I, like most people on here consider myself to be a huge TAGS fan. Also, like most people on here I have watched show after show and season after season over and over again. However, it was not until…Continue
"Very good noticing! I see there are already a couple of responses and they look pretty legit to me, so I will try to be repetative.
I do remember the first barber as you mentioned, I think he did appear to a real barber, but like Larry…"
"Chris, I have also noticed the similarity between what Barney described and the happenings of the Taylor's in "Taylors in Hollywood.". It is even more interesting when you consider the two episodes had different writers. Like Otis,…"
"3. Barney's "Juanita" worked at the diner where all the truck drivers stopped. There were some rough types coming in there. In fact, some were so rough that Barney had to do a "safety check" or something…"
I, like most people on here consider myself to be a huge TAGS fan. Also, like most people on here I have watched show after show and season after season over and over again. However, it was not until last night that I realized that there where some things that I never caught before. Then questions came to mind. So, thought I would come on here and ask away.1. In "Stranger in town" : And why I have never noticed this before is beyond me. They have Floyd the Barber played by Walter Baldwin. Then…See More
"The first episode(The New Housekeeper) IMO is a great one to watch over and over again. To me, it was one of the best introductions of a new show ever. The acting was great and the writing was spot on. I laughed at every single episode of…"
"Hey Larry. I'm glad to brought up Floyd, I loved his character on the show. I have a question for you. Do you remember the name of the episode where Floyd pretends to be a rich man to impress a woman he met over some "pen pal" type of…"
"I don't know Keevy, IMO it was classic Barney. There where a few older episodes that I can think of, were Barney displayed the same characteristics you mentioned above as he did in "The Legend of Barney Fife". That's…"
"I love some of the colored ones. I'm just not a fan of the character Warren Ferguson. After season six, for me, is when the colored episodes got better. However, there where a few colored episodes in season six that I really enjoyed. " The…"
"Well, it depends on the chronology you use. As we found in "The Case of the Punch in the Nose," there can be discrepancies of nearly 20 years with these things. Knotts was about 63 and Betty Lynn was only a couple of years behind him at…"
"Well, thanks folks, for chiming in and, yeah, between the sugar pills, doctorin', soakin', and soup slurpin', I'm back on my feet for now. Although, at one point I did have to holler "Taters!" at the top of my lungs.…"