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How Many Episodes Of "The Andy Griffith Show" Have You Seen?
Widower Sheriff Andy Taylor, and his son Opie, live with Andy's Aunt Bee in Mayberry, North Carolina. With virtually no crimes to solve, most of Andy's time is spent philosophizing and calming down his cousin Deputy Barney Fife.
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Pride in what other people think presents itself to Andy two-fold when he hears that Opie only gave a measly three cents to a school charity fund and when a two-years-dead husband walks up to say hello.
Nice as they can be to others, Fred and Jennie Boone snap at each other violently at home. Andy intervenes on behalf of the general peace but learns that others can express their happiness differently.
Handyman Henry Wheeler enters the Taylors' life, for whom Aunt Bee develops a wistful soft spot. For her sake, Andy keeps him on with chores but progressively discovers Henry's true vocation - that of a freeloader.
No one will admit to Aunt Bee's homemade pickles being the worst they've ever tasted. Andy switches them with store-bought ones to avoid eating hers, but her decision to enter them in the county fair presents a dilemma.
The state police come to town to catch some payroll robbers. They want Andy and Barney to stay out of the way and let them handle it. The big boys end up needing Andy and Barney more than they thought.
The town decides to celebrate Founders' Day by picking a stranger at random to be the town's 'Guest of Honor'. Unfortunately the person they choose turns out to be a thief who's just been kicked out of the neighboring county.
Mayberry's town band is the worst in the state and Mayor Stoner refuses to allow them to go to the state capital to play. It looks like they will have to stay home until Andy gets a little help from Freddy Fleet and his band.
In pen pal correspondences with a wealthy widow, Floyd has presented himself as equally well off. Her sudden decision to visit Mayberry leaves him in a tizzy and begging for Andy's help in maintaining the ruse.
After Barney tickets the governor's car for illegal parking, the governor is impressed and comes to Mayberry to congratulate him for doing a good job. Barney doesn't realize this and thinks he is going to lose his job instead.
A businessman's car breaks down two miles from Mayberry on a Sunday. He has a business appointment in Charlotte the next morning. He walks to town and finds it deserted until church lets out. The garage is also closed on Sunday. Gomer is working but can only pump gas and Wally refuses to repair the car until Monday. The stranger can't believe the pace of life in Mayberry and everyone's lack of urgency. Andy tries to talk him into spending the night and getting the car fixed on Monday. He will hear of no such thing...at first.
Andy receives a letter from an ex-con that he shot in the leg, years ago, in a gas station robbery attempt. He has lost most of the function of that leg. The ex-con writes that he is coming to Mayberry to set things straight. Barney assumes the worst. When Andy won't take a vacation or at least carry a gun, Barney deputizes Gomer and Otis to keep watch and protect Andy 24 hours a day.
After a series of auto-related thefts, the shadow of suspicion looms ever longer over Jimmy--a youth with a troubled past. How long can Andy rush to Jimmy's defense before his own faith in the boy is shaken?
Opie's had it with his history homework, and misinterprets Andy's empathy as an excuse to skip it and lead his friends in revolt against their teacher, "Old Lady" Crump. When Miss Crump holds Andy responsible, he must find a way to motivate Opie and his pals.
Briscoe Darling comes to town seeking the sheriff's help to solve a problem with Ernest T Bass, who has decided to court Briscoe's daughter Charlene and is making a pest of himself by throwing rocks through the windows of the Darling's cabin to get her attention. Charlene is already married to Dud Wash but Ernest T doesn't recognize the marriage because it wasn't performed by a preacher. Reluctantly, Andy agrees to help out and he and Barney make the long drive up to the mountains the next day. Ernest T is not impressed by the lawmen and continues breaking windows. Andy decides the best solution is another wedding, this time with the circuit preacher presiding. When Ernest T threatens to kidnap the bride Andy dresses Barney up as a decoy and Dud and Charlene are remarried while Ernest T is trying to figure out who Barney is. In the end Dud and Ernest T shake hands and they all celebrate at the cabin.
A visiting preacher tells the town to relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. He inspires everyone to have an old-time band concert. With all the stress of rebuilding the broken-down bandstand and getting ragged uniforms ready, they wear themselves out.
After being treated to Aunt Bee's hospitality and home cooking, Briscoe Darling decides he is going to marry her. He even resorts to kidnapping her. Andy comes up with a clever solution to the whole mess.
After Gomer gets fired from the filling station (losing his room there), he moves in with Andy. When people come by the house at all hours of the night to get their cars looked at, Andy knows he has to do something.
Andy and Barney have to protect a shipment of gold which will be going through Mayberry on the way to Fort Knox. It's critical that they keep it a secret, but Barney spills the beans immediately and within minutes all of Mayberry knows. A carnival-like atmosphere soon takes hold. The plot thickens when Barney discovers there's no gold in the truck.
