The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 2 Episode 20

Lafe Returns

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Aired Unknown Feb 12, 1964 on CBS
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Jed is looking for a beau for his gorgeous daughter, so Drysdale and Jane set Elly up with Fred Penrod, a young accountant at the bank. However, no one can seem to get his name straight. Meanwhile, Lafe Crick returns to plant a paw-paw tree in the back yard, really to look for the Clampett fortune he still believes is buried in the back yard. He tries to ensure that the Clampett fortune will be shared with him, by trying to get Jed to set Elly up with his son and by getting Fred to leave, making him believe Elly is his twin sister, just bigger and tougher. Fred meets Elly, and they hit it off right away. And Lafe volunteers to dig a hole for the tree, hoping to find money, and ends up hitting oil four times. Lafe says he plugged up the hole the oil came out of, but it backs up and ends up coming out of the fountain in the pool.moreless

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      • (Lafe is trying to get Jed to let his son court Elly May, but Jed is against it because Lafe's son is bad news)
        Jed: Now, if you'll excuse me, Elly's beau will be here directly. I wanna see he gets greeted proper.
        Lafe: Well, I'll tell ya right now, he won't be the boy my Dub is!
        Jed: Well, thank ya Lafe. That cheers me up considerable.

      • Jed: Now, I'd just like to say that my daughter Elly ain't been courted much. She's what ya might call "innocent." Sweet and innocent.
        Fred Penrod: I understand perfectly, Mr. Clampett.
        Jed: Thank ya.
        (Fred goes into the parlor where Elly is)
        Elly: Hey Fred, do you like to get hugged real hard?
        Fred Penrod: Boy, has your father lost touch with you.

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