Have YOU ever NOTICED?

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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  • Have you ever noticed?

    Just for fun...It hit me while watching the episode "Quiet Sam"...Barney reminds Andy that he can't deliver a baby, because back in the Spring of 1938, in Ms. Webster's Biology Class...that Andy "flunked!"  He was dissecting a grasshopper and her "froze!"

    Now, since Biology is a class taught in 10th grade, and Andy graduated in 1945 (Class Reunion), that would mean Andy took the high school course in the 5th Grade.

     Makes ya think!  HAHA

    • Seems more and more like Barney should have given the continuity people a few lessons in noticing.

  • Have you ever noticed?   

    In the episode "Back to Nature", when Barney and Gomer are returning to camp...Gomer's hands are empty in two separate scenes. When he arrives back in camp, he is holding the snare they made. 😁

  • Have you ever noticed that the same actress that played the little old lady shoplifter, also played Annabelle Silby? Her name was Laurene Tuttle.

    • No I didn't Col, but that sure gives me an excuse to go and look! That's one of my favorite episodes. There's a sign near the back door of the store that says Be sure to feed the kitty, and there is a detective game among the items of stuff in the store where Asa was snoozing.  

  • What happened around here?

    Did everyone get fungus of the knee?

    • As Roger Hanover might say "That would not be so funny!"

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      • That was good for laugh,  thanks Mister Mayor!  

  • I'm not sure if this is in the right thread but I wonder where the actual bars to the Mayberry jail ended up.  I mean you can tear down buildings and scrape away an entire area and make it look unrecognizable,  but those bars looked and sounded like the real thing and they were heavy solid steel.  You'd think they would still be in existence somewhere. Maybe a collector has them or a museum.

    • Interesting thought.  And, I suddenly have a craving for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

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