Petticoat Junction (1963–1970)
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How to Arrange a Marriage 

Billie Jo is bringing her new boyfriend, Jerry Roberts, to Hooterville. Based on a discussion Bobbie Jo had with Billie Jo on the telephone, she's sure that Billie Jo thinks that Jerry may ... See full summary »

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Betty Jo Bradley (as Linda Kaye Henning)
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Jerry Roberts
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Billie Jo is bringing her new boyfriend, Jerry Roberts, to Hooterville. Based on a discussion Bobbie Jo had with Billie Jo on the telephone, she's sure that Billie Jo thinks that Jerry may be the one, and as such everyone wants to make a good impression on Jerry, showing him that they are all friendly and loving and thus would be a good family in to which to marry. Additionally, Billie Jo tells Jerry before their arrival in Hooterville that everyone is down to earth, and that they all get along. By the time Billie Jo and Jerry arrive, Uncle Joe and Sam are fighting, and Steve and Betty Jo, while putting on the face of the loving married couple to give Jerry ideas, too are feuding. And Bobbie Jo's overt efforts to push Billie Jo and Jerry together has an unexpected side effect. Billie Jo has mixed emotions about what her family is doing, and has to decide how best to make Jerry see what she really wants him to see of her family. But Jerry may thoughts of his own regardless. Written by Huggo

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3 January 1970 (USA)  »

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BillyJo's boyfriend Jerry is the actresses husband. See more »

Goofs

When Betty Jo is playing the piano in "I Love You", and Jerry and Bobbie Jo are playing their respective guitars in "I'm Glad There Is You", their hands do not match what is heard in the music they are supposed to be playing. See more »

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References Bride of Frankenstein (1935) See more »

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I'm Glad There Is You (In This World of Ordinary People)
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Written by Jimmy Dorsey & Paul Mertz
Performed by Meredith MacRae
[Billie Jo sings the song to her family in the hotel lobby]
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