Episode: 199 | Aired: September 24, 1968
Jed decides to withdraw his 80 million dollars from Drysdale's bank and give it to "poverty stricken" England.
Episode: 200 | Aired: October 01, 1968
The Clampetts invade England again to visit their castle and to return Canada (which they have purchased) to the Queen.
Episode: 201 | Aired: October 08, 1968
Drysdale orders his secretary Jane to pose as Queen Elizabeth I, whom the Hillbillies think is still England's ruler.
Episode: 202 | Aired: October 15, 1968
Jethro falls for a beautiful Scot, but his hillbilly kin mistake her for her hulking brother in kilts and think Jethro is crazy.
Episode: 203 | Aired: October 22, 1968
Baker Drysdale arranges for the "ghost" to scare the Clampetts out of their English Castle and home to Beverly Hills.
Episode: 204 | Aired: October 29, 1968
Granny plans a trip to Hooterville but gets sidetracked when she thinks that Jed is planning to marry Miss Hathaway.
Episode: 205 | Aired: November 05, 1968
Jethro hires a cook, a gorgeous Italian girl who cooks masterfully but doesn't know a word of English.
Episode: 206 | Aired: November 12, 1968
Jethro begins dressing and acting like the noblest Roman of them all to win the hand of Maria, the beautiful Italian cook.
Episode: 207 | Aired: November 19, 1968
The Hillbillies get to play the part of gangsters when Mr. Drysadle makes a commercial film for his bank.
Episode: 208 | Aired: November 26, 1968
The Hillbillies travel to Hooterville to spend Thanksgiving with their friends from "Petticoat Junction" and "Green Acres." Guest stars Eva Gabor and June Lockhart.
Episode: 209 | Aired: December 03, 1968
Banker Drysdale has Dash Riprock pose as farm boy Homer Noodleman to try and win Elly May.
Episode: 210 | Aired: December 10, 1968
Jethro tells Jed and Granny that they're no longer "with it" and trades the old family car for a new and powerful hot rod.
Episode: 211 | Aired: December 17, 1968
The hillbillies head for a Christmas in Hooterville - and a possible wedding for Granny and Sam Drucker.
Episode: 212 | Aired: December 24, 1968
The hillbillies spend the Christmas holiday in Hooterville, where Eb courts Elly May and Granny pursues Sam Drucker.
Episode: 213 | Aired: December 31, 1968
Banker Drysdale is jailed for transporting Granny's "white lightning" and Elly May's drunken bear in Jethro's truck.
Episode: 214 | Aired: January 07, 1969
Banker Drysdale comes down with the flu and "doctor" Granny tries to treat him with her moonshine "serum."
Episode: 215 | Aired: January 21, 1969
Jethro sets himself up in an office in Drysdale's bank as a Hollywood talent agent.
Episode: 216 | Aired: January 28, 1969
Jethro turns down cousin Roy as a client for his new Hollywood talent agency.
Episode: 217 | Aired: February 04, 1969
Drysdale finally gets a paying tenant for the fifth floor of his bank building - by evicting Jethro and renting it to Jed.
Episode: 218 | Aired: February 11, 1969
A building inspector probes the strangely assorted Jed Clampett enterprises on the fifth floor of Drysdale's bank building.
Episode: 219 | Aired: February 18, 1969
Banker Drysdale hires troubleshooter Homer Bedloe to evict the Clampetts from his building's fifth floor.
Episode: 220 | Aired: February 25, 1969
A beautiful secretary at Drysdale's bank breaks the heel of her shoe and hobbles to "cobbler" Jed Clampett for help.
Episode: 221 | Aired: March 04, 1969
Sam Drucker of "Petticoat Junction" wins a trip to Hollywood and Granny assumes that he's come to marry her.
Episode: 222 | Aired: March 11, 1969
Jethro reads a book about yoga and decides to become a guru, much to Granny's disgust.
Episode: 223 | Aired: March 18, 1969
When the Clampetts take up jogging as a hobby, Mr. Drysdale puts on a jogging suit to trot along and seek new business for his bank.
Episode: 224 | Aired: March 25, 1969
The Drysdale sell their mansion to singer Pat Boone, who is intrigued by Granny's steaming backyard kettle of hillbilly stew. Guest star: Pat Boone.