Carter can't believe it when he hears that Gomer is being transferred.
Carter needs an escort for his sister and Gomer is the only willing Marine available.
Sgt. Carol wants Gomer to sing in the Marine camp show she is organizing.
Three hippies help Gomer paint a truck for maneuvers, but the results are not standard military camouflage.
Carter allows a pet rabbit to escape before he learns it belongs to a general's son.
When a Marine buddy breaks his leg, Gomer and Carter have to take his expectant wife to the hospital.
Carter manages to lose Gomer's life savings.
Carter decides he must get away from Gomer to avoid a nervous breakdown.
Gomer overhears a conversation about Bunny's sick cat but misinterprets the message.
Gomer inadvertently reveals the position of his platoon to the "enemy" during maneuvers.
Gomer and Carter fall prey to con man "Friendly Freddy" and his dating service.
Gomer and Lou-Ann pitch in to help open a new diner, not realizing the owners' real intentions.
Carter saves Gomer's life and almost comes to regret it as Gomer suffocates him with gratitude.
Carter decides Gomer might not re-enlist if he were married, so he tries to arrange a wedding.
Gomer and Carter are contestants on the "Win-a-Date" television program.
Gomer's practical joke backfires when Lou-Ann appears to like his fake tattoo.
Carter will not believe that Gomer really knows football star Moose Lewis.
After Carter scratches a parked car and offers to pay for it, the owner shows up with a demolished fender.
South American Gen. Cortez looks up his old friends, and falls in love with Carter's girlfriend Bunny.
Gomer is assigned to guard duty at a gate and refuses to let Carter pass.
Molly Gordon feels old and useless until Gomer and his buddies eat at her house.
Hacker bets Carter that he can't go 24 hours without losing his temper.
Carter is to appear in a Hollywood movie, but nervously blows his one line for 32 takes.
When Gomer refuses to marry a famous movie star, she turns her attention to Carter.
After a stuntwoman subdues two hoodlums, Gomer and Carter are given the credit.
Carter, who always sings off-key, insists on performing with the platoon chorus.
When Gomer and Lou-Ann have a quarrel, her ex-fiance appears on the scene to confuse the issue.
The battalion booby prize, a lead boot, becomes an embarrassing "pain in the foot" for Gomer and Carter.
Duke returns as the platoon's new corporal and finds his old reputation getting in his way.
Hacker vows to get even with Carter after Carter cancels their agreement and sells his car to Gomer.
Gomer and Carter buy "genuine" Hong Kong suits from a con artist.
Gomer, baby-sitting for a Marine on emergency leave, sneaks the baby on base to avoid being AWOL.
Gomer spends a weekend with a buddy and becomes involved in a feud between two families.
Gomer becomes friendly with a nightclub comic who is in danger of being fired.
Gomer's cooking skills put him in line for a permanent assignment in the officers mess.
Gomer discovers a tomato farmer living on what is supposedly military land.
Gomer saves an old horse from the glue factory.
Gomer tries to make Lou-Ann jealous when Carter tells him that she has been going out with other men.
A department store sends Gomer a baby carriage, and he spends a frustrating day trying to return it.
Hacker plays a joke on Gomer by getting him a date with a "schoolteacher.".
A 15-year-old girl develops a crush on Gomer and begins following him.
Carter and Gomer are supposed to be watching Col. Gray's dog for the weekend, but the dog escapes from Gomer.
Gomer returns home to Mayberry and becomes involved in a robbery and manhunt.
Gomer has to fight his conscience when his singing rehearsals excuse him from regular duties.
Gomer is assigned to pick up Gen. "Punctual Pete" Prescott, but gets detoured.
A Latin American military man, observing Carter's platoon, proposes to overthrow him.
After an argument, Carter and Bunny turn their attentions toward Lou-Ann and Gomer.
Con artist Friendly Freddy sells Gomer a pearl ring for Lou-Ann.
Gomer wins a boat in a jingle contest, and Carter offers to pay the upkeep and become part owner.
Gomer thinks Sgt. Carter has stolen a watch.
