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Have YOU ever NOTICED?

OK...Let's find the stuff that may not be so obvious, and the ones that make you think, "Hey, I never noticed that before." and post them f…

Started by ColHarV

806 yesterday
Reply by guitarplayer

WHO said that?

A little twist to LINES from the SHOW: Let's take turns adding lines and letting folks respond by saying WHO said that and to WHOM it was s…

Started by ColHarV

1870 yesterday
Reply by Michael

Curious...Curious...

Another kitchen question,  I do believe the size of Andy's kitchen increased at some point in the show  When the bowling episode aired and…

Started by Susan Plesha

9 on Tuesday
Reply by Susan Plesha

Best Times

Everyday life in Mayberry was pretty fine--think we all agree on that.  But there were times when individual Mayberrians experienced great…

Started by Thelscuz

16 on Tuesday
Reply by Franklin Dickerson

FUN with the LINES from the SHOW

Let's put lines in and take turns finishing scenes by filling in the next line. After you answer one, leave one for the next person. Commen…

Started by ColHarV

709 on Monday
Reply by Susan Plesha

Rise Up you FRIENDLY TOWNSPEOPLE.

We have been very fortunate to have a great platform to enjoy with the iMayberry Community.   We did a upper job two years ago and raised e…

Started by ColHarV

10 on Monday
Reply by ColHarV

Barney Poster

I have had this metal poster for about twenty years and I have it setting on my wall in my garage but I can't for the life of me figure out…

Started by Franklin Dickerson

10 on Sunday
Reply by ColHarV

Barney's Theories - List them here!

Barney had theories on many things, thanks in part to all of his Learn-a-Month readings. Also he was an avaracious reader of the childish c…

Started by Mayor Pike

37 Mar 22
Reply by Mayor Pike

BEST LINES...GO!

Let's take turns adding a picture from an episode, and then name some of your favorite lines from the episode.  Let's let it run a while be…

Started by ColHarV

70 Mar 21
Reply by Dave Cline

Dance, Dance, Dance!

Dancing was a favorite activity for many of the Mayberry folks.  Sometimes The Dance became the focal point of the story.  Let's think abou…

Started by Thelscuz

37 Mar 20
Reply by Bernie Fife

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guitarplayer replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"maybe he gets away with it because his paws the sheriff"
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Michael replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"No, it was Opie explaining to Aunt Bee and Clara some of the songs about different towns…"
yesterday
MarkoFifo replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"Ol Ferdie?"
yesterday
guitarplayer replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"btw, Sharon deSpain was played by Peggy McCay"
yesterday
Mayor Pike replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"The Mayberry Prohibition ended with the black and white episodes."
yesterday
Michael replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"I also think it's funny in the second reunion episode when Aunt Bee is looking over the names…"
yesterday
Michael replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"you're right.  Now that you mention it Sharon DeSpain did look a lot like Thelma Lou."
yesterday
Michael replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"No.  I'll give a hint.  It was in the Keevy Hazelton episode."
yesterday
guitarplayer replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"no, the only actress I think looks like Thelma Lou is Sharon deSpain..."
Tuesday
Susan Plesha replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"Wow!  You must be a trained noticer!"
Tuesday
Susan Plesha replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"Was it Mr. Dave?"
Tuesday
Susan Plesha replied to Susan Plesha's discussion Curious...Curious...
"I just did a little research.  Tupperware was invented in 1946.  I never would've…"
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