A mistake by Opie's teacher causes him to get all A's on his report card. He finds out the truth, but everyone is so proud of him (he even receives a new bike) he can't figure out how to break the news without disappointing them all.
Barney's landlady evicts him and he has to move into the back room of the courthouse. When she withdraws all her money and decides to marry someone she just met, Barney suspects she is the victim of a con man.
Gomer makes a citizen's arrest of Barney for committing the same traffic violation that Barney just ticketed him for. This causes Barney to overreact, resigning as deputy and demanding a jail sentence in lieu of paying the fine. When Gomer finds out how far it has gone, he tries to come up with a solution.
After Andy and Helen go exploring in a cave, it collapses behind them. They find another way out, but hear on the radio that Barney has mobilized the town to rescue them. They go back into the cave to save Barney from becoming a laughingstock.
Two fun-loving girls from Mount Pilot interrupt Andy and Barney's late night office work. When Helen and Thelma Lou see them together, they get upset and cancel their dates to the big dance. Barney decides he and Andy will take the fun girls instead.
Gomer joins the Marines to test himself as a man. Andy drives him to the base and stays around for a while to see how it works out. When he finds out the Sergeant plans to get Gomer sent home, he tries to find a way to get the Sergeant on Gomer's side.
Opie develops a crush on a secret girlfriend, and gets advice on what kind of present to get her. When he comes up with a pair of nylon stockings, Andy intercedes, suggesting something less personal, like flowers. Later, Andy discovers that the secret girl is Opie's teacher, Helen Crump. Andy informs Opie that he doesn't appreciate him cutting in on his girl, and Opie relents.
Barney and Thelma Lou have an argument. They reconcile quickly, but it leads to other arguments between Andy and Barney, Thelma Lou and Helen, Andy and Helen, and another between Barney and Thelma Lou.
The musical Darling family descends upon Mayberry again. This time they are looking for a husband for Charlene's new baby daughter. Things get complicated when they choose Opie and refuse to take no for an answer.
While Barney is on vacation in Raleigh, Andy needs to find someone to fill as a temporary deputy. When Andy himself has to go to a sheriff safety conference for a few days. Nobody is available, so he is stuck with Goober. Goober doesn't take the job seriously (still working at the filling station). It gets so bad that Goober begins to work on cars at the sheriff's office and even ends up completely dismantling a car right inside the courthouse.
Barney gets a chain letter that predicts bad luck it he doesn't make copies and send them to friends. To prove to Andy that he's not superstitious, he doesn't send any. A constant stream of back luck is the result. Things look bad when he has a marksmanship test coming up, which he has to pass in order to keep his job.
When Andy and Barney get tired of Goober tagging along on their dates, they decide to try teaching him how to act around women and then get him to ask a girl on a date. It proves to be quite a project.
After Andy is profiled in a national sheriff's magazine as the 'Sheriff Without A Gun', a television production team comes to town to research a possible TV show about Mayberry's sheriff department. Andy suspects something's up when they spend a lot of time checking out the bank.
When Helen tells Andy Opie isn't doing too well in math, he's pretty relaxed about it. She recommends that Opie should do a bit more homework and he agrees. Barney, however, thinks Andy's attitude is completely off base. Barney starts talking about how Opie may not get into college and the like and gets Aunt Bee all worried. Soon, Andy is just as stressed and he tells Opie to buckle down and cut out the play time. Helen soon reports to him that since they last spoke of Opie, he is actually doing much worse and not only in math. Andy can't understand since he's been quite strict with Opie who has done nothing but study. Helen suggests that that may just be the problem.
Malcolm Merriweather returns to Mayberry, announcing that he plans to live there permanently. Andy gives him the job of school crossing guard after firing Ernest T. Bass from the job for throwing rocks at cars. Ernest T. challenges Malcolm to a fight which he accepts, even though he can't fight.
After Helen gets upset about a publicity picture of Andy and a pretty actress from the movie, Andy tries to get back at Helen by going on a date with the actress. When Helen calls to apologize, Opie tells her about the date.
Opie and his new friend Tommy are having fun with the new boy's miniature walkie-talkies. They listen in on conversations and the like but Tommy has a sense of humor that not everyone appreciates. When Goober adopts a stray dog, they hide one of the walkie-talkies in the animal's collar and soon the gullible mechanic thinks he has a talking dog. Goober soon makes a fool of himself and the boys think it's quite funny. Andy tries to impress upon them that humiliating people is not funny and teaches Tommy a lesson in what it feels like to be the butt of someone's practical joke.
Aunt Bee takes a part-time job at a printing shop that has just opened in town. When Andy notices, among other things, that they print business cards with green ink, he figures out just what they're in the business of printing!
