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Barney tries to teach a stray dog he names Blue to be a crime-fighting bloodhound. Blue turns out to be just a lazy mutt, but that doesn't stop Barney from taking him to track down a crook. Howard Morris (a.k.a. Ernest T. Bass) is heard in a voice-over as (more…)
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…)
The future Mrs. Taylor, schoolteacher Helen Crump (Aneta Corsaut), made her first appearance in this episode, in which Opie tells her that his pa says history doesn't matter. That, of course, doesn't sit well with “old Miss Crump.” Opie: Ronny Howard (more…)
Hillbilly family the Darlings made their first appearance in this episode, in which the betrothed Charlene develops a crush on Andy. Briscoe: Denver Pyle. Charlene: Margaret Ann Peterson. Darling Brothers: Dillard Brothers. Dud: Hoke Howell. Opie: Ronny Ho (more…)
A little old lady (Ellen Corby), who is actually the leader of a ring of car thieves, sells Barney his first car---and it's a lemon. Thelma Lou: Betty Lynn. Gomer: Jim Nabors. Jake: Allan Melvin. Mrs. Temple: Hallene Hill. Minister: Tom Allen.
Barney promises he'll take care of everything so Andy and Helen can spend a day together down by the lake, but he ruins their time alone by constantly interrupting them with trivial matters. Howard Morris (a.k.a. Ernest T. Bass) appears as a TV repairman (more…)
In an episode considered by many to be the series' best, Barney thinks he's summoned the spirit of a 200-year-old count after he buys some fortunetelling cards and a magic lamp at an auction. Opie: Ronny Howard. Helen: Aneta Corsaut. Goober: George Lindsey (more…)
Andy asks Goober to answer the phone while he's away, so the mechanic takes a car apart and reassembles it in the courthouse in order to handle both jobs. Larry Hovis, who eight months later starred in “Hogan's Heroes,” guest stars as Gilly Walker, the (more…)
Barney tries, to no avail, to rehabilitate Otis and ends up running him off to do his drinking in Mount Pilot. Then the deputy misses him and begs him to come back. Luke: Frank Cady. Otis: Hal Smith. Floyd: Howard McNear. Barney: Don Knotts.
Andy is pressured by heartless Ben Weaver to serve a foreclosure notice to a struggling family living in one of Weaver's houses. Weaver: Will Wright. Scobey: Sam Edwards. Mrs. Scobey: Margaret Kerry. Bertha: Hope Summers. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt Bee: Fran (more…)
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- Rating: TV-G
- Premise: Gentle humor and genuinely likable characters made Mayberry a beloved fixture on the TV landscape. A Top 10 hit throughout its eight-year run (it went out at No. 1), this low-key, down-home sitcom harkened back to a simpler time and place. Mayberry may be… (more)