"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.…"
"What cornball accent? Seems to me like he talked just fine up until he started hangin' around that arshman that walked around in the trees. That feller was enough to make anybody start talkin' funny, what with the smoke comin' out of…"
After the wedding of Barney and Thelma Lou, Opie and Eunice discuss whether they should leave their crib behind when they move to Binghampton, NY. Aren't Thelma Lou and Barney past the chil-bearing years?See More
"Another mystery: When Andy and Helen moved to Cleveland due to Andy's new job as a postal inspector, did Helen find a new teaching job as well? In other words, did Helen stay home and learn to cook or did Andy eat frozen dinners for 20…"
"Did you "soak it," Big Jeff, like Andy recommended to Sarah? Apparently, that make everything all better.
As to the murderer and the victim, I don't have a clue either (HA! "Don't have a clue...get it? Huh?…"
"Old Doc Andrews took good care of you and fixed you right up. It was really the sugar pills that Emma Watts gave you. She had a hard time getting them. Someone is at the door and I know you hope it is not more chicken soup. Gomer says hey! Hey to…"