The Beverly Hillbillies (1962–1971)
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The Old Folks Home 

Jed thinks Granny needs help in cleaning the mansion, but she believes it's because he wants to put her in a retirement home, so Granny is ready to head to the hills with her money, which Mr. Drysdale is desperate to avoid.

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Granny has decided it's time for spring cleaning, which taxes her as well as the rest of the family. Jed tells her that the mansion is too big for her to take care of, which to Granny is a subtle way of being told she needs to go to the old folks home. She decides to go back home to the hills, which also means taking her share of the money, something Mr. Drysdale will do anything to prevent. Written by Dionysius Exiguus

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2 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Jane Hathaway: Well in that case, there's only one solution. We'll have to get someone to do the work for Granny.
Milburn Drysdale: Now you're talking. Grab a scrub bucket and get over there.
Jane Hathaway: Chief!
Milburn Drysdale: Well you know Granny doesn't like strangers around.
Jane Hathaway: Chief, I am a highly skilled executive secretary, I'm not paid to do housework.
Milburn Drysdale: Yes, you're right. OK, while you're there, you'll be on half salary.
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