Gomer's romance with Lou-Ann is threatened when her disapproving father and ex-fiance both come to town.
Gomer has a severe case of stage fright before he is to appear in the Navy Relief show.
A young boy, who pretends he is lost, dupes Carter and Gomer into treating him to a day on the town.
When Gomer becomes separated from his sightseeing tour group, he finds himself in the president's office.
Carter halfheartedly enters Gomer to represent his platoon in the base talent contest.
Gomer dreams that Carter will propose to Bunny.
A visiting congressman befriends Gomer and suggests that his commanding officer promote him to corporal.
When a female Marine begins to chase Gomer, it threatens his romance with Lou-Ann Poovie. Guest star: Carol Burnett.
Gomer is panic-stricken when he discovers that his face will be on the new Marine recruiting poster instead of Carter's.
Aunt Bee objects to Carter's attitude toward Gomer during a radio interview.
When Lou-Ann is about to be fired as a nightclub singer, Gomer finds her a job as a salesgirl.
Carter and Gomer conduct a frantic search for a live mortar shell that Gomer misplaced.
Gomer's new friend, a crow, turns out to be a thief.
Gomer, entrusted to date the colonel's daughter, loses her at a go-go club.
Carter volunteers Gomer for a parachute jump, and then suffers conscience pangs.
A nightclub owner is determined to get Gomer to sing in his establishment every night.
Gomer's penchant for Welsh rarebit causes him to tell off Carter while sleepwalking.
Lou-Ann Poovie, the Marines' favorite nightclub singer, returns to town.
Carter is ecstatic when he learns Gomer's enlistment will soon be done.
Carter and Duke get clipped in a poker game by a card shark and they attempt to expose him.
A pair of ambulance chasers tries to maneuver Gomer and Carter into a false damage suit.
Gomer holds a farewell dinner in a Chinese restaurant that is really a front for a gambling house.
Carter tries to get rid of Gomer by arranging his transfer to the band.
Carter thinks Gomer spends his Sundays on the beach with girls and invites himself along.
Gomer mans a Marine recruiting booth and signs up a fugitive bank robber.
When Gomer gets a kiss for singing a song, Carter gets jealous and decides to use the same ploy.
Gomer shows an ability to predict the weather with greater accuracy than the weather bureau.
Carter learns that his girlfriend Bunny has been seen in a restaurant with another man.
While searching for a lost radio, Gomer and Carter find themselves captured by smugglers.
Carter gives his girlfriend a puppy and finds himself fighting a losing battle for her affection.
Gomer finds a girl who shares his interest in monster movies and cherry sodas.
Hacker bets Carter $50 that Gomer can cook a meal in the mess hall.
Gomer is arrested as an automobile thief when he borrows and wrecks Carter's car.
Gomer reports seeing men from outer space and Carter consults the base psychiatrist.
Carter laces Gomer's prize watermelon with vodka.
Gomer befriends a drunk and gets into trouble with the man's wife.
After Gomer buys a cheap watch from Friendly Freddy, Carter decides to expose the con artist.
A German measles epidemic strikes the base and the entire platoon, except Gomer and Carter, is in sick bay.
Carter's squad has been losing competitions to Sgt. Hacker, until they find a winner.
Gomer has trouble convincing his buddies that a movie star he met invited them all to her house for a barbecue.
Carter foils a holdup with a judo throw, but makes Gomer take the credit.
Carter accepts a temporary desk job and finds the platoon can get along without him.
Gomer and Carter are taken for a ride by a fast-talking old con artist.
Carter bets $50 that Gomer can get a date with the aloof Miss Camp Henderson.
Opie Taylor from Mayberry runs away from home to join Gomer in the Marines.
Gomer wins a weekend trip for two to Las Vegas, and Carter strikes it rich at the crap tables.
Duke Slater wins an amateur talent contest at Carter's expense.
Gomer is arrested when he tries to return money to the phone company.
Carter becomes the star of a television documentary about the Marine Corps.
