The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 3 Episode 6

Jed the Heartbreaker

Aired Unknown Oct 28, 1964 on CBS
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Jed the Heartbreaker
Mrs. Drysdale is tired of the Clampetts, especially Granny, who keeps scraping with her. When Miss Jane tells her of a beautiful movie starlet who threw herself at Jed and how Jed stopped going to his movie studio when he found out she was married, she plans a scheme herself. Mrs. Drysdale decides to throw herself at Jed to get him and his family to move away from Beverly Hills. At first, he thinks she is just trying to say she is fat and can’t handle it. But she finally gets her message out. When Jed tells Jane what Mrs. Drysdale is doing, she lets him in on the trick that is being played on him. As the Clampetts pack to leave, Jed makes Mrs. Drysdale believe that she is expected to come with him and get married. When she hears this, she runs home and the Clampetts stay.moreless

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      • (Jane is telling Mrs. Drysdale that Jed is a perfect gentlemen)
        Jane: Did you hear what happened at his studio when an overzealous actress threw herself at him?
        Mrs. Drysdale: I certainly did not. And it all sounds terribly sordid. (pause) What happened?!

      • (Granny is picking fights with the family, and is now getting on Elly after her one sided argument with Jethro)
        Granny: Ere you takin' his side agin me?!!!
        Elly: No ma'am.
        Granny: Ere ya takin' my side agin him?!!!
        Elly: No ma'am.
        Granny: Why not?! Ain't I right?!!!
        Elly: Well, yes ma'am.
        Granny: Then that makes you on my side?!!!
        Elly: Yes ma'am!
        Granny: Well, get off of it!!!

      • (Granny walks in the kitchen, and the family avoids her because she is in one of her scrapping moods)
        Granny: Ain't nobody even gonna speak to poor old Granny?
        Jethro: Good mornin' Granny!
        Granny: WHAT'S good about it?!

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