Episode: 139 | Aired: September 13, 1966
Granny, who used to spend 10 hours a day on her party line back home, demands a party-line phone in Beverly Hills, too.
Episode: 140 | Aired: September 20, 1966
Granny hopes to win Elly May a husband by entering an old hillbilly dish in a recipe contest and signing Elly May's name to it.
Episode: 141 | Aired: September 27, 1966
Jethro falls for a waitress, who gives him the brush-off -- until she learns he's a friend of handsome movie idol Dash Riprock.
Episode: 142 | Aired: October 04, 1966
Blackmailers use hidden photographic and recording devices to trap unsuspecting Jed Clampett.
Episode: 143 | Aired: October 11, 1966
Having failed in their attempt to fleece Jed Clampett, a pair of blackmailers turn their attention to banker Drysdale.
Episode: 144 | Aired: October 18, 1966
Jethro shops around for a gorilla when Elly May's pet chimpanzee proves too small to relieve him of his household chores.
Episode: 145 | Aired: October 25, 1966
The Clampetts beg banker Drysdale to arrange the return of their gorilla chore-boy, Herby.
Episode: 146 | Aired: November 01, 1966
Jed runs for Smog Commissioner when the incumbent stops Granny from cooking up her smog-producing homemade lye soap.
Episode: 147 | Aired: November 08, 1966
Marvin and Marita, impoverished exponents of the dance, introduce the Clampetts to the art of terpsichore.
Episode: 148 | Aired: November 15, 1966
Millionaire Jed Clampett finds a job as a garbage collector because he's weary of loafing.
Episode: 149 | Aired: November 22, 1966
Granny is pursued simultaneously by two elderly swains, each of whom is after her money. Guest star: Charles Ruggles
Episode: 150 | Aired: November 29, 1966
The Clampetts arrange a career comeback for an idol of the silent screen. Guest star: Gloria Swanson
Episode: 151 | Aired: December 06, 1966
Girl crazy Jethro tries to join Biddle's Bird Watchers after he spots a beauty in the ranks of the for-women-only club.
Episode: 152 | Aired: December 13, 1966
Recognizing the homespun sincerity of Jed and Granny, an advertising man persuades them to appear in a TV soap commercial.
Episode: 153 | Aired: December 20, 1966
The Clampetts broaden their Beverly Hills experience by working as temporary Christmas help in a department store.
Episode: 154 | Aired: December 27, 1966
Banker Drysdale hires three midgets to pose as men from outer space in a scheme to garner publicity for his bank.
Episode: 155 | Aired: January 03, 1967
The Clampetts are honored by a distinguished visitor from home: the mayor of Bug Tussle.
Episode: 156 | Aired: January 10, 1967
Banker Drysdale panics when Granny says that she's going to withdraw her 15 million dollars from his bank and go back to the hills.
Episode: 157 | Aired: January 17, 1967
Jed gives away the entire Clampett fortune to three struggling college girls, to banker Drysdale's horror. Guest stars Bernadette Withers.
Episode: 158 | Aired: January 31, 1967
When some Indians claim part of the Clampett oil land, Granny prepares for an all-out war. Guest star: John Wayne.
Episode: 159 | Aired: February 07, 1967
The Hillbillies go a' courting by computer, but only manage to misunderstand the choices of the electronic matchmaker.
Episode: 160 | Aired: February 14, 1967
Jed and Granny throw "a coming out" party for Elly May, and Mrs. Drysdale plots to make the affair a fiasco.
Episode: 161 | Aired: February 21, 1967
After watching lovely admirers engulf El Magnifico, the world's greatest matador, jealous Jethro takes up bullfighting.
Episode: 162 | Aired: February 28, 1967
Mrs. Drysdale hires a pair of fortune-tellers to frighten the Clampetts out of Beverly Hills with dire prophecies.
Episode: 163 | Aired: March 07, 1967
Ex-King Alexander of Sabalia tries to marry wealthy Elly May Clampett because he really hasn't a nickel to his name.
Episode: 164 | Aired: March 14, 1967
The Clampetts acquire a hippopotamus when an advertising scheme originated by baker Drysdale backfires.
Episode: 165 | Aired: March 21, 1967
It's spring again and Granny tries to dispense her free tonic at the bank, resulting in another run-in with Dr. Clayburn.
Episode: 166 | Aired: March 28, 1967
Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs revisit the Clampetts and Mrs. Flatt takes a screen test with Jethro acting as her director.
Episode: 167 | Aired: April 11, 1967
Banker Milburn Drysdale's precocious 11-year-old nephew swindles the hillbillies of all the valuable art objects in their mansion.
Episode: 168 | Aired: April 18, 1967
Mrs. Drysdale's attempt to grow prize-winning dahlias renews her feud with Granny.