Best known for its life-affirming lessons and heartwarming adventures, "Little House on the Prairie" made its TV debut in 1974 and significantly altered the landscape of television. Loyal fans will relive these exciting and touching adventures, while new viewers will discover the Ingalls' unconquerable courage to build a new way of life. The series has become a TV milestone. The Ingalls move to Winoka to be near Mary. They manage a hotel and meet Albert for the first time - After several months away, Charles and the family return to their home by Plum Creek and set to work restoring Walnut Grove - Mrs. Oleson takes an interest in journalism. Mary has second thoughts about marrying Adam - Nellie Oleson is asked to tutor a boy and reveals her "secret" for achieving good grades - Albert becomes an apprentice and learns an important lesson about loyalty and friendship - Charles is asked to help save a marriage - Laura and Albert run away from home to help their terminally ill friend Dhillon achieve his life-long dream.