Hee-Haw

Season 6 Episode 10

Bill Anderson / Susan Raye

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Nov 16, 1974 on CBS
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Bill Anderson / Susan Raye
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Music includes:
Susan Raye - "You Can Sure See It from Here."
Bill Anderson - "I'm Happily Married (and I'm Planning on Staying That Way)."
Buck Owens - "Pass Me By."
Roy Clark - "I Really Don't Want to Know."
Nashville Edition - "Crystal Mountain."

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Bill Anderson (III)

    Bill Anderson (III)

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Susan Raye

    Susan Raye

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Bobby Thompson (II)

    Bobby Thompson (II)

    Himself (uncredited)

    Guest Star

    Archie Campbell

    Archie Campbell

    regular (1969-1987)

    Recurring Role

    Gordie Tapp

    Gordie Tapp

    regular

    Recurring Role

    Gunilla Hutton

    Gunilla Hutton

    regular (1969-1991)

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper? Here's what's on the menu tonight:
        Spoon bread, an' pintos, an' all kinds of greens, and a good dish for old folks as well as the teens, creamed cauliflower, apples baked whole, and a pitcher of buttermilk, all you can hold.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (During "Pfft You Was Gone", Archie sings (with Bill Anderson) the following):
        This morning I felt, your love start to weaken,
        I said to myself, "I'll grow me a beard".
        But that didn't get, the love I was seeking,
        you started laughing, and said I looked weird.

      • (During "Pfft You Was Gone", Archie sings the following):
        Now I'll tell the world, that you were built classy,
        with plenty of style, and home country wit.
        When I asked you love, well you up and got sassy,
        you've got good lovin', but won't part with it.

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