Green Acres (1965–1971)
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Give Me Land, Lots of Land 

Lisa is against buying neighboring property owned by the Watsons until she see their farmhouse. Thinking it's part of the deal, Lisa sells the Watsons' furniture to Mr. Haney and has their ... See full summary »

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Hank Kimball
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Lud Watson
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Lisa is against buying neighboring property owned by the Watsons until she see their farmhouse. Thinking it's part of the deal, Lisa sells the Watsons' furniture to Mr. Haney and has their things brought over. All of this happens while Oliver is in New York arranging the financing. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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5 January 1966 (USA)  »

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The title is a line from the song "Don't Fence Me In" written by Cole Porter in 1934 and based on a poem by a Montana state highway engineer Robert Fletcher. See more »

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Mr. Haney: Now, I could move this fine furniture in my spacious padded truck for... seventyfive dollars.
Lisa Douglas: Twentyfive.
Mr. Haney: Sixty?
Lisa Douglas: Fifteen.
Mr. Haney: Hey, hold it. You're going in the wrong direction. When I'm coming down, you're supposed to be going up.
Lisa Douglas: Ten.
Mr. Haney: Mrs. Douglas, you just ain't got the spirit of this thing.
Lisa Douglas: Five.
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