The Beverly Hillbillies: Season 6, Episode 20

Topless Anyone? (17 Jan. 1968)

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Classic Hillbillies humor
7 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Topless Anyone' is a continuation of 'The Diner' episode.

Jethro's restaurant isn't doing any business. With Granny as the new cook, Jethro expects business to pick up. The idea to go 'topless' also will help.

Of course neither Jethro nor any of the family realize what a topless waitress is. Jethro catches Granny's wrath for the mixup, with the sound of a large skillet across the skull echoing throughout Los Angeles County.

Meanwhile, Drysdale is wooing a very wealthy elderly couple. Everyone ends up at The Happy Gizzard.

Turns out the rich couple are actually hill folk. Once the old man gets a taste of Granny's grits, it nearly takes him back to his youth.

Jethro ends up selling 'The Gizzard' to the man. Lots of laughs, once again in large part to Jethro.


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