The "Every Other Wednesday Afternoon Discussion Club" decides to bring culture to the valley by starting the Hooterville Symphony Orchestra. Oliver calls the women "nuts" for considering ... See full summary »

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The "Every Other Wednesday Afternoon Discussion Club" decides to bring culture to the valley by starting the Hooterville Symphony Orchestra. Oliver calls the women "nuts" for considering such a ridiculous idea. Undeterred, Lisa calls her conductor friend Sir Gefforey to come and conduct the orchestra. What he encounters is the Hooterville Volunteer Fire Department Marching Band playing the only song they know. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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25 May 1966 (USA)  »

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Hooterville resident Selma Plout, a member of Lisa's culture club, is a recurring character on "Petticoat Junction" and makes her only "Green Acres" appearance in this episode. Selma Plout is not identified by name in this episode, only in the end credits. See more »

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Shadow of boom mike visible on back curtain as Haney tries to sell Sir Geoffrey a matched set of conductors batons. See more »

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Oliver Douglas: [to Sir Geoffrey] Well, as they say: you're the conductor, Poopsie!
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