Petticoat Junction

Season 4 Episode 25

Kate's Big Deal

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Aired Unknown Mar 21, 1967 on CBS
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Kate's Big Deal
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Kate Bradley's daughters are first for, then against, their mother's plan to sell the Shady Rest Hotel

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    Edgar Buchanan

    Edgar Buchanan

    Joseph P. "Uncle Joe" Carson

    Meredith MacRae

    Meredith MacRae

    Billie Jo Bradley (1966-1970)

    Lori Saunders

    Lori Saunders

    Bobbie Jo Bradley (1965-1970)

    Smiley Burnette

    Smiley Burnette

    Charley Pratt (1963-1967)

    Rufe Davis

    Rufe Davis

    Floyd Smoot (1963-1968, recurring afterwards)

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Vinton Hayworth

    Vinton Hayworth

    Mr. Holloway

    Guest Star

    Elvia Allman

    Elvia Allman

    Selma Plout

    Recurring Role

    Walter Baldwin

    Walter Baldwin

    Grandpappy Miller

    Recurring Role

    Hank Worden

    Hank Worden

    Roy Turlock

    Recurring Role

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      • Sam: Grandpa, I'd appreciate you taking your whittlin' outside. You're getting shavings all over the floor.
        Grandpa: You're right Sam. Worst winter we've had since 1906.
        Sam: No, no Grandpa, I'm talking about shavings on the floor.
        Grandpa: Well, that's up to you. If you want to shave on the floor, go ahead. I prefer standing in front of a mirror. You know Sam, you may be great shakes as a grocer, but I won't give you anything for sweeping. Look at all those shavings you left on the floor.
        (Sam answers the phone, and Kate walks in)
        Grandpa: You know, if you don't mind, I'll finish my whittlin' outside.
        Kate: Grandpa, don't leave on my account.
        Grandpa: At least, why them snow drifts will be 5 feet high. Worst winter we've had since 1906.

      • Sam Drucker: Hey Grampa, did you hear that? Kate ain't selling out.
        Grandpappy Miller: No, I ain't got the gout.

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