Check out this site...THEN reply to add any UNSEEN characters you come across that might have been missed. LOoking for folks mentioned, but not seen on the show. Let's make an extensive list. Look and read here first: http://www.mayberry.info/history
The 60th anniversary of the debut is this Saturday, but TV Land is going to be celebrating with marathons starting next Monday. They'll also be showing some interviews with some of the stars. Good to see TAGS being celebrated this way, even after 6
I've been searching for years for a picture of one of Andy Griffith's restaurants and this photo from a newspaper advertisement is all I've been able to locate. Started in 1972, the chain specialized in fried chicken and barbecue and eventually had s
I'm pretty sure Barney says this in 3 episodes where he's gets so excited about something Andy is going to do for Opie and the boys. I remember for sure during Andy's "shot heard around the world speech" and forming the Mayberry Minutemen.
In this hilarious episode, the catalyst for the men believing that Wilbur Finch is a talent scout for Manhatten Showtime is the fact that "television is very important to him." However, nowhere in the episode that I can see do we ever find out the ac
In “Goober And The Art of Love”, Lydia Crosswaithe exclaims that her father “hates his job”. In real life, her father, Norman Lloyd, is still alive at the age of 105 and has had a long career as an actor, director, and producer. He was best friends w