Jane learns her new boyfriend is a fortune hunter who wants to marry Elly and her millions.
A fortune hunter (Mike Minor) pretends to be a descendant of Davy Crockett.
Dick Bremerkamp, a penniless actor, learns the Clampetts are millionaires and courts Elly.
Jethro leaves home when he learns his ugly childhood sweetheart is coming for a visit.
Elly gets a job at Mr. Drysdale's bank and shares an apartment with Jane.
Granny and Elly, assured of their equal rights, return to the Clampett mansion.
Jed and Jethro enjoy living like Asian potentates, waited on by three Japanese girls.
Granny and Elly move out and are replaced by a trio of Japanese women.
Granny and Elly join the women's rights movement, leaving all the chores to Jed and Jethro.
Drysdale's downtrodden bank secretaries organize a fight for better wages and working conditions.
The Clampetts, encouraged by Mr. Drysdale, guard Malibu Beach from the grunion.
The Clampetts man the battlements in preparation for an invasion of grunion.
Granny is finally convinced that Elly's boyfriend is a human being -- not half frog.
Granny thinks Shorty has turned into a seal because he ignored her warnings about the swimming pool.
Granny sends back home to the hills for Shorty to help break up Elly's romance with Mark Templeton.
Frogman Templeton unsuccessfully tries to convince Granny that man's future lies on the ocean floor.
Granny battles to keep her family out of the swimming pool, convinced they'll turn into frogs if they get wet.
Granny takes a sleeping potion and has a nightmare in which Elly marries a frog.
Granny consults a psychiatrist to keep frogman Templeton from turning into a real frog.
Granny, convinced Elly's boyfriend is half-frog, attempts to cure him.
Romance enters Elly's life when Navy Lt. Templeton visits the Clampetts.
Shifty Shafer sells Jed the Capitol, the Pentagon and other choice real estate in the Washington area.
The Clampetts travel to Washington to give the president their fortune to help fight pollution.
The Clampetts plan a trip to Washington to give the president their fortune to fight air pollution.
Jed prepares to underwrite con man Honest John's scheme to drill a channel in the mountains.
The Clampetts again meet "Honest John," the confidence man who had sold them half of Manhattan.
The Clampett mansion is set up as a hotel for women, and Mr. Drysdale decides he can extort some money.
The Clampetts leave Shorty temporarily in charge of the mansion, and he turns it into a hotel for women.
The Clampetts set up a miniature farm so Shorty's bride can sample farm life.
Shorty again short circuits fiancee Elverna's wedding plans, this time by marrying Mr. Drysdale's secretary.
Jed and Shad Heller discover it's a full-time job keeping Shorty corralled until his marriage to Elverna.
Shorty gets off the marital hook by convincing his eager bride-to-be that he is an inveterate gambler.
The hillbillies unsuccessfully conspire to get Shorty Kellems married to Elverna Bradshaw.
Jed and Shad Heller conspire to line up Shorty Kellems as a husband for Widow Bradshaw.
Jed forms an airline with farmer Howard Hewes, then Drysdale gets involved.
The Clampetts visit Hooterville, and Jed arranges to go into the airline business with pilot Steve Elliott.
Drysdale loses an office to his wife's nephew.
Mrs. Drysdale's nephew leaves the Air Force.
Granny punishes Jethro for leading too wild a Hollywood life with Shorty Kellems.
Trying to get Shorty to deposit money in his bank, Mr. Drysdale plies the mountaineer with girls and games.
Shorty Kellems, proprietor of the hotel in Silver Dollar, sells out and moves west to join the Clampetts.
Granny insists she doesn't need glasses, although she thinks a pet seal is Elly's new boyfriend.
Drysdale and Jane arrive in New York to persuade the Clampetts to return home.
A con man sells Central Park to the Clampetts, then unloads three other landmarks on them.
Elly's wedding is off, so Jed plans to buy Central Park and move to New York to find another eligible suitor.
The Clampetts rehearse for Elly's wedding to backwoodsman Matthew Templeton.
Birdwatcher Jane Hathaway hikes into the woods and finds a man for Elly.
Granny continues her efforts to get Elly married, extolling her virtues to every bachelor she meets.
The Clampetts arrive in the mountain town of Silver Dollar City, where Granny starts a feud.
