The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 2 Episode 7

Chickadee Returns

Aired Unknown Nov 06, 1963 on CBS
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Chickadee Returns
Jethro is still hoping to marry burlesque dancer Chickadee Laverne, and she still is hoping for a dance engagement from the Clampetts. Chickadee returns to the mansion, making Jethro very happy. She plans to show them her whole new act, Little Red Riding Hood. But after Elmer, the raccoon, pulls off her dress early by mistake, Jethro must marry her after seeing her in her underwear, really just a costume. Granny tries to prepare Chickadee for her upcoming marriage, teaching her to cook and clean. But it is all called off after Jethro sees the prop food in her Little Red Riding Hood basket, thinking it is real, and Chickadee doesn't want to do all the household chores Granny is trying to teach her for when she becomes a wife, as Chickadee thinks this is all part of what she has to do in her engagement.moreless

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    Donna Douglas

    Donna Douglas

    Elly May Clampett

    Buddy Ebsen

    Buddy Ebsen

    Jed Clampett

    Nancy Kulp

    Nancy Kulp

    Jane Hathaway

    Irene Ryan

    Irene Ryan

    Daisy Moses "Granny"

    Raymond Bailey

    Raymond Bailey

    Milburn Drysdale

    Max Baer Jr.

    Max Baer Jr.

    Jethro Bodine

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      • Jed: This looks like a nice slab of ham...but it lacks a crude hickory smoked smell.
        Granny: Ain't got no smell at all.
        Jed: I reckon that's Miss Chickadee's problem, she overcooks everything.
        Granny: I reckon I'll have to learn her some cooking.
        Jed: That ain't all you'll have to learn her about. She doesn't know about a lot of things.
        Granny: Like what?
        Jed: Remember how she told me she came from an egg? Now she's saying a racoon found her in the woods.

      • Granny: You know this basket of goodies that Miss Chickadee was bragging about she brung me? It's no good.
        Jed: Well that looks like a nice loaf of bread.
        Granny: Try and cut it.
        Jed: (takes a knife and fails to cut it, he smells it) Smells like concrete. (breaks off a piece and tastes it) Tastes like it too.
        Granny: You know I don't think she used any baking powder, or yeast, I bet she didn't use any flour either.

      • Granny: Jethro's going to marry that girl as fast as possible, he's seen her in her underclothes!

      • Chickadee: I'm Little Red Riding Hood taking a basket of goodies to my grandmother's house...and I meet a little racoon who undoes my skirt.
        Mr. Drysdale: That'll be enough!
        Jane: I'm holding you reponsible for contributing to the delinquency of a racoon.

      • Chickadee: (Elmer undoes her skirt) Elmer, that wasn't your cue!
        Elle: Elmer, shame on you.
        Jethro: (coming in) Hi. (sees Chickadee) Excuse me! (covers his eyes)

      • (Drysdale rushes in the kitchen to get Chickadee away from the Clampetts)
        Drysdale: Get out of here you scheming sexpot!
        Granny: How dast you order me outta my own kitchen!

      • Jed: Besides, women gets married older out here.
        Granny: What you mean?
        Jed: I hear tell of a movie star that got herself a man when she was twenty-seven.
        Granny: Go on!
        Jed: And then just to prove it wasn't no fluke, she up and married five more.

      • (Jethro is excited that Chickadee is returning and runs into the house)
        Granny: That wild youngin'! I'm so dang burn mad! I could bite nails!
        Jed: Granny, I reckon you forgot how it feels to be in love.
        Granny: Why do you suppose I'm so dang burn mad?!

      • Chickadee: I am not a stripper! I am an exotic, interpretive dancer.

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