Green Acres (1965–1971)
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Water, Water Everywhere 

Short on water, Mr. Haney contracts Willie the Well-Witcher to find a new spot to dig a well. But once Mr. Haney gets water, the Douglases lose theirs. After Willie witches a new well for ... See full summary »

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Short on water, Mr. Haney contracts Willie the Well-Witcher to find a new spot to dig a well. But once Mr. Haney gets water, the Douglases lose theirs. After Willie witches a new well for Oliver, the Ziffles' water dries up. After a few more rounds of this, Oliver suggests the valley get its water from a reservoir. That idea sounds great, until the valves are opened. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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21 September 1966 (USA)  »

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To settle who gets the water when a well is dug, The Stupid and Ridiculous Law of 1966 is used to amend the High Handed Code of 1912. See more »

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Oliver Douglas: Well that's a stupid and ridiculous law!
Sam Drucker: That's what it's going to be known as: the stupid and ridiculous law of 1966.
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