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Green Acres (TV Series 1965–1971) Poster

(1965–1971)

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Followed by 

Return to Green Acres (1990) (TV Movie)

Version of 

Green Acres
Feature film based on this TV show.

Spun-off from 

Petticoat Junction (1963) (TV Series)
"Petticoat Junction" and "Green Acres" are both set in Hooterville.

Referenced in 

Petticoat Junction: The Genghis Keane Story (1964) (TV Episode)
Fred and Doris Ziffel are regulars.
Petticoat Junction: Race Against the Stork (1964) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley, Fred Ziffel and Doris Ziffel are regulars.
Petticoat Junction: As Hooterville Goes (1964) (TV Episode)
Doris Ziffel is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Smoke-Eaters (1965) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Modern Merchandising (1965) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Visit from the Governor (1965) (TV Episode)
Fred Ziffel is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Bedloe's Most Fiendish Scheme (1965) (TV Episode)
Fred Ziffel is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Jinx? (1965) (TV Episode)
Fred Ziffel is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: The Chicken Killer (1965) (TV Episode)
Fred Ziffel is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: The Baffling Raffle (1965) (TV Episode)
The characters of Oliver Wendell Douglas and Lisa Douglas appear.
Petticoat Junction: The Dog Turns Playboy (1965) (TV Episode)
The character of Oliver Wendell Douglas appears.
Petticoat Junction: The Good Luck Ring (1965) (TV Episode)
The characters of Oliver Wendell Douglas and Lisa Douglas appear.
Petticoat Junction: Joe Carson, General Contractor (1965) (TV Episode)
The characters of Oliver Wendell Douglas and Lisa Douglas appear.
Petticoat Junction: Bobbie Jo's Sorority (1965) (TV Episode)
The characters of Oliver Wendell Douglas and Lisa Douglas appear.
Petticoat Junction: A Doctor in the House (1965) (TV Episode)
The character of Oliver Wendell Douglas appears.
Petticoat Junction: Hooterville a Go Go (1965) (TV Episode)
The characters of Oliver Wendell Douglas and Lisa Douglas appear.
Petticoat Junction: Betty Jo Goes to New York (1965) (TV Episode)
The characters of Oliver Wendell Douglas and Lisa Douglas appear.
Petticoat Junction: Uncle Joe Plays Post Office (1965) (TV Episode)
The character of Oliver Wendell Douglas appears.
Petticoat Junction: The Butler Did It (1965) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Yogurt, Anyone? (1966) (TV Episode)
The character of Oliver Wendell Douglas appears.
Petticoat Junction: The County Fair (1966) (TV Episode)
Mr. Haney makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: The Windfall (1966) (TV Episode)
Fred Ziffel is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Kate Sells the Hotel (1966) (TV Episode)
Fred Ziffel is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Kate Bradley, Peacemaker (1966) (TV Episode)
The character of Oliver Wendell Douglas appears.
Petticoat Junction: The Young Matchmakers (1966) (TV Episode)
The character of Lisa Douglas appears.
Petticoat Junction: Hooterville Valley Project (1966) (TV Episode)
Fred Ziffel and Newt Kiley are regulars.
Petticoat Junction: Young Love (1966) (TV Episode)
Eb Dawson makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: Hooterville, You're All Heart (1966) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: The All-Night Party (1966) (TV Episode)
Eb Dawson makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: How Bugged Was My Valley (1966) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: The Runt Strikes Back (1966) (TV Episode)
Eb Dawson makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: The Santa Claus Special (1966) (TV Episode)
Eb Dawson makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: A Star Is Born? (1967) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Author! Author! (1967) (TV Episode)
Eb Dawson makes a crossover appearance.
The Monkees: Monkees Get Out More Dirt (1967) (TV Episode)
Peter uses the phone on a pole on the Green Acres set
Petticoat Junction: It's Not Easy to Be a Mother (1967) (TV Episode)
Sam mentions the character of Lisa Douglas.
Petticoat Junction: One Dozen Roses (1967) (TV Episode)
Eb mentions the characters of the Douglases.
Petticoat Junction: The Barber Shop Quartet (1968) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Kate's Homecoming (1968) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: Birthplace of a Future President (1968) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: The Valley Has a Baby (1968) (TV Episode)
The characters of Oliver Wendell Douglas and Lisa Douglas appear.
The Beverly Hillbillies: The Thanksgiving Story (1968) (TV Episode)
Oliver Douglas, Lisa Douglas and Eb Dawson are guest characters.
The Beverly Hillbillies: The Courtship of Homer Noodleman (1968) (TV Episode)
Eb Dawson is a guest character.
The Beverly Hillbillies: The Week Before Christmas (1968) (TV Episode)
Frank Cady portrays Sam Drucker on both shows
The Beverly Hillbillies: Christmas in Hooterville (1968) (TV Episode)
Eb Dawson is a guest character.
The Beverly Hillbillies: Drysdale and Friend (1969) (TV Episode)
Sam Drucker and Fred Ziffel are cross-over characters
Petticoat Junction: The Ballad of the Everyday Housewife (1969) (TV Episode)
