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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Year: 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: Gomer Overcomes the Obstacle Course

25 September 1964
Gomer gets his first shot at the obstacle course.

Season 1, Episode 2: Guest in the Barracks

2 October 1964
Gomer helps a recruit smuggle his girlfriend into the barracks.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Lois Roberts ... Rosemary

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Joe E. Tata ... Joey (as Joey Tata)

Peter Hansen ... Lieutenant Colonel Van Pelt
Buck Young ... Sergeant Whipple

Robert Hogan ... Lieutenant Norris
Joe Corey ... Corporal (as Joseph Corey)
Richard Tyler ... Private Hemsley

Larry Hovis ... Larry (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Private Ralph Skunk

9 October 1964
While on a hike Gomer makes a friend, but when the friend decides to move into the barracks Sgt Carter wants him gone! but Gomer shows the Sgt what an asset this new friend is to the platoon.

Season 1, Episode 4: Captain Ironpants

16 October 1964
After tipping his hat instead of saluting female Captain "Iron Pants" Martin, Gomer is assigned special detail in her office to teach him a lesson, but it turns out that he is the teacher instead of the student as he reminds her that she is more then just a Marine.

Season 1, Episode 5: Gomer Learns a Bully

23 October 1964
A trouble maker transfers into the platoon and decides to make Pyle his patsy, Gomer tries to handle it with understanding and kindness - but soon learns that bullies need to be stood up against.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Brett Parker ... Harry Phillips

Joe E. Tata ... Joey (as Joey Tata)
Jerry Dexter ... Corporal Johnson
Jim Dawson ... Vern Williams
Richard Tyler ... Private Hemsley

Season 1, Episode 6: Pay Day

30 October 1964
After being bawled out by Sgt Carter for not working hard enough Gomer decides not accept his pay for that week which causes all sorts of troubles for Sgt Carter.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Robert Hogan ... Lieutenant Norris

John Lupton ... Captain Edwards
Buck Young ... Sergeant Whipple

Charles Lane ... General Richards
Richard Tyler ... Private Hemsley

Tom Hatten ... Captain Daniels
Ron Stokes ... Captain

Ross Elliott ... General Wells
Jerry Dexter ... Corporal

Season 1, Episode 7: Nobody Loves a Sergeant

6 November 1964
Sgt Carter tries to make Gomer dislike him before graduation, feeling that he hasn't done his job correctly if he isn't hated by ALL the recruits. Sgt Carter asks for a transfer to California, but things don't go quite as he expects.

Season 1, Episode 8: Gomer and the Dragon Lady

13 November 1964
While in town on pass Sgt Carter decides to play a joke on Gomer by setting him on a quest to get a kiss from "The Dragon Lady" but in order for it to work he will need Duke's help.

Season 1, Episode 9: Survival of the Fattest

20 November 1964
It's Survival Training for the platoon, for 5 days partners have to rough it. Thinking Gomer will bring down the rating for the platoon, Sgt Carter takes Pyle as his own partner. Carter soon learns that Gomer's small-town, backwoods upbringing turns out to be an asset

Season 1, Episode 10: A Date for the Colonel's Daughter

27 November 1964
The Colonel's daughter visits from her all-girls school and the Colonel asks Sgt Carter to find her an escort, so of course Gomer Pyle is the perfect choice - at least until her overly protective mother panics.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Karl Swenson ... Colonel Harper
Joan Tompkins ... Mrs. Harper
Suzanne Benoit ... Jane Harper

Tom Hatten ... Captain Murdock

Mark Slade ... Eddie
Michael Macready ... 1st Lieutenant
David Frankham ... 2nd Lieutenant
Vince Carroll ... 3rd Lieutenant

Wayne Rogers ... Captain

Season 1, Episode 11: They Shall Not Pass

4 December 1964
Sgt Carter's platoon takes part in war games, and Gomer's naive ways cause more problems than Sgt Carter can handle. Will Gomer's actions get Carter the boot?

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
John Stephenson ... Major Stone

Mark Slade ... Eddie
Forrest Compton ... Captain Brinson
Jerry Catron ... Lieutenant
Tommy Leonetti ... 1st Marine
Charles Walsh ... Borkowski
Peter Hale ... Sloan

Season 1, Episode 12: Sergeant Carter, Marine Baby Sitter

11 December 1964
Gomer and his fellow Marines are headed into town on day passes when one of them is stuck on guard duty. Gomer volunteers to help his buddy's wife take care of things for the baby - but Sgt Carter "volunteers" to drive them around leaving his date on hold.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Betty Conner ... Lois Meade
Laurie Mitchell ... Bernice

Mark Slade ... Eddie

Greg Mullavey ... Frank Meade (as Gregory Mullavy)
Richard Sinatra ... Corporal McCabe

Molly Dodd ... Nurse

Season 1, Episode 13: The Case of the Marine Bandit

18 December 1964
While hitching a ride to town Gomer stops to help a stranded motorist, she takes him into town to meet her mother. A robber is holding up liquor stores while wearing a Marine's uniform at the same time.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Don Penny ... Artie

Jackie Searl ... Clerk #1 (as Jack Searle)
Robert Whaley ... Clerk #2 (as Bert Whaley)

Kathie Browne ... Betty Ann

Ellen Corby ... Mother

Dick Wilson ... Clerk #3
Tommy Leonetti ... Driver
Douglas McCairn ... Policeman
Hallene Hill ... Mother

Season 1, Episode 14: Sergeant of the Week

25 December 1964
A mix-up leads Carter to believe Gomer's dying.

Season 1, Episode 15: Grandpa Pyle's Good Luck Charm

1 January 1965
Gomer's grandpa offers pointers on drilling a platoon.

Season 1, Episode 16: Dance, Marine, Dance

8 January 1965
Gomer's conned into signing a contract for dancing lessons.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Frank Maxwell ... Raymond Thomas