The hillbillies move back to the hills to find Elly a husband, much to Mr. Drysdale's dismay.
The Drysdales sell their mansion to singer Pat Boone, who is intrigued by Granny's cooking.
When the Clampetts take up jogging, Mr. Drysdale joins in to seek new business for his bank.
Jethro reads a book about yoga and decides to become a guru, much to Granny's disgust.
Sam Drucker, of "Petticoat Junction," wins a trip to Hollywood, and Granny assumes he is coming to marry her.
A beautiful secretary at Drysdale's bank breaks the heel of her shoe and hobbles to "cobbler" Jed for help.
Mr. Drysdale hires troubleshooter Homer Bedloe to evict the Clampetts from his building's fifth floor.
A building inspector probes the strangely assorted Clampett enterprises on the fifth floor of Drysdale's bank.
Mr. Drysdale finally gets a paying tenant for the fifth floor of his bank -- by evicting Jethro and renting to Jed.
Jethro turns down Cousin Roy as a client for his new Hollywood talent agency.
Jethro sets himself up as a Hollywood talent agent in Drysdale's bank.
Mr. Drysdale comes down with the flu, and Granny tries to treat him with her moonshine "serum.".
Mr. Drysdale is jailed for transporting Granny's "white lightning" and Elly's drunken bear in Jethro's truck.
The hillbillies spend the Christmas holidays in Hooterville, where Eb courts Elly, and Granny pursues Sam.
The hillbillies head for a Christmas in Hooterville -- and a possible wedding for Granny.
Jethro tells Jed and Granny they're no longer "with it" and trades the family truck for a new hot rod.
Mr. Drysdale has Dash Riprock pose as farm boy Homer Noodleman to try to win Elly.
The Clampetts travel to Hooterville to spend Thanksgiving with their friends.
The hillbillies get to play the part of gangsters when Mr. Drysdale makes a commercial for his bank.
Jethro begins dressing and acting like the noblest Roman of them all to win the hand of Marie, the cook.
Jethro hires a gorgeous Italian girl who cooks masterfully but doesn't know a word of English.
Granny plans a trip to Hooterville but gets sidetracked when she thinks that Jed is planning to marry.
Mr. Drysdale arranges for a "ghost" to scare the Clampetts out of England and back home.
Jethro falls for a beautiful Scot, but his hillbilly kin confuse her for her hulking brother in kilts and think Jethro is crazy.
Drysdale orders Jane to pose as Queen Elizabeth I, who the hillbillies think is still England's ruler.
The Clampetts invade England again to visit their castle and return Canada to the Queen.
Jed decides to withdraw his $80 million from the bank and give it to England.
Cousin Roy arrives from the hills as advance man for Granny's hated rival, Myrtle Halsey.
Granny plans the first head transplant in history when Mr. Drysdale is hurt in a fracas with his wife.
Granny convinces herself that she has the gift of prophecy and starts making predictions.
Granny becomes enraged when Elly's pack of dogs tramples her every time she announces a meal is ready.
Granny thinks a soap opera is real and sets out to rescue an actor whose character is about to undergo a serious operation.
Banker Drysdale hires the world's greatest violin virtuoso to teach Jethro to play the fiddle.
Granny forces Jethro to propose to Hathaway.
The family gathers for a tag-team wrestling match after Granny defeats the Boston Strong Girl.
Granny's fighting mood is inflamed by a women's wrestling match on TV, and she joins the fray.
Granny gets homesick for the sight of snow, so Mr. Drysdale arranges for a blizzard to hit Beverly Hills.
Jethro adopts a topless policy at his diner.
Jethro becomes the operator of a dilapidated diner when Jed decides to set his nephew up in the restaurant business.
Despite Granny's protests, Jed hires a housekeeper who quickly gets on Granny's nerves.
Granny quits trying to persuade Elly to marry movie star Dash Riprock and decides to help Jane Hathaway hook him.
Granny paints a picture to help Mrs. Drysdale win the Beverly Hills Culture Committee Award.
Jethro can't get a part in a television series, but Elly's pet ape wins a starring role.
Granny thinks she has captured Gen. Grant and sets out to woo him by donning a bathing suit.
Granny recruits her own commandos against the Union when she thinks battle scenes for a Civil War movie are the real thing.