The character of Lisa Douglas makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: Joe Saves the Post Office (1969) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: The Other Woman (1969) (TV Episode)
Mr. Haney makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: Sorry Doctor, I Ain't Takin No Shots (1969) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Petticoat Junction: A Most Momentous Occasion (1969) (TV Episode)
Mr. Haney makes a crossover appearance.
Petticoat Junction: The Golden Spike Ceremony (1969) (TV Episode)
Newt Kiley is a regular.
Saturday Night Live: Sally Kellerman/Jimmy Cliff (1981) (TV Episode)
Title referenced in 'Lean Acres' skit
Saturday Night Live: Joan Rivers/Musical Youth (1983) (TV Episode)
theme tune sung by Eddie Murphy
Benson: The Stranger (1985) (TV Episode)
After the Grim Reaper gets a question about Charles Bronson wrong, Benson correctly names Arnold Ziffel as the pig from "Green Acres."
Wiseguy: Smokey Mountain Requiem (1988) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in the dialogue by Vinnie while on a farm.
Who's the Boss?: Double Dump (1988) (TV Episode)
Angela mentions the show in a discussion with Mona on the Gabor sisters.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Hangar 18 (1989) (TV Episode)
Crow: "Did this guy work on 'Green Acres'?"
Saturday Night Live: Rick Moranis/Rickie Lee Jones (1989) (TV Episode)
Theme show lyrics quoted by Zsa Zsa Gabor in The Big Bitch Bull Dyke Bust Out of '89
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Crawling Eye (1989) (TV Episode)
Joel: It's Mr. Haney!
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Episode #2.4 (1989) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned during 'Authors'.
Designing Women: The Mistress (1990) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by name.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Untamed Youth (1990) (TV Episode)
Joel: "Green Acres?"
Tiny Toon Adventures: The Looney Beginning (1990) (TV Episode)
Buster suggests that the location in Tiny Toons to be called Green Acres at first.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Catalina Caper (1990) (TV Episode)
Servo: That guy looks like Ralph on Green Acres.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Pod People (1991) (TV Episode)
"Mr. Douglas?"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Amazing Colossal Man (1991) (TV Episode)
Joel: "It's Mr. Ziffel from 'Green Acres.'"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gamera vs. Guiron (1991) (TV Episode)
Tom: "I just adore a penthouse view."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Earth vs. the Spider (1991) (TV Episode)
referenced concerning the custodian/janitor from "the planet Ziffelodeon"
Best of Saturday Night Live: Special Edition (1992) (Video)
referenced in Weekend update
Married with Children: The Goodbye Girl (1992) (TV Episode)
Mentioned as a show Marcy used to watch.
Matlock: The Assassination: Part 1 (1992) (TV Episode)
Leeann and Ben argue over which television program featured a smart pig named Arnold, 'Green Acres' or 'The Beverly Hillbillies'.
Roundhouse: TV on Trial (1992) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in "TV Dinners" sketch.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Day the Earth Froze (1993) (TV Episode)
"Hank Kimbell is brought in"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Bride of the Monster (1993) (TV Episode)
Crow: You are my wife. Servo: Goodbye, city life.
Delta: The Agent (1993) (TV Episode)
After Hollywood music agent Sandy Scott finds himself relocated to Nashville, he declares, "I've been transferred to Hooterville!"
Son in Law (1993)
Crawl sings the theme song
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Eegah (1993) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Joel
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gunslinger (1993) (TV Episode)
Crow and Tom sing the "Green Acres" theme.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Beginning of the End (1993) (TV Episode)
"Arnold Ziffel's Father"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Atomic Brain (1993) (TV Episode)
Servo: Green Acres' Hank Kimball is the Fugitive.
Beavis and Butt-Head: Cow Tipping (1994) (TV Episode)
After deciding to go to cow tipping later in the night, Beavis and Butt-head hum the Green Acres theme song.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
During the discussion of what constitutes a filthy animal, Jules says that in order for a pig's personality to be enough to outweigh it's filthiness, it would have to be at least as charming as Arnold the pig from Green Acres.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Bloodlust! (1994) (TV Episode)
Crow: A very special Ziffel family reunion.
Picket Fences: Rebels with Causes (1994) (TV Episode)
Jeffrey tells Jill at the Chicago hospital that it isn't Green Acres.
California Dreams: Winkle/Wicks World (1994) (TV Episode)
Sly and Tony sing the theme song
Mystery Science Theater 3000: High School Big Shot (1994) (TV Episode)
Theme song hummed
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Angels Revenge (1995) (TV Episode)
Several jokes are made about Pat Buttram's work on the show.
The Critic: Sherman of Arabia (1995) (TV Episode)
Jay Sherman watches "Brown Acres" in a middle eastern theater.
Married with Children: Reverend Al (1995) (TV Episode)
When the mailman asks whether Al is the NO MA'AM guy, Marcy says: "He's also Arnold the pig from 'Green Acres'."
Street Fighter: The Animated Series: The Adventure Begins (1995) (TV Episode)
