Mayberry R.F.D.: Season 1, Episode 1

Andy and Helen Get Married (23 Sep. 1968)

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With Andy getting married Aunt Bee is looking to move out of the town and live with her sister out of state. Sam suggests she move onto the farm with him and his son Mike. Various members ... See full summary »

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With Andy getting married Aunt Bee is looking to move out of the town and live with her sister out of state. Sam suggests she move onto the farm with him and his son Mike. Various members of the community talk to Aunt Bee and convince her how important she is to the town convincing her to re-evaluate her decision. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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In tribute to the late Andy Griffith, I watched this ep of "Mayberry R.F.D." in which Andy Taylor finally marries Helen Crump
5 July 2012 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

With the passing of Andy Griffith a couple of days ago, I looked on YouTube to see what of his shows was on there. I then discovered this, the first ep of his show with a new title as he had decided the season before to gradually leave his regular duties on it making Ken Berry the new lead. Just about all the other regular supporting players would stay put including Frances Bavier's Aunt Bee who transitions from one house to another. Anyway, the reason I decided to watch this one was because this was the one where Andy Taylor married Helen Crump (Aneta Corsaut) with not only Bee, son Opie (an adolescent Ronny Howard), Goober (George Lindsey, who died several weeks back, RIP), Howard (Jack Dodson), and Emmet (Paul Hartman) but also Barney (Don Knotts, welcome as always) in attendance. As best man, Knotts definitely brings the funny as only he can during the ceremony but doesn't embarrass himself too much! The rest of the ep concerns Bee's getting used to her new surroundings in Berry's farm which is not as amusing though it didn't help that there seemed to be some abrupt cuts for time constraints to make room for even more commercial time in the TV Land showing uploaded there. As for Griffith himself, he was the same charming self as I remembered him and can still get a laugh with a dry line like the way he says that Aunt Bee held a chicken. Nice to have read various tributes to him these past two days saying he seemed just as gentle off-screen as well as on. You will truly be missed, Mr. Griffith. P.S. He displays his guitar playing and nice singing voice at the end which has another funny surprise but I don't want to reveal it here.


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