Sam's friend Mario and his family come to help on the farm. When they have difficulty adjusting to Mayberry, Sam wonders whether they should stay.
A new dating service with a matchmaking questionnaire focuses on Mayberry -- and soon Goober is filling out the questionnaire erroneously.
Opie helps Mike learn how to deal with a bully at school.
Sam Jones runs against Emmett for a seat on the Town Council.
Howard decides to become a "swinging bachelor" after his mother gets married and moves to Mount Pilot.
Emmett wants to buy Martha a mink coat from Flora's friend. When he and Flora go to get it, Martha sees them and thinks they're having an affair.
It seems that Helen was once a gangster's moll when she lived in Kansas City.
Aunt Bee takes flying lessons, but doesn't feel ready to fly solo.
Goober tags along to an auto show, confident of free samples when salesmen learn he's a "big operator." Goober brags that he has a chain of stations.
When Barney hears about a summit meeting, he volunteers the home of a wealthy Mayberry citizen. But the homeowner refuses to let them use his house.
A $500 donation to the church causes conflict.
Opie gets a job working at the drugstore and learns that everyone makes mistakes.
Emmett's wife pressures him into becoming an insurance salesman, just like his successful brother-in-law.
Aunt Bee hosts a cooking show, but Andy and Opie suffer at suppertime.
Goober hears that Wally has the gas station up for sale. With Andy and Emmett as co-signers, Goober is soon the proud owner of his own business.
After seeing a travelogue about island life on TV, Howard quits his job to become a beachcomber in the Caribbean.
When Barney spots Andy and Helen in Sterling's Jewelry Store, he starts telling everyone in town that the pair are getting married.
Barney and Gomer take it upon themselves to get Opie and his pals out of a selling scam with the Miracle Salve Company. Look For: Opie trying to wake up Barney.
The fishing Hole was originally supposed to have lyrics, but the producers decided that whistling better set the tone for the show.
Andy and Barney scheme to dispose of Aunt Bee's pickles.
A businessman trapped in Mayberry joins Andy in singing on the porch.
Andy accompanies Rafe Hollister (guest star Jack Prince II) as he sings "The Lonesome Road."
Ernest T. Bass needs a uniform to get girls. But where can Andy find one in such a small size?