(Granny and Jed talk about Jethro is grabbed the food since he is in hiding)
Granny: I wonder where that boy is hidin'.
Jed: Granny, ignorance is bliss. Let's keep it blissful for a while.
Granny: I'll drink to that!
Jed: Dog gone if I ain't tempted to join ya.
Granny: Are you married?
Granny: Well, I only asked him Jed to see if he could qualify for a little shot of white lightenin'.
Jed: It is a family rule that you can't sample, uh, Granny's brew unless you's married.
Robert: I'm single.
Granny: I'll go fetch my jug!
Jed: Granny, the man says he's single.
Granny: The jug is fer me. I'm gonna celebrate!
(Jed and Granny are talking about Jethro who has run away, leaving a note to let him know the girl he is hiding from is gone)
Granny: But I can still use a few more days of peace and quiet. I'll leave the note next Monday.
Jed: Make it Tuesday.
(Drysdale tells Elly that Bessie the chimp can stay)
Drysdale: Let her sit at my desk. She can play with my wife's picture.
Jane: Chief, she might break it.
Drysdale: I know. I know.
(Jane recites a poem for Robert to the Clampetts)
Granny: Miss Jane, you sure do have a way with words.
Jane: That was Swift.
Granny: Yeah. Didn't take long.