Saturday, November 17, beginning at 2 PM on Me-Too, fill up on White Castle's Thanksgiving Stuffing Marathon, featuring episodes of 'The Beverly Hillbillies,' 'Father Knows Best,' 'Family Ties' and 'Roseanne.' Me-Too can be found on WCIU-TV 26.4, Xfinity 247/358, RCN 22, WOW 171 and AT&T U-verse 48.
Saturday, November 17 - on Me-Too
Elly May makes a pet out of the Thanksgiving turkey Drysdale gives the family, making it impossible for "Herman" to be killed. And to celebrate in her own way, Mrs. Drysdale organizes a picture to represent the first Thanksgiving that includes two Native Americans are actors. When they head to the Clampetts mansion to get the turkey for the picture, Elly and Granny think they are being attacked.
The Clampetts head to the little town of Hooterville to spend Thanksgiving with the folks of Petticoat Junction and Green Acres. Jethro goes there as a big Hollywood producer to get some girls, and Granny is excited about seeing Sam Drucker. Drysdale is against this because he is in fear of losing his biggest account.
Kathy won first place in her class for her Thanksgiving poem. Jim's pride grows unrealistically. He is sure his daughter will be the next Shakespeare. Pride turns to disappointment when the Jim actually hears the prize winning poem.
To the dismay of the Keaton children and their equally conservative grandparents, Steven and Elyse take time out on Thanksgiving Day to attend an anti-nuke rally and wind up spending the holiday in jail.
On Thanksgiving Day, Jackie finally spills the news of her new job to her mother. The two of them end up the main event in a series of bickering and snickering that flows through the holiday feast. After everyone is finished eating and complaining about everyone else, Dan gets a huge shock when he finds his father romancing Crystal.
Thanksgiving brings four generations together to cope with a surprise announcement from Bev.
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