Miss Jane learns her beau is after Elly's money.
A fortune hunter (Mike Minor) pretends to be a descendant of Davy Crockett.
A penniless actor romances Elly May.
Jethro's childhood sweetheart comes to visit.
Elly gets a job at Drysdale's bank.
The liberated women return to the mansion.
The three Japanese women serve Jed and Jethro.
Jed and Jethro bring in three Japanese girls.
Granny and Elly join the women's rights movement, leaving all the chores to Jed and Jethro.
Drysdale's secretaries demand labor reforms.
The Clampetts lie in wait for the grunions.
The Clampetts battle the invading grunions.
Granny finally believes Mark isn't part frog.
Granny thinks Shorty has become a seal.
Granny wants Shorty to bust up Elly's romance.
Mark believes the future is in the ocean.
Granny fears the family will turn into frogs.
Granny dreams Elly marries a giant frog.
Granny doesn't want Mark to become a frog.
Granny thinks frogman Mark is half frog.
Navy Lt. Mark Templeton comes for a visit.
Shifty Shafer (Phil Silvers) sells Washington sites to Jed.
The Clampetts arrive in Washington, D.C.
The Clampetts want to fight air pollution.
Jed aims to back Honest John's anti-smog plan.
Manhattan con man Honest John returns.
Drysdale decides to profit from the hotel.
Shorty turns the mansion into a women's hotel.
The Clampetts give Gloria a taste of farming.
Shorty marries Drysdale's secretary.
Jed and Shad try to keep Shorty in line.
Shorty tells Elverna he is a gambler.
The clan conspires to get Shorty married.
Shorty is set up as a husband for Elverna.
Jed forms an airline with farmer Howard Hewes, then Drysdale gets involved.
Jed and a pilot go into the airline business.
Drysdale loses an office to his wife's nephew.
Mrs. Drysdale's nephew leaves the Air Force.
Jethro leads a wild life with Shorty.
Drysdale wants Shorty's money in the bank.
Shorty Kellems, proprietor of the hotel in Silver Dollar, sells out and moves west to join the Clampetts.
Granny's eyes appear to be weakening.
Mr. Drysdale visits the Clampetts in New York.
A con man sells Central Park to the Clampetts.
Jed decides to find another groom in New York.
A rehearsal is held for Elly May's wedding.
Birdwatcher Jane finds a man for Elly May.
Granny extols Elly's virtues to bachelors.
Granny renews a rivalry in a mountain town.
The clan moves home to find Elly a husband.
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 wins a free trip to Hollywood.
A bank secretary asks Jed to repair her shoe.
Drysdale wants Jed out of the fifth floor.
A building inspector examines the fifth floor.
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 trades the old truck for a new car.
Dash, in farm-boy disguise, woos Elly May.
The Clampetts travel to Hooterville to spend Thanksgiving with their friends.
The hillbillies play gangsters in a commercial.
Jethro acts like a Roman emperor to impress Maria.
Jethro hires a gorgeous cook who speaks no 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.
A cousin (Roy Clark) works for Granny's rival.
Granny plans the first head transplant in history when Mr. Drysdale is hurt in a fracas with his wife.
Granny believes she can predict the future.
Granny becomes enraged when Elly's pack of dogs tramples her every time she announces a meal is ready.
Granny sets out to rescue a soap-opera actor.
A violin virtuoso (Hans Conried) tries to instruct Jethro.
Granny forces Jethro to propose to Hathaway.
The clan prepares for tag-team wrestling.
Granny's fighting mood is inflamed by a women's wrestling match on TV, and she joins the fray.
Drysdale arranges a blizzard to please Granny.
Jethro wants his diner to go topless.
Jethro becomes the proprietor of a diner.
Jed and Drysdale hire a housekeeper.
Granny decides to pair Hathaway with Dash.
Granny paints a picture to help Mrs. Drysdale win the Beverly Hills Culture Committee Award.
Elly's pet ape wins a TV role.
Granny thinks she has caught Ulysses S. Grant.
Granny thinks a Civil War movie is real.
Granny wars with actors dressed as soldiers.
Jethro practices to be a Navy frogman.
The Clampetts entertain a lady blacksmith, the social leader of hillbilly society.
Salesmen try to sell Jed a plot for Granny.
A rival banker pairs Elly May with a model.
Army psychiatrists examine draftee Jethro.
Jethro receives a draft notice.
Jethro appears as Robin Hood of Griffith Park.
The Clampetts give their castle to the staff.
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 inherit an English castle.
Mrs. Drysdale's attempt to grow prize-winning dahlias renews her feud with Granny.
Drysdale's nephew swindles the Clampetts.
Mrs. Lester Flatt takes a screen test.
Granny tries to dispense tonic at the bank.
The Clampetts acquire a hippopotamus.
An impoverished ex-king wants to marry Elly.
Mrs. Drysdale hires a pair of fortunetellers to frighten the Clampetts out of Beverly Hills with dire prophecies.
Jethro decides to take up bullfighting.
Jed and Granny throw a "comin' out" party for Elly, and Mrs. Drysdale plans to make the affair a fiasco.
The Clampetts investigate computer dating.
Indians want Clampett land; guest John Wayne.