When Granny spies a group of movie actors dressed as Union soldiers, she prepares to go to war with them.
Bent on a military career, Jethro experiments with underwater demolition while training to join the Navy.
The Clampetts entertain a lady blacksmith, the social leader of hillbilly society.
Two confused salesmen attempt to sell Jed a cemetery plot for a much-alive Granny.
A rival banker arranges a date for Elly with a handsome model, so Drysdale counters by furnishing "Mr. Universe" as an escort.
Jethro's military career comes to a halt when psychiatrists won't believe his family is real.
When Jethro gets his draft notice, he buys himself a surplus Army tank and a general's uniform and begins his own training.
Jethro continues to masquerade as Robin Hood of Griffith Park and draws the allegiance of a band of hippies.
The Clampetts have to pay $10 million tax on their castle in England.
The Clampetts arrive at their inherited English castle, and Jethro insists on acting like a medieval knight.
The Clampetts arrive in London, where Granny encounters difficulty.
The Clampetts learn that they have inherited a castle and prepare for a journey to England.
Mrs. Drysdale's attempt to grow prize-winning dahlias renews her feud with Granny.
Mr. Drysdale's 11-year-old nephew swindles the Clampetts out of all their valuable art objects.
Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs revisit the Clampetts.
Granny's attempt to dispense her free tonic at the bank results in another run-in with Dr. Clyburn.
The Clampetts acquire a hippopotamus when an advertising scheme by Mr. Drysdale backfires.
The ex-King Alexander of Sabalia tries to marry wealthy Elly May because he is poor.
Mrs. Drysdale hires a pair of fortunetellers to frighten the Clampetts out of Beverly Hills with dire prophecies.
After watching female admirers swoon over El Magnifico, the world's greatest matador, Jethro takes up bullfighting.
Jed and Granny throw a "comin' out" party for Elly, and Mrs. Drysdale plans to make the affair a fiasco.
The family goes courting by computer but only manages to misunderstand the choices of the electronic matchmaker.
When some American Indians claim part of the Clampett oil land, Granny prepares for an all-out war.
Jed gives away the entire Clampett fortune to three struggling college girls.
Mr. Drysdale panics when Granny wants her $15 million and plans to go back to the hills.
The Clampetts are honored by a distinguished visitor from home -- the mayor of Bug Tussle.
Mr. Drysdale hires little people to pose as men from outer space in a publicity stunt.
The Clampetts broaden their Beverly Hills experience by working as temporary Christmas help in a department store.
Recognizing the homespun sincerity of Jed and Granny, an advertising man persuades them to appear on a soap commercial.
Girl-crazy Jethro tries to join Biddle's Bird Watchers after he spots a beauty in the ranks of the women-only club.
The Clampetts arrange a career comeback for an idol of the silent screen.
Granny is pursued simultaneously by two elderly Lotharios who are after her money.
Jed finds a job as a garbage collector because he's weary of loafing.
Marvin and Marita, impoverished dance mavens, introduce the Clampetts to the art of Terpsichore.
Jed runs for smog commissioner when the incumbent stops Granny from cooking up her smog-producing lye soap.
The Clampetts beg Mr. Drysdale to arrange the return of their gorilla chore-boy, Herby.
Jethro shops around for a gorilla when Elly's pet chimpanzee proves too small to relieve him of his household chores.
Having failed in their attempt to fleece Jed, two blackmailers turn their attention to Mr. Drysdale.
Blackmailers use hidden photographic and recording devices to trap unsuspecting Jed.
Jethro falls for a waitress who gives him the brushoff until she learns he's a friend of Dash Riprock's.
Granny hopes to win Elly a husband by entering an old family dish in a recipe contest and signing Elly's name to it.
Granny, who used to spend 10 hours a day on her party line back home, demands a party-line phone in Beverly Hills.
Jethro decides he's ready for college and enrolls in the only one that will accept him.
Professor Biddle, the meek leader of Biddle's Bird Watchers, guzzles Granny's tonic and turns into a tiger.
Jethro is elated, sure he's going to be twice as big a movie star as Dash Riprock, when he lands a job as Dash's double.
A birdwatcher (Wally Cox) endangers Elly's romance; Jethro is hired as Dash Riprock's stunt double.
