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Mayberry's new by-the-book mayor (Parley Baer) doesn't approve of Andy's easygoing sheriffin', so he keeps close watch on Andy's activities. Morgan: Roy Engel. Mrs. Ambrose: Janet Stewart. Mrs. Morgan: Helen Kleeb. Barney: Don Knotts. Opie: Ronny Howard. A (more…)
Opie tries to convince Andy that his new friend, Mr. McBeevee---who walks in treetops, has 12 extra hands and blows smoke from his ears---is real. But Andy is determined to make Opie admit that he's imaginary. Mr. McBeevee: Karl Swenson. Dr. Goodwin: Earl (more…)
Aunt Bee believes she has what it takes to land the lead role as Lady Mayberry in the town's centennial pageant, but her audition is less than stellar. John: Olan Soule. Clara: Hope Summers. Doris: Barbara Perry. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier.
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 lets Otis pose as a deputy so Otis can impress his visiting brother (Stanley Adams), who believes he is in law enforcement. Otis: Hal Smith. Verlaine: Amzie Strickland. Mrs. Campbell: Dorothy Neumann. Barney: Don Knotts. Andy: Andy Griffith.
A vengeful newspaper publisher (Roy Roberts) sends a reporter (Ruta Lee) to dig up dirt on Andy, after Andy tracks him down for a traffic violation. Miss Fenwick: Sally Mansfield. Milton: Robert Brubaker. Commissioner: Byron Morrow. Opie: Ronny Howard. Oti (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.
Andy and Barney tire of Goober tagging along on their dates with the girls, so they fix him up with a date (Josie Lloyd) of his own and Barney gives him tips on romance by eavesdropping on Andy and Helen. Helen: Aneta Corsaut. Thelma Lou: Betty Lynn. Goobe (more…)
Barney runs for sheriff when it appears Andy will take a job out of town, but the position falls through---and Andy discovers he's missed the election filing deadline, leaving Barney the only candidate on the ballot. Floyd: Howard McNear. Thelma Lou: Betty (more…)
Barney discovers $250,000 taken in a bank robbery and goes undercover to catch the thief (Al Checco), who has a plan of his own to get the money back. Brewster: Robert Brubaker. Fred: Byron Foulger. Hobo: Hank Patterson. Goober: George Lindsey.
Thieves, out to rob the Mayberry bank, pose as Hollywood producers who want to make a TV show based on Andy, the sheriff without a gun. Gavin MacLeod, who would star on “Mary Tyler Moore” five years later, appears. Allen: George Ives. Pat: Barbara Stua (more…)
Opie must decide whether to stand up to a new boy in town who is stirring up trouble. This is the episode in which Barney delivers his famous “Nip it in the bud!” speech. Steve: Scott McCarter. Billy: Kim Tyler. Johnny Paul: Richard Keith. Foley: Stanl (more…)
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