Green Acres

Season 1 Episode 14

What Happened in Scranton?

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Aired Unknown Dec 22, 1965 on CBS
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Lisa is shocked that Hooterville doesn't have a beauty salon. She calls Oliver's mother who ships out her hairdresser, Claude. (She blackmails him with one word: "Scranton.") Setting up shop on the Cannonball, he gives the Hooterville women new hairdos. Now, they're too "beautiful" for farm work.

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    Elvia Allman

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    Cora Watson

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    Guy Wilkerson

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    Lud Watson

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    Alvy Moore

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    Hank Kimball

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    Barbara Pepper

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    Doris Ziffel

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    Hank Patterson

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    Fred Ziffel

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      • Lisa: (to the Ladies Every Other Wednesday Afternoon Discussion Club) Beauty parlors. We need one in the valley.
        Doris: What for?
        Lisa
        : Mrs. Ziffel, when your husband comes home tired from the barn, don't you want to look nice for him?
        Doris
        : Fred? Huh! All he cares about is his pigs!
        Lisa
        : Mrs. Ziffel, don't you want him to notice you?
        Doris: The only time Fred Ziffel would notice me is if I had a long snoot and an apple in my mouth!

      • Hank: Yes, the chief insists that we keep fit. Well, like he said to me the other day. "Mildred," he said--
        Oliver: Mildred?
        Hank
        : Ahh. I guess he was talking to my mother. Couldn't have been talking to my mother. Her name is Sarah. Wonder why he called me Mildred.

      • Eb: (to Oliver while he's trying to milk Eleanor) Easy! You ain't pullin' taffy!

      • Lisa Douglas: Mr. Ziffle, when was the last time you told your wife she was beautiful?
        Fred Ziffle: 1929!

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