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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  • When Andy and Peggy go out to the fancy restaurant, she tells him that she's been to New Orleans..."you'd like it. It's like Paris in a lot of ways." He simply replies, "You've been over there, have you?" and she tells him after she finished school,  kind of confirming Barney's guess about her life. Even though he felt a little out of his league, you'd think he'd mention that he was in Paris, too, during the war. I had forgotten he was until I recently watched "Ellie comes to Town" and Andy mentioned it when he was sniffing the bottle of perfume from Paris.

    • Yes, and also in "A Feud is a Feud" Andy mentions how he learned to speak French during the war.


      • Where’s that continuity woman when you need her?!

  • Here's something I'd forgotten about and haven't seen in probly fifty years. Andy and Opie walking 'back up' the road.  Came from a set of DVDs that I have.8573578869?profile=RESIZE_930x

  • You have to be quicker than Barney’s fast draw on this one, but about one minute into Barney on the Rebound, right after Thelma Lou kisses him on the jaw, Barney turns to see Melissa driving up to park in the sheriff’s spot.  However, when the car is shown parking, Barney is talking to Thelma Lou again.  Then he’s shown watching Melissa again.  Curious, curious.

    • Two kinds of cops. . . The quick, and the dead!

  • For you color season aficionados, all 3 of you, here is one:

    In "Wyatt Earp Rides Again", it is stated that Warren is the arm wrestling champ, with a months supply of mint jelly to prove it. In "Eat Your Heart Out", Andy states that Goober is the arm wrestling champion. Both statements made in Season 6, no less.

  • While I was watching the episode "Barney's First Car" I noticed a few things. First, and a number of folks have noticed this, if this was Barney's first car, whose car was he driving in "Runaway Kid?"  I also noticed the license plate on his "new" car was DF 153. I had just so happened to have watched "Andy's English Valet" recently and remembered Mrs. Edwards car that Malcolm used to drive Andy to the courthouse was also DF 153.  As Andy told Barney, "there's foul play afoot here!"

  • Did anyone else notice this?

    When Thomas A. Moody was on the porch, being welcomed as the "Guest of Honor" he thanked the committee by shaking their hands.  Point:  He shook their RIGHT hands, and yet a few minutes later, the wrist watched of several of the guys were missing from their LEFT wrist (except for a couple of pocket watches.  


  • Did anyone else notice this?
    When Thomas A. Moody is on the porch as the “Guest of Honor” he thanks those on the porch and even a member of the audience with a handshake. Later they discover that their watches are missing.
    Now the question: Since he shook their RIGHT hands, and most of them had their watches on their LEFT wrist...(except for a couple of pocket watches) How did that happen?

    Just wondering!

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