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The Waltons: The Song

While Jason is writing a song that he hopes he can perform with Bobby Bigelow's band, Ben believes the song will be better as a duet. When Ben suggests that Jason sing with Sally Ann, a girl from school he has a crush on. However, as Jason and Sally Ann start singing, they realize they have a lot in common and the young girl misinterprets Jason's feelings for her and thinks he loves her. When Ben catches her kiss Jason, he believes Jason stole his girl, but John Boy helps Ben realize Jason doesn't have feelings for Sally Ann. Ben eventually apologizes to Jason and then goes to a dance with Sally Ann and Jason goes with a girl from school to the same dance.

Episode Info

Episode number: 3x23
Airdate: Thursday February 20th, 1975

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Guest Stars
Britt LeachBritt Leach
As Easy Jackson
Doney OatmanDoney Oatman
As Betsy
James GammonJames Gammon
As Zack Rosswell
Mayf NutterMayf Nutter
As Bobby Bigelow
Wilford BrimleyWilford Brimley
As Horace
Erin MoranErin Moran
As Sally Ann Harper
Mary Jo CatlettMary Jo Catlett
As Elvira Roswell
Episode Notes
The song Will You Be Mine, was written and performed by Jon Walmsley (Jason).

Other Episode Crew

CreatorEarl Hamner, Jr.
Executive ProducerEarl Hamner, Jr.
Warning: The Waltons season 3 episode 23 guide may contain spoilers
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