Episode: 096 | Aired: September 30, 1963
Opie kills a mother bird with his slingshot and is forced to become her babies' surrogate mother. Look For: The last scene in this episode.
Episode: 097 | Aired: October 07, 1963
Two of Mayberry's bravest souls, Barney and Gomer, enter an old abandoned (and reportedly haunted) house.
Episode: 098 | Aired: October 14, 1963
When Mayberry's resident wild man is barred from enlisting in the Army, Ernest T. Bass goes on a glass-breaking rampage. Look For: Ernest T. Bass getting his Army physical
Episode: 099 | Aired: October 21, 1963
Inspired by the day's church sermon (What's Your Hurry?), several Mayberrians decide to organize a relaxing band concert.
Episode: 100 | Aired: October 28, 1963
Attracted by her rose poetry and fine cooking, Briscoe Darling kidnaps Aunt Bee. Look For: Briscoe serenading Aunt Bee with 'Low and Lonely.'
Episode: 101 | Aired: November 04, 1963
Gomer, having lost his job and living quarters in one fell swoop, takes up temporary residence in the Taylor household.
Episode: 102 | Aired: November 11, 1963
A truck carrying gold is scheduled to travel through Mayberry while en route to Fort Knox. Guest Star: Doodles Weaver as Regis the tax protester; he's the brother of former NBC president Pat Weaver and the uncle of actress Sigourney Weaver.
Episode: 103 | Aired: November 18, 1963
Opie is rewarded with a new bike after receiving straight As. However, due to a mistake, Opie decides to run away from home. Look For: Deputy Fife's rendition of the Preamble.
Episode: 104 | Aired: November 25, 1963
Barney's dear friend and landlord Mrs. Mendelbright kicks him out of his room after being taken in by an elderly con man. Guest Star: Enid Markey, was the first actress to portray Jane in the 1918 silent movie Tarzan of the Apes.
Episode: 105 | Aired: December 02, 1963
Girl-shy Gomer Pyle is asked to escort Thelma Lou's homely cousin (Mary Grace Canfield), to the Chamber of Commerce dance. Guest Star: Mary Grace Canfield is also known as Ralph Monroe in Green Acres.
Episode: 106 | Aired: December 16, 1963
A war between Barney and Gomer erupts after Barney arrests Gomer for making an illegal U-turn. Factoid: This was Jim Nabors' favorite episode.
Episode: 107 | Aired: December 30, 1963
Opie and his friends are taken in by a dishonest hobo while playing Robin Hood.
Episode: 108 | Aired: January 06, 1964
Barney comes to the rescue when he believes Andy and Helen are trapped in Lost Lover's Cave.
Episode: 109 | Aired: January 13, 1964
Opie gets jealous when Andy pays more attention to a new boy in town who doesn't have a father.
Episode: 110 | Aired: January 20, 1964
Aunt Bee and her friends anger Andy and Barney when they come to the support of a local farmer who is being evicted. Look For: Barney questioning Otis in the third degree.
Episode: 111 | Aired: January 27, 1964
Mayberry is in mayhem after Barney buys an old motorcycle with a sidecar in order to enhance the town's law enforcement. Look For: Listen for Aunt Bee's uncharacteristic remark on how to get rid of the sidecar and Barney.
Episode: 112 | Aired: February 03, 1964
Andy steps into the role of Professor Henry Higgins to transform wild mountain man Ernest T. Bass into a sophisticated gentleman.
Episode: 113 | Aired: February 10, 1964
Andy and Barney fall for a beautiful female prisoner who is being held at the Mayberry jail. Look For: The alluring female prisoner, played by Susan Oliver -- who later portrayed Laura Horton on the soap opera Days of our Lives.
Episode: 114 | Aired: February 17, 1964
Andy and Barney fear for Otis Campbell's safety when he decides to buy a car. Look For: Barney testing Otis' driving skills with toy cars.
Episode: 115 | Aired: February 24, 1964
Barney gets discouraged when Gomer replaces him in the choir. Look For: The role of Sharon is played by Andy Griffith's wife at the time, Barbara Griffith. See her standing next to Barney in the choir.
Episode: 116 | Aired: March 02, 1964
Barney goes to extreme measures in order to discover who is shoplifting at the Department Store. Look For: Barney as a store mannequin.
Episode: 117 | Aired: March 09, 1964
There is no peace for Andy when he leaves Deputy Fife in charge of the courthouse. Factoid: This episode was awarded the prestigious Writer's Guild of America Award for comedy.
Episode: 118 | Aired: March 16, 1964
Andy begins to wish that he hadn't saved Gomer's life when the well-meaning mechanic cannot do enough to repay the debt. Look For: Opie discovering that Andy is pretending to be passed-out!
Episode: 119 | Aired: March 23, 1964
Aunt Bee learns the hard way that buying at bargain prices isn't always the right decision. Look For: Aunt Bee referring to Opie as a naked savage.
Episode: 120 | Aired: March 30, 1964
Charlene Darling Wash enlists the aid of Andy and Barney to use mountain folklore in order to divorce her husband. Guest Star: Bob (Gilligan) Denver as Dud Wash.
Episode: 123 | Aired: April 20, 1964 | Available until: May 25, 2013
Andy believes that Aunt Bee is working too hard, so he asks Malcolm Merriweather to help her with the household duties. Guest Star: Bernard Fox makes his second of three appearances as Malcolm Merriweather. He is also known as Doctor Bombay from Bewitched.
Episode: 125 | Aired: May 04, 1964
When Barney starts taking Thelma Lou for granted, she tosses him a curve by going out with Gomer Pyle.
Episode: 126 | Aired: May 11, 1964
Barney proves to be a poor woodsman and pioneer when he goes on a camping trip with Andy, Gomer, Opie and a group of Opie's friends. Look For: Andy's ghost story about the man with the golden arm.
Episode: 127 | Aired: May 18, 1964
Gomer decides that he wants to join the Marine Corps. Andy attempts to discourage him, but Gomer is determined to succeed. Factoid: This episode serves as the pilot for the successful series of the same name that aired from 1964 to 1969.