Girl-crazy Jethro concludes that he must have a cool bachelor pad in order to be a hit.
A Swedish actress who yearns to play a hillbilly moves in with the Clampetts to study backwoods dialect.
Jethro abandons his dangerous career as an "astronaut" for the even more precarious one of folk singer.
Country music stars Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs return for a song-filled visit to the Clampetts.
Granny fears her family plans to send her to an old folks home when they suggest she'd be happier in a country cottage.
A starving but flamboyant vaudeville magician sees Jethro's and Jed's gullibility as a way to get rich quick.
Granny announces she is going back home on doctor business to "fetch" a baby into the world.
Sonny pays a return visit to Beverly Hills, rekindling the Clampetts' hopes of a marriage for Elly.
Granny discovers an ostrich gulping tomatoes in her backyard and thinks it's a giant chicken.
A burglar on the loose in Beverly Hills tries to deceive the Clampetts before robbing their mansion.
Banker Drysdale persuades his wife to accept Granny's challenge to a horse-and-buggy race.
The hillbillies are unimpressed with the costly champion racehorse Drysdale buys them as an investment.
The richest woman in the world meets some stiff opposition from Jed when she insists on buying the Clampett mansion.
Granny opens her own doctor's office when a doctor refuses to believe she has a cure for the common cold.
The Clampett estate becomes a battlefield when Jethro enrolls in an exclusive Beverly Hills military academy.
When Mr. Farquhar asks Granny to Las Vegas, she thinks he is proposing an elopement rather than a gambling spree.
Mrs. Drysdale's father, a wily Bostonian short of cash, finds it's not too easy to part the Clampetts from their gold.
The senior Clampetts plan an old-fashioned barn dance, but Elly and Jethro turn it into a rock 'n' roll blast.
The Clampetts think a dieting billionaire is a starving farmer, and they try to fatten him up.
Mr. Drysdale and Granny try to marry off Jed to a woman they believe is a millionaire.
Granny distills a love potion intended to land a husband for her "decrepit" granddaughter, Elly.
Jethro discovers that it is his color television set that has won the heart of the maid next door.
Granny fumes when she thinks that Mrs. Drysdale is running against her for Possum Day Queen.
In order to keep the Clampetts in Beverly Hills, Mr. Drysdale tries to arrange a Possum Day Festival.
Jethro winds up as an unwitting accomplice in a plot to burglarize Drysdale's bank.
A sheik from the Middle East gives Jed a present of four dancing girls and then falls for Elly May.
Granny is convinced that Mrs. Drysdale used black magic to turn herself into a crow.
Jed, wearing a vice admiral's uniform, mistakes a U.S. Navy destroyer for a yacht his banker wants him to buy.
The Clampetts produce a ghastly collection of art for a new Beverly Hills gallery.
Granny, finally making good her threat to go home to the hills, takes to the open road.
The Clampetts force their well-intentioned but crude hospitality upon oil man John Brewster and his cultured bride.
The arrival in Beverly Hills of a prize matrimonial prospect for her granddaughter, Elly, puts Granny in a dither.
When a computer replaces one of Drysdale's bookkeepers, the displaced worker finds real friends in the Clampetts.
Jed is offered a bank vice presidency -- an inducement to get him to move his millions to that bank.
Granny turns beatnik when she visits the Parthenon West coffee house to rescue Elly and Jethro from a band of beatniks.
Sheldon Epps, the extraordinary beatnik, pays a return visit to the Clampetts to borrow "bread" from Jed.
Spring tonic time brings the Countess von Holstein back for another visit with the Clampetts.
Granny suffers from homesickness -- until two old friends, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, arrive.
An oil company executive spends a strange honeymoon in a mountain cabin in Beverly Hills.
Drysdale's ordeal with Granny continues, as she insists on seeing her share of Jed's fortune.
A rival banker spirits the Clampetts' millions from Milburn Drysdale's loving care.
Jethro gives up his ambition of becoming a brain surgeon to take on the perils and pleasures of a spy.
Granny practices what she intended to preach against when she sets out to save Jed from the evils of gambling.
Mr. Drysdale forces a playboy on his bank's board of directors into courting Granny.
The Clampetts care for a madcap artist who wrecks his car when he sees Elly May in a bathing suit.
