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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 what episodes the images came from.

The only one I can tell is where Barney has his fist up; I think he was interrogating Otis in that one. But the other ones I just don't know.  I used my computer and put numbers next to them. 

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This is a good one....It will give another excuse to watch TAGS...."as if needed an excuse!!!!!". 

My opinion is most look like publicity shots. Any with him looking directly into the camera would not be from the show itself.

Well, that explains it Mr Dave.

Publicity shots.     Matter o fact I googled it and found Barn on the cover of a TV guide.  But that still won't stop me from lookin out anyway through all the episodes.  :) 

Just for fun...let's pretend that #2 is from the episode where the ladies are outside the courthouse door protesting because Mr. Frisbee is being forced to move, Aunt Bee the Crusader, and Barney is saying, "We got a situation."
#5 might be where he is writing Deputy Bob Rodgers a ticket for parking in a police zone, in the episode, Barney's Replacement.
In #3, I picture him having just said, "I swallowed my gum." In the episode, Barney Gets His Man.

I picture that look on his face as the one where he looks at Andy after he tells him where Malcolm Merriweather just might be from.

"I picture that look on his face as the one where he looks at Andy after he tells him where Malcolm Merriweather just might be from."

That's just what I thought too Mr Dave, but when I went to that episode and checked it was close but it didn't match up and then I saw it on TV guide so yeah its a publicity shot.

#4 - now THAT's bullet maintenance.

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