Episode: 169 | Aired: September 05, 1967
The Clampetts learn that they have inherited a castle and prepare for a journey to England. Guest star: Paul Lynde.
Episode: 170 | Aired: September 12, 1967
The Clampett arrive in London where Granny encounters difficulty with both the customs inspector and an English "druggist."
Episode: 171 | Aired: September 19, 1967
The Clampetts arrive at their inherited English castle, confusion reigns, and Jethro insists on acting like a medieval knight.
Episode: 172 | Aired: September 26, 1967
The Clampetts pay $10 million tax on their castle in England, turn the place over to the staff and leave for home.
Episode: 173 | Aired: October 03, 1967
Jethro continues to masquerade as the Robin Hood of Griffith Park and draws the admiring allegiance of a band of hippies.
Episode: 174 | Aired: October 10, 1967
When Jethro gets his draft notice, he buys himself a surplus army tank and a general's uniform and begins his own training.
Episode: 175 | Aired: October 17, 1967
Jethro's military career comes to a screeching halt when Army psychiatrists refuse to believe his family is for real.
Episode: 176 | Aired: October 24, 1967
A rival banker arranges a date for Elly May with a handsome model, so Drysdale counters by furnishing "Mr. Universe" as an escort.
Episode: 177 | Aired: October 31, 1967
Two confused salesman attempt to sell Jed a cemetery plot for a much-alive Granny.
Episode: 178 | Aired: November 07, 1967
The Clampetts entertain a lady blacksmith, the social leader of hillbilly society.
Episode: 179 | Aired: November 14, 1967
Bent on a military career, Jethro experiments with underwater demolition while practicing to be a Navy frogman in the swimming pool.
Episode: 180 | Aired: November 21, 1967
When Granny spies on a group of movie actors dressed as Union soldiers, she prepares to go to war with them.
Episode: 181 | Aired: November 28, 1967
Granny recruits her own commandos against the Union when she thinks battle scenes for a Civil War are the real thing.
Episode: 182 | Aired: December 05, 1967
Granny thinks she has captured General Ulysses S. Grant and sets out to woo him by donning a bathing suit.
Episode: 183 | Aired: December 12, 1967
Jethro can't get himself a part in a television series, but Elly May's pet ape wins a starring role.
Episode: 184 | Aired: December 19, 1967
Granny paints a picture to help Mrs. Drysdale win the Beverly Hills Culture Committee Award.
Episode: 185 | Aired: December 26, 1967
Granny quits trying to persuade Elly May to marry movie star Dash Riprock and decides to help plain Jane Hathaway hook him.
Episode: 186 | Aired: January 02, 1968
Despite Granny's protest, Jed and banker Drysdale hire a housekeeper who quickly gets on Granny's nerves.
Episode: 187 | Aired: January 09, 1968
Jethro becomes the operator of a dilapidated diner when Jed Clampett decides to set his nephew up in the restaurant business.
Episode: 188 | Aired: January 16, 1968
Jethro adopts a "topless" policy at this diner - by removing the caps from himself and his waitress, Elly May.
Episode: 189 | Aired: January 23, 1968
Granny gets homesick for sight of snow, and Mrs. Drysdale arranges for a blizzard to hit Beverly Hills.
Episode: 190 | Aired: January 30, 1968
Granny's fighting mood in inflamed by a woman's wrestling match on television and she joins the fray.
Episode: 191 | Aired: February 06, 1968
The Hillbillies gird for a tag-team wrestling match after Granny defeats the Boston Strong Girl.
Episode: 192 | Aired: February 20, 1968
Because she feels sorry about the lack of romance in Jane Hathaway's life, Granny forces Jethro to propose, expecting Jane to refuse.
Episode: 193 | Aired: February 27, 1968
Banker Drysdale hires the world's greatest violin virtuoso to teach Jethro to play the fiddle. Guest stars Hans Conried.
Episode: 194 | Aired: March 05, 1968
Granny thinks a soap opera program is real and sets out to rescue an actor patient who is about to undergo a serious operation.
Episode: 195 | Aired: March 12, 1968
Granny becomes enraged when Elly May's herd of canine friends trample her every time she announces a meal is ready.
Episode: 196 | Aired: March 19, 1968
Granny convinces herself that she has the gift of prophecy and stars making doubtful predictions for her family and friends.
Episode: 197 | Aired: March 26, 1968
Granny plans the first head transplant in history when banker Drysdale is hurt in a fracas with his wife.
Episode: 198 | Aired: April 02, 1968
Cousin Roy arrives from the hills as advance man for Granny's hated rival Myrtle Halsey, noted distiller of "medicine."