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Barney's determined to find a wife for Andy, so he parades every available female in Mayberry through Andy's living room. What Barn doesn't know is that Andy has his eye on Miss Crump (Aneta Corsaut). Thelma Lou: Betty Lynn. Amanda: Janet Waldo. Lavinia: B (more…)
Ernest T. Bass (Howard Morris) made his first appearance in this classic episode, in which he's determined to marry Charlene Darling, even though she's wed to Dud Wash. This is also the show that finds Barney dressed as a bride. Dub Taylor appears as a pre (more…)
Barney gets so carried away with instructing two prisoners jailed at the courthouse about life at “the rock” that he winds up letting them escape. George Kennedy appears as a state detective. Tiny: Billy Halop. Doc: Jack Lambert. Harry: Arthur Kendall (more…)
The series is at its down-home best in this classic episode in which Opie accidentally kills a mother bird with his slingshot and then dutifully raises her nestlings until they are big enough to fly. Opie: Ronny Howard. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt Bee: France (more…)
Opie swears the old Rimshaw house is haunted when he hears eerie sounds coming from the place. When Barney and Gomer pay a visit, they too become believers. Opie: Ronny Howard. John: Ronnie Dapo. Barney: Don Knotts. Gomer: Jim Nabors. Otis: Hal Smith. Big (more…)
Ernest T. Bass (Howard Morris) tries to join the Army so he can get a uniform to impress his sweetheart, Romenna. But when he's rejected, he goes on a rock-throwing rampage through Mayberry. Pratt: Allan Melvin. Doctor: Paul Smith. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt (more…)
A visiting minister from New York advises Mayberry's citizens to slow down and relax. But the townsfolk wear themselves out organizing a concert designed to help them take it easy. Dr. Breen: David Lewis. Dr. Tucker: William Keene. Luther: Forrest Lewis. A (more…)
Hillbilly Briscoe Darling (Denver Pyle) takes a shine to Aunt Bee and intends to make her his bride. But Bee teaches the mountaineer a lesson when she tries to civilize him. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier. Opie: Ronny Howard. Darling Brothers: Dillard Brothers.
Gomer, who lived at Wally's gas station, moves in with the Taylors after Wally fires him for talking too much and working too little. Soon, Andy's driveway is filled with cars for Gomer to repair. Jase: Joe Hamilton. Wally: Trevor Bardette. Luther: Roy Eng (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.
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…)
Barney blabs about a top-secret shipment of gold coming through Mayberry, leading to a carnival-like reception for the Treasury truck. Treasury Agent: Rance Howard. Leon: Clint Howard. Asa: Charles P. Thompson. Hermit: Doodles Weaver. Peddler: Phil Arnold (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.
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…)
Barney is booted out of Mrs. Mendlebright's boarding house for violating her rules against cooking and using high-wattage bulbs, so he moves into the courthouse. This episode contains the hilarious scene in which Andy finds Barney covered with lipstick kis (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)