Sylvia Lewis ... Ginger Fay

Gavin MacLeod ... Fred Fay (as Gavin McLeod)

Season 1, Episode 17: Sergeant Carter's Farewell to His Troops

15 January 1965
Carter must decide whether or not to re-enlist.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Feuding Pyles

22 January 1965
Gomer makes friends with a hillbilly named Branch.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

James Hampton ... Branch Eversole (as Jim Hampton)

Larry Hovis ... Larry

Tom Hatten ... Captain
Buck Young ... Sgt. Whipple
Tommy Leonetti ... Cpl. Cuccinelli
Mike Killian ... Policeman (as Mike Kilian)

Season 1, Episode 19: Love Letters to the Sarge

29 January 1965
Carter receives anonymous love letters.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Larry Hovis ... Larry
Buck Young ... Sergeant Whipple
Elisabeth Fraser ... Salesgirl (as Elizabeth Fraser)

Jean Carson ... Shirley

Patty Regan ... Adelaide
Jackie Joseph ... Marilyn
Mary Lansing ... Librarian
Tommy Leonetti ... Cpl. Cuccinelli
Charles Thompson ... Old Man
Robert Buckingham ... Mail Caller

Season 1, Episode 20: Sergeant Carter Gets a Dear John Letter

5 February 1965
Carter asks Gomer to take his place on a date.

Season 1, Episode 21: Daughter of the Sarge

12 February 1965
Carter's adopted Korean daughter arrives-but she's not the little girl he remembers.

Season 1, Episode 22: Officer Candidate Gomer Pyle

19 February 1965
Carter tries for the Officer Candidate School.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Tommy Leonetti ... Nick

Larry Hovis ... Larry
Forrest Compton ... Lieutenant Colonel

Tom Hatten ... Captain Murdock
Jimmy Hayes ... Corporal
Lynn A. Aber ... Private (as Lynn Aber)

Season 1, Episode 23: Old Man Carter

26 February 1965
Gomer tries to collect money for Carter's birthday.

Season 1, Episode 24: Gomer Makes the Honor Guard

5 March 1965
Carter may have to use Gomer as an honor guard since he owns a blue dress uniform.

Season 1, Episode 25: My Buddy, the War Hero

12 March 1965
Carter and an old war buddy credit each other for being war heroes.

Season 1, Episode 26: Double Date with the Sarge

19 March 1965
Gomer decides to find a girl of his own after meeting Sergeant Carter's girlfriend.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Patty Regan ... Diane
Jeannine Burnier ... Dixie (as Jeanine Burnier)

Stanley Adams ... Man
Chanin Hale ... Hostess
Dick Winslow ... Waiter

Season 1, Episode 27: The Jet Set

26 March 1965
Duke talks Gomer into taking a jeep to the airport.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray

Byron Morrow ... Congressman

Karen Sharpe ... Patty Gillette
Tommy Leonetti ... Cpl. Cuccinelli

Larry Hovis ... Larry
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Cigar Clerk (as Arthur Gould Porter)
Penny Santon ... Italian Woman
Luciane Auclaire ... French Woman (as Lucianne Auclair)
Bruno Della Santina ... Italian Man

Season 1, Episode 28: Sergeant of the Guard

2 April 1965
Gomer is a look-out for burglars robbing the base.

Season 1, Episode 29: Gomer Dates a Movie Star

9 April 1965
Gomer's favorite actress visits the base.

Season 1, Episode 30: Gomer the M.P.

16 April 1965
Gomer gets assigned to MP duty.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: PFC Gomer Pyle

17 September 1965
Carter wants his men to pass a promotion test.

Season 2, Episode 2: Third Finger, Left Loaf

24 September 1965
Gomer holds a wedding ring for a friend and it appears to be lost when they spend a night baking bread.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Blind Date

1 October 1965
Sergeant Carter's date has a friend she doesn't want to leave alone so she tells the Sergeant that it's a double date or nothing. As a last resort the Sergeant invites Pyle.

Season 2, Episode 4: Home on the Range

8 October 1965
Gomer meets a family from N. Carolina who have encountered truck problems en route to Oregon so Gomer puts them up in a blasting range cabin untill he has time to fix their truck.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Dabbs Greer ... Harper Caldwell
Claudia Bryar ... Lottie Caldwell
Rory Stevens ... Jud Caldwell
Betsy Hale ... Laura Mae Caldwell

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray

Lee Krieger ... Reporter
Michael Hoffer ... Charlie
Ben Wong ... Larry
Steve Traxler ... Burt
Terry House ... Marty
Lynn A. Aber ... Eddie (as Lynn Aber)

Eddie Smith ... Private

Season 2, Episode 5: Gomer Un-Trains a Dog

15 October 1965
Gomer volunteers to train "Killer" a German Sheppard intended for sentry duty but turns Killer into a pussycat.

Season 2, Episode 6: Supply Sergeants Never Die

22 October 1965
When the supply Sgt is reluctant to go on vacation, Sgt Carter bets him any Knucklehead can take over his job. Of course, what bigger Knucklehead than Pyle to prove him right.

Season 2, Episode 7: Cat Overboard

29 October 1965
In the first of the 3 part sea maneuvers, Gomer sneaks a cat aboard a Navy ship, unaware there is sensitive Petty Chief Officer who throws all Contraband overboard.

Season 2, Episode 8: Gomer Captures a Submarine

5 November 1965
Part 2 of sea maneuvers has Pyle repeatedly goofing up Carter's mission.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Grudge Match

12 November 1965
Part 3 of Sea Maneuvers, has Carter challenging the Petty Chief Officer to a boxing match not knowing the Chief was the Fleet Champ with 37 knockouts.

Season 2, Episode 10: Gomer, the Star Witness

19 November 1965
While sitting in a restaurant, Gomer witnesses an automobile accident between Sergeant Carter and another driver. When in court Gomer takes the oath seriously to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

Season 2, Episode 11: A Visit from Cousin Goober

26 November 1965
When Gomer's cousin Goober shows up in the barracks and puts on one of Gomer's uniforms and then wanders the base, everyone see's the name Pyle on the uniform and thinks Gomer is loosing his mind.

