Green Acres

Season 3 Episode 18

Home is Where You Run Away From

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Aired Unknown Jan 10, 1968 on CBS
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A young runaway turns up in the Douglas' barn but refuses tell them his real name. After Oliver reports the child to the police, the boy goes on the lam. When encountering other Hooterville residents, his aliases include Oliver Wendell Douglas, Jr., Fred Ziffel, Jr. Hank Kimball, Jr. and Sam Drucker, Jr.moreless

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    Gary Dubin

    Gary Dubin

    Gilbert Henshaw

    Guest Star

    Russ Bender

    Russ Bender

    Sheriff

    Guest Star

    Kerry MacLane

    Kerry MacLane

    Little Boy

    Guest Star

    Alvy Moore

    Alvy Moore

    Hank Kimball

    Recurring Role

    Arnold the Pig

    Arnold the Pig

    Arnold Ziffel

    Recurring Role

    Barbara Pepper

    Barbara Pepper

    Doris Ziffel

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Lisa: When I was a little girl, my mother told me she found me under a cabbage.
        Oliver: And you believed her?
        Lisa: All I know is I was the only girl in our block who liked sauerkraut.

      • Haney: (describing the dress modeled by Nancy) Now this is a copy of a gen-u-wine imitation of an original Parisian design stolen by--
        Oliver: I'm looking for something for an 8-year-old boy.
        Haney: You couldn't get anything better for an 8-year-old little boy than Nancy!

      • Gilbert: Why did you move out there? Were you disbarred?
        Oliver: No. I came out here to get away from the rat race of the city. Out here where I could breathe the pure air (fife begins playing "Yankee Doodle" in the background), work the fertile soil. Where a man can plant his seeds and watch 'em shoot upwards toward the sun and the sky, like our forefathers did. The farmer's the backbone of America. It's his gnarled hands, aching back that gives America its great strength. Without the farmer--
        Gilbert: How do you do that?
        Oliver: How do I do what?
        Gilbert: Talk and play the fife at the same time?

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Gilbert tells Lisa that his name is Ed Sullivan. Lisa says that she watches his show every Sunday night. The Ed Sullivan Show was airing Sundays on CBS at that time.

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