You should see when the Mayberry Moments show is in your area and definitely go. She sings in that.
I want to take a trip to Mt. Airy one of these days soon. Do you know when they have the festivals there?
Mayberry Days is September 28 - 30th. You can go to http://tagsrwc.com/the_ebullet/mayberry-event-calendar/ and see all the events. As it pertains to Mayberry Days, you can go to mayberrydays.org.You should definitely go.
Just saw this one, In Luck of Newton Monroe when and goes over to the vent cover and asks Newton if the flue is open, Newton implies that it is not. If the flue was not open no smoke would come from the vent cover in that scene. Also after Andy stands up there is a visible flame from behind the vent cover, this could not happen either even if the flue had been open as the fire would have had to be huge and out of control, most likely burning down the court house.
That first "and" above should be Andy not and.
Just watched Family Visit for about the hundredth time and noticed that when Andy takes the whole crew for a drive, only one of Ollie and Nora's boys are in the car. Where is the other? Is Otis babysitting?
Just checked it out online at 8:01 you can see one son in between Andy and Ollie, in the back is the other son in a stripped shirt on the right side of Nora, Opie is sitting to the left of Aunt Bee so everyone is there.
EP: The Family Visit.
Andy and Ollie hear on the radio that 'three' members of the Felch brothers gang just escaped from prison.
Later at the courthouse he gets a call about their capture and says - caught 'both' of them? Then he calls Ollie and says - those 'two' escaped convicts are in the area.
EP: The Songfesters
Ever notice when Gomer and John Masters leave the building and then Gomer says he forgot his music and heads to go back into the building. He 'pulls' the door open a bit from the outside and sees Barney inside sadly singing.
When they cut back to Gomer peeking in he is now slightly 'pushing' the door open from the outside. That ain't no swinging door.
Good Eye, Bobby!
In Andy and the Lady Speeder when about half way through the show she tells Andy she appreciates his being so nice to her that she will just pay the fine and be on her way, she hands Andy $10. He tells her that if she recalls the fine is actually $25. Earlier as he was fining her the fines had totaled $50 not $25.