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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.
When Andy discovers that Aunt Bee's globe-trotting millionaire cousin is actually a fast-talking hobo, he isn't sure how to tell Aunt Bee, Opie, and their friends, who were taken in by his too good to be true stories about his business ventures and adventures.
After getting sick with the flu, Andy reluctantly agrees to deputize Goober. However, it doesn't take very long before the authority goes to his head and ultimately drives the rest of the town crazy. As a result, Andy is unable to get any rest when Howard and the others come to see him for advice on how to stop Goober.
After watching a travelogue about island life with the Taylor's, Howard decides to quit his job and move to the Caribbean. However, after spending a little bit of time living the island life, he realizes it isn't for him and moves back to Mayberry.
Upon learning that Wally is planning on selling the filling station, Goober decides to give business ownership a try. After being told by the bank that he'll need some collateral to put down in order to buy the filling station, he turns to Andy and Emmett for a loan. However, once the deal is done, Goober starts to doubt whether he'll be a successful businessman.
When a television station from Siler City makes Aunt Bee to be the host of a local cooking show, Andy and Opie are thrilled about the fact that someone they know is going to be on television. However, when they realize what a lackluster cook Andy is, they suffer through their dinner meals in order to make Aunt Bee happy. Upon realizing what's going on, Aunt Bee decides to quit the show in order to stay home and cook for Andy and Opie.
After getting a job at the local drugstore, Opie accidentally breaks an expensive bottle of perfume. Fearing that Mr. Crawford will fire him if he finds out what happened, Opie enlists the help of Arnold to get a replacement bottle. However, Mr. Crawford does eventually find out what happened and Opie is quite surprised with how he takes the news.
When Barney overhear his supervisors are planning on holding an East-West Summit meeting in a welcoming small town, he readily volunteers the house of a wealthy Mayberry resident. However, when that fails to materialize, Andy reluctantly volunteers his house to help Barney out. However, upon arriving at Andy's house, things get awkward and when it seems that the meeting is destined for failure, the urge for a midnight snack saves the day.
After stumbling upon an old newspaper clipping that shows Helen was arrested for gun possession, gambling, and keeping company with a hoodlum, Andy decides to investigate Helen's past. When, thanks to local gossip, the school board learns of Andy's investigation, they decide to hold a special meeting where they plan to fire her. Luckily for Helen, Andy finds out the story behind the newspaper clipping and shares the story with the school board before going to drastic measures.
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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