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"While pursuing Carl Martin, Josh is falsely accused of aiding in a jailbreak and the marshal's murder."
"Steve's old Chinese friend transfers to Los Angeles and happily renews his friendship with the Douglases. He confides in Steve and Charley that he is concerned about the man his daughter has married - an aparently aimless hippie with long hair."
"Uncle joe spreads a rumor of a silver strike has been found in the area as a scheme to get more people to stay at the shady rest, and dig his drainage ditch for free."
"Granny is cooking collard greens and fat back for the Spring Collard Festival, just as the Drysdales are planning to sell their house, to move into the house on the other side of the Clampetts. As the possible buyer, Pat Boone, is touring the house, he smells an unusual odor, which Mrs. Drysdale covers as orchid fertilizer. But Boone, who comes from Tennessee, knows it is collard greens and fat back and heads to the Clampetts."
"When Donna and Alex visit their friends who live on a farm (William Windom, Patricia Breslin), they find the couple longing for city life."
"Lucy and Ethel are all set to go into business when they buy a new dress shop. But what to call it? Ethelu's? Lucyeth's? Unfortunately, naming the shop isn't their only problem when they are unable to sell any dresses and must sell the shop."
"Beaver and Larry have been put in charge of the class cookie fund and are taking turns guarding the money. A new kid takes advantage of them and cons Beaver and Larry out of three dollars from the fund."
"An old friend of Beaver's, David Manning, invites him to a birthday party and Beaver promises to attend but as the week passes, Beaver forgets all about it. When the day arrives, June, Ward and Wally scramble to find the Beaver who is spending the day with Larry, wandering around town."
"Boone, arrested for the murder of a fur-trader is helped by Mingo to escape, and the two uncover a tight plot to conceal quite another murder."
"Small town junk dealer/mayoral candidate Mort Lynch gives college dropout Barry Davis a job because he was once close friends with Barry's uncle. Barry and Mort's relationship is uneasy and he's soon the number one suspect when someone bashes Mort's skull with a monkey wrench and it's found in Barry's car. Perry enters the case to defend Barry and discovers that the case hinges on a 20 year old counterfeiting scheme involving Barry's late uncle and a few "prominent" citizens in the town."
"A man dies in what appears to be an accident, but his estranged daughter is convinced that the story is not nearly so simple."
"A nuclear scientist becomes involved in an extortion plot when a gang threatens to set off a small nuclear weapon in Honolulu."
"William Talley, a gunfighter is hired by a farmer's coalition in Dodge to kill rancher Shaw Anderson, their main obstacle in taking over the land."
"When Candy receives an urgent letter from an old flame, requesting his help in the town of Butlerville, he and Joe ride out to see what they can do to help. Ben suggests that they look up his friend Cal Butler while they're in town, but Candy and Joe soon learn Cal has more to do with the problem than a possible solution."
"A newly hired ranch hand is suspected of being the famous outlaw joaquin murietta, supposedly dead in an ambush ten years before."
"The police go after a college student who has turned to murder."
"Reed thinks he's got a great deal lined up on a used boat, but Malloy's convinced there's something fishy going on. While on patrol, they search for a man who sold a stolen horse to a riding academy, use an informant's tip to investigate a suspicious restaurant parking lot attendant, and face an accusation of stealing a socialite's diamond ring during a burglary investigation."
"A drunk driver rams a parked car, trapping a child inside. Chet pesters John about his Native American heritage. A kid gets his finger stuck in a gumball machine. A woman's new girdle causes breathing difficulties. A worker's error leads to fuel being mixed with the water supply, causing explosive results. A sniper makes a scaffold rescue dangerous."
"The town of North Fork becomes a haven for outlaws when suave Ben Judson smooth-talks his way into the marshal's job."
"A veteran returns with tales of heroism and the fate of Milly's brother in the Civil War."
"After hearing that North Korean prisoners have been released in the area, everyone is upset when Margaret disappears. Colonel Flagg is called in to investigate, and bungles things in his usual manner. Finally Hot Lips returns, after helping in the birth of a Korean baby.
"Sidney Freedman, feeling depressed, visits the 4077th to observe how they fare under the pressures of war. He begins a letter to Sigmund Freud as a form of self-therapy, and releases his tension in the form of a practical joke with B.J., aimed at Frank Burns.
"A NASA satellite with a TV camera, accidentally lands on the island instead of the intended target: Mars."
"Gilligan has the winning ticket for a South American sweepstakes."
"Hogan's plan to blow up a rocket fuel factory boomerangs back at him."
"F Troop sets out to snare a wild stallion and is captured by the would-be captive."
"Rhoda is left to clean up the mess when Johnny's solo debut in the nightclub fizzles out."
"Rhoda urges Brenda to try therapy to help her get past her shyness."
"David Gurney wakes up to find that no one - his wife, his co-workers, his best friend, not even his own mother knows him. He is put in an asylum, but escapes and finds a picture of himself and his wife, proving who he is. When the police arrive, the picture has changed and only shows David by himself. He falls to the floor and wakes up in his bed. It was just a dream. His wife gets up and goes to the bathroom to remove some cream from her face. When she returns David is shocked to see that although she talks the same as always, she looks nothing like the wife he knows."
"A really weird courtroom confession scene highlights this episode about the murder of a race car driver."
"November 1932. Big-time gangster Joe Palakopolous is playing a dangerous game-- he just had his hitman rub out Danny Coogan, the biggest supplier of Canadian whiskey that Frank Nitti had. And Nitti's plenty sore. Coogan was the only guy who could import Canadian Gold for Nitti."
"Sandra Dee as a housewife tormented by psychic pleas for help from a friend."
"A doctor plans to wed a good-looking soloist in spite of warnings that her three ex-husbands all experienced brutal deaths."
"A young couple buy a run-down, old mansion surrounded with legends about the lack of mirrors and the deaths of many former tenants. On their first night in the house, they are frightened by strange visions, inexplicably intertwined with mirrors and glass."