Jed gives his money to three struggling coeds.
Granny wants to return home with her money.
The mayor of Bug Tussle visits the Clampetts.
Drysdale uses fake space aliens for publicity.
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.
Jethro aims to be a girl-watching birdwatcher.
The clan arranges Gloria Swanson's comeback.
Granny is pursued simultaneously by two elderly Lotharios who are after her money.
Jed takes a job as a garbage collector.
The Clampetts are introduced to dancing.
Jed runs for smog commissioner.
The clan asks Drysdale to get Herby back.
Jethro shops around for a gorilla.
The blackmailers decide to target Drysdale.
Blackmailers trap unsuspecting Jed.
A waitress learns Jethro knows Dash Riprock.
Granny signs Elly's name to a recipe entry.
Granny demands a party-line telephone.
Jethro decides he's ready for college and enrolls in the only one that will accept him.
Meek birdwatcher Biddle (Wally Cox) swigs Granny's tonic.
Jethro lands a job as Dash Riprock'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 studies the clan's dialect.
Jethro decides to become a folk singer.
Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs visit.
Granny fears being sent to an old-folks home.
A wily magician (John Carradine) dupes Jethro.
Granny decides to head home to deliver a baby.
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.
The Clampetts encounter a wily cat burglar.
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 world's richest woman wants Jed's mansion.
Granny dispenses her cure for the common cold.
Jethro enrolls in a 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 clan tries to feed a dieting millionaire.
Drysdale and Granny try to wed Jed to a maid.
Granny concocts a love potion for Elly May.
A love interest falls for Jethro's color television.
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 unwittingly becomes a bank robber.
A Middle Eastern sheik 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.
A rival bank offers Jed a vice presidency.
Granny rescues Elly and Jethro from beatniks.
Beatnik Sheldon Epps returns to visit Jethro.
Countess Maria returns at spring-tonic time.
Old friends visit homesick Granny.
Oilman Brewster honeymoons with the Clampetts.
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 tries to save Jed from gambling.
Mrs. Drysdale forces a playboy to date Granny.
An artist wrecks his car after seeing Elly.
Elly May loses her second movie star boyfriend to plain Jane, whose mysterious power over men continues to baffle the Clampetts.
A movie star mistakes Hathaway for Elly May.
Jethro falls in love with a 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.
Butler Pinckney's job is an uphill battle.
The Clampetts rent a room to a British butler.
Mrs. Drysdale tries to enlist Jed's support for the struggling Beverly Hills Ballet Company.
Granny summons a potential wife for Jed.
A singing idol reunites 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 tries to save Mammoth Studios.
The Clampetts participate in an epic film.
The Clampetts settle in a rustic prop hamlet.
Drysdale buys the Clampetts a movie studio.
Jethro misses his sixth-grade graduation.
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.
Granny remodels the exclusive dress shop.
The Clampetts buy an exclusive dress shop.
Two tycoons probe Jed's financial dealings.
The Clampetts attend a bank's ground-breaking.
Beverly Hills' more prominent citizens are more than a little affected when they sample Granny's spring tonic.
Forecaster Granny confronts the weather bureau.
Jane Hathaway comes up with a unique idea to find a wife for Jed.
Granny mistakes a salesman for a veterinarian.
The Clampetts go fishing at Marineland.
Lafe brings his son to court Elly May.
Greedy Lafe pays another visit.
Elly May enters the Miss Beverly Hills beauty contest.
A backwoods freeloader stays at the mansion.
A beauty-contest winner comes courting Jed.
Granny thinks a kangaroo is a jack rabbit.
A Western-movie star tries 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 tomboy Elly needs a mother.
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.
An impostor helps the Clampetts go Hollywood.
Jed learns his account is overdrawn.
Jethro wants to marry Chickadee Laverne.
Jethro starts dating a burlesque dancer.
Socialites emulate the Clampett "look."
Elly sparks a new trend in understated fashion when she enrolls in a finishing school.
Granny plants a vegetable garden.
Granny's medicine appears to make hair grow.
Jed fakes illness to please doctor Granny.
The Clampetts show a boy how to have fun.
Jed takes over Drysdale's job for one day.
Granny's love charm backfires onto her.
The Clampetts visit a psychiatrist.
Jed is sued for a fake auto 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.
Jethro's pitching astounds Leo Durocher.
An IRS agent faces shotgun-toting Granny.
Jed swigs a double dose of Granny's tonic.
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.
A con man tries to sell Jed real estate.
Duke, Jed's bloodhound, becomes matchmaker for his master and Mlle. Denise, a glamorous Frenchwoman.
Granny tries to stop Pearl's yodeling.
Two of Pearl's suitors come to 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.
Jed takes his feuding family sightseeing.
Jed invites Pearl and Jethrine to visit.
Pearl's pursuit of Brewster seems hopeless.
The Clampetts help Cousin Pearl woo Brewster.
The Clampetts fly home for Christmas.
The Clampetts rise up after Sonny jilts Elly.
Jethrine may wed before Elly May.
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.
Jethro returns to the fifth grade.
Mr. Drysdale lends the Clampetts 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 miss their mountain shack.
The Clampetts are mistaken for servants.
A hillbilly family strikes oil on its land.