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aired: Sat, Apr 11, 1970
Oliver anticipates a surprise party for himself--but it's Arnold the pig who winds up with the birthday celebration.
The Wealthy Landowner
aired: Sat, Apr 11, 1970
Eb shows a strong 'mail pull' when he represents himself as a wealthy landowner and advertises for a wife.
aired: Sat, Mar 28, 1970
Lisa's Uncle Fedor makes an unexpected appearance at the Douglas farm and quickly involves them in an old world intrigue of spies and counter-spies.
The Beeping Rock
aired: Sat, Mar 21, 1970
The Douglas farm succumbs to a bit of 'lunar madness' when a precocious child inventor shows up to say he's been to the moon.
aired: Sat, Mar 7, 1970
Oliver's plans for an intimate family picnic with his wife are ruined when the entire Hooterville Valley turns out to celebrate the event.
The Case of the Hooterville Refund Fraud
aired: Sat, Feb 28, 1970
Oliver unintentionally provides the motive for the residents of Hooterville to illegally receive more than $500,000 from the Internal Revenue Service.
aired: Sat, Feb 14, 1970
Oliver is elected School Board President and immediately becomes the object of a protest movement to reinstate an expelled student-Arnold the pig.
The Cow Killer
aired: Sat, Feb 7, 1970
Lisa mistakenly labels her husband 'The Cow Killer' when Oliver takes a drastic action to rid his farm of a cow that has been trampling his crops.
aired: Sat, Jan 31, 1970
Oliver makes an impassioned speech before the County Bar Association on the virtues of hiring ex-convicts, and finds himself with an ex- con for a hired hand.
Bundle of Joy
aired: Sat, Jan 24, 1970
Oliver says good-bye to Lisa and hurries to New York to help his law firm in a difficult matter.
aired: Sat, Jan 17, 1970
Oliver and Lisa explore a mysterious cave under their farmhouse--and become trapped when the entrance collapses.
Rest and Relaxation
aired: Sat, Jan 10, 1970
An old friend of Oliver's pays the Douglases a visit to enjoy a little rest and relaxation.
aired: Sat, Jan 3, 1970
Oliver and Lisa discover an ancient mail order catalog in the wall of their farmhouse and recognize it as a wishbook.
Beauty Is Skin Deep
aired: Sat, Dec 27, 1969
Lisa launches a vigorous beauty campaign when she enlists Sam Drucker as her partner in a chic cosmetics business.
Oliver and the Cornstalk
aired: Sat, Dec 20, 1969
Oliver launches a merry, mixed up corn planting season that produces a stupendous crop that most farmers only dream about.
aired: Sat, Dec 13, 1969
Lisa is in her glory as she plans an open-air, farm-style wedding for Hank Kimball and Ralph, the lady carpenter.
Oliver's School Girl Crush
aired: Sat, Nov 29, 1969
Oliver accepts an invitation to address a class in the Hooterville High School, and winds up as the object of a teenager's huge crush.
The Special Delivery Letter
aired: Sat, Nov 22, 1969
A special delivery letter addressed to someone in the Douglas family excites the curiosity of the entire Hooterville Valley.
The Youth Center
aired: Sat, Nov 15, 1969
Oliver stands up in a town meeting and suggests they build a youth center as a way to keep the young people in Hooterville.
The Four of Spades
aired: Sat, Nov 8, 1969
Lisa turns fortune teller and predicts that a mysterious stranger will soon enter Oliver's life.
aired: Sat, Nov 1, 1969
Hooterville's unpaved roads create a major dust problem that sends Oliver and Lisa to the State Capitol to seek remedial action.
You and Your Big Shrunken Head
aired: Sat, Oct 25, 1969
When Lisa and Oliver return home with Arnold Ziffel, the townspeople hold a warm reception in honor of Hooterville's first 'millionaire pig.'
