The Andy Griffith Show: Season 6, Episode 28

Goober's Replacement (28 Mar. 1966)

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Goober's girlfriend Flora fills in for him at the gas station when he goes on a fishing trip. When Wally sees how she brings in the customers, he fires Goober and hires Flora.


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Episode cast overview:
Opie Taylor (as Ronny Howard)
Alberta Nelson ...
Flora Malherbe
Cliff Norton ...
Maudie Prickett ...
Edna Larch
Charles Smith ...
Counter Man
Jason Johnson ...
Joseph Azar ...
Man (as David Azar)


Goober is hoping to take a week's holidays and go fishing but gas station owner Wally him he may not be able to go since he can't find a replacement for him. When Goober tells his girlfriend Flora that he may cancel his trip she offers to act as his replacement. Wally thinks it's a crazy idea and everyone thinks business will go down, but he agrees. Rather than put a damper on business however, the men of Mayberry are soon lining up to so a pretty girl can serve them. When Goober comes back, he realizes he doesn't have a job anymore and decides he may have to move to Mount Pilot to get a job. When Flora hears he may be leaving, she soon has a solution to the problem. Written by garykmcd

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28 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Goober Pyle: I know! But a employee aught to have a vacation every now and then. To fish and rest. I don't wanna burn myself out. I 'member my daddy tellin' me a person's only got one body, and he was right, too.
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