The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 1 Episode 14

No Place Like Home

Aired Unknown Dec 26, 1962 on CBS
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No Place Like Home
The Clampetts arrive back at their old cabin to spend the Christmas holiday with Pearl. But since the cabin will be too crowded with the Clampetts and Brewster, Pearl suggests Brewster stays with her, in an attempt to get engaged. She tries to woo Brewster at show herself off at the theatre she works at during the premiere of Ben Hur. But Pearl has no luck, and the Clampetts aren’t too happy with the cold conditions. But they decide to stay to help Pearl win over Mr. Brewster.moreless

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    Paul Winchell

    Paul Winchell

    Homer Winch

    Guest Star

    Max Baer Jr.

    Max Baer Jr.

    Jethrine Bodine

    Recurring Role

    Bea Benaderet

    Bea Benaderet

    Pearl Bodine

    Recurring Role

    Frank Wilcox

    Frank Wilcox

    John Brewster

    Recurring Role

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      • (Pearl says tells Jed and Granny if Brewster stays with her, if might be a way to get engaged to him)
        Granny: If Mr. Brewster stays with you and Jethrine, won't, won't people talk?
        Pearl: I hope so.

      • (Jed is telling Brewster about his grandfather, who built his log cabin)
        Jed: He finished the cabin in the morning, went to town, found a girl, courted her, married her, and carried her 'cross that doorstep all before sundown. Tell me Granny, was that eighteen and ninety-seven or eighteen and ninety-eight.
        Granny: Eighteen and ninety-eight.
        Jed: Yeah, that's right. She was eighteen, and Grandpa was ninety-eight.
        Brewster: You say he was ninety-eight, and his bride was eighteen?
        Jed: That's right. Marriage didn't work out too good.
        Brewster: Well, I don't doubt it.
        Jed: Yeah. Grandpa made the mistake of havin' his Ma come live with em.
        Granny: Awful bossy old woman. Wouldn't let that little bride do nothin'. Did everything herself.
        (Jed and Granny head inside)
        Brewster: Your, uh, family has remarkable longevity.
        Pearl: Uh, yeah. They, they stretch the truth a little too.
        Brewster: Oh?
        Pearl: Grandpa wasn't a day over ninety when he married that girl. And his Ma didn't bust up the marriage. That poor, little bride just wore out, havin so many younin's to take care of.

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