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Who was funnier, Mayor Pike or Stoner? I say Stoner on the episode where the governor came to visit. Or what about Pike cutting down the tree for the "big time motion picture"?

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I like the conversation on the phone with Stoner and the governor after Barney ticketed the governor's car!  Yep, they were old buddies. That's S-T-O-N-E-R!

I think Mayor Stoner improved a lot in Mayberry Band, Loaded Goat, Bed Jacket, & Barney & the Governor (like Susan mentioned), but then he turned into a jerk again in Rafe Hollister Sings.  I guess I liked our little fat Mayor Pike better, though.

I thought Parley Baer did a very funny job playing a beaten down husband in Bewitched, where his wife was played by Sara Seegar from The Andy Griffith Show also.  Then he turned into a Mayor Stoner type when Endora put a spell on everybody to tell the truth.

I'm a Pike man. There was a another mayor of Mayberry mentioned in the series. Anyone know his name?

from my favorite episode " Opie's Charity ".........Mayor Jenkins............gave the eulogy at Tom Sewell's funeral .

Correct, good job, Larry. You win a dozen canning jars (don't over expect though, the lids are a little scratched.)

I was hoping for a bed jacket .

I like 'em both, but am partial to Mayor Pike. He had a better attitude overall...And although not a Mayberrian, I also cotton to Mayor Purdy over in Greendale.

My vote is for Mayor Pike.  He had the kind of voice that makes just about everything he said sound funny. And he just looks like politician without a clue.  Great typecasting.  Too bad Dick Elliot died so suddenly.  I think he would have gone on to become a long time cast member of the show.

According to Floyd, Pike was a "maybe-man" all the way.

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