The company that repossesses Jim Lindsey's car is the Mid-Mountain Finance Company.
According to Aunt Bee, Jim Lindsey's favorite dinner is fried chicken and cornbread.
According to Barney, Jim's big record is "Rock and Roll Rosie From Raleigh".
Andy: Jim, you are under arrest.
Jim: Arrest? For what?
Andy: For leaving town without paying your bills.
Jim: Well, I left this watch, Andy. It... it will cover all my bills.
Andy: Well, then you are under arrest for not leaving town fast enough. Let's go.
Jim: Now wait a minute! Now I... I would have been gone if you hadn't kept me here yapping.
Andy: No flimsy excuses, Jim. Let's go.
Barney: Don't ask so many stupid questions, boys. This is law man's work.
Barney: You can't be an official police escort without a whistle, for heaven sakes.
The Bobby Fleet (Herb Ellis) of this episode is altogether different from the first Bobby Fleet (played by Henry Slate). He is professional, serious and well mannered - unlike the wise cracking, insult hurling Bobby Fleet of The Guitar Player. A third actor would be cast as "Freddy" Fleet in season three. What happened to Bobby, or how and if he and Freddy are related, was never explained.
This episode marks the last appearance of Elinor Donahue as Ellie. She would be replaced by a string of potential romantic interests for Andy (most of them nurses) before Aneta Corsaut would join the cast as schoolteacher Helen Crump.
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