Andy and Opie face the difficult problem of helping an old milk-wagon horse find contentment in retirement.
Barney organizes a rescue party when Andy and Helen are trapped in a cave by a landslide.
Barney resigns when he thinks Andy is trying to ease him out of his deputy sheriff job.
13:31 — Aunt Bee hosts a TV cooking show and Andy and Opie must fend for themselves.
Opie upsets the whole town when he proves that the famous Battle of Mayberry was only a bloodless brawl, settled over a jug of corn liquor.
06:49 — Andy is distressed when Opie receives a failing grade for his school essay naming him his most unforgettable character.
12:18 — Ellie Walker, a pretty young graduate pharmacist, moves to Mayberry to help her uncle out in the local drugstore.
18:10 — Andy struggles with the financial challenge of helping an impoverished congregation buy a new church organ.
A stranger comes to Mayberry and disrupts the life of the townspeople because he knows everyone's name and business.
Barney almost loses his shirt and his girlfriend when a charming female con artist dupes him.
Deputy Barney Fife invests his life's savings in a used car that turns out to be a lemon.
Opie seems in line for a new bicycle as he comes home with an all "A" report card.
08:32 — Andy and Barney are hard pressed when Mayberry's guest of honor turns out to be a pickpocket.
05:02 — Goober tries to impress an old mechanics' school friend by treating him to a lavish dinner and claiming to own a chain of gas stations.
11:40 — Barney tickets Gomer for a U-turn and is then detained in a citizen's arrest by Gomer for the same thing.
Portraying goofy gas-pump jockey Gomer Pyle, Jim Nabors became a cast regular -- joining the homespun denizens of tranquil Mayberry, N.C.
Season 2 of the classic television show set in Mayberry, N.C., continues to follow the life and times of widower Andy Taylor.
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- 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)
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