Kim Layer returns to discuss an episode that will remind each and every one of you that Hiram Baker is a MAN! Doc Baker finds love with the lovely and much younger, Kate Thorvald, Harriet Oleson’s visiting niece. Kate is played by the talented Anne Archer. We loved this episode and hope you enjoy our discussion of Kate’s outfits, Doc’s awkwardness around women and how Charles needs to cool the jets when a new woman comes into town….
Doctor’s Lady first aired on Wednesday, January 22, 1975!
” It’s love at first sight between Doc Baker and a beautiful, though much younger, Kate Thorvald, Harriet Oleson’s visiting niece; but when Kate happily consents to become his wife, Doc’s concerned friends wonder if the May-December romance and the harsh reality of sharing a prairie-doctor’s life will give the genteel, city-bred girl second thoughts and result in heartache for both of them.”
The opening song “Albert” is written and performed by the amazing Norwegian band, Project Brundlefly and is used with permission.
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