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Season Six (1979-1980)


October 15, 1979

A circus has come to town. All the children are helping set up. However, Nels is staying away from the circus. The fat lady, Annabelle, is his long lost sister. No one believes him except Harriet, who makes it very clear that she doesn't want anyone to know. Harriet makes Nels be the announcer of the circus, and as he announces the fat lady, he says, "My sister, Annabelle." These three words put the siblings back together for years to come.




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