When the old church organ heaves its last note, Warren finds an ad for a used one placed by a local farmer, and Andy gets pledges from local businessmen to supplement what's in the church fund to pay for it. When it's time to collect on the pledges, all Andy gets are excuses. But the farmer can't afford to budge on the price. The church organist herself, Clara, relies on her intuition to supply a solution.
Warren meets Otis for the first time and tries to cure his alcoholism by introducing him to mosaic art. Surprisingly, Otis takes to it well, and even stops drinking. The only problem is that he has no artistic talent.
Aunt Bee finds a lost antique pin after spending the insurance money she got for it. She feels like she has stolen from the insurance company, but Warren and Goober end up helping clear her conscience.
Opie is really looking forward to the school party this year - that is until he learns that, for the first time, it's going to be a dance. The problem is that Opie can't dance. He quickly loses interest in the party and Andy doesn't think much of it until Floyd reminds him that the same happened to Andy when he was Opie's age. Aunt Bee's attempt to teach Opie a few steps proves to be just a bit outdated however. Opie is convinced he will just plain embarrass himself, but it turns out not to be so bad after all.
When a band of Gypsies comes to town and starts selling junk to people, Andy tries running them off. They put a curse on the town, saying it will not rain again until they are allowed to come back. When there is no rain for over a week, the town turns against Andy.
When Aunt Bee gets a call from her niece Martha asking if she would take take care of their baby for a week while they attend a wedding, she gladly accepts. She also assures Andy that the baby will be no trouble at all. She's somewhat taken aback however when the baby cries every time she picks her up. Others seem to have no problem, including Andy. She soon finds herself asking anyone who is handy to stop by the house at feeding times, as she's convinced herself that the baby hates her. An emergency of sorts convinces her otherwise.
The Darlings sell some land to the county for $300. Briscoe decides it's time to get his boys married off and they spend the day in town looking for brides. After they can't find anyone, they're ready to leave when they see an omen that says the next woman they see will be a bride. Then they see Helen coming down the sidewalk.
Barney visits the same time as a movie star who's also from Mayberry. When her PR man learns she and Barney dated in school, he has Barney escort her to her new movie's premiere. Unfortunately, Barney thinks he has rekindled an old romance.
When Goober hears that Wally has the gas station up for sale, he decides the time has come for him to become a businessman. With Andy and Emmett acting as co-signers, he borrows the money and is soon the proud owner of his own business. His idea of being a business executive may be a bit off kilter however. His first act is to hire an employee to do the manual work while he does all of the 'thinking'. Only problem is, he's not much of businessman and Andy and Emmett start to wonder what they have got themselves into when Goober starts to make some pretty serious errors, like forgetting to order gas. When Goober reads about a well-educated man who lost millions when he became head of his company, he loses all confidence in himself.
When Barney hears about an international summit meeting that will be held in the area, he volunteers the home of a wealthy Mayberry citizen. He fails to get the permission of the homeowner first, and the owner refuses to let them use his house. The summit entourage arrives in town with no place to hold the meeting.
Goober finds out Andy is taking Aunt Bee and Opie to the auto show in Raleigh and asks to go along, confident they'll get free samples when salesmen find out he's a "big operator". At the hotel, Goober calls up Roy Swanson, an old friend from trade school, to see how he's doing and to brag a little. They meet at the show and Goober is surprised to find out that Roy is a senior vice-president in charge of engineering with Amalgamated Motors. After hearing about a fellow student, Goober tells Roy he has a chain of stations instead of just one. When Roy meets the Taylors and invites them to dinner, Goober says it's his treat and chooses the finest restaurant in Raleigh. At dinner, Goober, out of his element, tries to act like a big shot but things don't work out and Roy finds out the truth. As they prepare to go home the next day, Andy unsuccessfully tries to cheer up a dejected Goober, who feels like a complete failure. Stopping for gas, Andy gets a bottle of pop and sees Roy, covered in grease, working on a car. He calls Goober over and asks him if he'd like to say hello to an old friend but Goober declines, saying he wouldn't want to embarrass him.
A new dating service wants to test out its questionnaire that is meant to find people with common interests and pursuits. They focus on Mayberry and soon Goober is filling out the questionnaire. Opie tries to tell him that he's not answering the questionnaire correctly - such as saying he read 30 books a month when in fact he reads that many comic books - but Goober perseveres. Soon, he's on a date with the highly educated designer of the questionnaire and it becomes painfully apparent that they have little in common. As things develop however, she soon finds there may be some advantage to the lifestyle and attraction of small-town living.
Sam Jones has his friend Mario from Italy come to help out on the farm. Mario brings his father and sister along without telling Sam first. When they have a difficult time adjusting to life in Mayberry, Sam has to decide if they can stay in the U.S.