The Andy Griffith Show: Season 5, Episode 24

Guest in the House (8 Mar. 1965)

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Helen gets jealous when a very attractive friend of the family visits the Taylor household for a few days.


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The green-eyed monster gets the better of Helen Crump when Andy's very attractive cousin Gloria comes for a visit. She not really a cousin but the daughter of a very close family friend who has recently had an engagement broken. She comes to stay with Aunt Bee and the Taylors for a change of place and a change of environment. Helen is a little dubious about having her around and is downright angry when Andy asks her to join him and Helen at the movies and again at dinner the next night. To placate her, Andy agrees to arrange for Goober to come along with them as Gloria's date but things don't quite go as Andy planned or Helen hoped. Andy finds a solution however. Written by garykmcd

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