Season 2, Episode 12: A Groom for Sergeant Carter's Sister

3 December 1965
Gomer starts dating Sergeant Carter's sister. Carter is determined to break them up.

Season 2, Episode 13: Gomer Minds His Sergeant's Car

10 December 1965
Carter assigns Pyle to drive his precious car back from the airport but the car is stolen immediately. Now Pyle has 24 hours to find it before Carter gets back and kills him.

Season 2, Episode 14: Gomer, the Peacemaker

17 December 1965
Gomer won't rest until he helps to reunite Sergeant Carter with Miss Bunny after they had a lovers spat.

Season 2, Episode 15: Gomer Pyle, P.O.W.

24 December 1965
Gomer and his platoon engage in "war games" against a rival unit and Pvt. Pyle ends up captured and a prisoner of war. How he copes with his pow status and manages to escape are worth seeing. One of season 2's funniest episodes.

Season 2, Episode 16: Gomer Pyle, Civilian

31 December 1965
Sergeant Carter orders Pyle to take a week long furlough but instead of going back home to Mayberry, Pyle takes a civilian job on base so he can remain close to the Sergeant.

Season 2, Episode 17: Gomer and the Beast

7 January 1966
Gomer's acts of kindness towards his new waitress friend is mistaken for romantic interest by her cruel Marine Sargent boyfriend.

Season 2, Episode 18: Grandma Pyle, Fortune Teller

14 January 1966
Grandma Pyle visits Gomer, reads his fortune and predicts Gomer will cause something bad to happen; then Sergeant Carter looses his voice while yelling at him.

Season 2, Episode 19: Arrivederci, Gomer

21 January 1966
Gomer accompanies his friend, Frankie to his home for the weekend. While there, Gomer sings a love song to Frankie's sister, who is engaged to a local fellow who is not in a rush to get married. Frankie and his mother use this as an opportunity to move the fellow to the altar.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter (credit only)

Ted Bessell ... Frankie

Gigi Perreau ... Rosa Lombardi
Eddie Guardino ... Leo (as Ed Guardino)
Paul Micale ... Papa Lombardi
A.G. Vitanza ... Uncle Julio
Lillian Adams ... Mama Lombardi

Season 2, Episode 20: Sergeant Carter Dates a Pyle

28 January 1966
Pyle wants Sgt. Carter to meet his cousin, Bridey at the Camp Dance. Carter declines until he and Cpl. Boyle spot Pyle out with a very attractive girl. They assume erroneously that the girl is Pyle's cousin. After that is explained, there is another case of mistaken identity that keep Carter and Boyle busy.

Season 2, Episode 21: Little Girl Blue

4 February 1966
A Colonel and his young daughter are visiting Camp Henderson. While befriending the little girl, Pyle has no problem getting her and himself in trouble with everyone.

Season 2, Episode 22: A Star Is Born

11 February 1966
Sgt. Carter is chosen to appear in a documentary but becomes an absurd camera hog, leaving producers no choice but to follow Gomer performing punishments Carter doles out.

Season 2, Episode 23: Gomer and the Phone Company

25 February 1966
After a pay phone spits out $41.75 in coins, Duke and Frankie are ecstatic about all the fun they can have spending it, but good Samaritan Gomer is determined to return it to the phone company.

Season 2, Episode 24: Duke Slater, Night Club Comic

4 March 1966
Great episode. Duke Slater wins amateur comedy night at the Jade Club. Duke's act is impressions, with his feature on Sgt. Carter the best part of his act. Against all common sense and his friends advice, Gomer invites Carter to Duke's encore performance.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Ted Bessell ... Frankie
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray
Milton Frome ... Night Club M.C.
Buck Young ... 1st Sergeant
Alan Dexter ... 2nd Sergeant
Richard Sinatra ... 3rd Sergeant
Jan Storey ... Alice Birkenfeld
Harris Nelson ... Seymour Fareeki
Janell Alden ... Exotic Dancer
Barbara Stuart ... Bunny

Eddie Paskey ... Audience member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Vacation in Las Vegas

11 March 1966
Gomer wins a trip for two to Las Vegas and takes Sergeant Carter with him. The Sergeant has no money so he has to rely on Gomer for entertainment but Gomer has set an itinerary which include things like visiting a Rock Museum.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle

Tristram Coffin ... Manager (as Tris Coffin)

Robert Arthur ... Guide
Frank J. Scannell ... Pit Boss (as Frank Scannell)

Ottola Nesmith ... Red Cross Lady
Felix Walking Wolf ... Indian Dancer

Joyce Jameson ... Irene

Leon Alton ... Gambler (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Gambler (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Gambler (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Dealer (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Man on Tour (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Dealer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Opie Joins the Marines

18 March 1966
Opie Taylor runs away from Mayberry to join the Marines.

Season 2, Episode 27: A Date with Miss Camp Henderson

25 March 1966
A bet between sergeants and Sergeant Carter's lies result in Gomer dating Miss Camp Henderson and taking her to Lookout Point.

Season 2, Episode 28: Gomer and the Father Figure

1 April 1966
Both Gomer and Sergeant Carter are conned by an old bum.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle

Ken Lynch ... Police Sergeant

Andy Davis ... Sailor (as Andrew Davis)
Carroll Lyn ... Waitress

Douglas Fowley ... C. B. Sinclair

Season 2, Episode 29: Desk Job for a Sergeant

8 April 1966
Sergeant Carter takes a temporary desk job writing training manuals and considers making it permanent when he sees the platoon does fine without him; so Gomer messes things up to bring the Sergeant back.

