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Opie rescues Mike (Buddy Foster) from a bully and the two of them start spending a lot of time together, until a new girl moves into town, which puts a strain on their relationship. Foster is the brother of Oscar winner Jodie Foster. Heather: Diane Quinn (more…)
Goober tries a computer dating service and his inept replies on the form lead to his being mismatched with a pretty psychologist (Nancy Malone). Doris: Maggie Peterson. Franklin: Tod Andrews. Goober: George Lindsey. Sam: Ken Berry.
Sam invites an Italian friend to work for him on the farm, but the man shows up with his entire family. Griffith ended his long-running series with this eighth-season finale, which aired on April 1, 1968. It was the show's 249th episode and served as the p (more…)
Opie competes against Billy Crenshaw (John Bangert) for a grocery-store job and then learns the boy needs the money more than he does. This episode kicked off the series' sixth season and was the first to air in color. Doakes: Norris Goff. Karen: Ronda Jet (more…)
Opie must find the courage to face up to a bully who keeps taking his lunch money---and Andy must find the courage to let him. Sheldon: Terry Dickinson. Opie: Ronny Howard. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Andy: Andy Griffith.
Andy gives a speeding ticket to an attractive woman (Jean Hagen) who pleads “not guilty” and then beguiles the witnesses against her. Among them: Floyd, Barney and Opie. Barney: Don Knotts. Mayor: Dick Elliott. Floyd: Howard McNear. Opie: Ronny Howard (more…)
Andy tries to evict an old man (Andy Clyde) from a rundown house, but learns that the man owns a century-old savings bond worth thousands---and the bearer expects the town to pay up. Fergus: Warren Parker. Barney: Don Knotts. Mayor: Dick Elliott. Aunt Bee: (more…)
Andy is suspicious when a FBI agent shows up to honor the Sheriff's department for its crime-free record. Fred: Edmon Ryan. Joe: George Petrie. Ray: Stanley Farrar. Margaret: Elizabeth Talbot-Martin. Barney: Don Knotts. Andy: Andy Griffith.
Andy tries to convince the townsfolk that Henry Bennett (John Qualen) isn't a jinx, even though the hapless man's mere presence always coincides with disaster. Sam: Sherwood Keith. Art: Frank Warren. Leon: Clint Howard. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt Bee: France (more…)
Andy and Barney, who are under criticism from the state police, try to recapture a convict Barney allowed to escape from the Mayberry jail. Doc: Allan Melvin. Horton: Ken Lynch. Goss: Fred Sherman. Art: Frank Warren. Barney: Don Knotts. Andy: Andy Griffith (more…)
Barney becomes Opie's track coach, after Opie sets his sights on winning a medal in a 50-yard-dash competition at the Sheriff's Boys' Day race. Joe: Bob McQuain. Fred: Pat Coghlan. Barney: Don Knotts. Opie: Ronny Howard. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier.
Members of the town choir want to give their newest singer---sour-sounding Barney---the hook, but no one has the heart to do it. John: Olan Soule. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Andy: Andy Griffith.
The out-of-towner (Jay Novello) chosen as the Founder's Day guest of honor turns out to be an expert pickpocket who now literally has the keys to the city. Barney: Don Knotts. Opie: Ronny Howard. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Floyd: Howard McNear.
Jack Burns makes his first appearance as deputy Warren Ferguson, who promptly arrests Aunt Bee and the entire Ladies' Auxiliary for playing bingo. This is the only episode directed by Sheldon Leonard. Clara: Hope Summers. Myra: Amzie Strickland. Aunt Bee: (more…)
Andy irritates department-store owner Ben Weaver when he helps a struggling door-to-door salesman (Sterling Holloway) open a local shop that cuts into Weaver's business. Ben: Will Wright. Mrs. Farmer: Sara Seeger. Mrs. Mason: Mary Lansing. Joe: Bob McQuain (more…)
The jail cells are full with moonshiners, so inebriate Otis must serve out his regular sentence at the Taylor house, where “warden” Aunt Bee puts him to work. Billy: Orville Sherman. Ike: Bob McQuain. Junior: Paul Bakanas. Otis: Hal Smith. Aunt Bee: Fr (more…)
Aunt Bee wins several prizes on a TV game show, but loses friends when she constantly brags to them about her success. William Christopher guest stars. Christopher (who seven years later played Father Mulcahy on “M*A*S*H”) was at this time also a regul (more…)
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- Birth Name: George Smith Lindsey
- Birth Place: Fairfield, AL
- Died: May 6, 2012
- Profession: Actor
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