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Aunt Bee takes a part-time job as a receptionist for a print shop, not knowing that the place is a front for counterfeiters. Finch: James Millhollin. Kingsley: Milton Frome. Clark: Herbie Faye. Violet Rose: Maggie Magennis. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Warren (more…)
Clara pleads for a new church organ and Andy gets everyone to pledge money to help buy one, but when the pledges come due no one wants to pay up. Robinson: Woodrow Chambliss. Rev. Tucker: William Keene. Jim: Bert Remsen. Rudy: Pitt Herbert. Sam: Robert B (more…)
Andy and Barney are in a pickle when they claim to like Aunt Bee's horrible homemade dills, which only encourages her to make more. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Barney: Don Knotts. Opie: Ronny Howard. Clara: Hope Summers.
Barney is offered the job of sheriff in the nearby town of Greendale, so Andy lets him be sheriff for a day in Mayberry to see what the position is really like. Mayor Purdy: Ralph Dumke. Dobbs: Dabbs Greer. Art: Frank Warren. Osgood: Paul Bryar. Barney: Do (more…)
Andy and Barney help a farmer friend (Alan Hale Jr.) look for a suitable bride, until he settles on Barney's Thelma Lou. Mary: Adoree Evans. Joe: Bob McQuain. Thelma Lou: Betty Lynn. Barney: Don Knotts. Andy: Andy Griffith.
After Opie is named his club's “Keeper of the Flame,” he winds up accused of burning down the barn where the secret society meets. Foster: Everett Sloane. Tom: Flip Mark. Ralph: Mark Rodney. Opie: Ronny Cox. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier.
A rich spoiled teen (Bill Bixby) arrested for causing a car accident threatens to get his influential father to have Andy fired. Dilbeck: Jon Lormer. Harrington: John Graham. Barney: Don Knotts. Opie: Ronny Howard. Otis: Hal Smith.
Barbershop business is booming---and Mayberry's women are getting jealous---when a pretty manicurist (Barbara Eden) sets up shop at Floyd's. Floyd: Howard McNear. Sam: Sherwood Keith. Barney: Don Knotts. Mayor Pike: Dick Elliott. Emma: Cheerio Meredith.
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 fires crossing guard Ernest T. Bass (Howard Morris) for throwing rocks at cars and hires Malcolm Merriweather (Bernard Fox). But Ernest T. isn't about to give up without a fight. This episode marked the last appearance of both Ernest T. Bass and Malco (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…)
Guest star Don Knotts won an Emmy for his turn in this episode, in which Barney returns to Mayberry for a high-school reunion and tries to rekindle his relationship with Thelma Lou. This is the first of a two-part storyline in which Barney returned to Mayb (more…)
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.
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…)
Andy and Barney make a business trip to Raleigh, where Barney tangles with a jewel thief at a ritzy hotel. Desk Clerk: Arte Johnson. Det. Bardolli: Allan Melvin. Hassler: Les Tremayne. Hedges: Robert S. Carson. Barney: Don Knotts. Andy: Andy Griffith.
Barney's ego gets a boost when he meets worshipful Warren, but he appears to be a coward when an escaped convict heads toward Mayberry. This is the conclusion of a 1966 two-parter in which Don Knotts made a return appearance following his departure at the (more…)
Aunt Bee collects on an insurance claim after she loses a valuable piece of jewelry, but then it turns up---after she has spent the money. Jack Dodson makes his first appearance on the show as an insurance agent. Seven episodes later, he reappeared as seri (more…)
A Wild West show passes through Mayberry with a pompous promoter (Pat Hingle) and a man who claims to be Wyatt Earp's great-nephew (Richard Jury). Johnny: Richard Keith. Opie: Ronny Howard. Warren: Jack Burns.