Season 2, Episode 30: Gomer, the Would-Be Hero

15 April 1966
Sergeant Carter is in a restaurant with a girl other than his girlfriend when he foils an armed robbery. The Sergeant doesn't want his girlfriend to know he was there with another woman so he pins the credit on Gomer.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Lies, Lies, Lies

14 September 1966
Gomer goes on a Hollywood bus tour, gets off the bus and meets a movie star who he spends the day with but no one believes him.

Season 3, Episode 2: Crazy Legs Gomer

21 September 1966
Competition between Sergeants leads to competition between platoons as Gomer runs a foot race for Sergeant Carter's platoon. Carter bets against Gomer.

Season 3, Episode 3: Gomer, the Carrier

28 September 1966
The entire platoon gets German Measles except Gomer, the carrier.

Season 3, Episode 4: Caution: Low Overhead

5 October 1966
Both Gomer and Sergeant Carter get swindled by a con-man selling faulty goods.

Season 3, Episode 5: Show Me the Way to Go Home

12 October 1966
Gomer helps a drunkard home twice and is accused of getting him drunk.

Season 3, Episode 6: How to Succeed in Farming Without Really Trying

19 October 1966
When Gomer takes up gardening, Sergeant Carter spikes a watermelon with liquor, the same watermelon Gomer gives to the Colonel.

Season 3, Episode 7: Gomer and the Little Men from Outer Space

26 October 1966
Gomer stumbles across a spaceship and little men in space suits. Not knowing they are part of a movie film crew he thinks they are aliens from outer space.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle

Stuart Nisbet ... Director (as Stu Nisbet)
Brett Dunham ... Assistant Director

Richard Bull ... Psychiatrist
Frank 'Red' Carpenter ... 1st Martian (as Frank Carpenter)

Johnny Silver ... 2nd Martian

Season 3, Episode 8: The Borrowed Car

2 November 1966
Gomer takes Sergeant Carters car to deliver charity items for Miss Bunny. The Sergeant reports the car stolen and Gomer wrecks it.

Season 3, Episode 9: Gomer Pyle, Super Chef

9 November 1966
Gomer works in the mess hall and makes a real mess of things. When a visiting Colonel eats there he gets a real surprise.

Season 3, Episode 10: Marry Me, Marry Me

16 November 1966
Gomer and Sergeant Carter find themselves engaged to the same married women.

Season 3, Episode 11: Cold Nose, Warm Heart

23 November 1966
Sergeant Carter feels neglected after getting Miss Bunny a puppy.

Season 3, Episode 12: Follow That Car

30 November 1966
Gomer and Sgt. Carter are robbed of $650 of radio equipment by 2 armed smugglers.

Season 3, Episode 13: It Takes Two to Tangle

14 December 1966
It appears that Miss Bunny is cheating on Sergeant Carter but appearances can be deceiving.

Season 3, Episode 14: Whither the Weather

21 December 1966
Gomers weather forecasts prove to be more accurate than the National Weather Service, that is until it matters most.

Season 3, Episode 15: Love's Old Sweet Song

28 December 1966
Sergeant Carter and Private Slater are both attracted to the same lounge singer but she is attracted to Gomer Pyle. Jim Neighbors sings "500 Miles Away From Home" to her.

Season 3, Episode 16: Gomer the Recruiter

4 January 1967
Gomer watches a recruiting booth for Sergeant Carter and recruits a man who just robbed a bank.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Arthur Batanides ... Fugitive
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray

George N. Neise ... Marine Officer (as George Neise)
Maxine Semon ... Woman Marine Sergeant
Barry O'Hara ... Policeman

Walter Mathews ... Truck Driver
Phil Arnold ... Newsboy
Scott Peters ... Man

Wayne Heffley ... Marine Sergeant
Wesley Jonathan Wolfe ... Drill Instructor
Michael Hoffer ... 1st Recruit
Bobby Nick ... 2nd Recruit

Rob Reiner ... 3rd Recruit
David Somerville ... 4th Recruit (as David-Troy)

Season 3, Episode 17: The Secret Life of Gomer Pyle

11 January 1967
Gomer doesn't appreciate it when he poses for fun pictures on the beach which are altered and appear in a mens magazine showing Gomer surrounded by women. The guys at camp think Gomer has a secret Sunday life.

Season 3, Episode 18: Go Blow Your Horn

18 January 1967
Sergeant Carter gets Gomer to try out for the U.S. Marine band. Gomer is accepted into the band as a tuba player but then declines the offer when he learns that he'd be separated from the Sergeant for a year.

Season 3, Episode 19: You Bet Your Won Ton

25 January 1967
In search of a place to host a going away party for a comrade, Gomer goes into a Chinese restaurant that is a front for a gambling operation.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

James Hong ... Mr. Wong
Frances Fong ... Mrs. Wong
Harold Fong ... Chester
Harry Hickox ... 1st Detective

Larry J. Blake ... 2nd Detective (as Larry Blake)

Victor Sen Yung ... Businessman

William Christopher ... Hummel
Eldon Quick ... Debus

William 'Billy' Benedict ... 1st Player (as William Benedict)
Jimmy Cross ... 2nd Player
Glenn Eckenroth ... 3rd Player (as Glen Eckenroth)

Spencer Chan ... Man

Season 3, Episode 20: Sue the Pants Off 'Em

1 February 1967
When a distracted Gomer Pyle almost walks in front of a car and falls backwards, an ambulance chasing attorney teams up with a phony doctor to try to sue the driver of the car, who turns out to be a Marine Major.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
John Stephenson ... Mr. Clark
Danny Dayton ... Clarence Quimby
Gary C. Smith ... Quarterback
Bernard West ... Wayne Henshaw (as Bernie West)

Jay Novello ... Dr. Purdy

Season 3, Episode 21: Gomer and the Card Shark

8 February 1967
Gomer finds himself caught in the middle between his buddies and a card shark. Gomer is used as a patsy so show that you can win and he wins big.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle

Allison McKay ... Waitress

Richard Crane ... Police Lieutenant
Art Lewis ... Charley
Darwin Joston ... 1st Man
Joel Price ... 2nd Man
Larry Barton ... 3rd Man

Buddy Lester ... Pete Evans

Hollis Irving ... Sheila Evans (as Holly Irving)

Season 3, Episode 22: To Re-enlist or Not to Re-enlist

15 February 1967
Sergeant Carter helps Gomer prepare for transition into civilian life by setting Gomer up with a job, a place to live and even a girlfriend, in hope that Gomer won't re-enlist.

