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Goober is made a deputy when Andy comes down with the flu and is bedridden for several days. But it's Mayberry that really suffers, because of Goober's ticket-happy ways. Elmo: Vince Barnett. Doc Roberts: Charles Thompson. Harvey: Anthony Jochim. Alvin: Ho (more…)
Howard leaves Mayberry for a Caribbean paradise, but he soon realizes that a life of beachcombing is not for him. Proprietor: Harry Dean Stanton. Grover: Don Keefer. Wes: Sam Greene. Sebastian: Mark Brown. Howard: Jack Dodson.
Goober buys Wally's gas station, but then starts worrying about all of the problems that come with ownership. George: Bo Hopkins. Cyrus: George Cisar. Fred: David Ketchum. Harry: James McCallion. Goober: George Lindsey.
Aunt Bee becomes the hostess of a local TV cooking show and discovers that it conflicts with her family life. The episode was written by James L. Brooks two-and-a-half years before he created Mary Tyler Moore's hit sitcom. Brooks also went on to win two Os (more…)
Emmett's wife and overbearing brother-in-law (Dub Taylor) conspire to turn Mayberry's fix-it man into an insurance salesman. James L. Brooks (“Mary Tyler Moore”; “Taxi”; “Terms of Endearment”; “Broadcast News”; “As Good As It Gets”) wro (more…)
Opie gets a job at the drugstore to earn money for a new guitar, but then he breaks an expensive bottle of perfume while the owner is away. Crawford: Robert F. Simon. Mrs. Briggs: Diane Deininger. Arnold: Sheldon Collins. Opie: Ronny Howard.
Tempers flare when Barney reopens a long-forgotten case in which Charlie Foley (Frank Ferguson) charged Floyd with assault. When Barn restages the event, it erupts into a frenzy of nose punching. Gilly: Larry Hovis. Floyd: Howard McNear. Goober: George Lin (more…)
Opie spices up his penny newspaper by adding gossip he's overheard from Andy, Barney and Aunt Bee. But when they see the news he finds fit to print, they scramble to collect all the papers before anyone else can read them. Howie: Dennis Rush. Rev. Martin: (more…)
Aunt Bee fabricates a romance with the butter-and-egg man (Woodrow Chambliss) because she thinks Andy is worried about her. Then Barney learns that the man is married. Evan: Bobby Diamond. Lyle: Farley Thurston. Clara: Hope Summers. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavie (more…)
Fun girls Daphne (Jean Carson) and Skippy (Joyce Jameson) speed through Mayberry so they'll get arrested by Andy and Barney, who just want to get the girls quietly out of town before Helen and Thelma Lou see them. This marked the third and last appearance (more…)
Don Rickles is cast as inept peddler Newton Monroe, whom Andy tries to encourage by giving him odd jobs to do. Of course, Newton fails at all of them. Barney: Don Knotts. Goober: George Lindsey. Floyd: Howard McNear.
Andy overreacts when Opie starts doing poorly in math and begins constantly pressuring the boy to study. But Helen comes to Ope's rescue. Opie: Ronny Howard. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Helen: Aneta Corsaut.
Opie spends all of his money trying to win Andy an electric razor at a crooked carnival shooting gallery. When Andy finds out, he beats the hucksters at their own game. Pete: Lewis Charles. Charlie: Billy Halop. Opie: Ronny Howard. Goober: George Lindsey (more…)
The church committee must decide whether to spend a $500 bequest on new choir robes or on structural repairs. Rev. Tucker: William Keene. Elmo: Vince Barnett. Martha: Mary Lansing. Clara: Hope Summers. Helen: Aneta Corsaut. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier.
Barney (Don Knotts) returns to Mayberry to arrange accommodations for a summit meeting between U.S. and Russian diplomats, but he can't find a suitable house. This was Knotts' last appearance on the series. Dewhurst: Richard X. Slattery. Vasilievich: Ben A (more…)
Goober feels like a failure when he runs into a successful former classmate (Noam Pitlik) at an auto show in Raleigh, so Goober boasts that he's actually quite wealthy, too. Salesman: Jack Good. Manicurist: Patty Regan. Goober: George Lindsey.
Aunt Bee believes she needs more excitement in her life---so, to Andy's dismay, she decides to take flying lessons. MacDonald: John McLiam. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Opie: Ronny Howard. Goober: George Lindsey.
Andy learns that Helen was once arrested in Kansas City on a felony charge, and when the word gets out she is brought before the school board to explain. Mrs. Pendleton: Ruth McDevitt. Lockridge: Peter Hobbs. Miss Blanchard: Connie Sawyer. Mrs. Crane: Mont (more…)
Andy hires an out-of-work banjo player (Jerry Van Dyke) as a part-time deputy, but he proves too incompetent to even fill Barney's shoes. Lee Van Cleef appears in a minor role. His appearance came a year before his big splash in “The Good, the Bad, and t (more…)
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…)
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…)
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