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Charlene Darling Wash (Character)
from "The Andy Griffith Show" (1960)

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"The Andy Griffith Show: The Darling Baby (#5.12)" (1964)
Briscoe Darling: [to Charlene, after Andy asks for her to sing] Well sing that love song that I like so well.
Charlene Darling Wash: Oh that one makes you cry, Pa!
Briscoe Darling: Well, I'll fight it!
[He does, however, end up crying during the song]

Briscoe Darling: [to Andy, suggesting the next song for them to sing] How 'bout, uh, "Will You Love Me When I'm Old and Ugly?"?
Charlene Darling Wash: [Protesting] Oh, no, Pa, that one makes the baby cry.


"The Andy Griffith Show: Divorce, Mountain Style (#4.25)" (1964)
Charlene Darling: [Telling Andy why she is divorcing Dud] Last Sunday, I caught him makin' eyes at Idell Bushey durin' preachin'. And I know what they do up there in the hills when they say they're possum huntin'. They're just sittin' around the campfire, drinkin' hard cider, hittin' each other on the shoulder and hollerin' 'flinch!'.

Briscoe Darling: [Agreeing with Andy to play another song] All right, uh, how 'bout "Boil Them Cabbage Down"!
Charlene Darling: [Protesting] Oh, no, Pa! That one makes me cry!
Briscoe Darling: Just try to control yourself...


"The Andy Griffith Show: Mountain Wedding (#3.31)" (1963)
Briscoe Darling: [as they're waiting for Ernest T to show up] Ya bring your stringin' instrument, Sheriff?
Sheriff Andy Taylor: Oh, I didn't think we'd have time for music.
Briscoe Darling: You got time to breathe, you got time for music. How many strings you used to?
Sheriff Andy Taylor: There are six on my guitar.
Briscoe Darling: Well, here's one with five. Just kinda let that thumb hang free and enjoy the music!
PFC Dudley A. 'Dud' Wash: Hey, how about playing "Never Hit Your Grandmaw With A Great Big Stick"?
Charlene Darling Wash: Aw, Dud, that makes me cry.