Opie doesn't get along with Helen's visiting niece from West Virginia. Look For: Opie hiding his black eye.
Who in the world blackballed a nice guy like Howard Sprague from joining the Mayberry lodge with the great name of the Regal Order of the Golden Door to Good Fellowship?
Andy realizes that he should not have allowed a prisoner to join the Mayberry barbershop quartet, when the young man escapes. Look For: Floyd asking, 'What are you gonna do, Andy?'
Andy becomes the most despised person in Mayberry when he calls Opie out at home plate in a baseball game against arch rival Mt. Pilot. Factoid: This episode was written by Ron Howard's father, Rance. Ron often mentions this episode as his personal favorite.
Aunt Bee becomes the talk of the town when she starts wearing a blonde wig.
The Darlings make their final visit to Mayberry in order to find brides for the boys. Look For: Briscoe Darling's nickname for Goober
Thanks to Floyd and Aunt Bee, Goober is convinced that he is suffering from whiplash after being in a minor car collision.
The Taylor household may never be the same when Andy decides to support Howard for town council rather than Aunt Bee.
Helen is called on the carpet by the high school principal for producing a school play with disgraceful behavior by the student actors. Look For: Goober doing an impression of actor, Edward G. Robinson. Or is it Floyd?
Opie and Arnold find an abandoned infant on the courthouse steps. Guest Star: Oscar winner Jack Nicholson appears as the baby's father.
Mayberry is in an uproar when novice fisherman Howard Sprague catches an elusive silver carp nicknamed Old Sam.
Aunt Bee and Clara (Hope Summers) compete in a rose-growing competition. Look For: Aunt Bee and Clara singing the 'Sweetbriar Normal School' song.
When Andy is captured by two on-the-lam robbers, it's up to Howard and Otis to become his unlikely heroes.
After Goober grows a beard, he starts to believe that he is the smartest man in the world. Look For: Opie questioning Andy about American history.
When a young new doctor (William Christopher) replaces old Doc Bennett, many Mayberrians give him a rather chilly reception. Guest Star: William Christopher was a regular on Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.; M*A*S*H fans will recognize him as Father Mulcahy.
Floyd and Goober are among the investors in a questionable scheme to unearth a buried treasure. Guest Star: Roger Perry (as con man George Jones) who played Mr. Charles Parker in The Facts of Life.
Headaches, misunderstandings and stomach aches ensue when Goober confuses a couple of Andy's telephone messages. Are you ready for spaghetti? Factoid: This is George Lindsey's favorite episode.
While visiting Barney in Raleigh, Andy begins to suspect that a rash of supermarket robberies can be traced back to his former deputy's boarding house.
Back in Mayberry for a few days, Barney tries to rekindle an old flame who has become a big movie star.
Andy's former flame returns to Mayberry and becomes a temporary guest at the Taylors' home -- which doesn't go over well with Helen.
Aunt Bee joins Charlie Lee (Keye Luke) as co-owner of Mayberry's new Chinese restaurant.
Floyd raises the roof when new landlord Howard Sprague raises the barber's rent. Look For: Andy defending the men in town for loafing around the barber shop.
Mayberry decides to erect a statue of Andy's great-great grandfather, the town's greatest benefactor.
Helen's negotiations with a handsome book publisher inspire jealousy in Andy, who, in retaliation, takes up with another woman.
Opie becomes temporary caretaker of a Mayberry milkman's horse. Trouble occurs when the horse refuses to eat.
Opie discovers that football practice and piano lessons are competing for his attention. Guest Star: Mayberry's Junior High School teacher Mr. Jackson is played by Richard Bull, who would later appear as Nels Oleson in Little House on the Prairie.
When Howard Sprague personalizes his comedy material and appears on a live television program, he unintentionally offends his friends.
Howard volunteers to participate in a Big Brother program, but ends up spending most of his time with his little brother's bigger sister (Elizabeth MacRae).
Opie experiences difficulty when he tries to write an essay about his father.
Goober's Grab-bag for Cash contest goes awry when he mistakenly issues a bogus $200.00 prize-winning ticket. Guest Star: Rob Reiner (All in the Family's Meathead)