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3 Jan. 1968
The Housekeeper
Mr. Drysdale talks the Clampetts into hiring a housekeeper. Unfortunately, the housekeeper that is hired is uninterested in doing housework.
10 Jan. 1968
The Diner
Jethro decides to turn his favorite thing eating into a job by getting the family involved in buying a diner. The family's choice of offerings lead to a lack of customers so Mr. Drysdale tries to fix things.
17 Jan. 1968
Topless Anyone?
Jethro worried that his diner the Hungry Gizzard has no customers, has a wonderful idea. He busts in on Mr. Drysdale trying to impress the wealthy Vanderpools announcing the restaurant is going topless. Confusion insues.
24 Jan. 1968
The Great Snow
Granny wants to leave sunny California because she misses the winter season sending Mr. Drysdale into a panic. The banker enlists Miss Jane in an elaborate scheme to convince the Clampetts that a blizzard has occurred.
31 Jan. 1968
The Rass'lin Clampetts
After Mrs. Drysdale complains to Granny they have a physical brawl. It leads to Jethro explaining to Jed and Granny about TV wrestling. While watching Granny thinks its real so she decides to rescue Rebecca, one of the performers.
7 Feb. 1968
The Great Tag-Team Match
The last televised wrestling match was such a success that the promoter wants a rematch. Granny isn't interested until Rebecca's "parents" visit.
21 Feb. 1968
Jethro Proposes
Granny is worried about Miss Jane's spinster hood and convinces Jethro to ask her to marry him. Granny assures him that she will decline the proposal but Hathaway accepts leading to panic in the Clampett household.
21 Feb. 1968
The Clampetts Fiddle Around
Jethro is on to his next big idea and wants to play the violin. Jed asks Miss Jane to find a teacher and she hires Stromboli, a famed classical virtuoso. But the Clampetts want fiddle music so they find someone else.
6 Mar. 1968
The Soap Opera
Granny confuses a soap opera with real life and decides her doctoring can save Dr. Rex Goodbody from a terminal illness.
13 Mar. 1968
Dog Days
Granny is on the warpath concerning the chaos caused by Ellie's critters and declares either they go or she does. Mr. Drysdale is equally irritated by the expense of his wife's poodle. Jed tries to find a solution.
20 Mar. 1968
The Crystal Gazers
Granny and Jethro believe they have psychic abilities but Granny's predictions start to not come true. With her reputation on the line she makes a stock pick for Mr. Drysdale that could cost him a small fortune.
27 Mar. 1968
From Rags to Riches
Mr. Drysdale wants to film a Super Banker commercial with the old Clampett cabin before they became wealthy. The shack's return has his wife unhappy and an accident has Granny preparing a brain transplant for Mr. Drysdale.
3 Apr. 1968
Cousin Roy
Cousin Roy from back home comes to visit and to open up a distribution point for Mother Myrtle's Tonic. Granny isn't very keen on any competition against her own tonic.
25 Sep. 1968
A Bundle for Britain
The Clampetts are concerned Mr. Drysdale is worrying too much about their money. When Jethro misunderstands and believes Britain's queen is broke, the family heads to their English castle to help her out.
2 Oct. 1968
Something for the Queen
Heading to England Jethro smuggles Ellie's turkey buzzard on the plane upsetting Mr. Drysdale and a fellow passenger. After landing they try to meet with the Queen to give her their 80 million dollars. Their butler Faversham tries to clear things up.
9 Oct. 1968
War of the Roses
The Clampetts fly to London to give the Queen the deed to Canada they purchased. Waiting for an appointment with the Queen they stay at Clampett castle, where Granny is thinks they are at war with a neighboring castle.
16 Oct. 1968
Coming Through the Rye
While in England, Jethro falls for a young lady, but the Clampetts thinks a man wearing the kilt is the girl that Jethro has fallen for.
23 Oct. 1968
The Ghost of Clampett Castle
In an attempt to get the Clampetts to move back to California, Mr. Drysdale tells Granny about the spirit of Lady Clementine. Her husband was murdered in the Clampett castle. Lady Clementine's ghost is going to return to seek revenge on the person who killed her husband; her little old grandmother.
31 Oct. 1968
Granny Goes to Hooterville
After the Clampetts return from London, Granny gets a letter from Hooterville asking her to help with Betty Jo Elliot's baby.
6 Nov. 1968
The Italian Cook
While Granny is away in Hooterville, Mr. Drysdale hires a gorgeous Italian cook who speaks no English.
13 Nov. 1968
The Great Cook-Off
Granny and the Italian chef compete to see who will cook for the family.
20 Nov. 1968
Bonnie, Flatt, and Scruggs
Jethro and Elly dress up in Bonnie and Clyde costumes and end up scaring Mr. Drysdale; to get back at them, Mr. Drysdale dresses up as a bank robber but gets caught.
27 Nov. 1968
The Thanksgiving Spirit
The Clampetts spend Thanksgiving in Hooterville.
4 Dec. 1968
The Courtship of Homer Noodleman
Mr. Drysdale casts Dash Riprock as Homer Noodleman, a potential new lover for Elly May.
11 Dec. 1968
The Hot Rod Truck
Jethro wants a new identity with replacement of their old truck with a modern hot rod. Granny wants to stay with the old truck. To prove how good the old truck is Granny races Jethro in his hot rod.
18 Dec. 1968
The Week Before Christmas
The Clampetts prepare to go to Hooterville for Christmas.
25 Dec. 1968
Christmas in Hooterville
The Clampetts return to Hooterville to celebrate Christmas. Mr. Drysdale, convinced that Mr. Clampett intends to move all of his money to Mr. Drucker's bank, drives to Hooterville to stop him.

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