The Andy Griffith Show

The Bazaar

Season 6, Ep 5, Aired 10/11/65
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  • Episode Description
  • Warren, enforcing a gambling ordinance to the letter of the law, arrests Aunt Bee and her women friends (meaning, most of Mayberry) for running a Bingo game. Everyone's furious at Warren, particularly Andy, who becomes even more frustrated when Warren resists pleas to drop the charges (in fact, the deputy really digs into his position). Aunt Bee and her friends soon demand a trial. Later, the men of Mayberry (with their children in tow, some of them crying) bother Andy and Opie at home when Warren still won't drop the charges. Eventually, the charges are dropped and Aunt Bee's good name is cleared once more.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jim Nabors

    Gomer Pyle (1962-1964)

  • Parley Baer

    Mayor Stoner (1962-1963)

  • Ron Howard

    Opie Taylor (1960-1968)

  • Jack Burns

    Deputy Warren Ferguson (1965-1966)

  • Clint Howard

    Leon

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Deputy Warren is introduced

    By lstaltari, Sep 19, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Andy: You've obviously never heard of the rules for living a long happy life. Here they are. Never play leapfrog with an elephant. Never pet a tiger lest his tail's wagging. And never, EVER mess with the Ladies Auxiliary.

    • Warren: Eighteen wrongs don't make a right. That's a saying, Andy.

    Notes (1)

    • This is the first episode with Jack Burns as Warren Ferguson.

    Trivia (2)

    • This episode marks the first appearance of Jack Burns as deputy Warren Furgeson. Warren, who only lasted a few episodes, was the show's only real attempt to replace Barney Fife.

    • Although legally bingo might be seen as gambling, there are numerous legal precedents where charity bingo and raffles are permitted by state and federal law.

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