Emmett is proud and excited when an industrial firm wants to buy his patent for an old forgotten invention.
A pretty city planner comes to Mayberry to help Sam just as Millie is going on vacation.
Goober gets lost on a spelunking expedition.
Sam lets Mike buy an old car from Goober and he soon runs right into trouble.
Howard moves into a swinging singles apartment at the invitation of a beautiful newswoman.
Sam worries about Alice's increasing involvement with her harp teacher.
Goober is jailed in a gambling raid after being nominated as a church elder.
Emmett tries to satisfy his wife's desire.
Sam faces the wrath of the townspeople when he cancels a "secret" showing of moon rocks.
Mike acquires a foster daughter in Hong Kong and learns that she plans to come to the U.S.
Millie buys a poultry farm against Sam's advice.
Howard becomes the host of a local television show featuring poetry.
Sam insists that Mike do his own homework when he has to build a teepee.
Tempers flare when Sam, Goober and Howard form a club and don't tell Emmett.
Alice decides that she wants to learn to play the harp.
Sam's friends decide to paint his house for him, despite his wanting professionals to do the job.
Millie dreams that something bad will happen to Sam and Howard on their fishing trip.
House-sitting Goober pretends a mansion is his.
Howard is ashamed to learn that the nephew he has been bragging about to his friends is a school dropout.
Best-dressed Millie is the county's fashion arbiter.
Emmett buys a toupee, but is ashamed to admit it.
Townsfolk are uncomfortable in spring pageant roles.
Cousin Alice arrives to keep house for Sam and Mike.
Goober opens a new gas station and Howard finds a dinosaur skeleton under it.
Howard tries to get his friends to take sensitivity training.
Martha opens a boutique against Emmett's advice.
Mike volunteers to take care of Howard's talking mynah bird, and then loses it.
Millie's new job is in a bookie joint.
Goober sets out to win an oil company contest to vacation in Hawaii.
Millie and the town gossip are rivals for the honor of riding the town float.
Howard uses a lodge emergency fund for a nose job.
The townsfolk don't fathom a sculpture created in their honor.
Millie hesitantly joins Sam, Howard and a friend on a camping trip.
Aunt Bee's Garden Club takes action against a planned road through Mayberry.
Goober's big brother Braden comes home to Mayberry after 14 years.
Emmett pawns his wife's expensive diamond to play the stock market.
An old man comes to the farm claiming that he can find water with a dowsing stick.
Emmett is threatened when a young helper does too good a job.
Goober's protective instinct flares when his teenage niece comes to visit.
An oldtime cowboy star tries to make a comeback with Howard's help.
Sam meets an old Army buddy who promptly makes a play for Millie.
Palm Springs lifestyles impress the gang.
When Mike flunks an arithmetic test, it threatens a vacation to California.
Sam hires a colorful farm hand who quickly becomes Mike's hero.
To prove a point, Howard robs the Mayberry bank.
A Russian farm expert visits Mayberry.
Mike learns that most of his friends will be at a girl's birthday party instead of his.
Millie goes to New York to pursue a modeling career.
Goober falls for a girl, in more ways than one.
Howard is asked to write an original poem for the state literary magazine.
Sam, Millie, Howard and Emmett help an old friend to keep his business open.
Andy returns to Mayberry with his wife Helen and their new baby.
The town turns out for a welcoming of their sister city from Mexico.
The Mayberry church committee goes to Siler City in search of a bell for their steeple.
When Millie's friend breaks up with her boyfriend, she comes to stay with Millie.
Emmett drives his friends crazy after he retires.
An oil-company efficiency expert forces Goober's gas station into a big-city mold.
Mike, Aunt Bee, and Millie join forces to persuade Sam to let Mike have a dog.
Sam is embarrassed when his bean crop fails and Millie's prospers.
Mike and Harold have an argument just before the annual fishing trip.
Howard, eager to share hobbies with his new girlfriend, finds out she likes skydiving.
Goober teaches high-school driver education and collides with the principal's car.
Aunt Bee has second thoughts after a ship's captain proposes.
Aunt Bee falls for the captain while on a cruise.
Goober helps an author and his wife who have just moved to Mayberry.
A high school senior falls head over heels in love with Sam.
An old friend of Millie's promises to make her a Hollywood star.
Emmett feels he's getting old when he realizes that he'll soon be 50.
Sam fights a traffic ticket to demonstrate his principles to Mike.
Sam's punishing of his son brings intense local pressure against him for his "unfairness.".
Sam has doubts about recommending Millie as a director for the church play.
Mayberry's town council decides to let three school students take on key civic offices as a practical lesson.
The people of Mayberry shun Howard when he "turns traitor" while on a TV panel show.
Mike gets in trouble with Sam when he orders a copy machine against his father's wishes.
Money is missing after Sam hires two ex-cons to help on the farm.
Aunt Bee takes over a horse that everyone else has given up on and enters him in one last race.
Sam helps Goober get a date for the Harvest Ball, and wishes he hadn't.
After Andy gets married, Aunt Bee must decide whether or not to keep house for the widower Sam Jones.