The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 7 Episode 6

Granny Goes to Hooterville

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Aired Unknown Oct 30, 1968 on CBS
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Granny Goes to Hooterville
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Right after the Clampett's return from London, Granny gets a letter saying to go to Hooterville. The problem is that nobody knows where it is. Granny tries to find out, but doesn’t have much luck. Jethro, who won’t get any food from Granny since she is focusing on Hooterville, is desperate for food and accidentally eats Elly's grits and rocks for her critters. Granny has to “doctor” him back to health. While entering the kitchen, she mistakenly sees Jed holding Miss Jane, after she hurt her back, and thinks they are getting married. She tells Drysdale, when he comes over, and he has Jane get back to the office where she is rewarded for her hard work. In the end, Granny leaves to go to Hooterville, and the whole romance of Jane and Jed is cleared up.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

    Edgar Buchanan

    Edgar Buchanan

    Uncle Joe Carson

    Guest Star

    Aron Kincaid

    Aron Kincaid

    Cliff

    Guest Star

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • In one of the last episodes, Jethro would again mistake grits as being something else.

      • Granny would cross over to the Petticoat Junction episode,"Granny, The Baby Expert" where she goes to Hooterville to tend to Betty Jo and Steve's baby.

      • It is very ironic that the Clampetts did not know where Hooterville was when Cousin Pearl called and said she broke her foot dancing, then saying that Betty Jo and Steve had a baby. So undoubtedly Cousin Pearl knew where Hooterville was or she wouldn't have known about Betty Jo and Steve's baby.

    • QUOTES (16)

      • Jed: Who's Betty Jo Elliot?
        Granny: Kate Bradley's daughter.
        Jed: Well who's Kate Bradley?
        Granny: She's runs the Shady Rest Hotel. She's Joe Carson's niece.
        Jed: What's all this got to do with Cousin Pearl?
        Granny: What do ya mean?
        Jed: She sprained her back dancing with Walter McKeagan.
        Granny: Oh, it serves her right. He's the worst dancer in four counties.
        Jed: This is the most confused I've ever been with Jethro out of the house.

      • Granny: Elly, did you get my call to Hooterville?
        Elly: Well I didn't know who to call.
        Granny: Kate Bradley!
        Elly: Well, who's she?
        Granny: Oh, you tell her Jed. I'm too busy.
        Jed: Well, I ain't to clear about it myself.

      • Granny: You gotta drive me the Shady Rest Hotel. I'm gonna take care of a baby.
        Jethro: Well who had a baby?
        Granny: Betty Jo Elliot.
        Jethro: Who's Betty Jo Elliot?
        Granny: Kate Bradley's daughter.
        Jethro: Well who's Kate-
        Jed: Whoa. Leave it right there boy.

      • Jane: Granny, do you think you can help him?
        Granny: Miss Jane, these is the tender healing hands of a physician and surgeon. I'll cure Jethro if I have to find a big rooster and perform a gizzard transplant.
        (Jethro runs down the stairs)
        Jed: Where you goin' boy?
        Jethro: I gotta get away from them tender healing hands!

      • Granny: Jed has took leave of his senses.
        Drysdale: Oh Granny, if I have ever known a steady, stable, rational human being, it's Jed Clampett. What ever made you think such a thing?
        Granny: He has fell head-over-heels in love with your secretary Miss Jane.
        Drysdale: The man is stark-raving mad!

      • Elly: Jethro, you big, dumb nut, I was boiling rocks!
        Jethro: Yeah? Well them's still the best things you ever cooked.

      • Jane: I'm particularly anxious to prepare some of the gastronomical delights indigenous to your native hills.
        Elly: Well I sure hope you have some time to do some cookin' too.

      • Jethro: But Granny, I'm starvin'; I'm desperate; I can't wait.
        Granny: Let Elly cook ya somethin'.
        Jethro: I can wait.

      • Granny: What am I gonna need if I hafta take care of a baby. Ah! Possum fat to grease him with. Lye soap to wash off the possum fat. Corn starch to ease the sting of the lye soap.

      • (Granny tells Jed Pearl hurt her back and can't take care of the baby)
        Jed: What baby? Who had a baby? Wasn't Cousin Pearl was it?
        Granny: Well I should hope not, her a widow fer ten years.

      • Drysdale: Well, we'll be running along, Mr. Clampett. I'm very anxious to get back to my loved ones.
        Jed: Yeah. I reckon ya must of missed your family.
        Drysdale: Family?
        Jane: He's referring to his loved ones in the vault at the bank.

      • (Elly and Granny are looking through the mail that came during their trip)
        Elly: Most of it's fer that feller Occupant.
        Granny: I wish Mr. Occupant would show up someday.
        Jed: Yeah, we got a whole closet full of mail for him.

      • Drysdale: I'd of helped you Mr. Clampett, but I have this thing with my back.
        Miss Jane: Yes, he doesn't like to use it.

      • (Granny enters the mansion)
        Granny: Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home.

      • (Jed picks up four suitcases)
        Drysdale: Oh wait a minute Mr. Clampett, don't you try to carry all those bags.
        Jed: Oh that's all right. They ain't heavy.
        Drysdale: Nonsense. Give a hand Miss Hathaway.

      • Granny: You know Jed, after all that nice, clean air over there in England, it's gonna be awful hard to get used to smog again.
        Jed: Well, look on the bright side Granny. At least here we can see what we's breathing.

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode marks the first and only time that Cousin Pearl and Kate Bradley, both played by Bea Benaderet, are mentioned at the same time.

    • ALLUSIONS (0)

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