Next Episode of The New Lassie is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
In the new story, Lassie has settled down with the McCulloch family in the fictitious town of Glenn Ridge, California. Lassie's new family includes Dee Wallace Stone who played the mother in "E.T.," and her real-life husband, Christopher Stone. Their two TV children are newcomers — 14-year-old Wendy Cox and 10-year-old Will Nipper. Jon Provost played Timmy, the young master Lassie often rescued from trouble, from 1957 to 1964. In the new version, 39-year-old Provost plays Uncle Jack, who comes to visit now and then.Instead of being merely a story about a boy and his dog, the new "Lassie" will throw a girl into the mix and move the family from the country into the suburb of a large city. The unflappable collie, stepping into a new age will champion causes ranging from animal rights to latchkey children.
Sandy Frank, an older man (Gale Gordon) may lose his dog when his landlady (Margaret O'Brien) decides to forbid pets.
Megan uncovers some shenanigans when she enters Lassie in a dog show to catch the eye of a well-heeled classmate.
At the beach, Will makes friends with Frankie, a shy girl, and Megan tries to cheer up a boy (Jay Lambert) who is despondent over having to repeat a grade at school. Lasssie becomes a lifeguard.
Will reads an entry in Megan's diary about her first kiss, and then plagiarizes it for an essay-writing contest.
A dishonest land developer (Robert Walker) tries to buy the families' traditional meeting lodge.
Lassie and Will try to protect a merchant (Matt Roe) from an escaped convict (John Walcutt) bent on revenge.
When three kittens are abandoned outside an animal shelter, Lassie does her best to save them.
Megan (Wendy Cox) rubs elbows with a new friend (Heather Hopper)---and gives Tracy the cold shoulder.
Lassie sniffs out the culprit who tampered with the school computer. When fund-raising data in the school computer is tampered with, Will and Lassie use "ESP" to sniff out the culprit.
When Will and Megan are trapped in a cave by falling rocks and rushing water, it is up to Lassie to find a way out.
At a construction site, a car hits Laddie, Lassie's puppy, and an unfinished building mysteriously collapses.
In a whimsical episode, the McCulloch's young house guest Nikki talks to her toys---and they answer her.
As Lassie tries to return a little girl's lost doll, she encounters a number of people who need her help.
While returning a runaway boy (Isaac Ocampo) to his family, the McCullochs encounter danger in a heavy rainstorm.
When the McCullochs are hired to portray a typical family in a TV commercial, they learn that, in show biz, it's a dog-eat-dog world.
Chris refuses to take a certain construction job---even though it would allow him to send Will (Will Nipper) to baseball camp.
When Megan (Wendy Cox) and her friend plan an unchaperoned party, the spiked punch stirs up danger for Will and Lassie.
Megan (Wendy Cox) refuses to give up her new pet rabbits, which were stolen from a research lab.
On the way home from a book-promoting tour, writer Andrew Leeds (Roddy McDowall), Will and Lassie are in a plane crash.
Will springs into action when Lassie is held hostage by a fugitive (Lance Kerwin).
Dee (Dee Wallace Stone) serves on a jury for a murder trial, and Lassie runs across evidence in the case.
Tommy Rettig, from the original "Lassie" series, stars in this episode about a canine computer experiment at the local university.
Will Estes(Will McCullough)
Christopher Stone(Chris McCullough)
Dee Wallace(Dee McCullough)
Jon Provost(Steve McCullough)
Wendy Cox(Megan McCullough)
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