The Andy Griffith Show

Season 4 Episode 25

Divorce, Mountain Style

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Mar 30, 1964 on CBS
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After Charlene Darling performs a ritual to divorce her husband, she sets her sights on marrying Andy. Unable to reason with the Darling family, Andy must find another way to get Charlene and her husband back together.

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Bob Denver

Bob Denver

Dud Wash

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Howard McNear

Howard McNear

Floyd Lawson

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Maggie Peterson

Maggie Peterson

Charlene Darling

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Denver Pyle

Denver Pyle

Briscoe Darling

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    • (Andy finds a way to "curse" the wedding with Charlene in Barney's folklore book; Barney has to dress in black and ride a white horse from east to west in the light of a full moon; Barney is reluctant because he is allergic to horsehair)
      Barney: You wear a ruby ring and ride an old horse, the horse'll go mad.
      Andy: Where'd you hear that?
      Barney: The book, the book! (to the horse) Watch it!
      Andy: You ain't wearin' a ruby ring.
      Barney: Well, he don't know that.

    • (Charlene Darling Wash has started the "divorce proceedings" against Dud)
      Charlene: You know what else he did? He went huntin' foxes with old Hasty Burford and he didn't come home until Wednesday week.
      Andy: Well, maybe he's tryin' to get you some makin's for a fox pie... or a nice fur collar to wear to preachin'.
      Charlene: No, he wasn't. I know what they do up there in the hills. They sit around drinkin' hard cider, punchin' each other in the arms and hollerin' "flinch". I don't want him anymore.

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