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Reckless Driving
Tragedy results when an impatient traveling salesman speeds recklessly.
The Big Gambler
More than $100,000 has been embezzled from an industrial company. An investigation of the employees leads Friday and Gannon to a habitual gambler.
The Big Problem
Friday and Gannon are on a mission to bolster community relations when a young and slightly militant black man barricades himself in his apartment rather than submit to a traffic warrant.
Equal Rights
Lucy and Ethel demand equal rights for women. Okay, say Ricky and Fred at the restaurant: separate checks for the four of them. Thus begins Lucy and Ethel's careers as restaurant dishwashers. So they plot revenge: they'll scare their husbands by claiming to have been robbed.
Cousin Roy
The Clampetts are preparing for Cousin Roy to visit Beverly Hills. When Roy gets to the mansion, he sees Elly May, who he has a huge crush on, and performs a song about her for the Clampetts. But Roy’s main purpose for visiting is to sell his mom’s medicine, Big Momma’s Magic Mixture, and finds great success in doing it.
Bub Gets A Job
Bub sees an ad in a magazine for bored homemakers and he begins to think that he fits the description.
A Horse Named Nick
Beaver and Wally get jobs at the circus cleaning the animals and a promise to each be paid $10 dollars at the end of the week. However, the end of the week comes and there is no money in sight; instead, Beaver and Wally become the proud owners of a horse named Nicholas, which they hide in the garage.
Beaver's Hero
Beaver discovers that Ward was in WWII and brags to his classmates that Ward was a war hero. As usual, his classmates don't believe him and Beaver promises to bring in some momentos to prove it. However, at home, Beaver discovers that Ward was an engineer in the war and didn't actually fight in combat, thus leaving Beaver to take drastic measures so as not to look like a fool in front of his classmates.
The Case Of The Cheating Chancellor
Mason returns to his college alma mater to receive an award, but there's no rest for the weary when he's called upon to defend Van Fowler for the murder of a professor.
The Ex
Julie's in Baltimore defending a man accused of killing a newspaper editor who besmirched his name. Complicating matters is the prosecutor, who just happens to be Julie's ex-husband.
Dangerous Engagement
Bill and Harriet's wedding plans are interrupted by a sniper who mistakes Bill for Sheriff McComb.
The Choice
John wants to expand the mill and call it Walton and Sons, but Jason wants to study music
Robin Hood
"Victims won't testify against John Henry Jordan at his trial for robbing the stage. He's found innocent. Matt asks Vince a card sharp he reformed to clean out Jordan. Jordan rides off. Matt's going to follow, but Chester says Vince has been hurt bad."
"Yorky, a white boy who was brought up by Arapahoes, is victimized by horse thieves. Seeking revenge, he gets shot by Abe Brandt and his son who said that Yorky was trying to steal "their" horses."
A Visit To Upright
Complications arise when the Cartwrights purchase a broken-down saloon in Upright, Nevada, which they believe contains a fortune in hidden gold.
Sheer Terror
Mark and Milly are held prisoner in her general store when two gunmen attempt a daring robbery.
The Stand-in
Two prison wagon drivers stop at the McCain ranch looking for whiskey. Lucas turns them down because they are escorting Rudy Croft, a murderer who is to be hanged in Yuma.
The John Turnbull Story
"Bill and Charlie looking for horses help out an old friend John Turnbull (an Ute lawyer) defend his reservation against local land sharks who look to initiate a range war so the army will push the local residents off their land."
North Hollywood Division
Reed volunteers to write a profile on Malloy for the LAPD's magazine to honor his 10th anniversary on the force, but soon discovers he may be in over his head. Out on patrol, an apparent gas station armed robbery gets turned on its head when they question the parties after a long chase, a man goes to extreme lengths to get his neighbor's poodle to stop barking, a woman's plan to get her husband arrested backfires and a liquor store robbery suspect barricades himself inside a house's garage after a high-speed chase.
Taking It Easy
Reed gets stuck manning the front desk after spraining his wrist, where he must deal with a caller who claims to have planted a bomb at the station, a young man who wants to file a claim of police brutality and an elderly man who walks in with a shotgun. Meanwhile, Malloy is assigned a partner who is a first-day rookie, and they deal with three young children from Oklahoma who are abandoned by their mother, and engage in a high-speed pursuit that ends in a most unexpected way.
Here's Snow In Your Eyes
Trouble ensues when lodge delegates Fred and Barney attend a convention at a ski resort.
The Buffalo Convention
Wilma's talking bird is silent until lodge brothers Fred and Barney start planning a secret outing.
Bottoms Up
One of Margaret's nurses tries to hide her severe drinking problem, and Hawkeye is scorned after a practical joke he plays on Winchester backfires.
The Red/white Blues
Colonel Potter nearly blows his stack when his well-intentioned colleagues mollycoddle him in order to lower his blood pressure.
On Now
Andy And The New Mayor
Andy and the new mayor are not on the same page in terms of Andy's style of managing Mayberry's sheriff's department.
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Andy And Opie, Bachelors
Andy and Opie are left alone while Aunt Bee goes out of town. Peggy, Andy's new girlfriend, takes great delight in helping the boys handle things. Floyd warns Andy that Peggy is using her feminine wiles to "snare" him.
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The Short Voyage Home
Gomer plans to go home to Mayberry to help Goober out with the purchase of a gas station. Sgt. Carter rides the bus with Gomer to make sure he gets there safely.
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Getting Even With Haney
Tired of Doris' nagging about having to beat their laundry on a rock in the creek, Fred buys a Grabwell washing machine from Mr. Haney. The boat motor in a barrel goes berzerk, spraying water and clothes everywhere before chasing the Ziffels out their front door. Oliver is more than happy to take their case and stick it to Haney in the courtroom.
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A Klink, A Bomb And A Short Fuse
General Burkhalter wants Hogan to defuse a bomb that has landed in camp.
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Tanks For The Memory
Hogan is ordered to photograph and destroy a model for a radio-controlled tank that is being tested at camp.
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Guest Tim Conway
"Guest Tim Conway. Originally aired on 01/06/69."
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The Case Of The Borrowed Baby
A baby mysteriously appears in Mason's office along with a rare St. Christopher medal, which could help identify the baby's parents.
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The Hitch-hiker
Alone on a cross-country trip, a woman keeps seeing the same hitch-hiker everywhere she looks.
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Relative Value
A young man schemes to become the sole heir to his rich uncle's estate.
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The Right Price
A burglar bargains with his victim when he discovers robbery will not be very profitable.
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One For The Lady
After losing his P.I. license in the aftermath of a frame job, Mannix takes an odd case from a mysterious woman.
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The Predators
Frank Cannon believes that this time he has accepted a peaceful job. He must protect the bar of a friend, Millie Carroll, against robberies. However, suddenly he finds himself amid a complex love story.
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Nightmare In Hawaii (part 2)
In Hawaii, J.R. is framed for murder and thrown in jail by a vengeful cop.