Ryu says, "I've been slimed by Arnold the pig!"
Friends: The One Where Ross and Rachel... You Know (1996) (TV Episode)
After seeing the new tv, Chandler says, "now we can finally watch Green Acres the way it was meant to be seen."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie (1996)
Crow mentions the show by name.
Animaniacs: From Burbank with Love/Anchors A-Warners/When You're Traveling from Nantucket (1996) (TV Episode)
Mr. Haney appears during the opening song.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Jack Frost (1997) (TV Episode)
Tom (as a pig is on screen): "Don't do that, Arnold."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Agent for H.A.R.M. (1997) (TV Episode)
Tom: "I'm sorry 'Green Acres' was canceled."
Smart Guy: Dumbstruck (1997) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Mo
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Overdrawn at the Memory Bank (1997) (TV Episode)
Fingal: Fresh air....Servo: Time Square.
The Simple Life: The Fly-Fishing Show (1998) (TV Episode)
The "Green Acres" music plays as Muriel watches TV with a pig; she declares the show is unrealistic.
NewsRadio: New Hampshire (1999) (TV Episode)
Referenced in conversation at multiple points: New Hampshire rural life is compared to Green Acres, and there's a discussion of getting a pig & naming it Arnold
Nash Bridges: Frisco Blues (1999) (TV Episode)
Harvey mentiosn the show by name after Nash asks what happens, as officers remove pigs from an apartment.
Smart House (1999) (TV Movie)
Nick refers to his first Smart House wake up call as a "Green Acres routine"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Squirm (1999) (TV Episode)
Tom: "Drop in on the Ziffels."
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Little Orphan Hilda (1999) (TV Episode)
After conjuring the pig from the past, Hilda says: "I don't think we're gonna get any answers, unless he's been hanging around with Arnold Ziffel."
The Simpsons: E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt) (1999) (TV Episode)
The theme song plays over a photo montage of the Simpsons working the farm.
Memento (2000)
Jeff Foxworthy's Comedy Classics (2000) (Video)
Mentioned as among shows that widened audience for country comedy during the 50s or 60s.
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Sabrina's New Roommate (2001) (TV Episode)
Sabrina, Roxie, and Zelda watch the show
Jane White Is Sick & Twisted (2002)
mentioned in dialogue
NCIS: My Other Left Foot (2004) (TV Episode)
Abby asks if they've searched Hooterville, and mentions Green Acres
Creepies (2004) (Video)
poster at theater
Duck Dodgers: M.M.O.R.P.D./Old McDodgers (2005) (TV Episode)
Dodgers mentions the show
King of the Hill: Yard, She Blows! (2005) (TV Episode)
Hank sings the theme song.
Thralls (2005)
Through dialog - A character is likened to the show.
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.37 (2005) (TV Episode)
correct response in "A Colorful Category" category
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.219 (2006) (TV Episode)
referenced in clue in "Disney Film Voices" category
Family Guy: Lois Kills Stewie (2007) (TV Episode)
Peter hums the theme song.
Family Guy: Stewie Kills Lois (2007) (TV Episode)
Peter hums the theme tune when he switches places with Lois
Pioneers of Television: Sitcoms (2008) (TV Episode)
"The Andy Griffith Show" paved the way for rural-themed sitcoms like "Green Acres".
Witless Protection (2008)
theme song heard
ER: The Chicago Way (2008) (TV Episode)
After explaining that he is unhappy at having moved away from Chicago to a more rural area, Masterson says "Do I look like Eddie Albert to you?"
The O'Reilly Factor: Episode dated 6 June 2008 (2008) (TV Episode)
Dennis Miller makes reference to this show in a reairing of an old 'Miller Time' segment.
The Suite Life on Deck: Parrot Island (2008) (TV Episode)
The pig who comes in to rescue Mr. Moseby and the kids oinking at them is just like Arnold the Pig on Green Acres.
The Jay Leno Show: Episode #1.2 (2009) (TV Episode)
While mucking out a horse stall, Jay sounds out the first bars of the "Green Acres" theme
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009)
Brittany says, "I just adore a penthouse view," quoting one of the lines from the "Green Acres" theme song.
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.98 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "An All-Eddie Before & After"
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.175 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $5,000 question
Smallville: Harvest (2010) (TV Episode)
Lois refers to Meeker Springs as "Green Acres."
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: The Rescuers Down Under (2010) (TV Episode)
Eva Gabor's role as Lisa Douglas is referenced
Pastor Mike Online: Episode #1.38 (2011) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Mike.
Pastor Mike Online: Episode #1.44 (2011) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Mike.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #20.191 (2012) (TV Episode)
the show's theme song plays to introduce a "Jaywalking" segment about television shows being remade
NCIS: Los Angeles: Forest for the Trees (2015) (TV Episode)
Deeks mentions Hooterville in dialogue.
Scandal: Get Out of Jail, Free (2015) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in lyrics
The Cinema Snob: Suckula (2015) (TV Episode)
Spinelli appeared on this show once

