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"A. Barney and Thelma Lou got married, and they lived happily-ever-after (assuming Thel mostly stayed out of Barney’s den).
2. Barney received a new watch every fifth job anniversary, engraved with TEN, FIFTEEN,…"
"Howard Sprague had a throat infection in "The Barbershop Quartet". He tried some throat spray and a myriad of other concoctions, but it still took about a week to get his voice back. And then he had that problem with his thumb..."
"He did get "that look" - especially 'cause she (I mean "I, Ralph Henderson", of course) was beginnin' to get to him.
He was such a suave fella...but this is from what I think was the first in Barn's long line…"
"Actually, Barney clarified this that the truck would be carrying ice cream bars.
"COLD! You’re COLD! I didn’t say gold, I said cold. Ignore what I just said about gold Juanita. I DID NOT SAY “GOLD”!""
What is your favorite episode of The Andy Griffith Show?
Can you share a short bio with us so that we can get to know you better?
I'm a retired high school English teacher. Love to read--mostly "histories and mysteries".
I collect quilts. Am the world's greatest Ray Charles fan. Love me some TAGS--the early years, mostly. Not many of the color episodes feel right.
What sort of hobbies or interests do you have?
Reading, collecting quilts and quilt-related items, playing with grandchildren and great-grandchildren, watching TAGS.
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You are so right about the "Englishers"--Maybe we like to transport ourselves to those special places only great literature (or t.v. scripts) can take us. I heard a rumor they went and did some episodes in color--that rumor needs to be nipped!