At his high school class reunion, Andy finds that while memories may fade over time, some connections are never completely broken, and some hearts never completely heal.



, (as Jim Fritzell)

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Episode cast overview:
Barbara Perry ...
Mary Lee Becktel
Ralph Hanes
Frank Behrens ...
Nate Bracey
Mrs. Bracey
Harry Becktoris
Virginia Eiler ...
Ramona Wiley Bektoris
Sharon DeSpain


While moving some of Barney's belongings into his garage, Andy comes across their old high school yearbook. The two of them reminisce about those days and soon Andy suggests they organize a class reunion. For Andy, the object will be to reunite with his old high school sweetheart, Sharon DeSpain. They were quite an item for several years but after graduation, she moved away and is now living in Chicago. Barney also hopes to see his old flame, Ramona though he becomes concerned about a possibly jealous husband when he hears that she is now married. Andy's reunion is bittersweet for while they are still attracted to one another, it also becomes obvious why nothing ever happened between them. For Barney, Ramona's reaction isn't at all what he expected. Written by garykmcd

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Comedy | Family





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4 February 1963 (USA)  »

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This episode reveals that Barney's father passed away some years earlier. See more »


The yearbook states Barney's name as "Bernard Milton Fife" but many times throughout the series, he refers to himself as "Barney P. Fife". See more »


The Chattanooga Choo Choo
Written by Mack Gordon and composed by Harry Warren
Performed by The Original Carl Benson's Wildcats (featuring Carl's mother)
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Terrific episode
1 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Perhaps the most romantic episode of the series. A very touching story written by Greenbaum and Fritzell. Andy and Barney are not caricatures by this point of the series (and especially with these two writers) but believable characters with real lives. From the third season, which along with season four, are the peak of the series. The writing is the best in these two seasons. Andy is very good here as is Peggy McCay in the role of Sharon DeSpain. The relationship, emotions,the sense of loss are all believable. What might have been.

The final scene with Andy and Barney is brilliant. Two life long friends who have both had their share of pain.

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