Barney: Well, where's Aunt Bee with lunch? She's usually here and gone by now.
Andy: She's a little late.
Barney: Well, I'm hungry, Ange.
Andy: She'll be along in a few minutes. Relax.
Barney: Well, I happen to have this low sugar blood content, and if I don't get my lunch by noon then I get a headache and I'm no good to anybody.
Andy: A few minutes one way or the other shouldn't make any difference.
Barney: Well, it does to me. I've got a clock in my stomach.
Andy: You must have.
Barney: I go by that clock, too. Tick, tock. I know it's time for lunch. Tick, Tick. I know it's time for dinner. My mother was the same way.
Andy: I remember that about your mother.
Barney: She had a clock in her stomach.
Andy: Hey, Barn? These clocks you and your mother had in your stomachs? Did the tickin' keep your father awake at night?
Barney: You wanna get facetious. You wanna get facetious about the whole thing? Is that what you want to do--get facetious?
Barney: Well, just don't get facetious. That happens to be a very common thing: clock in the stomach.
Andy: I know, I know, I know. Aunt Bee has an elephant she kept on the mantelpiece, and it had a clock in its stomach. Now, don't get mad. I was just kidding.
Barney: I don't mind you kiddin' me about my stomach, but don't kid about my mother's stomach.
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