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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 for all to now be able to notice.

Post the Episode and the thing you noticed.  See my first post as an example.

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Nice Dud! Real nice!
My thoughts:In this scene the position Andy is sitting on the side of Opie's bed, the camara can't get in position for an up close shot, thus the use of the mirror.

im convinced the upper shot is a mirror image, the lower shot however, his hair appears parted on the correct side, and what is circled could be his pocket flap, if it is the badge, we still cant tell what side the badge is on from this shot...

In the episode "TV or not TV", Andy introduced Goober as Goober Beasley instead of Goober Pyle.

And Floyd was Floyd Colby in his first appearance, instead of Floyd Lawson.

I just recently saw something while watching a DVD set that I have had for years but never watched until now. At the end of the show Andy and Opie walk back down the road at the lake and they go away from the camera and they have a pretty good catch of fish. It seems to bring back a faint TV memory for me as a toddler in the mid sixties. On this DVD they also include the Post Toastie ads and corn flakes.

they also had sanka coffee commercials, but why anyone would want to drink decaffeinated coffee is beyond me and mine...

In A Black Day for Mayberry I am fairly certain that the big heavy gold truck can not stop in time to not bump into Andy's car - they cut the scene right before this happens! Watch the scene where Andy blocks the truck and let me know what you think.

I re-wound it a few times and it does look like that truck might have crashed into the side of Andy's patrol car but then it might have barley barely missed it by inches before coming to a stop, then they show Andy open the driver's door and get out and there was about tree feet of space between them.   Way to look- out Mayor Pike. Good eyes there.                      

I noticed a small one the other night:   Helen and Thelma Lou were coming out of the theater in 'Fun Girls' and the poster on the wall said: Gary Grant instead of Cary Grant.  Musta been some legality thing going on there.      

Mayor Pike and Franklin Dickerson...y'all are both official "trained-noticers!"

In Andy's Vacation Opie is nowhere to be seen and I also wonder how Andy got up to the lake.

Maybe Aunt Bee or Otis drove him up there. Haha

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