A Tale of a Tail
aired: Sat, Oct 18, 1969
Oliver, Lisa and Eb travel to Chicago with Arnold the pig to prove that he is the rightful heir to a $20,000,000 estate.
Where There's a Will
aired: Sat, Oct 11, 1969
Arnold the pig becomes the focus of attention in Hooterville when word gets out that he might be the heir to a $20,000,000 estate.
Everybody Tries to Love a Countess
aired: Sat, Oct 4, 1969
Oliver loses all hopes of getting rid of his mother-in-law when Mr Haney and Uncle Joe Carson vie to become his father-in-law.
Lisa's Mudder Comes for a Visit
aired: Sat, Sep 27, 1969
Lisa's 'mudder' (mother) pays a surprise visit to the Hooterville farm and promptly takes over as a three-week houseguest.
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Music to Milk by
aired: Wed, Apr 26, 1967
Oliver buys Eb a radio for his birthday.
aired: Wed, Apr 19, 1967
When Lisa gets a blow on the head and suffers a mysterious lapse of memory, Oliver finds himself living with a total stranger.
The Vulgar Ring Story
aired: Wed, Apr 12, 1967
Lisa reveals the fascinating story of why women in her family had to marry American men every fourth generation.
Kimball Gets Fired
aired: Wed, Mar 29, 1967
Oliver and Lisa have a romantic crisis on their hands when Mr. Kimball is replaced as the County Agent by a new member of the Agricultural Department.
Getting Even With Haney
aired: Wed, Mar 22, 1967
Oliver has his 'day in court' with Mr. Haney, as he represents the Ziffels in a damage suit.
The Saucer Season
aired: Wed, Mar 15, 1967
When Eb claims he saw a flying saucer and little green men, the Douglas farm becomes an object of interest for curiosity seekers and the Air Force.
Lisa's Vegetable Garden
aired: Wed, Mar 8, 1967
Lisa decides to plant her own vegetables and become a real farmer.
The Beverly Hillbillies
aired: Wed, Mar 1, 1967
Hooterville gives its impression of 'The Beverly Hillbillies' in a special charity show featuring Lisa as 'Granny,' Oliver as 'Jethro,' and Mr. Kimball as 'Jed Clampett.'
Never Start Talking Until Your Voice Comes Out
aired: Wed, Feb 22, 1967
An official-looking letter from Washington comes to Oliver, and his secretive behavior leads his neighbors to speculate as to its content.
The Computer Age
aired: Wed, Feb 15, 1967
In planning the most efficient way to run a farm, Oliver champions the cause of computers.
Never Take Your Wife to a Convention
aired: Wed, Feb 8, 1967
Oliver and Lisa attend a farm convention in the city where they meet a not-so-ex-gangster and his wife.
It's Human to Be Humane
aired: Wed, Feb 1, 1967
Lisa becomes the Humane Officer in Hooterville and turns the Douglas farmhouse in to an animal shelter.
Exodus to Bleedswell
aired: Wed, Jan 25, 1967
A rival town threatens to lure away the citizens of Hooterville Valley with an offer of lucrative defense jobs.
It's So Peaceful in the Country
aired: Wed, Jan 18, 1967
Oliver and Lisa invite Oliver's mother to visit them on the farm for a much-needed rest.
aired: Wed, Jan 11, 1967
When the Hooterville City Council selects Oliver to judge the apple competition at the annual fair, he gets the idea that he's been appointed to the circuit court.
aired: Wed, Jan 4, 1967
Oliver enrolls Lisa at the Hooterville High School to learn the art of homemaking.
Never Trust a Little Old Lady
aired: Wed, Dec 28, 1966
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An Old Fashioned Christmas
aired: Wed, Dec 21, 1966
Oliver is determined to have an old-fashioned Christmas, which includes decorating his own tree.
A Square Is Not Round
aired: Wed, Dec 14, 1966
A chicken mystery develops on the Douglas farm when Lisa reveals that one of the hens is laying square eggs.
