The Andy Griffith Show

Season 5 Episode 24

Guest in the House

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Mar 08, 1965 on CBS
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Andy's pretty young cousin comes for a visit, after breaking up with her boyfriend. Aunt Bee asks Andy to be nice to her. Andy invites Gloria to the movies with him and Helen, which makes Helen very jealous. Andy says he'll get her a date for tomorrow night, Helen wants Goober. Andy ends up dancing with Gloria which makes Helen even more jealous. Finally, Andy thinks of a plan and gets Gloria back with Frank.moreless

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    George Spence

    George Spence

    Frank

    Guest Star

    Jan Shutan

    Jan Shutan

    Cousin Gloria

    Guest Star

    Howard McNear

    Howard McNear

    Floyd Lawson

    Recurring Role

    Aneta Corsaut

    Aneta Corsaut

    Helen Crump

    Recurring Role

    George Lindsey

    George Lindsey

    Goober

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      • The song that Andy sings on the front porch is titled "There Is A Time". It was written by Rodney Dillard and Mitch Jayne of the group The Dillards (better known as the Darlings"!) It was also performed by the Darlings in episode # 139 "The Darling Baby" and sung by Charlene.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • (Aunt Bee is getting the guest room ready for cousin Gloria; Andy and Helen are there)
        Andy: Anything else I'm supposed to do?
        Helen: Oh, Andy, don't be so grumpy.
        Aunt Bee: All I did was ask him to make her feel at home.
        Andy: I don't understand that.
        Helen: What?
        Andy: People travel hundreds of miles to get away from where they live and when they get there everybody tries to make 'em feel at home. I don't understand that.
        Aunt Bee: A philosopher.

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