Mayberry's town band is terrible, and the mayor refuses to allow them to go to the state capital to play -- until Andy gets help from Freddy Fleet.
The Mayberry band, composed of more flats than sharps, gets ready for its annual trip to the state band competition.
Andy helps a struggling salesman stay in town.
Andy uses his wits to help a struggling salesman stay in Mayberry despite strong pressure from the competition.
The townsfolk believe that Henry Bennett is responsible for many mishaps. Andy invites Henry to join him for opening day of the fishing sweepstakes.
A Mayberry resident is convinced that he is a jinx until Andy helps restore his selfconfidence.
When a pretty, young manicurist starts working in Floyd's Barbershop, the men take to the idea in a big way. Their jealous wives, however, do not.
The men of Mayberry, after a slow start, accept the addition of a lovely manicurist to Floyd's barbershop.
Aunt Bee hires Mr. Wheeler to help with the flowers around the Taylor home. Although Andy has doubts about Wheeler, Aunt Bee is quite taken with him.
Aunt Bee takes a shine to an itinerant handyman who has a way with the ladies.