A Home Isn't Built in a Day
aired: Wed, Nov 30, 1966
Lisa threatens to leave Oliver unless he completely renovates their farmhouse.
You Ought to Be in Pictures
aired: Wed, Nov 23, 1966
The Chamber of Commerce votes to invite a Hollywood picture company to film a movie in the Hooterville Valley.
The Hooterville Image
aired: Wed, Nov 16, 1966
The farmers of Hooterville Valley fear that Oliver is ruining their image by continuing to wear a suit and tie when he does his chores.
Eb Discovers the Birds and the Bees
aired: Wed, Nov 9, 1966
Oliver takes the place of Eb's father when he explains the romantic facts of life to the hired hand.
The Good Old Days
aired: Wed, Nov 2, 1966
To improve Lisa's understanding of the role of a 'farm wife,' Oliver tells her the story of a pioneer couple.
One of Our Assemblymen Is Missing
aired: Wed, Oct 26, 1966
Oliver receives a tax bill for $12.03 from the State Farm Unattached Duty Tax Bureau.
The Ugly Duckling
aired: Wed, Oct 19, 1966
Lisa sends Oliver out to sleep in the barn while Ralph, the lady carpenter, moves in with her for a two-day beauty treatment.
How to See South America by Bus
aired: Wed, Oct 5, 1966
Lisa misinterprets Oliver's interest in a lady farmer, and sets out to break up what she thinks is a 'budding romance.'
I Didn't Raise My Pig to Become a Soldier
aired: Wed, Sep 28, 1966
Oliver and Lisa agree to 'pig sit' Arnold while the Ziffels enjoy a second honeymoon.
Water, Water Everywhere
aired: Wed, Sep 21, 1966
Mr. Haney has a new well dug on his farm, and it drains off all the water from Oliver and Lisa's farm.
Wings Over Hooterville
aired: Wed, Sep 14, 1966
The dreaded 'Bing Bug' invades Hooterville's corn crop.
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aired: Wed, Jun 1, 1966
Oliver's nephew arrives for a visit, and Oliver is shaken up when the boy turns out to be a beatnik.
aired: Wed, May 25, 1966
The Every-Other-Wednesday-Afternoon-Discussion-Club decides that Hooterville needs a little 'culture.'
The Rains Came
aired: Wed, May 18, 1966
Mr. Haney sues Oliver for non-payment of a vital contract.
Horse? What Horse?
aired: Wed, May 11, 1966
A horse follows Oliver home, but every time he tries to show it to his wife, the horse disappears. Lisa assumes that her husband is imagining things.
Send a Boy to College
aired: Wed, May 4, 1966
Oliver discovers that Eb has a way with sick animals and offers to put him through college. Eb is rejected because he never graduated from high school.
Never Look a Gift Tractor in the Mouth
aired: Wed, Apr 27, 1966
It's a few days before Oliver's birthday, and Lisa goes out and buys the biggest and fanciest tractor she can find.
aired: Wed, Mar 23, 1966
Oliver's generator breaks down and he decides it's finally time for the electric company to run power lines into his house.
aired: Wed, Mar 16, 1966
Sam Drucker is leaving on vacation, and talks Oliver into assuming his duties as deputy sheriff.
A Pig in a Poke
aired: Wed, Mar 9, 1966
Oliver and Lisa leave for New York to attend a reunion of the Harvard Alumni. They are unaware that the Ziffels' pig, Arnold, is a stowaway in the trunk of the car.
The Day of Decision
aired: Wed, Feb 23, 1966
Lisa must decide whether she and Oliver will remain on the farm or go back to New York.
What's in a Name?
aired: Wed, Feb 16, 1966
Ralph, the lady carpenter, becomes enamored of Mr. Kimball, the county agent. However, he refuses to go out with a girl named Ralph.
The Price of Apples
aired: Wed, Feb 9, 1966
Oliver's apple crop is ready to be harvested, and he decides to market them himself.
