When Aunt Bee gets a call from her niece Martha asking if she would take take care of their baby for a week while they attend a wedding, she gladly accepts. She also assures Andy that the ... See full summary »

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Opie Taylor (as Ronny Howard)
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When Aunt Bee gets a call from her niece Martha asking if she would take take care of their baby for a week while they attend a wedding, she gladly accepts. She also assures Andy that the baby will be no trouble at all. She's somewhat taken aback however when the baby cries every time she picks her up. Others seem to have no problem, including Andy. She soon finds herself asking anyone who is handy to stop by the house at feeding times, as she's convinced herself that the baby hates her. An emergency of sorts convinces her otherwise. Written by garykmcd

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7 March 1966 (USA)  »

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What's funny about a crying baby? Unfortunately, not much...
6 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A sincere effort by the regular cast members can't overcome poor writing- and a weak, ill-conceived plot premise- in this clunker from Season 6.

Watching a 30 minute television show about a baby that won't stop crying is about as much fun as sitting next to one on a long flight from New York to Los Angeles. Enough said about that.

Unfortunately, this isn't the first- or the last- time during the series' color seasons that TAGS regulars are stuck with a bad script and have to struggle their way through it.

On a more positive note, "Green Acres" fans will enjoy seeing talented character actor Alvy Moore ("Hank Kimball") make a brief but funny appearance as a door-to-door salesman.


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