Jed and Duke his dog are both down without a woman in their lives, until they see and pursue a French woman and her poodle that she brought to breed with Mrs. Drysdales dog. Meanwhile Mrs. ... See full summary »

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Jed and Duke his dog are both down without a woman in their lives, until they see and pursue a French woman and her poodle that she brought to breed with Mrs. Drysdales dog. Meanwhile Mrs. Drysdale has arranged a "marriage" between the dogs, complete with a decorated bedroom. Written by Anonymous

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Check out the Lap Organ (No Suggestive Puns, Please)
14 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Jed and Duke are ailing.

Granny says it is love they are a'needing.

Mrs. Drysdale is planning a marriage for her poodle, Claude (here dyed black, as we are told. In other episodes, Claude is white) and the bride is arriving soon.

Mlle. Denise, the owner of the female poodle, asks Jed for directions to the Drysdales. Pearl and Granny observe and conclude that Jed has a new woman in his life.

Likewise Duke has taken a fancy to the poodle, which Elly May calls Cotton Patch.

Typical Clampett shenanigans, but the episode begins with Iren Ryan and Donna Douglas operating what Elly May calls a lap organ.

Granny sits with the device in her lap, much like she did the one she played with the quill feather, which I think she called a quill harp or something, but Elly May has to stand beside her and slowly lift the device up and down, much like an accordion or something.

Interesting, so very interesting to watch these devices in operation and it seems the Beverly Hillbillies stands as one of the few, if not only places, to see them.


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