In the background, you can see the magnetic map in the Sheriff's Office that Captain Barker of the State Police promised to send Andy and Barney in The Manhunt.
Andy: I didn't know that Mr. Maxwell that was sellin' any stock.
Barney: Well, he wasn't goin' to, but me and the boys over at the barber shop, we talked him into it.
Andy: You talked him into it?
Barney: Yeah, see when Maxwell admitted that he could make as much as a million dollars on the album, me and the boys, we shamed him into lettin' us buy in. Tried to talk his way out of it, but we cornered him good.
Andy: Barney, you know you just fell for the oldest slicker game in the world, don't you?
Barney: You don't see it, do you? Well, it's like they say, Stock Market's where you separate the men from the boys. I'll see ya, boy! Let me know next time you come across one of them rare nickels with the buffalo facin' the wrong way.
Barney: The check's made out to Barney Fife, it oughta be make out to Barney Sucker!
Barney: Look at all these deductions, and this tax! There's nothin' left for heaven's sakes! Barney sucker, that's who it oughta be made out to.
Andy: Oh, Barney …
Barney: Yeah, that's me, Barney Sucker. It's open season on Barney. Come on, everybody, let's all take a bite outta Barney Fife.
Andy: Now, come on!
Barney: Good ol' Barney, he makes it, he's got it, let's take it
Andy: Now, Barney, will you just simmer down. Now they're all legitimate government deductions. 'Sides, you know what they say, 'Can't take it with you".
Barney: Take it with me!? They keep nibblin' at me like this, I'll be lucky if I get to go myself!
Appearing in this episode were the Country Boys : Billy Ray Latham (Banjo), Leroy Mack (Guitar), Clarence White (Guitar), Eric White (Bass), and Roland White (Mandolin). Besides appearing again later in the first season on Quiet Sam, The Country Boys also performed on a syndicated television show called Cal's Corral before evolving into a well-known bluegrass group called The Kentucky Colonels. As the Colonels they appeared in a low budget B-film entitled The Farmer's Other Daughter.
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