Season 3, Episode 23: Lou-Ann Poovie Sings Again

22 February 1967
Sergeant Carter acts like a jerk when he and Private Slater are attracted to a lounge singer. Who does she choose? Gomer Pyle, USMC.

Season 3, Episode 24: Gomer, the Welsh Rarebit Fiend

1 March 1967
In folk tradition, Welsh rarebit is believed to cause nightmares. But when a new restaurant opens near the base and both Pyle and the sergeant indulge in the dish, it's sleepwalking that the simple meal of toast and cheese sauce induces in both men--sleepwalking, and changes in personality.

Season 3, Episode 25: Sing a Song of Papa

8 March 1967
Gomer wins an amateur nightclub contest singing "Oh My Papa". The club owner tries to intimidate Sergeant Carter into letting Gomer sing it again. Gomer does sing it again, this time in Italian for the club owners papa.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Anthony Caruso ... Nino

Ronnie Schell ... Duke
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle
Sammy Shore ... Joe
Milton Frome ... M.C.
Doreen D'Arcy ... Dancer
Bob Winters ... Juggler (as Bobby Winters)

Frank Puglia ... Papa

Calvin Brown ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Where There's a Will

15 March 1967
Sergeant Carter sends Gomer on a one week assignment to jump out of airplanes, as a way to get rid of him. When Gomer takes out a life insurance policy and names the sergeant as beneficiary, the sergeant feels guilty.

Season 3, Episode 27: Lost, the Colonel's Daughter

22 March 1967
Gomer is asked to take out Colonel Gray's daughter, Janice, because the colonel feels that Gomer is very safe. Gomer intends to take her to the movies but Janice, who has been attending an all women's college, has some very different ideas on how to spend an evening, which include going to a discotheque. Gomer winds up losing her and calls Sgt. Carter to help find her. Eventually they track her down to a wild party in Hollywood. Unfortunately, Janet's dress accidentally get's torn and they all are arrested for disturbing the peace. Now they must find a way to explain to the colonel what happened and try not to get into even hotter water.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray
Suzanne Benoit ... Janice Gray
Grace Albertson ... Mrs. Gray
Candice Howard ... Girl (as Candace Howard)

James Seay ... Police Lieutenant
William Boyett ... Policeman
Joseph V. Perry ... Waiter (as Joseph Perry)
Bella Bruck ... Elderly Lady

Rob Reiner ... Beatnik
Bruce Watson ... Partner
Diane Mountford ... Susan
Harold Arbeitman ... Mr. Buttons
The Factory ... Themselves
Lowell George ... Guitarist (as Lowell)
Warren S. Klein ... Guitarist (as Warren)
Martin F. Kibbee ... Bassist (as Martin)
Richie Hayward ... Drummer (as Rich)

Season 3, Episode 28: The Crow Ganef

29 March 1967
Gomer is suspected of stealing when he makes friends with a thieving crow.

Season 3, Episode 29: One of Our Shells Is Missing

5 April 1967
A live mortar shell goes missing. When Gomer goes off alone looking for it, everyone fears the worse when they hear a distant explosion.

Season 3, Episode 30: Lou-Ann Poovie Sings No More

12 April 1967
Lounge singer Lou-Ann Poovie gets fired from her job. Private Slater and Sergeant Carter try to get her music deals but Gomer tells her she can't sing. When she hears her own voice played back she quits singing and makes up with Gomer.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: A Visit from Aunt Bee

8 September 1967
When Aunt Bee visits the base, she becomes very distraught by Sgt. Carter's treatment of Gomer.

Season 4, Episode 2: The Recruiting Poster

15 September 1967
An artist comes to Camp Henderson to choose a marine to paint for a recruitment poster. Sergeants Hacker and Carter vie for her eye and in the end she paints Gomer with Sergeant Carter's eye.

Season 4, Episode 3: Corporal Carol

22 September 1967
Carol Burnett co-stars as Corporal Carol who puts the moves on Gomer endangering his relationship with his girlfriend Lou-Ann Poovie.

Season 4, Episode 4: A Leader of Men

29 September 1967
A visiting congressman from Gomers home area wants him promoted to Corporal but Gomer knows it's not for him.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle

Allan Melvin ... Sgt. Charley Hacker
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray

Parley Baer ... Judson Travers

Jeff Morrow ... Brigadier General Dawson
Donald Buka ... Captain Courtney
Terry Phillips ... Lieutenant Burke
Jerry Rhoads ... Captain Myers

Season 4, Episode 5: Gomer, the Beautiful Dreamer

6 October 1967
Whenever Gomer has the same dream three times it comes true.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Great Talent Hunt

13 October 1967
Sergeants Hacker & Carter put up singers to represent their platoons in a talent contest and then try to sabotage the others entries. Gomer sings.

