Season 1 Episode 16

Henson Cargill / Wanda Jackson

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jan 07, 1970 on CBS
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Henson Cargill / Wanda Jackson
Music: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail" Grandpa Jones "Herd of Turtles" Henson Cargill - "Reuben James" Wanda Jackson - "I'll Betcha My Heart I Love You" The Hagers - "Last Thing on My Mind" Wanda Jackson - "Right or Wrong/In the Middle of a Heartache" Roy Clark - "Lara's Theme" (guitar solo) Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Together Again" Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "KORN News", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Hee Haw Players", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and a story by Junior Samples.moreless

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Wanda Jackson

Wanda Jackson


Guest Star

Henson Cargill

Henson Cargill


Guest Star

Archie Campbell

Archie Campbell

regular (1969-1987)

Recurring Role

Gordie Tapp

Gordie Tapp


Recurring Role

Jeannine Riley

Jeannine Riley

regular (1969-1971)

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (12)

    • (At the joke fence)
      Roy: I crossed a pedestrian with an automobile.
      Crowd: What'd ya get?
      Roy: 3 years...he was in the crosswalk.

    • Dr. Campbell: (on the phone) Yeah, that nagging wife of mine. Monday I take out 2 appendex, she says nothing. Wednesday I take out 3 ulcers, she says nothing. Friday I take out one little old blonde and she raises all that fuss.

    • (During the "Hee Haw Players", Junior recites the following)
      Junior: Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears. I came to bury Caeser, not to praise him. (the crowd boos him) I guess I'd better praise him.

    • (At the joke fence)
      Mary: I've crossed a sponge with a potato.
      Crowd: How's it taste?
      Mary: Not too good, but it sure holds alot of gravy.

    • (In Archie's Barbershop)
      Roy: How's your wife doing Arch?
      Archie: Compared to what? No, Roy, she's a fine woman, she really is. I love the ground her daddy struck oil on.
      Roy: Sometimes, the way you talk about her, you oughta be shot.
      Archie: Well I am, about half, uh, I mean...no, seriously Roy, and I mean this. I've been in love with the same girl for 19 years now.
      Roy: Hey, that's beautiful.
      Archie: If my wife ever finds out about her, brother.

    • (At the start of the KORN News broadcast)
      Charlie Farquharson (Don): Charlie Farquharson, speaking to you'se all over the KORN public undress.

    • Roy: You want some coffee?
      Junior: No, I never drink coffee during the day. It keeps me awake.

    • (At the joke fence)
      Junior: I crossed a team of horses with a feather duster.
      Crowd: What'd ya get?
      Junior: A parade that cleans up after itself.

    • Minnie: I saw the most interesting ad in our local paper. It said "Young man Democrat would like to meet young lady Republican. Object: 3rd party"

    • (During "Pfft, You Was Gone", Archie sings the following)
      You had it all, dear, a real purty figure.
      You had all the things, which a young man could ask.
      You had broad shoulders and bulging big muscles,
      but I'll never forgive you for that black moustache.

    • (In Gordie's General Store)
      Grandpa: Gordie, I thought I'd come in and see what I could get for my wife.
      Gordie: Yeah? Well, what are you asking for her?

    • (In Gordie's General Store)
      Grandpa: Could you order me some new teeth?
      Gordie: Well Grandpa, the ones I got you before were so good, folks didn't know they weren't your own.
      Grandpa: Oh, yes they did.
      Gordie: Well how'd they find out?
      Grandpa: Come out in a conversation.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Jimmy Riddle and Jackie Phelps appear uncredited several times, doing their "Eefing and Hamboning", once with Roy Clark, and once to Kingfish, the wonder dog. Minnie Pearl also appears uncredited several times, giving little bits of wisdom.