The state committee to nominate a new senator considers Oliver as their candidate. Upon hearing about his credentials (he can read and write), they send representatives to Hooterville to ... See full summary »

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Grover Simpson
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The state committee to nominate a new senator considers Oliver as their candidate. Upon hearing about his credentials (he can read and write), they send representatives to Hooterville to meet the man and learn what his neighbors think of him. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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6 September 1967 (USA)  »

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Fred tells Oliver they don't have Democratic or Republican parties in "this state." It's unknown what state Hooterville is in. See more »

Quotes

Dooly Watkins: [asking about Oliver] What kind of man is he?
Ralph Monroe: When he's not a sorehead?
Dooly Watkins: Yes.
Ralph Monroe: He's a hot head.
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The names of the executive producer Paul Henning, and writers Jay Sommers and Dick Chevillat appear on Lisa's hotcakes. Director Richard L. Bare is credited on a piece of toast. See more »

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Edited from Green Acres: Oliver Buys a Farm (1965) See more »

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