Green Acres

Season 6 Episode 13

Charlie, Homer and Natasha

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Aired Unknown Dec 22, 1970 on CBS
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While Oliver refuses take Lisa to New York for a big party, Eb begins hanging around with his new invisible friend, Charlie. Lisa joins in and fabricates Natasha, and Oliver invents a nonexistent buddy just to make fun of the other two. Eventually, Oliver thinks Eb may have flipped and needs a psychiatrist. Conveniently, Lisa knows a good one in New York.

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    Bob Hastings

    Bob Hastings

    Sheriff (uncredited)

    Guest Star

    Robert Foulk

    Robert Foulk

    Mr. Wheeler (credits only)

    Guest Star

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Recurring Role

    Tom Lester

    Tom Lester

    Eb Dawson

    Recurring Role

    Alvy Moore

    Alvy Moore

    Hank Kimball

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Drucker: (Oliver explains that Charlie doesn't exist) Ohhhhh, I see. Well, that's not unusual. I remember when I was a little kid, I used to have a little imaginary friend. Didn't you?
        Oliver: No.
        Drucker: Well, you were rich! I guess you could afford to have real friends.

      • Hank: (tells Oliver to kiss his cow to keep her happy) Of course, when you kiss your cow, you gotta be sure the bull isn't around. Boy, they get real jealous. Yeah, they stick out their horns on the side of their head, and they paw the earth and--that reminds me. My mother sends her regards.
        Oliver: (confused) Uh, wait. I don't understand the connection between your mother and the bull.
        Hank: Oh, well, they're second cousins.

      • Haney: (to Lisa) You look as prim as a peach pit in a pound of persimmons.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Oliver declares Lisa's plot something from I Love Lucy. She says she lifted it from Our Miss Brooks. Both sitcoms aired on CBS and starred characters who perpetrated wacky schemes.

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