The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 6 Episode 30

Cousin Roy

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Aired Unknown Apr 03, 1968 on CBS
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Cousin Roy visits the Clampetts in Beverly Hills, and the clan is thrilled to welcome him. But Granny is less than thrilled when she learns Roy has come to Beverly Hills to peddle his mother Myrtle's medicine, Big Momma's Magic Mixture.

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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

    Roy Clark

    Roy Clark

    Roy Halsey/Mother Myrtle

    Guest Star

    Phil Arnold

    Phil Arnold

    maintenance man

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    Peter Leeds

    Peter Leeds

    police officer

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • If Mother Myrtle's Magic Mixture can burn through the floor, why is it okay for people to drink? It's delicate enough for a stomach, yet tough on a marble floor?

      • Goof: When Cousin Roy drops his suitcase containing Mother Myrtle's Magic Mixture, you hear the glass break and it shows it smoking,but no liquid comes out of the suitcase, so why does Granny have to bring out the mop to clean up the floor when later on all of the bottles and mixture seem to be intact when Roy sells his mixture at the bank?

    • QUOTES (13)

      • Drysdale: Now, don't worry Mr. Clampett. They'll be here in no time.
        Jed: Well, I ain't sure I wanna be here. Granny is liable to be a might peevish.
        Drysdale: Oh, not for long. I've got a surprise that's gonna make everything alright. One of her dearest friends is coming to see her.
        Jed: Who's that?
        Drysdale: Myrtle Halsey.
        Jed: Myrtle Halsey?
        Drysdale: Yes, the woman who's always been like a daughter to Granny.
        Jed: Now I know I don't wanna be here.

      • Jed: Elly May, ain't you got a nice pretty dress for cousin Roy?
        Elly: Yep, but I don't know if it'll fit him.

      • (Jed is on the phone with Myrtle Halsey)
        Jed: Come on now, say something nice.
        Granny: Sober up, you old bat!

      • Myrtle: Would you promise to keep it strictly business?
        Drysdale: Absolutely.
        Myrtle: Oh. Well, I'll come out anyway.

      • Drysdale: Some clown is peddling patent medicine in front of the bank and I wanna make a complaint.
        Jane: Well, I saw a police man down there. Why don't you complain to him?
        Drysdale: I did! He made me buy six bottles.

      • Jed: Well now you peddled plenty of your tonic. Dr. Daisy's Chickasaw Bloodbiller.
        Granny: That was legitimate medicine. The only knowed protection against Siberian Scurvy.
        Jed: Granny, we never had no Siberian Scurvy.
        Granny: You bet we didn't. I pioneered in preventive medicine.

      • (Drysdale is dancing into the house)
        Jed: He's feeling real spry.
        Elly: Lookin' real spry too.

      • Jane: Well, what about Margaret?
        Drysdale: Margaret who?
        Jane: Your wife.
        Drysdale: Oh, that Margaret.

      • Drysdale: In front of my bank? Pushers?
        Jed: Well I reckon you could call em that. They was pushing a bottle down a police man's throat.

      • Granny: Roy, what happened?
        Roy: I dropped my sample case. Forty bottles of Big Momma's Magic Mixture.
        Jed: Looks like some of em's busted Roy.
        Granny: Don't light a match! Nobody! I'll go get a mop fore it starts eating through the floor.

      • Jed: Good thing that girl is so pretty.
        Granny: Yeah. She takes after me.

      • Granny: I'm cooking him everything but the fatted calf.
        Jed: Speaking of the fatted calf, where is Jethro?

      • Jed: Where you goin' Granny?
        Granny: To fetch my shotgun, I'm gonna perform a mercy killin'.

    • NOTES (2)

      • When Myrtle says she will come out of Beverly Hills, she starts singing "Myrtle and Milby were lovers." That song is a take off of "Frankie and Johnny," which was a movie that Donna Douglas starred in.

      • Roy sings "Darling Elly May" (which is sung to the tune of "Darling Nelly Gray").

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