Season 4, Episode 7: Gomer Says 'Hey' to the President

20 October 1967
While taking a tour of the White House Gomer gets separated from the tour group and wanders into the oval office.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle

William Christopher ... Lester Hummel

Herb Vigran ... First Tour Guide
George Zateslo ... Joey
James O'Hara ... Hotel Clerk
Dennis Pepper ... Bellboy
Doug Dudley ... Second Tour Guide
Sam Green ... Manager
Kay Elliot ... Cleaning Lady
Kelly Fitzpatrick ... First Agent

Gregg Palmer ... Second Agent
David Carlile ... Third Agent

Allison Hayes ... Rose Pilchek

Season 4, Episode 8: A Child Shall Lead Them

27 October 1967
Gomer Pyle and Sergeant Carter are conned by a little boy pretending to be lost. Filmed on location in Washington, D.C.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Show Must Go On

3 November 1967
Gomer overcomes obstacles to perform a brilliant vocal rendition of "The Impossible Dream."

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

James Sikking ... Colonel Richardson
John Gibson ... Guard

Marcia Mae Jones ... Waitress
Hal K. Dawson ... Stage Doorman
Edward Smith ... Cab Driver

Roland Winters ... Dan Merrill
United States Marine Band ... Themselves (as The United States Marine Band)

Season 4, Episode 10: The Better Man

10 November 1967
Lou-Ann Poovie must decide between ex boyfriend Monroe or Gomer when her father butts in. Her dad thinks Gomer is a wimp until Gomer stands up for himself declaring his love for Lou-Ann.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Tol Avery ... J. Randolph Poovie
Med Flory ... Monroe Efford (as Med Florey)

Elizabeth MacRae ... Lou-Ann Poovie

Season 4, Episode 11: To Watch a Thief

17 November 1967
Gomer thinks Sergeant Carter stole a watch and Gomer reports it to the base Chaplain.

Season 4, Episode 12: The Prize Boat

24 November 1967
Gomer enters a jingle writing contest and wins a free boat that turns out to be anything but free.

Season 4, Episode 13: Friendly Freddy Strikes Again

1 December 1967
Friendly Freddy who sells fake goods accidentally sells Gomer a real ring and tries to break-up the relationship between Lou-Ann and Gomer to get the ring back.

Season 4, Episode 14: Change Partners

8 December 1967
Sergeant Carter and Miss Bunny break-up when Gomer and Lou-Ann tag along on a date. Then Gomer dates Miss Bunny and Lou-Ann dates the Sergeant in attempts to re-unite them with each other.

Season 4, Episode 15: Wild Bull of the Pampas

15 December 1967
Manuel Cortez comes to America to observe the Marine Corps in action to help him learn about the U.S. military and to help his country's armed forces.

Season 4, Episode 16: Gomer, the Good Samaritan

22 December 1967
Gomer is assigned the responsibility of driving a General from Los Angeles to Camp Henderson but keeps getting sidelined helping people out.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Roy Stuart ... Corporal Boyle
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray
A.G. Vitanza ... Gino

Argentina Brunetti ... Cara

Don Haggerty ... General Prescott
Madge Blake ... Woman
Eddie Carroll ... Gas Station Attendant
Barbara Perry ... Den Mother

Robert Anderson ... Doorman (as Bob Anderson)
Al Lanti ... Cab Driver
Jerry Harper ... Photographer

Season 4, Episode 17: Gomer, the Privileged Character

29 December 1967
Gomer (Jim Nabors) is ordered to sing again and wears himself out as he insists on pulling his own weight by doing his daily chores at night.

Season 4, Episode 18: Gomer Goes Home

5 January 1968
Gomer spends a week in Mayberry but finds everyone away on vacation so he spends his time working in the filling station and spoiling crime.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

James Seay ... Captain Rogers

Dennis Fimple ... Virgil

Burt Mustin ... Mr. Ferguson
Arthur Batanides ... Bronson
Lewis Charles ... Kaylor
Mary Young ... Mrs. Petrie

Frances Bavier ... Aunt Bee (uncredited)

Andy Griffith ... Andy Taylor (also archive footage) (uncredited)

Ron Howard ... Opie Taylor (uncredited)

George Lindsey ... Goober Pyle (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: A Dog Is a Dog Is a Dog

12 January 1968
Sergeant Carter and Private Pyle are asked to sit for a Colonels dog which runs off. In an attempt to find it they round up three wrong dogs.

Season 4, Episode 20: Luv Finds Gomer Pyle

19 January 1968
Gomer helps a teenager out by buying her a soda when she doesn't have any money and then she keeps showing up during Gomers dates with Lou-Ann.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Joy Ellison ... Molly Peters
Mary Anne Durkin ... Jill

Allison McKay ... Waitress
Constance Ball ... Alice (as Mary Ball)
Diane Farrell ... Barbara
Mark Mack ... Boy

Scott Edmund Lane ... Paul (as Scott Lane)

Elizabeth MacRae ... Lou-Ann Poovie

Season 4, Episode 21: Gomer and the Queen of Burlesque

2 February 1968
Sergeant Hacker sets Gomer up with a burlesque dancer as a joke telling him that she's a school teacher from out of town. Gomer wins her over with his charm and when he finds out the truth he accepts her for who she is.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter (credit only)

Allan Melvin ... Sgt. Charley Hacker

Ernest Sarracino ... Father Ortega (as Ernest Saracino)
Victor Brandt ... Corporal Jensen
Jimmy Cross ... Bernie
Phil Arnold ... Man
Buddy Lewis ... Panhandler

Murray Alper ... Doorman
Elfie Furst ... Waitress

Fay Spain ... Lila St. Clair

Season 4, Episode 22: The Carriage Waits

9 February 1968
A baby buggy is accidentally sent to Gomer and he ends up apprehended for shoplifting when he tries to return it to the department store that sent.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Jackie Joseph ... Miss Beckett

William Christopher ... Lester Hummel
Cully Richards ... Leonard

Olan Soule ... Mr. Wellman

Fay DeWitt ... Miss Foster
George Petrarca ... Mr. Johnson
George Spencer ... Joey

Mary Treen ... Woman #1

Molly Dodd ... Woman #2
Yvonne Lime ... Mrs. Peale

Marvin Kaplan ... Mr. Kendall

Season 4, Episode 23: Sergeant Iago

16 February 1968
Lou-Ann has a new boss and has to work late during his first week doing inventory. Sergeant Carter leads Gomer to think she's cheating on him.

