Opie: Maybe you'll have to send somebody to the electric chair.
Aunt Bee: I've never been so honored.
Andy: The judge honoring you for your service as a juror?
Aunt Bee: No, he wants the recipe for my brownies.
Jenkins: I heard somebody call me, I knew it looked bad me carrying a television set out, so I panicked and just started running.
Aunt Bee: I wonder if anybody saw him going in with the television set?
Aunt Bee: (on why she thinks Jenkins is innocent) He just seems so sweet.
Goober: Mister, Don't make me use my bare hands on you!
This was the second and last time we would see Jack Nicholson in Mayberry. He also appeared in the episode "Opie Finds A Baby." (#199)
Very common story element - the lone juror voting for aquittal in a seemingly open and shut case, probably made most famous by the play turned film Twelve Angry Men.