Little Men (TV Series 1998–1999)
|1||Civil Disobedience (27 Aug. 1999) |
A suit of negligence is filed against the school when young Tommy breaks his leg, giving the students an opportunity to learn about civil disobedience.
|2||Stepping Out (3 Sep. 1999) |
Amy goes overboard on organizing the city dance, while her daughter Bess gets into trouble trying to impress a college man by lying about her age.
|3||Dangerous Lessons (10 Sep. 1999) |
When a lion escapes from a traveling circus, Dan runs away from Plumfield Academy in order to join the hunt, while Nat's violin skills come to the attention of an overbearing music teacher.
|4||Opposites Attract (17 Sep. 1999) |
Amy and Laurie struggle through a marital dry spell while Fritz develops an interest in a most unlikely young woman.
|5||Family Business (24 Sep. 1999) |
Asia receives a very tempting offer from her aunt to run her uncle's restaurant in Philadelphia; Meg and the twins come to stay at Plumfield for a few days.
|6||Leap of Faith (1 Oct. 1999) |
Jo becomes reclusive after she's held up at gun-point. Franz becomes distressed when Isabelle receives a letter from her brother.
|7||Brothers and Sisters (15 Oct. 1999) |
Nick's younger brother, Ben, arrives at Plumfield to hide from a gambling debt. Bess sets her heart on becoming a professional singer, and no one has the heart to tell her that she's tone-deaf.
|8||The Lantern Man (29 Oct. 1999) |
It's Halloween and the ghost stories are flying. Despite her pragmatism, these stories pique the wild side of Jo's imagination when she receives a book offer from a mysterious stranger.
|9||The Weaker Sex (5 Nov. 1999) |
Jo joins the women's suffrage movement while Nan tries to prove that she has what it takes to become a doctor.
|10||For Love or Money (12 Nov. 1999) |
A crack in the bathroom door leads to a series of misunderstandings between Jo and Nick. While searching for fossils, Nat and Nan find a large sum of money.
|11||Three Angry Women (1999) |
Meg, Jo, and Amy don't realize how their quarrel is affecting the children.
|12||The Sign (3 Dec. 1999) |
Jo is feeling the strain of being a teacher, writer, parent, and curator of Plumfield and searches for a sign on what to do about it.
|13||Home for Christmas (17 Dec. 1999) |
Nick is accused of murder, and the residents of Plumfield think his brother Ben is behind the crime.