Elly May loses her second movie star boyfriend to plain Jane, whose mysterious power over men continues to baffle the Clampetts.
Through a mix-up, Dash Riprock mistakes Jane Hathaway for his new leading lady, Elly May.
Jethro falls desperately in love with a volatile young movie starlet.
Having "rescued" Mrs. Drysdale from the hospital, the Clampetts try their own brand of medicine on her ailing nervous system.
Learning that Mrs. Drysdale is in the hospital because of a nervous ailment, the sympathetic Clampetts pay her a visit.
Pinckney, the butler engaged to impart culture to the Clampetts, finds his job an uphill struggle all the way.
The Clampetts decide to rent out rooms and their first boarder turns out to be the Drysdale's militantly efficient butler.
Mrs. Drysdale tries to enlist Jed's support for the struggling Beverly Hills Ballet Company.
In one of her periodic campaigns to get Jed married, Granny secretly summons an old and marriageable acquaintance.
Johnny Poke, singing idol of millions, has a hectic reunion with the Clampetts.
Anxious to do his hitch, Jethro heads for Marineland to join the U.S. Marines.
Snobbish Mrs. Drysdale makes yet another effort to drive the uncouth Clampetts from Beverly Hills.
Granny suffers pangs of professional jealousy after Jed receives an honorary "doctor's" degree from Greely College.
Hedda Hopper joins the battle against Drysdale's plan to destroy Mammoth Studios.
The Clampetts take part in an epic film produced by their studio.
Overjoyed to discover a rustic village on the back lot of the Mammoth Pictures studio, the Clampetts decide to settle there.
Jed becomes a confused movie mogul after his banker purchases the control of Mammoth Pictures Corp.
When Jethro misses his graduation from sixth grade, Skipper the chimp pinch-hits for him.
Jed and Drysdale foil Mrs. Drysdale's plan to tear down the cabin her husband built for Granny on the Clampett estate.
Drysdale's remedy for Granny's homesickness starts the first social revolution in the history of Beverly Hills.
Granny and gasoline prove a terrifying mixture when, after a taxi ride, she decides she must learn to drive.
Jed does business his own way when Drysdale forms Clampco Inc. for tax purposes and makes Jed president.
Snooty Mrs. Drysdale mistakes Elly for a European princess and excitedly plans a lavish party in her honor.
The Clampetts' new exclusive dress shop becomes "The House of Granny" -- complete with cracker barrel, potbellied stove, etc.
The Clampetts, on the advice of Mr. Drysdale, become the owners of the most exclusive dress shop in Beverly Hills.
Two Beverly Hills tycoons continue to probe the mysterious doings of inscrutable financial wizard, J.D. Clampett.
Invited to the dignified groundbreaking for a new bank, the Clampetts confuse the event with an old-fashioned barn raising.
Beverly Hills' more prominent citizens are more than a little affected when they sample Granny's spring tonic.
Granny's old-fashioned ways of predicting the weather are pitted against the Weather Bureau's advanced technology.
Jane Hathaway comes up with a unique idea to find a wife for Jed.
Granny gets her dander up when she confuses a house-to-house insecticide salesman with a "critter doctor.".
The Clampetts embark on an unusual fishing trip -- at the famed Marineland of the Pacific.
Lafe Crick brings his son, Dub, to Beverly Hills to court Elly May.
Still trying to get his hands on the Clampett millions, Lafe pays a return visit, ostensibly to give Granny a pawpaw tree.
Elly May enters the Miss Beverly Hills beauty contest.
Backwoods freeloader Lafe Crick lingers on at the Clampett mansion as an unwanted guest in search of an easy fortune.
A beauty-contest winner from the hills and her father come to visit Jethro with marriage on their minds.
An Australian banker sends Drysdale a kangaroo as a joke and Granny thinks she has discovered a giant jackrabbit.
Quirt Manly, celebrated star of television Westerns, is invited to the Clampett mansion to try to tame Elly May.
The Clampetts are somewhat befuddled by their Christmas gifts, all from Mr. Drysdale.
The Clampetts try to participate in some of the more civilized pleasures of Beverly Hills.
Jed decides that his tomboy daughter Elly, who has taken up motorcycle riding, needs a mother to make her a lady.
Mrs. Drysdale, giving a lavish garden party, finds to her horror that she is losing her guests to the Clampetts.