Gomer befriends the lonely daughter of a visiting colonel and almost ruins the colonel's party.
Gomer tries to arrange a date between the sergeant and his cousin, Bridey Pyle.
When Gomer sings an Italian love song to his buddy's sister, her mother interprets it as a proposal.
Gomer's fortunetelling grandma comes to visit and makes dire predictions for Carter.
A tough platoon sergeant is infuriated by Gomer's attention to his girlfriend.
Gomer solves the problem of an enforced furlough by becoming a civilian employee of the base.
Gomer fouls up a raid on maneuvers, and Carter sends him into the enemy camp to be captured.
When Carter and his girlfriend break up, Gomer decides to patch things up.
When Carter leaves his precious car in Gomer's care, it is stolen and demolished.
Gomer helps Carter's sister convince the sergeant that her fiance has merits.
Goober Pyle pays a secret visit to Gomer and almost gets him committed by a psychiatrist.
Gomer becomes a very valuable man when he witnesses an automobile accident involving Carter.
Carter foolishly challenges the fleet's retired boxing champion to a fight.
Gomer goofs up a simple reconnaissance mission when the platoon is on sea maneuvers.
The platoon is ordered to sea duty and Gomer disobeys orders by bringing a stray cat on board.
Carter bets a month's pay that any knucklehead can handle a supply sergeant's job.
Gomer ruins a trained guard dog by turning him into a gentle pet.
Gomer befriends a family of country folk and houses them in a shack that will be used as a target.
Carter orders Gomer to go on a double date with a girl who thinks Gomer is a millionaire.
Gomer is asked to be a best man and loses the ring the night before the wedding.
Carter postpones his vacation until all his men pass their PFC test.
Gomer, on MP duty, marches a government investigator off to the brig.
Gomer faces a unique problem when he is asked to escort two women to a dance.
Gomer attempts to capture a gang of thieves that has been robbing a Marine warehouse.
Gomer is sent on an errand downtown and accidentally makes a round-trip flight to Rome.
Sgt. Carter double-dates with Gomer.
Gomer tries to prevent Sgt. Carter and his old wartime buddy from becoming enemies.
Carter has to select four men from his platoon for an honor guard.
The platoon celebrates Carter's birthday, but it only makes him more aware of his old age.
When Carter decides to take the exam for officer training, Gomer also takes the exam.
When Carter's adopted daughter plans to marry a Marine, Carter thinks it's Gomer she's going to wed.
After getting a "Dear John" letter, Sgt. Carter discovers that the "other man" is Gomer.
Sgt. Carter's love life takes a brighter turn when Gomer starts writing him anonymous notes.
Gomer is delighted to find a real buddy -- a country boy from back home.
When Sgt. Carter announces his intention to quit the Corps, the men try to change his mind.
Carter is determined to break the long-term contracts that both he and Gomer signed with a dance studio.
Grandpa Pyle gives Gomer a good luck charm which "helps" his self-confidence.
Carter tries to make Gomer's "last days" as comfortable as possible.
Gomer and Carter find themselves involved as unwitting accomplices in a unique robbery situation.
When Sgt. Carter goes to meet his date, he gives Gomer a lift.
Gomer devises unconventional tactics when his platoon takes to the field in war games.
Gomer escorts the colonel's daughter to the enlisted men's dance.
Gomer and Carter are partners on a five-day survival test in the "wilderness.".
In revenge for fouling up an exercise, Carter pits Gomer against the "Dragon Lady.".
Sgt. Carter is tormented by the fact that no matter how hard he "rides" Gomer, the recruit still likes him.
Gomer, thinking he's been a "goldbrick," refuses to accept part of his pay.
A troublemaking recruit transferred to Sgt. Carter's platoon selects Gomer as his "patsy.".
Gomer attempts to give a straight-laced lady Marine officer a make-over.
Despite Sgt. Carter's protests, Gomer adopts a pet skunk.
To the consternation and dismay of Sgt. Carter, Gomer sneaks a girl into the barracks.
To please his sergeant, Gomer makes a heroic effort to conquer the obstacle course.