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The Ballad of Molly Turgiss 

Oliver wants to write a folk song about local legend Molly Turgis, a woman so ugly she was run out of Hooterville. Facts are hard to come by, though, because the mere mention of her name ... See full summary »

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Oliver wants to write a folk song about local legend Molly Turgis, a woman so ugly she was run out of Hooterville. Facts are hard to come by, though, because the mere mention of her name causes bad to happen. Lisa feels sorry for Molly and offers to give her a make-over. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Trivia

Mr. Ziffel says Arnold had rather stay home and watch "The Beverly Hillbillies" rather than go to the Douglases' party. When later rushing from the Douglases' home, Mr. Ziffel says that they can catch the end of "The Dick Van Dyke Show." Both sitcoms were airing on CBS at the time. See more »

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When Ziffle comes home and finds the tractor it has a red bow even though Mrs. Douglas ordered it to be delivered with a blue one. See more »

Quotes

Oliver Wendell Douglas: Look, frying pans and coffee pots don't go flying around by themselves. Wait a minute... there's a word for that: poltergeist.
Lisa Douglas: What is that?
Oliver Wendell Douglas: Well, it's a supernatural phenomenon.
Lisa Douglas: What is that, stupid unnatural phenomenemon?
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Solk Fongs Hand-Written by Jay Sommers and Dick Chevillat See more »

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References Petticoat Junction (1963) See more »

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