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In the series' debut episode, which first aired on Oct. 10, 1960, the Taylor's housekeeper, Rose, leaves to get married. Andy then asks Aunt Bee to come live with them, but Opie refuses to accept her. In another major storyline, Andy hires Barney to be his (more…)
Mayberry is swarming with state troopers hunting an escaped convict, but they won't allow Andy and Barney to help, so the two take matters into their own hands. Capt. Barker: Ken Lynch. Morgan: Mike Steen. Emma: Cheerio Meredith. Cal: Norman Leavitt. Dirks (more…)
A series of “accidents,” including an exploding latrine and a runaway jeep, makes it clear that someone's gunning for Henry. Cowboy: Billy Green Bush. Lindstrom: Rick Moses. Goldstein: Joe Corey. Ugly John: John Orchard. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Hawkey (more…)
Acerbity hits new heights as tempers flare in the OR between Hawkeye and Frank over the issue of surgical competence. Ugly John: John Orchard. Thompson: Wayne Bryan. Griffin: Lynnette Mettey. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. Co-written by Larry G (more…)
Hawkeye and Trapper's overindulgence in teasing Frank results in the major's request for a transfer, until he hears there's gold in them thar hills. Dr. Kaplan: Harvey Goldenberg. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Frank: Larry Linville.
Henry's fitness for command is called into question when he's put on trial for charges stemming from the tomfoolery at the 4077th. Meg Cratty: Hope Summers. Gen. Mitchell: Robert F. Simon. Capt. Fox: Ralph Grosh. Marshall: Bobbie Mitchell. McLean Stevenson (more…)
Another letter from Hawkeye to his father tells about a bigoted soldier who wants the “right color” blood, a live grenade in the OR and Henry's home movies. Condon: Mills Watson. Gilbert: Bobbie Mitchell. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Tr (more…)
Henry returns from Tokyo in love with a woman (Kathrine Baumann) half his age, but he seems to have forgotten one thing---he's married. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Kwang Duk: Clyde Kusatsu. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers.
Hawkeye's quest for new boots turns into a never-ending game of horse trading. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Futterman: Michael Lerner. Murphy: Suzanne Zenor. Mitchell: Patricia Stevens. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville.
A wave of conservation hits the 4077th after a vital supply line is cut, creating a variety of shortages. Able: Kellye Nakahara. Baker: Alberta Jay. GI: Jeff Maxwell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Father Mulcahy: William Christopher. Frank: Larry Linville.
Famed fighter General “Iron Guts” Kelly (James Gregory) dies in action, but not the kind that looks good on a war record. Col. Wortman: Keene Curtis. Able: Bobbie Mitchell. Kwok: Byron Chung. GI: Jeff Maxwell. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda (more…)
Spring brings out the sap in everyone, especially an overly grateful---and oversized---patient (Alex Karras). Meanwhile, Radar romances a nurse (Mary Kay Place) and Klinger gets married over the telephone. Pasco: Greg Mabrey. Corpsman: Roy Goldman. Radar: (more…)
Rumors of a visit from Gen. Douglas MacArthur turn the 4077th upside down, but not all personnel are overly excited. Col. Whiteman: Graham Jarvis. Capt. Spalding: Loudon Wainwright III. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. L (more…)
Andy arrests Bobby Fleet (Henry Slate) and his traveling dance band in order to force them to check out a local guitar player (James Best) who's in an adjacent cell. Talbot: Dub Taylor. Orville: Jonathan Hole. Waitress: Connie Van. Barney: Don Knotts. Opie (more…)
Mayberry's new pharmacist, Ellie May Walker (Elinor Donahue), gets off to a bad start when she refuses to fill hypochondriac Emma Brand's phony prescription. Emma: Cheerio Meredith. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Opie: Ronny Howard.
Andy believes Ellie is trying to trap him into marrying her, so he sends three eligible bachelors her way to get her off his trail. Ellie: Elinor Donahue. Fred: Harry Antrim. Pete: Robert Easton. Charlie: Ray Lanier. Franklin: Bill Mulliken. Opie: Ronny Ho (more…)
Opie befriends a runaway boy (Pat Rosson) and then refuses to answer Andy's questions about him because Andy made him promise never to betray someone's trust. Tommy: Pat Losby. Steve: Dennis Holmes. Opie: Ronny Howard. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Andy: Andy (more…)
Andy stages a fake hold-up to boost Barney's courage in the hope that it will give his deputy the nerve to ask out a shy dressmaker (Amzie Strickland). Crawford: Jack Mann. Barney: Don Knotts. Ellie: Elinor Donahue. Opie: Ronny Howard.
Andy is disappointed when Opie only gives three cents to a children's charity drive, saving his money instead to buy a present for his girlfriend. Silby: Stuart Erwin. Anabelle: Lurene Tuttle. Opie: Ronny Howard. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavie (more…)
A young man and woman from two feuding mountain families want Andy to marry them, but their gun-toting fathers arrive to see that the two don't get hitched. Hannah: Tammy Windsor. Josh: Arthur Hunnicutt. Carter: Chubby Johnson. Wakefield: Claude Johnson. C (more…)
B.J. learns he is under investigation by the provost marshal, but it turns out to be a practical joke by an old friend (James Cromwell). Meanwhile, Margaret is desperate to see her husband. Gen. Fox: Robert Karnes. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. M (more…)
A mysterious stranger (William Lanteau) spooks Mayberry's citizens by displaying an eerie familiarity with their lives, which leads the locals to believe he is a spy. Floyd: Walter Baldwin. Pete: George Dunn. Lucy: Marlene Willis. Mrs. Buntley: Sara Seegar (more…)
Charles sees dollar signs when a scrip exchange is announced, but the process only gives Hawkeye a headache. Also, Klinger decides the best way to get out of Korea is to apply to West Point. Kim: Philip Ahn. Maxwell: Glenn Ash. Boone: Tom Dever. Igor: Pete (more…)