The Andy Griffith Show: Season 4, Episode 5

Briscoe Declares for Aunt Bee (28 Oct. 1963)

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After being treated to Aunt Bee's hospitality and home cooking, Briscoe Darling decides he is going to marry her. He even resorts to kidnapping her. Andy comes up with a clever solution to the whole mess.

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Opie Taylor (as Ronny Howard)
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Briscoe Darling and his boys come to Mayberry and after being thrown out of the diner, accept an invitation to Andy's house for dinner. He is mighty impressed with Aunt Bee's cooking and the cleanliness of the her house and kitchen. Misunderstanding something she says, he suddenly declares his love for her and asks her to be his bride. She turns him down of course but the next day when Opie comes home for lunch, he finds a note from the Darling patriarch saying he's taken her. Andy goes to their mountain cabin and finds that she is okay and decides the only way to get Briscoe to change his mind will be to show him exactly what it would be like to have Aunt Bee running his household. Written by garykmcd

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When Andy suggests the Darlings and he play the song "Dirty Me, Dirty Me, I'm Disgusted with Myself" Briscoe protests, "That one makes me cry," so they play "Doug's Tune" instead. See more »

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Performed by The Dillards, Denver Pyle, and Andy Griffith
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