Season 4, Episode 24: Goodbye, Dolly

23 February 1968
Gomer buys Dolly, an old horse, to save it from the glue factory, without taking into consideration the question of 'how you hide a horse on a marine base?'

Season 4, Episode 25: The Price of Tomatoes

1 March 1968
Sgt Carter tries to evict a tomato farmer from secluded base property, but he has the legal right to be there.

Season 4, Episode 26: Chef for a Day

8 March 1968
Sergeant Carter finally gets Gomer transferred out, to Sergeant Hackers squad. Then Hacker and Carter make a wager with Gomer going to the loser. Sergeant Carter throws the contest to get Gomer Pyle back.

Season 4, Episode 27: Gomer and the Night Club Comic

22 March 1968
Gomer befriends a night club comedian played by Jerry Van Dyke and helps him gain confidence.

Season 4, Episode 28: Love and Goulash

29 March 1968
Gomer tells the story of Romeo and Juliette to bring two feuding Hungarian families together whose children are dating against their wishes.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter (credit only)
Lillian Adams ... Mama Kovach

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Papa Kovach (as Oscar Beregi)
Burt Taylor ... Leo Kovach
Rozsika Halmos ... Mama Szabo
Charles H. Radilak ... Papa Szabo (as Charles H. Radilac)
Janos Czingula ... Paul

Otto Waldis ... Mr. Zimmerman

Donna Loren ... Anna

Season 4, Episode 29: And Baby Makes Three

5 April 1968
Gomer brings a baby on base when the parents he is babysitting for get delayed.

Season 4, Episode 30: Friendly Freddy, the Gentleman's Tailor

12 April 1968
Gomer and the Sergeant are swindled again by Friendly Freddy, this time buying defective suits.

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Car for Sale

27 September 1968
Sergeant Hacker siphons gas out of Sergeant Carters car so Carter thinks that the car is getting poor mileage and sells it to Hacker for a song.

Season 5, Episode 2: Corporal Duke

4 October 1968
Duke Slater comes back as a Corporal to run the platoon in Sergeant Carter's absence. The men see Slater as a buddy and take advantage of his kindness. Gomer rallies the troops to show Duke respect.

Season 5, Episode 3: The Booty Prize

11 October 1968
The 'Booty Prize' is an actual lead boot awarded to platoons to embarrass them for mistakes made. Gomer and Sergeants Carter and Hacker all get their foot stuck in it.

Season 5, Episode 4: The Return of Monroe

18 October 1968
Lou-Ann's old boyfriend, Monroe, returns again. Monroe tells Gomer a lie, that he is going to marry Lou-Ann and it breaks Gomers heart but lies can't stop true love.

Season 5, Episode 5: Just Move Your Lips, Sergeant

25 October 1968
Sergeant Carter forms a mens choir to be part of a movie but the Sergeants singing is terrible so he's told "just move your lips, Sergeant."

Season 5, Episode 6: All You Need Is One Good Break

8 November 1968
A beautiful stuntwoman defends herself against two thugs while being escorted by Gomer and Sgt. Carter, and they get the credit for protecting her.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke Slater
Judith Brown ... Linda Farrell (as Judy Brown)

Ken Lynch ... Policeman
George Fenneman ... David Farnum

Paul Bryar ... Studio Guard
George Sawaya ... Hoodlum #1
Fred Stromsoe ... Hoodlum #2
Michelle Cochran ... Girl #1 (as Michelle Cochrane)
Sandy Freeman ... Girl #2
Sharyn Hillyer ... Girl #3 (as Sharon Hillyer)

Season 5, Episode 7: A Marriage of Convenience

15 November 1968
While Company D is in Hollywood to film a movie, a movie starlet with an expired Visa who is facing deportation first proposes marriage to Gomer who says no and then to Sergeant Carter who says yes.

Season 5, Episode 8: A Star Is Not Born

22 November 1968
Sergeant Carter and his platoon are cast in a Marine movie. While Gomer sings, Carter cannot deliver his lines correctly, leading to a different role.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Sheldon Leonard ... Norman Miles
Hamilton Camp ... Assistant Director
Chanin Hale ... Gloria

Tommy Farrell ... Assistant Cameraman

Jamie Farr ... Effects Man
Steve Cory ... Bellhop

Barry Williams ... Boy #1
John Todd Roberts ... Boy #2 (as Todd Roberts)

Season 5, Episode 9: Come Blow Your Top

29 November 1968
Sergeant Hacker bets Sergeant Carter $50 that Carter can't go 24 hours without losing his temper. Then Hacker tries to sabotage Carter.

Season 5, Episode 10: A Little Chicken Soup Wouldn't Hurt

6 December 1968
Gomer meets an elderly lady whose son is trying to retire her but all she wants to do is cook and take care of others.

Season 5, Episode 11: Gomer, the Perfect M.P.

13 December 1968
Sergeant Carter puts Gomer on guard duty and orders him not to let anyone enter the base without identification, no exceptions. Then Gomer refuses the sergeant entry when Carter comes back for his forgotten wallet.

Season 5, Episode 12: The Wild Bull Returns

20 December 1968
General Cortez returns to Camp Henderson and challenges Sergeant Carter for the affections of Miss Bunny.

Season 5, Episode 13: Hit and Write

27 December 1968
Sergeant Carter hits a new car while parking and slightly scratches it. Gomer insists that the Sergeant leave a note. Then the new car turns up with a badly crashed fender which Carter is blamed for.

Season 5, Episode 14: Two on the Bench

3 January 1969
Sergeant Carter has trouble finding a ticket for a big football game but Gomer gets them bench passes from a player on the team that Gomer knew from Mayberry.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter
Glen Ash ... Moose Lewis (as Glenn Ash)

Paul Bryar ... Guard
Jerry Hausner ... Doc Barnes
George McKelvey ... Joey
James Beach ... Peters
Renny Roker ... Eddy
Scott Perry ... George
Byron Bradley ... Max
Arthur Batanides ... Ziggy

Season 5, Episode 15: A Tattoo for Gomer

10 January 1969
Duke draws on Gomers arm. Lou-Ann thinks it's a real tattoo; she hates it but doesn't tell Gomer thinking it's too late. Gomer hates it but goes to make it permanent thinking Lou-Ann likes it. She finds out just in time to stop him.

