When Andy gets a touch of the flu, the doctor orders him to his bed. Andy isn't too pleased, since he's the only law enforcement officer in town, but has little choice. Soon, Goober is pressing Andy to let him be his Deputy and he reluctantly agrees. Goober takes the job a little too seriously however, arresting people and issuing tickets like there's no tomorrow. Soon, Andy's bedroom is about as busy as a freeway with Mayberry's citizens coming to him with all sorts of problems but mostly complaints about Goober. Andy decides he has to take action.
Did You Know?
Andy's bedroom door is hinged on the wrong side. When facing the door from inside the room, it's hinged on the left with the doorknob on the right next to the wall; it should be the other way around. No architect would design it this way. With the door open it sticks out into the room and forms a barrier between the bed and the hallway. When the door is open it should be against the wall so as to not project into the room and impede foot traffic. See more
Look how pale his cheeks are. Your cheeks have always been rosy red!
They have not been rosy red.
Howard, hasn't had his cheeks always been rosy red?
While I've always felt that while Andy's complexion isn't ruddy by nature usually he has more color than he has right now.
Can't you ever just say yes or no?