The Andy Griffith Show: Season 7, Episode 29

Opie's Most Unforgettable Character (3 Apr. 1967)

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Andy's feelings are hurt when Opie doesn't pick him as the subject of his high-school paper.

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Arnold Bailey (as Sheldon Golomb)
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Opie has to write a composition on his most unforgettable character and is having a really hard time coming up with someone. Aunt Bee suggests a most logical choice when she tells Opie to follow his father around and write about him. Andy is quite proud of the fact that Opie has chosen but not very pleased when Opie, generally a good student, gets an F on the essay. Miss Crump gives him a chance to try again and he gets a good mark but when Andy learns that he wrote about someone else, Opie has some explaining to do. Written by garykmcd

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3 April 1967 (USA)  »

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When Andy picks up Opie's football and lays it back on the bed in the next shot after Andy picks up the piggy bank, the football has changed positions to being from where Andy laid it, to the opposite side of the bed. See more »

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