Featured in 

Being There (1979)
Miami Blues (1990)
Car 54, Where Are You? (1994)
The theme song plays on a TV set.
NewsRadio: Movie Star (1996) (TV Episode)
Playing on TV in department store
NewsRadio: Space (1997) (TV Episode)
Dave watches this on his window viewer
CBS at 75 (2003) (TV Special)
a clip is featured
TV Land Moguls (2004) (TV Mini-Series)
shows it when talking about Paul Henning
The Wrecking Crew! (2008)
Clip shown during news broadcast reporting on the death of Tommy Tedesco.
The O'Reilly Factor: Episode dated 7 May 2008 (2008) (TV Episode)
This show is referenced during the 'Miller Time' segment.
20 to 1: All Time Favourite TV Themes (2010) (TV Episode)
Clips shown in a segment on its theme.
Nostalgia Critic: The Top 11 Nostalgia Critic Fuck-ups: Part 3 (2012) (TV Episode)
"I must have more Green Acres fans than I thought."
The Nostalgia Chick: The Addams Family (2013) (TV Episode)
another silly sitcom from the '60s
The Cinema Snob: The Star Wars Holiday Special (2015) (TV Episode)
Snob recalls a time Nick at Nite did a terrible promotion for this show

Spoofed in 

Pinky and the Brain: Brain Acres (1997) (TV Episode)
Episode Title "Brain Acres" spoofed "Green Acres" Program Name and different lyrics for song

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