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Down-home humor and an endearing cast of characters helped to make The Andy Griffith Show one of the most beloved comedies in the history of television. Introduced as a spinoff from The Danny Thomas Show in 1960, The Andy Griffith Show ran for eight seasons in prime time. Widower Andy Taylor divides his time between raising his young son, Opie, and his job as sheriff (and Justice of the Peace) of the sleepy North Carolina town, Mayberry. Andy and Opie live with Andy's Aunt Bee, who serves as a surrogate mother to both father and son. Andy's nervous cousin, Barney Fife, is his deputy sheriff whose utter incompetence is tolerated because Mayberry is virtually crime-free.
After Barney helps Opie make a slingshot, he accidently kills a mother bird with babies in its nest; despite Andy's warnings to be careful with it. As a result, Opie takes it upon himself to raise the baby birds until they're old enough to take care of themselves.
After Opie and his friend Arnold lose their baseball inside the supposedly haunted Rimshaw house, they rush to the courthouse for help in getting their ball back. When Barney and Gomer chicken out before climbing the steps into the house, they ask Andy to go back with them to retrieve the ball. Upon their return, they soon discover that a moonshiner used the history of the house as cover to keep his still there.
Ernest T. Bass arrives in Mayberry, intent on joining the Army, so he can get a uniform to impress the mountain girls who live near him. Knowing that Ernest T. wouldn't be a good fit for the Army, Andy gives the recruiting sergeant a warning about the quirky mountain man. At first the sergeant scoffs at Andy's warning, but soon sees what Andy means about him and tells Ernest T. to go home. Claiming that it's Andy's fault that he didn't get his uniform, Ernest T. vows to pay Andy back for being rejected by the Army.
A visiting minister is traveling through Mayberry. The message that he gives the congregation is to slow down and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. As a result, Andy and his friends and family decide to take the sermon to heart and plan to put on a concert in the park – that day. However, chaos soon ensues when the band's uniforms and the bandstand are falling apart and the band is severely out of tune. Ultimately, they realize what the minister was talking about and decide to call the concert off and take time to relax on their porch steps.
After being thrown out of the diner downtown, Andy invites Briscoe and his sons home for supper. However, when Briscoe mistakes Aunt Bee's hospitality for flirting, he declares his love for her and promptly proposes marriage. Despite Aunt Bee turning him down, Briscoe doesn't take no for an answer and ultimately kidnaps her. When Andy goes to the Darling's place up in the mountains, he and Aunt Bee come up with a scheme to convince Briscoe to let Aunt Bee go back home.
After Gomer loses his job and his room in the back of the Filling Station, Andy offers him the use of the guest room at his house. However, it doesn't take long for Gomer to wear out his welcome, resulting in Andy finding a way to get Wally to hire him back.
When Andy and Barney are told that a gold shipment is passing through Mayberry on the way to Fort Knox, Barney inadvertently spills the beans and as a result, everybody in town wants to know the specifics. As a result, when the armored truck arrives at the gas station, Barney makes a shocking discovery and as a result, goes on a brief, wild ride.
It's the time in the school year when Opie gets his report card. When Andy suggests that he buckles down and study his arithmetic more, Opie insists he has nothing to worry about, because Miss Crump likes him better than when the school year started. When the day arrives and he brings his report card home, Andy and Aunt Bee start making a big deal about Opie getting straight A's. However, Miss Crump unfortunately tells Opie that she made a mistake on his, and Opie has a hard time tell everyone the truth.
Thelma Lou's cousin is coming to visit for a few days. When Barney learns that Thelma Lou plans to cancel their date to the Chamber of Commerce dance because her cousin won't have a date, he reluctantly tries to get a date for her, but is unwilling to rope Andy into a commitment. He then schemes with Andy to pair Thelma Lou's cousin up with Gomer.
When Barney's landlady catches him cooking in his room, she gets fed up and kicks him out of his rented room. As a result, Barney decides to take up residence in the backroom at the courthouse. However, when Andy tries to help him get his room back, they are surprised when Mrs. Mendelbright announces that she found love with her new tenant and plans on leaving town with him. It doesn't take long for Barney to discover that her new beau is a swindler and has less than honorable intentions when it comes to his beloved landlady.
After Barney tickets Gomer for committing an illegal U-turn, he immediately performs the same act. Not wanting Barney to be held to a different standard than the other residents of town, Gomer promptly performs a citizen's arrest. Barney however, refuses to listen to reason, and as a result, he announces that he would rather resign from the Sheriff's office than face ridicule and pay the fine associated with his ticket. Upon hearing what Barney did, Gomer finds a way to get Barney to ask for his job back.
Opie befriends a new boy in town, who goes by the nickname Trey. When Barney and Andy discover that Trey's father has passed away, they go out of their way to make him feel welcome in town. However, this doesn't sit well with Opie, who in a fit of jealousy, tries to get Andy to stop spending so much time with his new friend.
When Aunt Bee learns that the local farmer whom she buys her eggs from is being evicted in order for the county to expand the highway through his property, she organizes a protest in an attempt to stop the county from foreclosing. However, with Opie's inadvertent help, Andy and Barney soon discover the reason why the farmer is so hesitant to move.
When Ernest T. Bass' plan to woo the girls that live near him in the mountains doesn't work out as he planned, he decides to come back to Mayberry, in an attempt to become a refined man. The way he goes about it however, involves quite a few rocks through windows. As a result, Andy and Barney take it upon themselves to teach Ernest T. some manners and then let him try things out at a party in town.
While busy trying to get some important work done, Andy and Barney get interrupted by Skippy and Daphne, the "fun girls" from Mt. Pilot. When Andy and Barney get caught by Helen and Thelma Lou in their attempt to make the girls leave, they furiously cancel their plans to go with the guys to an upcoming dance. However, refusing to go the dance stag, Barney decides he and Andy can take Skippy and Daphne instead.
After Aunt Bee starts lamenting about the amount of work she has to do around the house, Andy thinks of a way to help her out. When Malcolm Merriweather arrives back in town, Andy decides to hire him again so Aunt Bee can become a "lady of leisure." However, his plan soon backfires when Malcom becomes so efficient that Aunt Bee no longer feels needed. It is only after Malcom has a talk with Opie does he realize how much doing housework is what gives Aunt Bee purpose, and as a result, schemes to get her back on the job.
After seeing Andy and Helen share a kiss at the jewelry store, Barney gets it in his mind the pair will be getting engaged soon and as a result, spreads a rumor that their marriage is imminent.
After hearing a comment Barney made about their relationship that upset her, Thelma Lou decides to play a trick on him by making Gomer think she's sweet on him. As a result, Barney decides to end his relationship with her.
When Andy, Barney, and Gomer take Opie and his friends camping overnight, Barney naturally brags about what an expert outdoorsman he is. However, when it appears Opie gets lost, Barney takes Gomer out to search for him. However, it doesn't take long for Barney to get Gomer and himself lost, and as a result, Andy devises a way to lead the pair back to their campground.
Ron Howard(Opie Taylor)
Elinor Donahue(Ellie Walker)
Parley Baer(Mayor Stoner)
Jim Nabors(Gomer Pyle)
Andy Griffith(Andy Taylor)
Olan Soule(John Masters)
Bernard Fox(Malcolm Merriweather)
Howard Morris(Ernest T. Bass)
Don Knotts(Deputy Barney Fife)
Denver Pyle(Briscoe Darling)
George Lindsey(Goober Pyle)
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