Episode: 064 | Aired: September 30, 1962
Andy and Barney believe Opie is letting his imagination get the best of him when the boy describes a new friend who jingles when he walks and has 12 extra hands. Look For: Karl Swenson (Mr. McBeevee) went on to play Lars Hansen on The Little House on the Prairie series.
Episode: 065 | Aired: October 07, 1962
Upon discovering that Peggy comes from a wealthy family, Andy begins to worry that he is too unsophisticated for her.
Episode: 066 | Aired: October 14, 1962
Andy butts heads with the town's strict new mayor (Parley Baer). Look For: Parley Baer in his first appearance as Mayor Stoner.
Episode: 067 | Aired: October 21, 1962
Peggy looks after Andy and Opie while Aunt Bee is away, but Floyds teasing causes Andy to wonder if marriage is on her mind.
Episode: 068 | Aired: October 28, 1962
When cows in Mayberry begin to disappear, Mayor Stoner brings in a special investigator.
Episode: 069 | Aired: November 04, 1962
Barney, believing that Andy has split up with Peggy, begins a find-a-girl-for-Andy movement. Look For: Lydia Crosswaithe and her list of dislikes.
Episode: 070 | Aired: November 11, 1962
Barney is intimidated by a pair of ordinance-breaking produce farmers.
Episode: 071 | Aired: November 18, 1962
Andy schemes to get the ragtag Mayberry Band into a Raleigh band festival. Look For: Norman Leavitt as a councilman named Ralph. You may recognize him as Wally, the filling station owner.
Episode: 072 | Aired: November 25, 1962
Lonely Hearts Correspondence Club member Floyd Lawson is about to meet his wealthy widowed pen pal. The trouble is Floyd has misrepresented himself as a millionaire.
Episode: 073 | Aired: December 02, 1962
Opie senses a change in his relationship with his father when Andy begins dating Peggy MacMillan. Factoid: Joanna Moore, who plays Peggy MacMillan, is the former wife of actor Ryan O'Neal and the mother of actress Tatum O' Neal.
Episode: 074 | Aired: December 09, 1962
Barney and Floyd become the unwitting (and hilarious) victims of three female escapees.
Episode: 075 | Aired: December 16, 1962
Aunt Bee hints that a frilly bed jacket would be a wonderful gift for her upcoming birthday. Is Andy listening?
Episode: 076 | Aired: December 24, 1962
Barney is nervous after he tickets the governor's chauffeur for illegal parking. Could his job be in jeopardy? Look For: Mayor Stoner on the phone with his close friend the governor; Rance Howard, father of Ron and Clint Howard, appearing as the bus governor's chauffeur as well as the spelling of 'Noth Capolnja' on the license plate.
Episode: 079 | Aired: December 30, 1962
Opie is dismayed when his friends fall under the influence of a wayward nine-year-old. Dont Miss: Barney's incarceration lecture to a group of boys.
Episode: 077 | Aired: December 31, 1962
A harried Charlotte businessman finds himself stranded in Mayberry. Look For: Jim Nabors' first appearance as Gomer Pyle.
Episode: 078 | Aired: January 07, 1963
Barney believes that the Mayberry Security Bank is an easy target for robbers. Look For: Clint Howard as Leon, the little cowboy with a peanut butter sandwich.
Episode: 080 | Aired: January 20, 1963
A man Andy once shot and sent to prison decides to pay him a visit to set the record straight. Barney is very concerned.
Episode: 081 | Aired: January 27, 1963
Farmer Cy Hudgins' goat Jimmy may have consumed a large quantity of dynamite. Guest Star: Bing Russell, father of actor Kurt Russell, appears as blasting engineer Mr. Burton.
Episode: 082 | Aired: February 03, 1963
Andy and Barney orchestrate and attend a very memorable class reunion. Look For: Andy and Barney singing 'Mayberry Union High.'
Episode: 083 | Aired: February 10, 1963
Farmer Rafe Hollister auditions for the Ladies League Musicale and snobbery rears its ugly head.Factoid: Jack Prince, who portrays Rafe Hollister, was a noted Big Band vocalist.
Episode: 084 | Aired: February 17, 1963
A selfish and spoiled new kid in town sets a poor example for Opie.
Episode: 085 | Aired: February 24, 1963
A wayward young man, whom Andy is trying to help, is accused of a series of thefts at Wally's filling station.
Episode: 086 | Aired: March 03, 1963
Opie experiences trouble with history and is not exactly thrilled with his new teacher Old Lady Crump (Aneta Corsaut). Look For: Barney explaining the Emancipation Proclamation.
Episode: 087 | Aired: March 10, 1963
Andy suspects that a traveling medicine man's magic Indian Elixir may be responsible for Aunt Bee's uplifted spirits. Look For: Colonel Harvey (John Dehner) showing Opie Indian smoke signals and speaking the Shawnee language.
Episode: 088 | Aired: March 17, 1963
An eccentric musical mountain family descends into Mayberry to welcome home a soon-to-be member of the clan. Guest Star: Denver Pyle and bluegrass band The Dillards.
Episode: 089 | Aired: March 24, 1963
While bicycling across America, an English valet (Bernard Fox) falls into trouble and is forced to take a temporary job in Mayberry. Guest Star: Bernard Fox makes his first of three appearances as Malcolm Merriweather. He is also known as Doctor Bombay from Bewitched.
Episode: 090 | Aired: March 31, 1963
Barney purchases his first car from a kindly little lady (Ellen Corby). Neither the car nor its former owner are as advertised. Factoid: This is Andy Griffith's favorite episode. Guest Stars: Ellen Corby, best known for her role as Grandma on The Waltons and Allan Melvin who would go on to play Sam the Butcher on The Brady Bunch and best friend to Archie Bunker on All in the Family.
Episode: 091 | Aired: April 07, 1963
When Opie's young girlfriend ignores him, the lad finds himself a new one-- Thelma Lou. Barney is not amused.
Episode: 092 | Aired: April 14, 1963
Barney does his best to find an eligible young woman for Andy.
Episode: 093 | Aired: April 21, 1963
Andy, Barney and Opie find themselves sharing the courthouse with 11 dogs. To complicate matters, a jailhouse inspector is expected at any moment. Look For: Andy's hangover cure for Otis and Barney's famous 'Giraffes are Selfish' monologue.
Episode: 094 | Aired: April 28, 1963
Briscoe Darling enlists Andy and Barney's aid in keeping wild mountain man Ernest T. Bass (Howard Morris) at bay. Look For: Ernest T. Bass chanting 'Old Aunt Maria' while rapping on a gas can.
Episode: 095 | Aired: May 05, 1963
Barney and a newly deputized Gomer Pyle are put in charge of things while Andy participates in a manhunt. George Kennedy appears as a Memphis detective. Look For: Barney's Rules of the Rock.