"I watched that episode last night and I still didn't catch it. Maybe too many distractions around the house. Emmett sure took that rejection well, that wasn't too nice of Howard, but hey it's his party."
"It's the necklace Al Becker's wife wore at Wilton Blair's funeral in 1960, and Barney didn't notice because he was distracted by his first glance at Thema Lou. No, really. I don't have a clue here. Not even a smidgen.
"I was shooting 22s with my two kids today and it got me to thinking of Uncle Ollie when he said he taught Andy how to shoot his first 22, but then I decided to watch Opie and the Carnival when they were shooting 22s. Then I noticed in Banjo Playing…"
"Yeah, that's it. Briscoe Declares for Aunt Bee. He changed his mind after the spoon-beatings.
"Miss Bee, your kisses are awful nice and highly valuable, but to be perfectly honest with you, they just aint worth the pain.""
"I doubt if it was deliberate but then I have no way of knowing.
Dang, my pc is broken or I was going to do one and I can't post pictures from my phone. It was gonna be a picture of a guy sitting at a table being wacked on the elbow with a big…"
"A coincidence about Amanda (the first girl to walk into Andy's house.) She played the voice of Beth Crane, a descendant of Ichabod Crane on an episode of the Scooby Doo show. She has a long list of voice characters and was all over the place…"
"In Keeper of the Flame when Andy and Barney are in the back room of the courthouse having coffee and Barney wants to interrogate Opie and he brags at being a good interrogator because he once got Otis to confess that he was drunk. Andy said Otis was…"
"Ha ha, I got lucky on that find. My wife was watching the show when I heard something and thought maybe it had some significant meaning, rewound it, and yup. Mayor Pike's quiz question! good one Mayor."
"I just found that scene and I don't remember ever seeing it before. Sure enough, yep there she is sitting there doing up someones finger nails. But I'd say even though she's not Barbera Eden, nature was still very good to her too. "