The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 3 Episode 20

Jed's Temptation

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Aired Unknown Feb 24, 1965 on CBS
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Jed's Temptation
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It is the day after Jed spent the night dancing with Phyllis, and he is stiff from all the dancing. Granny is throwing her “I told you so”’s at him. And when Phyllis invites him to the horse races, he accepts. When Drysdale and Jane learn of the type of woman she is, they warn Granny and drive her down to the racetrack to stop them. Meanwhile, at the racetrack, Jed and Phyllis are finding great success, because Jed can tell which horse will win. Granny gets there, but Jed and Phyllis leave before she can break them up. She gives money to Fred, who has been losing the races, to buy food, since she misunderstands him, and he bets on the horses, and wins. So Granny stays with him and they bet on the remaining races. Later that night, Jed and Phyllis plan to go out to dinner, and Jed is hanging around so Granny can have the pleasure of being right. Granny comes home depressed and goes straight upstairs. She won money on the fifth, sixth, and seventh races, but lost it all on the eighth.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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      • Granny tells Elly May that she came home at a decent hour, unlike Jed who was out dancing all night. But in the episode prior to this, she got home at three in the morning. That mostly is all night, so it isn't that much of a "decent" hour.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (Jane and Drysdale are warning Granny about Phyllis)
        Granny: Jed is mixed up with a high-steppin' city woman!
        Drysdale: Oh no, it's worse than that! We've been doing some investigating! He's mixed up with a notorious gold digger!
        Jane: A scheming adventurous!
        Drysdale: A money-hungry chorus girl!
        Granny: Three more! He's gone hog wild! (runs to Jethro and Elly) Hurry youngins', we got to get to the fair grounds and save Jed! He's done started himself a harem!

      • (Granny returns home and goes upstairs depressed)
        Jed: Mr. Drysdale, did anything happen to Granny?
        Drysdale: I'll say. She had the winners of the fifth, sixth, and seventh races.
        Jed: Yeah?
        Drysdale: Blew it all on the eighth.

      • (Fred comes back with money after Granny gave him some for what she thought was food)
        Granny: You mean you gambled my money on a horse race?!
        Fred: That's right! And I finally picked a winner!
        Granny: Well, don't stand there! Sit down and pick another one!

      • (Jane is wondering what is taking Granny so long at the horse racing)
        Drysdale: Well, maybe she's lecturing those fifty thousand people on the evils of gambling.
        Jane: Oh, Chief, who would listen?
        Drysdale: Forty-nine thousand losers.

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