I never really looked at Carrie as whiney, but I do think it would have been nice to see Carrie, Cassandra and Grace spin off into another Mary, Laura and Carrie.
Then they could have brought in Carrie's interest in writing (newspaper business). Maybe Cassandra picks up on a talent her own Ma had and Grace eventually meets Nathan Dow. There was all kinds of ways to build on the books and keep the characters we have going. I would have loved to have had a tv movie of THE LONG WINTER. ----Cant do that one in a 1 hour episode!




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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:37 pm

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I would have loved to have had a tv movie of THE LONG WINTER. ----Cant do that one in a 1 hour episode!

I always wanted to see that too.


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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:49 pm

Maybe a certain writer needs to do a story that ....say.....starts as maybe the thoughts of each of the Ingalls . Expressing their fears, hopes and longings for fresh air.?
Wonder who might want to do that....? LOL




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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Thu Dec 04, 2008 8:48 pm

Gin wrote:
Maybe a certain writer needs to do a story that ....say.....starts as maybe the thoughts of each of the Ingalls . Expressing their fears, hopes and longings for fresh air.?
Wonder who might want to do that....? LOL

Gee, is that a hint?


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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Fri Dec 05, 2008 9:06 am

LM wrote:
susansmoose wrote:
the episode was called the godsister in season five...

Thanks so much for the answer. Wave

no problem...
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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Fri Dec 05, 2008 1:16 pm

Whenever I watch this episode, I have to have to tell myself that it is a dream, like Dorothy had in the Wizard of Oz. .......Dorothy had been lonely, and not very happy at home, and started to dream, after being hit in the head with the board............Carrie is lonely, missing her Pa terribly bad and starts to dream.......If I can prepare myself for this when the episode is going to be on, then I can actually sit through it and watch it. batEyes



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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Sat Dec 06, 2008 8:09 am

susansmoose wrote:
LM wrote:
susansmoose wrote:
the episode was called the godsister in season five...

Thanks so much for the answer. Wave

no problem...

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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Sat Dec 06, 2008 8:11 am

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Whenever I watch this episode, I have to have to tell myself that it is a dream, like Dorothy had in the Wizard of Oz. .......Dorothy had been lonely, and not very happy at home, and started to dream, after being hit in the head with the board............Carrie is lonely, missing her Pa terribly bad and starts to dream.......If I can prepare myself for this when the episode is going to be on, then I can actually sit through it and watch it. batEyes

That's an interesting way to look at the situation.





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PostSubject: Re: Which episode with both Greenbush girls?   Sat Dec 06, 2008 10:01 am

It's disappointing to me that Carrie's character was never developed as she got older. She delivered a lot of cute one-liners when she was little, like "And I can milk the cows" and "Happy birthday, Baby Jesus", but a viewer needs a lot more than that from an older child. I always thought Carrie should have been doing some of the things Cassandra was doing. When Cassandra went to read to Mrs. Oleson when she was depressed over Nellie and Percival leaving town, I thought Carrie should have been the one to try to cheer up Mrs. Oleson. And it should have been Carrie, not Cassandra (or Jenny), that had a rivalry with Nancy.

BTW, the reason "The Godsister" is so rarely shown is it's a 90-minute episode, so it doesn't fit well into most TV channel's schedules. Hallmark occasionally shows the 90-minute episodes on Saturday mornings.


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