Rebecca is asked once again by one of the corporate bigwigs to organize a party. This time, Vice-President Walter Gaines wants her to organize a luncheon at his house as a European homecoming for his daughter Kelly. Rebecca drags along Sam and Woody to tend bar. Sam has a great time as he figures out the way to big tips is to use his ex-celebrity status. Woody doesn't have as good a time as he butts heads with Kelly's boyfriend Nash, the two taking an instant dislike to each other. It goes as far as them making a date for a fight at Cheers the following day. What transpires can't really be called a fight. Kelly finds out about the fight and comes to the bar, although she's too late to stop it. Sam, Carla and finally Woody think that Woody dating Kelly would be a good way to get back at Nash. He goes about it the old fashioned way by asking Mr. Gaines for his permission. Although Mr. Gaines admires Woody's old fashioned approach, he basically laughs at Woody for his presumption. But to... Written by
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First appearance of Walter and Kelly Gaines. See more
When Woody tells Nash he's a good-enough boxer to beat him, Nash replies "The proof is in the pudding" (rather than "The proof of the pudding is in the eating"). See more
[after her date with Woody, Kelly is about ready to take off with boyfriend Nash
So, I guess we should be leaving.
Yeah, I guess I should be getting back to work.
Well, have fun working.
Yeah, have fun leaving.
References The Andy Griffith Show