Green Acres

Season 6 Episode 6

The Great Mayoralty Campaign

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Aired Unknown Oct 27, 1970 on CBS
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Mayorial candidate Oliver Douglas faces an opponent when the Hooterville women nominate Lisa to run. While the men plot to improve Oliver's stuffy image, Ralph Monroe wages a campaign of dirty tricks against him that includes hotscake batter in his hat and a water hose in the face.Oliver and Lisa's marriage begins to suffer, resulting in Ralph Monroecampagning as Lady Godiva.

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    Alvy Moore

    Alvy Moore

    Hank Kimball

    Recurring Role

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

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    Hank Patterson

    Hank Patterson

    Fred Ziffel

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Haney: (discussing Lisa's sex appeal) That's right. All your wife has to do to get the menfolk to vote for her is to campaign in one of them fluffy "negligees" of hers.
        Hank: I got an idea. Why don't we put Mr. Douglas in a "negligee?"
        Fred: Ah, nawh, I've seen him in a "negligee." He don't do a thing to me.

      • Fred:(giving campaign advice to Oliver) We've got to change your image.
        Oliver: To what?
        Fred: To something less gruesome.

      • Oliver: (arguing with Lisa about the campaign dirty tricks) Who filled my hat up with hot dough?
        Lisa: (suddenly realizing) Ohhhh, that's what Ralph did with my hotscake batter.

      • Lisa:(dropping out of the campaign) In the words of Calvin Coolidge, "I do not choose to have a run."

      • Lisa: I accept the denomination!

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The men put a long blonde wig on Oliver so he'll appeal to the young voters. Fred Ziffel says Oliver looks like Patsy Kelly. Kelly was a Tony-winning actress who became famous in comedies during the early 1930s.

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