Season 5, Episode 16: Win-A-Date

17 January 1969
Sergeant Carter goes on a dating game, Gomer ends up pulled into the show as contestant #3 and wins. Both Miss Bunny and Lou-Ann are upset that their men went on a dating show.

Season 5, Episode 17: Marriage, Sgt. Carter Style

24 January 1969
Sergeant Carter tries to get Gomer to marry Lou-Ann instead of re-enlisting.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke Slater
Barbara Stuart ... Bunny

Don Diamond ... Travel Agent
Bobo Lewis ... Saleswoman

Alvin Hammer ... Jeweler
Frank Alesia ... PFC Martin
Bill Mullikin ... Tuxedo Salesman
Gary Smith ... PFC Johnson

Season 5, Episode 18: To Save a Life

31 January 1969
Sergeant Carter saves Gomer from a live grenade that Gomer dropped during exercises and Gomer becomes a pest repaying the sergeant for the deed so Carter sets it up for Gomer to save his life. This is an obvious Mayberry rewrite.

Season 5, Episode 19: Dynamite Diner

7 February 1969
Gomer and Lou-Ann find a diner closed without customers and try to help them build business but the only thing the restaurant owners are interested in is robbing the bank next door through the basement wall.

Season 5, Episode 20: Freddy's Friendly Computer

14 February 1969
Fast Freddie is in the computer dating service although he doesn't have a computer. He sets Gomer up with a date.

Season 5, Episode 21: Gomer Maneuvers

21 February 1969
The Marines send Carter's and Hacker's platoons to maneuvers. Hacker tricks Gomer into giving the location of Carter's tents, so they have to move in the middle of the night. Carter accidentally raids a girl scout camp, due to faulty information from Pyle. Carter sends Pyle back to the base. Pyle is captured by Hacker, and then escapes. Pyle visits the girl scouts, Hacker's platoon raids. Carter platoon right behind them, capturing Hacker platoon. Hacker back at the base, pays the $50 lost the bet. A surprise twist at the end leaves Gomer smiling, and both Sargeants disappointed.

Season 5, Episode 22: Gomer Tends a Sick Cat

28 February 1969
Miss Bunny has a sick cat but Gomer thinks the Sergeant is sick and dying. Gomer consults with Miss Bunny and then treats the Sergeant to warm milk and a ball with a bell.

Season 5, Episode 23: I'm Always Chasing Gomers

7 March 1969
Gomer gets stuck on Sergeant Carter's plane to Wichita without Carter knowing it; and then Carter keeps seeing Gomer everywhere he looks.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke Slater

Kathleen Freeman ... Mom
Candice Howard ... Stewardess (as Candace Howard)
Barry O'Hara ... Taxi Driver

Ottola Nesmith ... Old Lady
Dick Delmar ... Marine Passerby (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: The Short Voyage Home

14 March 1969
Gomer heads home with $1,600 to buy a gas station with his cousin Goober. Worried about pickpockets and con artists, Sergeant Carter goes with him.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Ellen Corby ... Mother
Jim Begg ... Chester

Jay Novello ... Sam Wiggins

Maudie Prickett ... Miss Paisley

Olan Soule ... Man #2
Frank Gerstle ... Plainclothes Man
Joseph Mell ... Taxi Driver (as Joe Mell)
Ray Kellogg ... Bus Driver
Don Kennedy ... Policeman

Orville Sherman ... Sheriff
Elmer Modling ... Man #1 (as Elmer Modlin)

Season 5, Episode 25: Proxy Poppas

21 March 1969
Gomer and Sergeant Carter help a fellow marine who's wife is having a baby.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke

Warren Berlinger ... Tony
Jackie Joseph ... Rosemary

Jim B. Smith ... Intern (as Jimmie B. Smith)
Carl Byrd ... Captain
George E. Carey ... Doctor (as George Carey)

Thordis Brandt ... Nurse

Season 5, Episode 26: Flower Power

28 March 1969
Three hippies help Gomer camouflage a marine van, only they paint bright daisies on it instead.

Season 5, Episode 27: Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow

4 April 1969
Gomer finds a white rabbit, gives it to a General's son and the Sergeant lets it loose thinking Gomer is keeping an unauthorized bunny. The rabbit must be found and the search is on but there are many white rabbits on base.

Season 5, Episode 28: Showtime with Sgt. Carol

18 April 1969
Carol Burnett co-stars as a visiting Sergeant putting on a talent show at Camp Henderson. She wants Gomer to sing, Sergeant Carter says no until she uses her ladylike charm on him.

Season 5, Episode 29: My Fair Sister

25 April 1969
Sergeant Carter's sister arrives and the Sergeant is embarrassed by her looks so he gets her a make-over that just isn't her. Gomer talks her into going back to her old self and he takes her to a dance.

Season 5, Episode 30: Goodbye Camp Henderson, Hello Sergeant Carter

2 May 1969
As the series ends Gomer requests a transfer to get out of Sergeant Carter's hair and the Sergeant kills the transfer.

Jim Nabors ... Pvt. Gomer Pyle

Frank Sutton ... Sgt. Vince Carter

Ronnie Schell ... Duke Slater

Tige Andrews ... Chief Petty Officer (archive footage)

Ken Lynch ... Patrolman (archive footage)

Ted Bessell ... Frankie (archive footage)
Forrest Compton ... Col. Edward Gray (archive footage)
Michael Barrier ... Navy Officer (archive footage)
Ed Rice ... Marine

Brendon Boone ... Sailor (archive footage)
Rex May ... Captain (archive footage)
Ron Doyle ... Ensign (archive footage)

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