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I'm always amazed when folks say they never knew all this stuff about The Andy Griffith Show existed. 

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What are "The Good Old Days?"

Posted by ColHarV on July 12, 2014 at 10:23pm 2 Comments

Do you sometimes long for "the good old days?"



Many a day over the years, I have had occasion to feel like I just wanted to be somewhere else besides where I was at the time. I will also find myself wishing I could go back to "the good… Continue

It's Hard to Beat a Mayberry Event

Posted by ColHarV on May 19, 2014 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

Everybody longs to be a part of something. Everybody wants to contribute to their family or circle of friends. Everybody wants to be valued. Sheriff Andy Taylor made that happen for the residents of Mayberry. He did it for Aunt Bee in the very first… Continue

Thanks for accepting me!

Posted by Monty McCord on May 2, 2014 at 9:47pm 0 Comments

Right now, just wanted to say thank you, I'm glad to be a part of the iMayberry Community!!!

Mayberry Comes BACK to Westminster 2014

Posted by ColHarV on April 14, 2014 at 5:38pm 0 Comments

In just a few short weeks, the town of Westminster, nestled neatly into the upper left-hand corner of the state, will come alive with Mayberry. Oconee County, where Westminster is located, is called the Golden Corner of the State. Although I love… Continue
 

Forum

WHO said that?

Started by ColHarV. Last reply by Dave Cline 14 hours ago. 1198 Replies

Who Is It?

Started by Keevy Hazelton. Last reply by Rare Nickle 16 hours ago. 91 Replies

Clothes Make The Man (Woman or Child)

Started by Thelscuz. Last reply by Keevy Hazelton 18 hours ago. 19 Replies

Howard's Pad

Started by Warren Fanatic. Last reply by Susan Plesha 23 hours ago. 18 Replies

Name That Episode

Started by Becka Jiménez. Last reply by ColHarV yesterday. 101 Replies

ME-TV's reruns

Started by SWFLguy. Last reply by ColHarV yesterday. 1 Reply

Have YOU ever NOTICED?

Started by ColHarV. Last reply by ColHarV yesterday. 290 Replies

Pop Quiz On Keith Thibodeaux.

Started by Warren Fanatic. Last reply by Joe Hoover on Wednesday. 5 Replies

TAGS in the future

Started by Andy Paul Lawson. Last reply by Joe Hoover Nov 15. 19 Replies

Still Another "Six Degrees Of Separation"

Started by Warren Fanatic. Last reply by Keevy Hazelton Nov 12. 3 Replies

Here's a "Six Degrees of Separation" puzzle.

Started by Warren Fanatic. Last reply by Warren Fanatic Nov 12. 4 Replies

"Experts" and Others Mentioned by Barney

Started by Plain Claude. Last reply by Keevy Hazelton Nov 12. 14 Replies

RARELY SEEN

Started by UT Pendike. Last reply by UT Pendike Nov 11. 81 Replies

Another "Six Degrees of Separation"

Started by Warren Fanatic. Last reply by Warren Fanatic Nov 11. 5 Replies

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Call to Action

Mayberry friends,

You can help gather and provide information about "our home town" by adding your knowledge to what's already part of the Mayberry Historical Society.

Please check out the Mayberry Historical Society web site (wiki) and add your Mayberry information to what others have already begun.

There's already an Episode Guide, a Character List, and other great stuff but we can make it even better and more complete if we work together.  If we pull it off, we'll have a searchable knowledge base of everything Mayberry that we can all use.

I hope you'll help. --Allan

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Joe Hoover liked Tracy Dan Turner's video
2 minutes ago
Dave Cline replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"Real close Keevey, Barney said that to Andy, Andy was holding a piece of meat and going to apply it on Opie's black eye in the very last scene of the show."
14 hours ago
Larry Grainger replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"That would be Andrew Taylor, when Barney thought he had Thelma Lou in his hip pocket. "Barney and Thelma Lou, Phfftt""
14 hours ago
Rare Nickle replied to Keevy Hazelton's discussion Who Is It?
"Very good, and the two gents above are Lum Eddards and Abner Peabody, AKA Lum & Abner"
16 hours ago
Keevy Hazelton replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
">>>"Sooner you put that on the quicker it works">>> Was it Andy to Opie, in, 'Opie and the Bully?'"
16 hours ago
Dave Cline replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"A piece of meat is the main prop in this scene."
16 hours ago
Larry Mealer replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"Who said.................Sometimes ,pretty girls go for a shaggy type of guy , and Gomer is pretty shaggy ."
17 hours ago
Larry Mealer replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"Aunt Bee said that to T.Lou and Barney in " The Rumor ""
17 hours ago
Susan Plesha replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"Andy said that to her when dynamite blasting was underway for a new road. "Should we let Lillian bring something?"
17 hours ago
Keevy Hazelton replied to Keevy Hazelton's discussion Who Is It?
"Got it. Actor, Norris Guff, left, played grocer, Mr. Doakes, in, 'Opie's Job.' He also played Gomer's grandfather in a first season ep of GP USMC.  "
18 hours ago
Keevy Hazelton replied to Thelscuz's discussion Clothes Make The Man (Woman or Child)
"Speaking of clothing, I just learned last night why buttons on women's shirts are on the left, while men's are on the right. Back in the olden days, women were often dressed by servants and this button arrangement would have placed the…"
18 hours ago
Keevy Hazelton replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"I can hear that being said but just can't come up with the scene. I'd appreciate a clue, Dave."
18 hours ago

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