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5 Jan. 1966
The Richest Woman
The world's richest woman wants to buy the Clampett mansion and will stop at nothing to get it. Will Jed finally sell?
12 Jan. 1966
The Trotting Horse
Granny wants to learn to drive the truck but can't get used to modern day contraptions. A horse is more of what she wants and Mr. Drysdale gets her one, a professional race horse.
19 Jan. 1966
The Buggy
When Granny hears the Drysdales are at a horse show, she declares she wants good trotter so she can ride it to the market. When Mr. Drysdale buys a racer along with a buggy, Granny decides she wants to be the driver at the track.
26 Jan. 1966
The Cat Burglar
After it becomes known that a cat burglar is in Beverly Hills, the Clampetts take precautions to protect their home. Not surprisingly, they don't really understand what a cat burglar is.
2 Feb. 1966
The Big Chicken
Granny encounters an ostrich at the Drysdales and believe it's a giant chicken. She decides it got into her "medicinal tonic" and that's why it's so big. She tries to apply the idea to her vegetables.
9 Feb. 1966
Sonny Drysdale Returns
The Clampetts believe resuming his courtship of Elly is why Sonny Drysdale returns. His stepfather arranges a job as a beauty product salesman and his sixth stop at the Clampetts is where his merchandise is mistaken as courting gifts.
16 Feb. 1966
Brewster's Baby
Granny, along with Elly, is heading back to the hills to do some doctoring. Mr. Drysdale is frantic to stop her so he reveals that the Brewsters are having a baby. Jethro brings home some girls from the Kit Kat Club so he won't be lonely.
23 Feb. 1966
The Great Jethro
A shady magician sells his wares to the gullible Jethro.
2 Mar. 1966
The Old Folks Home
Jed thinks Granny needs help in cleaning the mansion, but she believes it's because he wants to put her in a retirement home, so Granny is ready to head to the hills with her money, which Mr. Drysdale is desperate to avoid.
16 Mar. 1966
Flatt and Scruggs Return
Musicians Flatt and Scruggs, old friends of the Clampetts, visit with their glamorous wives. Banjo music is performed, Gladys sings a song and Granny teaches her to cook. Jethro adapts the truck to avoid traffic.
23 Mar. 1966
The Folk Singers
Jethro is bent on becoming an astronaut but gets sidetracked into teaming up with Miss Jane to become a folk singer. Along the way Jethro invents a new musical device he dubs the Bodine o' phone.
30 Mar. 1966
The Beautiful Maid
Drysdale, at first irate that beautiful actress Bergstrom is kept on an expensive stipend without making a film, is smitten at first sight and so places the actress in the Clampett home to learn backwoods accents and ways for a movie.
6 Apr. 1966
Jethro's Pad
Jethro becomes a Hugh Hefner wannabe when he discovers some Playpen magazines in Mr. Drysdale's garage.
13 Apr. 1966
The Bird-Watchers
Granny remains eager to get Elly to the altar and decides Professor Biddle, Miss Jane's friend, will do. Mr. Drysdale blackmails Dash into asking the Clampett lass for a date. The meek birdwatcher and the handsome actor are soon at odds.
20 Apr. 1966
Jethro Gets Engaged
Jethro is in love again and decides to get a job as an actor. Taking the name Beef Jerky, he finds himself Dash's stunt double and has a rough time at the studio. Jethro's "girl" Debbie only want a screen test and plays up to Jed.
27 Apr. 1966
Granny Tonics a Bird-Watcher
Granny brews a batch of her tonic hoping it helps Elly get a husband. Jane with Mr. Biddle are trying to hatch a condor egg but a sip of the potion changes the birdwatcher's focus and the Clampetts need to get him out of a tree.
18 May 1966
Jethro Goes to College
Jed thinks Jethro needs to go back to school to get his mind off girls; but, instead of college, Jethro enrolls in a secretarial school that takes his money and graduates him early. At his new bank job, he hires all his classmates.
14 Sep. 1966
The Party Line
Granny receives a box from Cousin Pearl in the hills. One of the items in the box is an old fashioned crank telephone. Granny asks Jethro to hook it up to a party line on the pole so she can listen in on the party line.
21 Sep. 1966
The Soup Contest
Granny despairs of Elly Mae ever finding a husband and decides to promote her non-existent cooking skills. She is entered into a TV show cook-off, but nothing she fixes is edible.
28 Sep. 1966
Jethro Takes Love Lessons
Jethro is in love with Susie, the carhop waitress at the local drive-in, but Susie keeps rejecting his advances. Jed advises a dejected Jethro to take dating advice from Dash Riprock, the movie star/playboy neighbor to the Clampetts. Dash advises Jethro to buy a convertible, invite Susie to go on a double date with Elly Mae and him, and even lets Jethro use his bachelor pad. Despite Dash's efforts, Jethro still can't get past his hillbilly ways to Susie's heart.
5 Oct. 1966
The Badger Game
A con artist pretends to be someone from back home and stays with the Clampetts. She plans to get photos of Jed in a compromising position in order to blackmail him.
12 Oct. 1966
The Badgers Return
Jethro decides to sophisticate Emaline but she has bigger plans for blackmailing Mr. Drysdale with her cuckoo clock camera. The colonel continues to woo Granny. The two swindlers though haven't met someone as sharp as Jed.
19 Oct. 1966
The Gorilla
Jethro is chopping wood while a chimpanzee named May Bell watches. He wishes that he could teach May Bell to chop wood. When Elly May comes by, she and Jethro talk and decide that they want a gorilla.
26 Oct. 1966
Come Back, Little Herbie
The Clampetts miss Herbie and ask Mr. Drysdale to get the tame gorilla back. The banker promises to help but actually hinders the effort.
2 Nov. 1966
Jed in Politics
Granny's soap making sends noxious smoke into the air, which gets the attention of smog commissioner Tinsley. He shuts down the operation and Jed decides to run against him when he misunderstands Mr. Drysdale's advice.
9 Nov. 1966
Clampett Cha Cha Cha
Granny wins free lessons from a supposedly acclaimed dance school.
16 Nov. 1966
Jed Joins the Board
Jed takes a job on the board of directors of O.K. Oil Company.
23 Nov. 1966
Granny Lives It Up
Cushing makes another attempt to get the Clampetts to move their money to his bank by romancing Granny. When Drysdale learns of this, he decides to bring his father-in-law Lowell Farquhar, who had once dated Granny, to draw Granny away from Cushing.
30 Nov. 1966
The Gloria Swanson Story
Gloria Swanson and Drysdale are doing some business which involves her selling her house and some of her possessions and donating the proceeds to charity and then she is moving East. When the Clampetts read about her moving away, Jethro who heard the story that she's auctioning off her things, thinks that she's broke and that she's being forced to sell her possessions. Granny being a big fan is heart broken. They go to see her and try to lift up her spirits by saying they like her movies and that they're still being shown in their hometown. Jed decides to ask Chapman,...
7 Dec. 1966
The Woodchucks
Jethro is so desperate to meet a woman that when Miss Hathaway's bird watching group arrives, he goes out of his way to try to impress the women.
14 Dec. 1966
Foggy Mountain Soap
Flatt and Scruggs are visiting to film a TV commercial for a detergent. Commodore Ratterman thinks the Clampett authenticity would help sell the soap. He doesn't count on their honesty or Jethro's incompetence as a director.
21 Dec. 1966
The Christmas Present
In order to buy Mrs. Drysdale a special Christmas present, the Clampetts take seasonal jobs in a department store.
28 Dec. 1966
The Flying Saucer
Granny discovers Martians next door at the Drysdale mansion.

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