Seven years earlier Ken Wilson was sent to prison, convicted of murdering his wife, Ann. After he's released, he runs into his wife in Los Angeles, only now she's going by the name Kelly Manning. When she turns up dead, Ken Wilson is again arrested and charged with her murder. Matlock is determined to prove that someone else killed the woman. Back in Atlanta, Les is thrilled about his new relationship with Bernice, a woman he met at Ray Templin's.moreless
Ernest T. is back in Mayberry to get his diploma. He is so determined that Andy convinces Helen to allow him to attend class. E.T. is so out of control, she has to slap him across the knuckles to get his attention. Helen's discipline causes Ernest T. to fall in love with her, but doesn't get him any closer to learning, creating extra problems for Andy.moreless
The Taylors invite Bee's sister and her husband Ollie for a visit for the first time in over a decade, but quickly remember why they had avoided seeing them for so long. After the miserable weekend, Andy and Aunt Bee secretly anticipate their company's departure, only to learn that they'll be staying for a whole week. Andy tries to find a sneaky way to send them home early.moreless
After Charlene Darling performs a ritual to divorce her husband, she sets her sights on marrying Andy. Unable to reason with the Darling family, Andy must find another way to get Charlene and her husband back together.moreless
Ernest T. wants to join the army to get a uniform that he can wear back to the hills to impress his lovely Romenna. When he is refused induction, Ernest goes on a window-breaking rampage. Andy and Barney haul him in, but the jail can't hold him. After Ernest T. tells Andy his reason for coming to town, Andy finds a way to settle the matter.moreless
Andy receives a letter from a man he arrested and sent to prison. Barney is worried that the convict will come to "settle the score" upon his release.