The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 5 Episode 30

The Dahlia Feud

Aired Unknown Apr 19, 1967 on CBS
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The Dahlia Feud

Granny starts her day off in a happy, positive mood, but ends up getting into another scrap with Mrs. Drysdale due to a misunderstanding. Granny wants to seek revenge, but sees Mrs. Drysdale's gardener, and believes him to be a hired killer.

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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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      • Elly: I don't blame ya for tremblin' Granny. Fella twelve foot tall would scare anybody.
        (Granny drinks some of her moonshine)
        Granny: Well, maybe he ain't twelve foot. But he'll go eight or better!
        Elly: Well, that's still big enough to scare ya!
        (Granny drinks a bit more or her moonshine)
        Granny: Course, maybe eight is stretchin' it a might. But he's a good six feet and strong as an ox.
        (Granny finished up her moonshine. Then she heads towards the door.)
        Elly: Well, Granny, where ya going?
        Granny: I'll learn that little runt to bend my gun!

      • (Granny is pouring a glass of her corn squeezings)
        Elly: Well Granny, you're gonna spill that.
        Granny: Yeah honey, you pour it for me. I don't want it to eat through the table.

      • Granny: I tell ya Jed, he's so big, that he can't walk through that door.
        Jed: Well, then stay in the house, ya got nothin' to worry about.

      • Granny: Elly, fetch my jug.
        Jed: How's your feud comin' with Mrs. Drysdale?
        Granny: Jed, she run in a hired killer on me.
        Jed: Hired killer?
        Granny: I tell ya Jed, he's a giant. A goliath! He stands nine or ten foot tall and has the strength of forty mules. He grabbed my shot gun and bent it double.
        (Elly brings Granny her jug)
        Jed: You don't need no more of that. (covers the jug back up)

      • (Granny comes running into the house)
        Granny: JED!
        Jed: Well, you're doin' better Granny. This time ya come back dry.

      • Jed: Now Granny, that poor city woman don't know nothin' about feudin'.
        Granny: She's about to get some on the job trainin'.

      • Jed: Well, I'm fine thank ya, but I'm kinda worried about your wife.
        Drysdale: Well frankly, so am I.

      • Granny: You sorry you called me a thief?
        Mrs. Drysdale: Yes. You're no thief. You're a kleptomaniac!
        Granny: Well, that's better.

      • (Jethro is eating the sponge cake Elly made for Jed, unaware it is made of actual sponges)
        Jethro: Hey, is there anymore of that cake around?
        Jed: Anymore? Did you eat the one that was here?
        Jethro: Oh, yes sir.
        Jed: How was it?
        Jethro: Good, but springy. When I bit into it, it kinda fought back. Funny thing about that cake, it was light as a feather going down, but the more milk I drink, the heavier it sits. I think some of the threads from the flour sack got in it too.

      • Mrs. Drysdale: I'm your wife! Your mate. For twenty seven years I've shared your bed and board.
        Drysdale: Please, not while I'm eating.

      • Drysdale: I don't care if it was an accident! Now you go over there and apologize to Granny.
        Mrs. Drysdale: Apologize?! I should call the police and demand an arrest.
        Drysdale: I'm not asking you to go to jail, just apologize.

      • (Elly made Jed a sponge cake)
        Jed: Why, it's light as a feather. I'll bet cha that rascal will really sop up the milk.
        Elly: Well, it ought to. I put four sponges in it.

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