The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 5 Episode 22

Elly Comes Out

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Aired Unknown Feb 15, 1967 on CBS
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Elly Comes Out
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Elly shows Granny an article about an old school mate getting engaged after having a coming out party. Granny tells Jed about this, and the clan decides to give Elly May a coming out party. Drysdale isn’t happy about hearing this, especially the “spare no expense” part and seeing the Clampetts’ country decorations. Drysdale decides to get someone to help with the task so the Clampetts don’t embarrass themselves, getting his wife to tend to help the Clampetts. However, she sees this as the way to get the Clampetts out of Beverly Hills. She doesn’t change a thing the Clampetts have done. Drysdale and Jane see what she has done and make a few last minute changes. They call all the people on the guest list and tell them it is a costume party. That night the party is a success and everybody has a good time.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

    Jennifer Lea

    Jennifer Lea

    secretary

    Guest Star

    Robert Strauss

    Robert Strauss

    Society Sandy

    Guest Star

    Harriet MacGibbon

    Harriet MacGibbon

    Mrs. Margaret Drysdale

    Recurring Role

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      • (Jed and Granny are talking about the guests at the party, both unaware it has become a costume party)
        Jed: It ain't so much that they're dressin' funny, but have ya talked to any of em? I asked that fella dancin' with Elly who he was, and he said, "Napoleon."

      • Granny: Well Mr. Lady Killer, you sure set Miss Society Sandy on her ear.
        Jed: What cha talkin' bout?
        Granny: Well, she seemed quite anxious to get to know you better. I mean, she ain't gonna have that sore throat forever.
        (Jed and Granny look at Society Sandy, still unaware that Sandy is a man)
        Jed: Forget it Granny. It don't bother me that she ain't too pretty in the face or dresses funny or totes a stick with a ribbon on it. But I just don't think I could warm up to a woman who smokes a cigar.

      • Drysdale: Look at this guest list! Everybody from Society Sandy to Phil the Drycleaner!
        Jane: Prince Philipo de Ragetini.

      • Jed: (talking about Luther Gouch & His Ozark Jug Band on why they canceled to play Elly's party) Seems they needed some new jugs to toot on, so uh, they had a party, and uh, now they got the jugs, but uh, nobody's sober enough to play em.

      • (Mrs. Drysdale is "helping" the Clampetts with their party for Elly)
        Jed: Now ya see Granny, she's being a help. Why you might even have a chance to get some sleep before the party. Course I know ya ain't the least bit sleepy, are ya Granny? Granny!
        (Granny has fallen asleep on the floor)

      • (Drysdale and Jane are trying to find someone to tell the Clampett's they are going about the Coming Out party all wrong)
        Drysdale: Well, who are we gonna find who will?! Who's cold enough, callous enough, heartless enough . . .
        (A dog barks)
        Mrs. Drysdale: Milburn.
        Drysdale: Margaret, we were just talking about you.

      • (Elly & Jethro are wiritng invitations out of what they think is the blue book, actually the telephone book)
        Jethro: Boy, if I wasn't so dog gone good at cypherin', I'd swear there was more than 400 names in here.

      • Granny: Out here, a comin' out party can get a girl married quicker than a shot gun could back home.

      • Jethro: And then ya got to have party vittles fixed by a world famous chef.
        Granny: Mm Hmm. I already figured on doin' the cookin'.

      • (Granny is telling Jed why Elly isn't getting any male callers)
        Granny: She ain't been presented to society.
        Jed: That's what a comin' out party's fer, huh?
        Granny: Why sure. When ya wanna get rid of an old hound dog, ya bring him out where folks can look at him, don't ya?
        Jed: I see yer point, but I wouldn't put it just that way.

      • Granny: Now you'll get a husband. Don't you worry.
        Elly: Well I ain't worried.
        Granny: Of course not honey. No need to be.
        (Elly leaves)
        Granny: I'm worrying enough for the both of us.

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