Episode: 190 | Aired: September 12, 1966
Opie doesn't get along with Helen's visiting niece from West Virginia. Look For: Opie hiding his black eye.
Episode: 191 | Aired: September 19, 1966
Who in the world blackballed a nice guy like Howard Sprague from joining the Mayberry lodge with the great name of the Regal Order of the Golden Door to Good Fellowship?
Episode: 192 | Aired: September 26, 1966
Andy realizes that he should not have allowed a prisoner to join the Mayberry barbershop quartet, when the young man escapes. Look For: Floyd asking, 'What are you gonna do, Andy?'
Episode: 193 | Aired: October 03, 1966
Andy becomes the most despised person in Mayberry when he calls Opie out at home plate in a baseball game against arch rival Mt. Pilot. Factoid: This episode was written by Ron Howard's father, Rance. Ron often mentions this episode as his personal favorite.
Episode: 194 | Aired: October 10, 1966
Aunt Bee becomes the talk of the town when she starts wearing a blonde wig.
Episode: 195 | Aired: October 17, 1966
The Darlings make their final visit to Mayberry in order to find brides for the boys. Look For: Briscoe Darling's nickname for Goober
Episode: 196 | Aired: October 31, 1966
Thanks to Floyd and Aunt Bee, Goober is convinced that he is suffering from whiplash after being in a minor car collision.
Episode: 197 | Aired: November 07, 1966
The Taylor household may never be the same when Andy decides to support Howard for town council rather than Aunt Bee.
Episode: 198 | Aired: November 14, 1966
Helen is called on the carpet by the high school principal for producing a school play with disgraceful behavior by the student actors. Look For: Goober doing an impression of actor, Edward G. Robinson. Or is it Floyd?
Episode: 199 | Aired: November 21, 1966
Opie and Arnold find an abandoned infant on the courthouse steps. Guest Star: Oscar winner Jack Nicholson appears as the baby's father.
Episode: 200 | Aired: November 28, 1966
Mayberry is in an uproar when novice fisherman Howard Sprague catches an elusive silver carp nicknamed Old Sam.
Episode: 201 | Aired: December 05, 1966
Aunt Bee and Clara (Hope Summers) compete in a rose-growing competition. Look For: Aunt Bee and Clara singing the 'Sweetbriar Normal School' song.
Episode: 202 | Aired: December 12, 1966
When Andy is captured by two on-the-lam robbers, it's up to Howard and Otis to become his unlikely heroes.
Episode: 203 | Aired: December 19, 1966
After Goober grows a beard, he starts to believe that he is the smartest man in the world. Look For: Opie questioning Andy about American history.
Episode: 204 | Aired: December 26, 1966
When a young new doctor (William Christopher) replaces old Doc Bennett, many Mayberrians give him a rather chilly reception. Guest Star: William Christopher was a regular on Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.; M*A*S*H fans will recognize him as Father Mulcahy.
Episode: 205 | Aired: January 02, 1967
Floyd and Goober are among the investors in a questionable scheme to unearth a buried treasure. Guest Star: Roger Perry (as con man George Jones) who played Mr. Charles Parker in The Facts of Life.
Episode: 206 | Aired: January 09, 1967
Headaches, misunderstandings and stomach aches ensue when Goober confuses a couple of Andy's telephone messages. Are you ready for spaghetti? Factoid: This is George Lindsey's favorite episode.
Episode: 207 | Aired: January 16, 1967
While visiting Barney in Raleigh, Andy begins to suspect that a rash of supermarket robberies can be traced back to his former deputy's boarding house.
Episode: 208 | Aired: January 23, 1967
Back in Mayberry for a few days, Barney tries to rekindle an old flame who has become a big movie star.
Episode: 209 | Aired: January 30, 1967
Andy's former flame returns to Mayberry and becomes a temporary guest at the Taylors' home -- which doesn't go over well with Helen.
Episode: 210 | Aired: February 06, 1967
Aunt Bee joins Charlie Lee (Keye Luke) as co-owner of Mayberry's new Chinese restaurant.
Episode: 211 | Aired: February 13, 1967
Floyd raises the roof when new landlord Howard Sprague raises the barber's rent. Look For: Andy defending the men in town for loafing around the barber shop.
Episode: 212 | Aired: February 20, 1967
Mayberry decides to erect a statue of Andy's great-great grandfather, the town's greatest benefactor.
Episode: 213 | Aired: February 27, 1967
Helen's negotiations with a handsome book publisher inspire jealousy in Andy, who, in retaliation, takes up with another woman.
Episode: 214 | Aired: March 06, 1967
Opie becomes temporary caretaker of a Mayberry milkman's horse. Trouble occurs when the horse refuses to eat.
Episode: 215 | Aired: March 13, 1967
Opie discovers that football practice and piano lessons are competing for his attention. Guest Star: Mayberry's Junior High School teacher Mr. Jackson is played by Richard Bull, who would later appear as Nels Oleson in Little House on the Prairie.
Episode: 216 | Aired: March 20, 1967
When Howard Sprague personalizes his comedy material and appears on a live television program, he unintentionally offends his friends.
Episode: 217 | Aired: March 27, 1967
Howard volunteers to participate in a Big Brother program, but ends up spending most of his time with his little brother's bigger sister (Elizabeth MacRae).
Episode: 218 | Aired: April 03, 1967
Opie experiences difficulty when he tries to write an essay about his father.
Episode: 219 | Aired: April 10, 1967
Goober's Grab-bag for Cash contest goes awry when he mistakenly issues a bogus $200.00 prize-winning ticket. Guest Star: Rob Reiner (All in the Family's Meathead)
Aired: November 08, 1965
Available until: March 15, 2014
Aired: November 01, 1965
Available until: March 14, 2014
Aired: October 25, 1965
Available until: March 13, 2014
Aired: October 18, 1965
Available until: March 12, 2014
Aired: October 04, 1965
Available until: March 11, 2014