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Bud is in trouble when he is accused of causing damage to a neighbor's property.
Some important individuals some over to the Anderson's home. Betty realizes that Bud's sloppy environment is not well received. She teases Bud about his sloppy nature.
Favor gets caught between Lord Ashton, hunting the white buffalo and Buffalo Bob Driscoll. Ashton entrusts Woolsey, his valet, to Favor.
Caroline decides to stay home while Charles takes the girls on a trip, but this rare alone time is aggravated when a minor scratch on her leg flares into a major infection.
Charles and Caroline are thrilled to be expecting their fifth child, but Caroline causes anxiety for both herself and Charles by obsessing over the baby's gender. Determined to finally give her husband a son of his own, her behavior--which includes talking with a psychic traveling through Walnut Grove--actually creates more friction between the couple.
Craddock and Clay Forrester plot to steal the herd. Shelia Brewster is running away from her army fiancee.
Paladin must contend with other gunfighters as he tries to settle a right-of-way dispute between two railroads in a Colorado town that will die if they go elsewhere.
Paladin defends a schoolmistress who's being theatened for teaching about war crimes that took place during the Civil War.
Ben recalls his days at sea and how he met his first wife, Elizabeth, when Adam falls gravely ill.
When an old friend of Ben's comes to town testing out hot air baloons, no one knows what he is really up to. Things get even more complicated and confusing when the Major's daughter arrives.
Agent West raids a local warehouse in an attempt to apprehend a suspected opium gang member. As he struggles with the suspect, a new secret agent named Bosley Cranston rushes in and attempts to help. Unfortunately, he only makes matters worse, accidentally toppling a piano crate on the suspect and killing him. Cranston, however, is not the meek incompetent he appears and later surprises his colleagues with his karate skills and his popularity with beautiful women.
Agents West and Gordon have been investigating a series of explosions that have demolished several palatial homes. While they are guests of the wealthy Mr. Taney, they hear a high, whining sound. Suddenly the house begins to crumble and the agents escape in the nick of time to see a giant tuning fork radiating powerful sound waves. As they delve deeper into the case, they discover a letter to Mr. Taney from the Cyclops Insurance Company, urging him to take out a policy against further destructio
After gunman, Sam Kercher is killed by Matt, his 16-year old brother arrives to fight Matt.
At Fort Dodge, home of the third cavalry, Mrs. Mary Cullen tells the colonel, that the twelve year old they got from the Cheyenne ls her son Dennis. The indians took him when he was two years old.
Matt keeps Stella & Marcy from being slaves.
When we left the end of part 1: Matt was stopped by indians who wanted to team up with Matt and share food. Matt continues to help Marcy and Stella and finds her gone. Stella would rather go home on her own. Meanwhile, Cynthia and Britt help each other. Matt tells Stella to look for landmarks. Britt wants to leave slave trading behind. Cynthia and Britt try and leave to freedom. Blue Jacket is shot and lets Britt and Cynthia go. Later Cynthia is trapped, after spotting Matt, she stabs Britt and
After having killed a bank robber, Paladin is accused of having taken the stolen money. He visits the dead man's widow and tries to make amends.
Trying to locate the thieves who stole a jade chess set, Paladin ends up in a small Montana town where he becomes involved in a romance with a landlady's daughter.
Latka rescues a female cabbie, and has sex with her in the process.
Latka and Simka throw a party and decide the last to arrive will be the one that Simka must sleep with. Alex barely edges out Louie, in hilarious fashion. Simka goes to Alex's apartment to seduce him, but he refuses her advances. It seems Simka and Latka will have to divorce, but Jim points out that they can just marry again after divorcing.
In the first of a two-part story, Hogan and Le Beau hide in Klink's staff car as the commandant heads for a vacation in Paris, but it's no holiday for Hogan. He is out to free a lovely Underground agent who's been captured by the Gestapo. (1/2 hour)
This is the conclusion of a two-part story set in Paris. Hogan is still trying to free a French agent named Tiger, held by the Gestapo. Clever as ever, he enlists the aid of a fortune teller and a look-alike for Nazi Police Chief Heinrich Himmler to complete his mission.
In search of a "real person" for his Foster Furniture Polish, Mr. Foster thinks Aunt Bee has what it takes to make his t.v. commercials memorable.
Opie has to write an essay on the Battle of Mayberry for an essay contest. Everyone gives him their versions of the battle, including their own ancesters. When Opie and Andy go to the library to research the battle, they find out the REAL story was much less exciting than before believed....
Jane Wyman in "If I Should Die Before I Wake," the story of a woman being contacted by her long-dead child.
A hangman, a gallows and a grave are visions of a fate that may await people trapped by a hurricane.
A murder mystery about a woman who is getting psychic visions of the killings through the transplanted eyes of a victim.
A looming shadow, sitar music and a staring eye are apparitions connected to the murder of the woman Rhodes (Gary Collins) loved.