The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 7 Episode 11

The Courtship of Homer Noodleman

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Aired Unknown Dec 04, 1968 on CBS
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The Courtship of Homer Noodleman
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The Clampetts leave Hooterville, after spending Thanksgiving there. They return to their mansion, telling Drysdale and Jane about the boy Elly started dating. When Drysdale hears of this, he decides to get a country boy to come and court Elly. He employs Dash Riprock to play country boy, Homer Noodleman. After the Clampetts are introduced to Homer, Granny wants to meet his father. Drysdale arranges it, getting Jane to pose as the father after promising her the sweetest roll she’s ever seen. Jethro enters and asks Drysdale if he can have one of the sweet roll in his car, and Jane learns she has been tricked. She calls Homer Noodleman rotten, and Dash calls his “father” an old nut. Jane chases Dash out of the house and throws sweet rolls at Drysdale. Elly comes in and asks where Homer went, and Granny and Jed tell her to forget him.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

    Tom Lester

    Tom Lester

    Eb Dawson

    Guest Star

    Georgene Barnes

    Georgene Barnes

    Jeanie

    Guest Star

    Donna Jean Young

    Donna Jean Young

    Rita

    Guest Star

    Larry Pennell

    Larry Pennell

    Dash Riprock

    Recurring Role

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In "The Clampetts Play Cupid," Dash was hoping to settle down with Elly. But in this episode, he has mostly forgotten the relationship and gone back to being a playboy. He really got over Elly May pretty quickly.

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Drysdale: Someday after that Hooterville hi-binder Shifty Sam Drucker has squeezed him dry, Jed Clampett will come to me on his knees and beg me to make him rich again! And you know what I'll do?! I'll laugh in his face, and I'll say . . .
        (Jed comes in the door)
        Drysdale: Oh, Mr. Clampett, you're back! (hugs his leg and starts to cry)
        Jed: What's he doing Miss Jane?
        Jane: Believe it or not, he's laughing in your face.

      • Drysdale: Now, why don't you two young people go sit in the parlor?
        Elly: Okay. Come on. (grabs Dash's hand, while still carrying the possum)
        Granny: Elly May, you ain't gonna sit in the parlor with that varmint , ere ya?
        Elly: Well, Pa said he was here to court me.

      • Jane: What do these critters eat?
        Drysdale: I've been trying to get them to eat those critters.

      • (Drysdale thinks that the baby will keep the Clampetts in Hooterville)
        Jane: Are you referring to that darling, little Cathy Jo?
        Drysdale: That kid is another Bonnie Parker, and it's my bank that she's trying to rob!
        Jane: She is two months old!
        Drysdale: And already she has her beaty little eyes on Jed Clampett's money!

      • Granny: Did you ever shoe a mule?
        Dash: Oh, yes ma'am. Uh, shoed him out of my corn just today.
        Jed: You better put a fence around that corn. Betwinst the mules and the hogs, you ain't gonna have none left.

      • Elly: Where's Homer?
        Jed: Forget him honey.
        Granny: Yeah. Go back to your possum. You're better off.

      • Jed: That old fella's got a lot of gumption. Now he's throwing rolls at Mr. Drysdale.

      • Drysdale: Tell em what you've been doing today, Homer.
        Dash: (looks in his hat) I've been out slapping the hogs!
        Jed: Slapping the hogs?
        Jane: I believe he meant to say slopping the hogs.
        Drysdale: No he means slapping. They were in the corn.

      • Jed: Eb's a nice young feller, but if brains was lard, he wouldn't grease too big a pan.

      • (Drysdale came downstairs after taking care of the bear, with his clothes all torn)
        Jane: Well, why did he become violent?
        Drysdale: He didn't like the way I tucked in the corners when I made his bed!

      • (Sam tells Granny she might forget about him because she lives near all the Hollywood leading men)
        Granny: Uh, I've had my fill of them Hollywood glamour boys like Bull Montana.
        Sam: Good.
        Granny: At my age, I'm lookin' fer more than just a perty face.

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