This is a great episode, it's the one with three female convicts. But but but I'm still wondering about when Charles O'Malley (William Bouchey) returns on the bus from "DE-troit." Andy offers him a ride back to his place, and he accepts. If it weren
I'm noticing after seemingly endless shows from the pre-1964 era, cable subscribers are being treated to episodes not shown for eons, such as the second high school reunion and when Aunt Bea files a lost ring insurance claim. Shazam !
Coming up is the one about Aunt Bea learning to drive. I have always felt that there was a stand-in each time "she" was behind the wheel. And they used someone else who had the same build as her, could even be a man, and they also used the hat as a
This has come up before. Seems in almost every episode the mail slot is there in the door. I have tried to keep track, and in at least one show, the handyman, the slot is gone, and George, the mailman walks in and hands the mail to Andy. In another s
In two episodes there's an old Ford car, dull and unpolished, looks like a 1951. In a Malcolm Merriweather show, he rides up on his bike and the car is parked in Andy's driveway. In another, Barney is seen very briefly driving the car, parking it on