Bee, Andy, and Roger finish dinner and rise from the table, Roger follows Bee into kitchen. Upon his return all the decor has changed, for example: The knic-knacs on the china cabinet are different and the largest plate is gone,the cabinet is different, the wall has shrunk, the molding has changed, curtains too, a table shows up, etc.,. But as you look closer it is obvious that it was not two different sets, IT WAS THREE! There are 3 types of molding, 2 different pictures on the wall plus one wall with no pictures. When Roger is seen alone in the camera frame the back-ground is different than when all 3 or 4 people are in the frame, and both back-grounds differ from the one seen at the very end of dinner when they all rise (this of course is the start of the time line). It's the darndest thing.
(Andy enters the house with the ice cream; Aunt Bee comes out of the kitchen; she's been to the beauty parlor)
Andy: Well, 'scuse me. You must be the teenaged baby-sitter. I was lookin'... Why it's you!
Aunt Bee: (laughs) Oh, Andy.
Andy: Aunt Bee, look at you. I declare you look good enough to take to Chinatown!
Aunt Bee: (showing her jacket) I lined it in red. It doesn't show, but I think it gives it a little more style.
Andy: (whistles) New hairdo, red linin' on your jacket, peach ice cream! (whistles)