Sprained Ankle, Country Style
aired: Wed, Feb 2, 1966
Oliver falls through the roof and sprains his ankle while putting up a TV antenna.
Lisa Bakes a Cake
aired: Wed, Jan 26, 1966
Oliver is annoyed when Lisa puts a listing in the new phone book: 'Oliver Douglas, Attorney at Law.' Unfortunately, nobody calls for his services.
I Didn't Raise My Husband to Be a Fireman
aired: Wed, Jan 19, 1966
Oliver discovers the only requirement to join the Hooterville Valley Fire Department is that he must play a musical instrument.
Give Me Land, Lots of Land
aired: Wed, Jan 5, 1966
Oliver buys 140 acres of land adjoining his property, excluding the farmhouse on it. Lisa misunderstands and thinks the farmhouse is their new home.
How to Enlarge a Bedroom
aired: Wed, Dec 29, 1965
After persistent pleas from Lisa, Oliver agrees to have the bedroom enlarged.
What Happened in Scranton?
aired: Wed, Dec 22, 1965
Lisa decides to bring a little culture and charm to Hooterville by means of a beauty parlor.
The Wedding Anniversary
aired: Wed, Dec 15, 1965
It's the Douglases' wedding anniversary. Oliver remembers the date but cannot recall the exact number of years he and Lisa have been married.
Lisa Has a Calf
aired: Wed, Dec 8, 1965
The cow Oliver bought from Mr. Haney is pregnant. Eb is afraid that if Mr. Haney finds out, he will claim that the calf belongs to him.
Parity Begins at Home
aired: Wed, Nov 24, 1965
Oliver plants his entire 160 acres with wheat, only to hear from the Conservation of Stabilization Committee, a local farm organization, that he is not allowed to do so.
Don't Call Us, We'll Call You
aired: Wed, Nov 17, 1965
Oliver finally has a phone installed, but the Hooterville Phone Company installs it directly outside his bedroom window--on top of the telephone pole.
You Can't Plug in a 2 With a 6
aired: Wed, Nov 10, 1965
Relying on statistics provided by the Department of Agriculture, Oliver plants wheat. His neighbors, using Mrs. Ziffel's lumbago to predict a crop, plant corn.
Lisa, the Helpmate
aired: Wed, Nov 3, 1965
When Oliver sends a sample of his soil to the State Scientific College a report comes back that his farm contains ingredients never before found in soil.
aired: Wed, Oct 27, 1965
It's plowing time and Oliver runs into trouble with equipment bought from Mr. Haney. The neighbors come to the rescue and plow the field in time for planting.
Furniture, Who's Got the Furniture?
aired: Wed, Oct 20, 1965
The Douglases are awaiting the arrival of their furniture. When it is accidentally delivered to Mr. Haney, he tries to sell them their own possessions.
My Husband the Rooster Renter
aired: Wed, Oct 13, 1965
Oliver calls in a roofer, a plumber and an agricultural expert. All of them give the same appraisal of his farm: a disaster.
The Best Laid Plans
aired: Wed, Oct 6, 1965
The Hooterville rumor mill has it that Lisa packed up and left Oliver. Actually, she went back to New York to close up their penthouse apartment.
aired: Wed, Sep 29, 1965
Oliver and Lisa call in a decorator to begin a major overhaul of their dilapidated farm.
Lisa's First Day On the Farm
aired: Wed, Sep 22, 1965
Oliver brings his wife Lisa to their new home, a ramshackle farm near Hooterville.
Oliver Buys a Farm
aired: Wed, Sep 15, 1965
Oliver Wendell Holmes, a big city lawyer who longs for a farm of his own, takes the big step and buys a spread near Hooterville. Eddie Albert stars as the attorney with the hankering for the soil, Eva Gabor plays his wife, Lisa, whose response to the news of his farm purchase is decidedly explosive.