Plans for a holiday feast at the Clampett mansion go awry when Elly makes a pet of the Thanksgiving turkey.
The Clampetts, under the noxious influence of J.D. Clampett, impostor and unemployed actor, go to Hollywood.
Jed receives news that his multimillion-dollar account is overdrawn by $34.70.
Love-struck Jethro decides he wants to "marry up" with Chickadee Laverne, a brassy burlesque dancer he brought home.
Jethro, after a man-to-man talk with Jed, wastes no time in finding a girlfriend.
The Clampetts are taken for the new avant-garde social leaders.
Elly sparks a new trend in understated fashion when she enrolls in a finishing school.
Her neighbors are aghast when Granny decides to start a vegetable garden on the mansion grounds.
Granny defies medical opposition to her own brand of mountain medicine.
To humor Granny, Jed fakes illness so that she can resume the doctoring that brought her fame in the hills.
The Clampetts show a boy how to have fun.
Jed takes over Drysdale's job for one afternoon and wins him the "Banker of the Year" title.
A Beverly Hills psychiatrist pursues Granny instead of Pearl when Granny's love potion misfires.
The Clampetts have a series of unusual encounters with a Beverly Hills psychiatrist.
Jed acts as his own attorney when he's sued by a couple seeking $100,000 in damages for a fictitious accident.
The board chairman of Drysdale's bank is determined to meet Jed Clampett, the bank's "financial wizard.".
Love blooms again for Jed when Mlle. Denise returns from Paris to herald the arrival of a litter of poodles.
Los Angeles Dodgers coach Leo Durocher finds a new pitcher in Jethro.
An IRS agent calls on the Clampetts and gets a roaring shotgun welcome from Granny.
Jed takes a dose of Granny's tonic and ends up on Lovers Lane with a gold-digging secretary.
Cousin Pearl gets a glamour treatment and tries to groom the Clampetts for high society.
An authority on American history finds evidence that Jed's ancestors preceded the Mayflower to America.
Jed is made a bank vice president so he can compete in an interbank skeet shoot.
A confidence man tries to sell Jed the Hollywood Bowl, Griffith Park and the Hollywood Freeway.
Duke, Jed's bloodhound, becomes matchmaker for his master and Mlle. Denise, a glamorous Frenchwoman.
Granny's plan to stop Pearl's yodeling backfires when the police she called find her illegal still.
Two of Cousin Pearl's most ardent former suitors come to visit her in Beverly Hills.
Police and Elly's animals converge on the Clampett estate when Pearl starts giving yodeling lessons.
Drysdale's marriage is threatened when he looks to the Clampetts for a housekeeper while his wife is away.
Trying to cool a feud between Granny and Pearl, Jed takes his family on a sightseeing tour of Beverly Hills.
Jed is confronted with too many cooks and not enough vittles when he invites Pearl and Jethrine to Beverly Hills.
Pearl's efforts to snag Mr. Brewster seem doomed until he makes a ridiculous public proposal.
The Clampetts, home for Christmas, help Cousin Pearl woo Mr. Brewster, the big oil company executive.
The Clampetts take their first plane ride for a Christmas visit back home with Cousin Pearl.
The Clampetts load their shootin' irons for a match with the Drysdales when Sonny jilts Elly May.
The Clampetts try to get Sonny to propose to Elly before Cousin Pearl can get her daughter Jethrine married to him.
Sonny Drysdale plays Pygmalion and Julius Caesar as he resumes his courtship of Elly May.
Elly May's first date in Beverly Hills ends in a riot of confusion before it even starts.
A private school teacher is shocked to learn that her new fifth-grade student is Jethro.
Drysdale attempts another step in the social renovation of the Clampetts by lending them his servants.
The homesick Clampetts, unaware that it's Halloween, decide to go calling on their Beverly Hills neighbors.
When Drysdale suggests buying good stock, Jed quickly buys some cows, pigs and chickens.
When Mr. Drysdale describes his wife as a hypochondriac, the Clampetts assume she's a tippler.
The Clampetts find that their mansion is a poor substitute for their mountain shack.
Jed and his family are mistaken for a staff of crazy servants when they move into their new mansion.
A rural family reluctantly exchanges a one-room mountain cabin for $25 million and a 35-room mansion.