Episode: 037 | Aired: September 24, 1963
To humor Granny, Jed fakes illness so that she can resume the doctoring practice that brought her fame in the hills.
Episode: 038 | Aired: October 01, 1963
Granny defies medical opposition to her own brand of mountain medicine as she reveals an astonishing ability to grow hair.
Episode: 039 | Aired: October 08, 1963
The neighbors are aghast when Granny decides to start a vegetable garden on the grounds of the Clampett mansion.
Episode: 040 | Aired: October 15, 1963
Elly May sparks a new trend in understated fashion when she enrolls at a finishing school for pampered rich girls.
Episode: 041 | Aired: October 22, 1963
Dressed as hillbillies, Cynthia Fenwick and her mother call on the Clampetts, thinking they are the new avant-garde social leaders.
Episode: 042 | Aired: October 29, 1963
Jethro, after a man-to-man talk with Jed, wastes no time in finding a girlfriend -- a brassy burlesque dancer.
Episode: 043 | Aired: November 05, 1963
Love-struck Jethro decides he wants to "marry up" with Chickadee Laverne, a brassy burlesque dancer he has brought home.
Episode: 044 | Aired: November 12, 1963
Jed Clampett receives the startling news that his multi-million dollar account is overdrawn in the amount of $34.70.
Episode: 045 | Aired: November 19, 1963
Following the advice of J.D. Clampett, an imposter and unemployed actor, the Clampetts decide to go Hollywood in a big way.
Episode: 046 | Aired: November 26, 1963
Plans for a holiday feast at the Clampett mansion go awry when Elly makes a pet of the Thanksgiving turkey.
Episode: 047 | Aired: December 03, 1963
Mrs. Drysdale, giving a lavish garden party, finds to her horror that she is losing her guests to the lively Clampetts next door.
Episode: 048 | Aired: December 10, 1963
Jed decides that his tomboy daughter Elly, who has taken up motorcycle riding as a hobby, needs a mother to make her a lady.
Episode: 049 | Aired: December 17, 1963
The Clampetts try unsuccessfully to participate in some of the more civilized pleasures of Beverly Hills.
Episode: 050 | Aired: December 24, 1963
Christmas Day finds the Clampetts somewhat befuddled by their expensive gifts, all from banker Milburn Drysdale.
Episode: 051 | Aired: December 31, 1963
Quirt Manly, celebrated star of TV Westerns, is invited to the Clampett mansion to try to tame Elly May.
Episode: 052 | Aired: January 07, 1964
An Australian banker sends Drysdale a kangaroo as a joke and Granny thinks she has discovered a giant jackrabbit.
Episode: 053 | Aired: January 14, 1964
A young beauty contest winner from the hills and her opportunistic father come to visit Jethro -- with marriage on their minds.
Episode: 054 | Aired: January 21, 1964
Backwoods freeloader Lafe Crick lingers at the Jed Clampett mansion as an unwanted guest in search of an easy fortune.
Episode: 055 | Aired: February 04, 1964
Elly May Clampett enters - and almost wins - the Miss Beverly Hills beauty contest. Guests star Robert Cummings.
Episode: 056 | Aired: February 11, 1964
Still trying to get his hands on the Clampett millions, Lafe Crick pays a return visit, ostensibly to give Granny a pawpaw tree.
Episode: 057 | Aired: February 18, 1964
Lafe Crick brings his hillbilly son Dub to Beverly Hills to court Elly May.
Episode: 058 | Aired: February 25, 1964
The Clampetts embark on an unusual fishing trip - at the famed Marineland of the Pacific.
Episode: 059 | Aired: March 10, 1964
Jane Hathaway comes up with a unique idea on how to find a wife for Jed Clampett, with disastrous results.
Episode: 060 | Aired: March 17, 1964
One of Granny's pets is ill, and Elly May irks her by calling a vet. A door-to-door salesman comes peddling bug spray, and Granny mistakes him for the veterinarian. Guest star: Mark Goddard
Episode: 061 | Aired: March 24, 1964
Granny's old-fashioned ways of predicting the weather are pitted against the Weather Bureau's advanced technology.
Episode: 062 | Aired: March 31, 1964
Several of Beverly Hills more prominent citizens are more than a little affected when they sample Granny's potent spring tonic.
Episode: 063 | Aired: April 07, 1964
Invited to the dignified groundbreaking for a new bank, the Clampetts confuse the event with an old-fashioned "barn-raisin'."
Episode: 064 | Aired: April 14, 1964
Two Beverly Hills tycoons continue to probe the mysterious doings of that inscrutable financial wizard, J.D. Clampett.
Episode: 065 | Aired: April 21, 1964
The Clampetts, on the advice of banker Drysdale, become the owners of the most exclusive dress shop in Beverly Hills. Guest star: Natalie Schafer.
Episode: 066 | Aired: April 28, 1964
The Clampetts new exclusive dress shop becomes The House of Granny -- complete with a cracker barrel, potbellied stove and more.
Episode: 067 | Aired: May 05, 1964
Snooty Mrs. Drysdale mistakes Elly May for a European princess and excitedly plans a very lavish party in her honor.
Episode: 068 | Aired: May 12, 1964
Jed does business his own way when Drysdale forms Clampco, Inc. for tax purposes and makes Jed president.
Episode: 069 | Aired: May 19, 1964
Granny and gasoline prove a terrifying mixture when, after a taxi ride, Granny decides she must learn to drive. Guest star: Mel Blanc.
Episode: 070 | Aired: May 26, 1964
Banker Drysdale's remedy for Granny's homesickness starts the first social revolution in the history of Beverly Hills.
Episode: 071 | Aired: June 02, 1964
Jed and Drysdale foil Mrs. Drysdale plan to tear down the cabin her husband built for Granny on the Clampett estate.
Episode: 072 | Aired: June 09, 1964
When Jethro misses his graduation from sixth grade, Skipper the chimp pinch-hits for him.