Little House On The Prairie fans claim the show & # 39; PREDICTED & # 39; called the COVID-19 crisis with its episodes & # 39; Plague & # 39; and & # 39; Quarantine & # 39;

Little House On The Prairie fans have claimed that the show predicts the & # 39; COVID-19 pandemic & # 39; with their episodes called & # 39; Plague & # 39; and & # 39; Quarantine & # 39 ;.

Melissa Gilbert, 55, who's child Laura Ingalls played on the 1974–83 show, also said that the show and the current crisis & # 39; of application & # 39;

In 1975, Little House On The Prairie released an episode called & # 39; Plague & # 39; see, it doesn't look like Laura's dad Charles Ingalls, played by Michael Landon, is trying to get a typhus outbreak in Walnut Grove, Minnesota.

Provided COVID-19? Little House On The Prairie fans have claimed that the show predicts the & # 39; COVID-19 pandemic & # 39; with their episodes called & # 39; Plague & # 39; and & # 39; Quarantine & # 39;

Charles remains isolated from his family because he does not want to spread the outbreak, and he turns the local church into a hospital to look after the infected.

Meanwhile in & # 39; the 1977 episode, called & # 39; Quarantine & # 39 ;, the big city goes into lockdown after & # 39; there is a mountain party outbreak.

From Twitter, he took to Twitter to point out the similarities, saying one of: & # 39; There & # 39; s an episode of Little House on & # 39; e prairie on @ TG4TV and it seems pretty accurate.

& # 39; They get crazy locked up in & # 39; in the house, the kids are raving about who gets to write on a (slate) tablet, and they wash the house off. #Quarantine # Covid_19. & # 39;

Talk: Melissa Gilbert, 55, also said that the show and the current crisis & # 39; apply & # 39; are (pictured in 2018)

Child star: The star played child Laura Ingalls on a show 1974–83 (pictured)

Speaking out: Melissa Gilbert, 55, who's child Laura Ingalls played on a 1974-83 show, also said that the show and the current crisis & # 39; apply & # 39; (pictured in 2018, left, & on & # 39; show in & # 39; 70s, right)

Another Twitter user joked: & # 39; Watching & # 39; Little House on the Prairie & # 39 ;. Typhus kills Walnut Grove residents.

& # 39; Doc Baker tells Charles Ingalls that he is exposed and unable to go to the girls. This episode is too much. And I've been watching this to get away from COVID stuff. & # 39;

Another fan added: & # 39; @HallmarkDrama shows the Mountain Fever #quarantine episode of Little House on the Prairie … too soon @hallmarkchannel, too soon! #coronafirus. & # 39;

Fans: Taking to Twitter to point out the similarities, one of: & # 39; D & # 39; s an episode of Little House on & # 39; e prairie on @ TG4TV and it looks pretty accurate ... & # 39;

Fans: Taking to Twitter to point out the similarities, one of: & # 39; D & # 39; s an episode of Little House on & # 39; e prairie on @ TG4TV and it looks pretty accurate … & # 39;

Meanwhile, Seth Weathers tweeted: & # 39; I've been preparing for the #Coronavirus since I've seen the Little House on & # 39; a Prairie episode & # 39; Quarantine & # 39; as a child @MelissaAFrancis knows what & # 39; I'm talking about! & # 39;

Speaking about the similarities, actress Melissa, who's child Laura Ingalls told on the 1974–83 show, told & # 39; e New York Post: & # 39; I realized how careful it was. We can all learn something from what happens in that episode.

& # 39; Even on that small scale, so much of what they did now applies. The city escalated the situation by bringing everyone home to quarantine, putting the sick in one place and visiting the well. & # 39;

Little House On The Prairie was based on Laura Ingalls Wilder's books that focused on her childhood. It ran from 1974 to 1983 on NBC.

Basisis: Little House On The Prairie was based on books by Laura Ingalls Wilder who did not give birth to her children. It ran from 1974 to 1983 on NBC (Michael Landon as Charles Ingalls portrayed in the 70's)

Basisis: Little House On The Prairie was based on books by Laura Ingalls Wilder who did not give birth to her children. It ran from 1974 to 1983 on NBC (Michael Landon as Charles Ingalls portrayed in the 70's)

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