The Andy Griffith Show

Andy and Helen Have Their Day

Season 5, Ep 13, Aired 12/14/64
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  • Episode Description
  • Andy and Helen are having a hard time finding quality time together. Barney volunteers to take over for a day, so that they can go to the lake for some "couple time". Barney, unfortunately, is not able to handle most of the tasks he has signed up for, and ends up interrupting them much to their frustration.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Don Knotts

    Barney Fife (1960-1965)

  • Andy Griffith

    Sheriff Andy Taylor (1960-1968)

  • Frances Bavier

    Aunt Bee Taylor (1960-1968)

  • George Lindsey

    Goober Pyle (1964-1968)

  • Aneta Corsaut

    Helen Crump (1963-1968)

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Andy and Helen get away--sort of!

    By lstaltari, Aug 24, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • (Barney thinks Andy and Helen are eloping; Aunt Bee is crying) Barney: Now, Aunt Bee, there's no time for that kinda stuff. You can cry later. Aunt Bee: Well, why did they have to do it this way? Why can't they have a real wedding? Barney: This is the best way, believe me. Short and sweet and they can use the money for furniture.

    • (Andy and Barney are at the courthouse) Andy: You look tired this mornin'. Barney: (yawns) Well, I was out a little bit late last night. Andy: What'd ya do? Have a date? Barney: (laughs) Yeah. Andy: What time did you go to bed? Barney: Oh, I don't know. I don't think my head hit the pillow before a quarter to eleven. Andy: Hmm. I don't know how you keep up a pace like that. Where'd you go? Morrelli's? Barney: Well, we started out at Morrelli's. Andy: Yeah? Then what? Barney: Well, we went over to her house and watched a little... quote "TV". Andy: Oh. (laughs) Lights off, huh? Barney: It's kinda hard on your eyes to watch TV with the lights on.

    Notes (1)

    • Howard Morris, who directs this episode, guest stars as George, the TV repairman. Morris is best known for his role as Ernest T. Bass.

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