The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 2 Episode 17

The Girl from Home

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Aired Unknown Jan 15, 1964 on CBS
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The Girl from Home
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Lafe Crick arrives with his daughter Essiebelle. He found love letters Jethro wrote to his daughter, a beauty contest winner. He plans to get Jethro and Essiebelle married so he can get his paws in the Clampett fortune. However, the two don't want to get married, Essiebelle already has a man back home, and Jethro doesn't want to marry Essiebelle because she doesn't look the way she did before. She has gained a considerable amount of weight. When Jed finds this out, he arranges a plan to get Lafe to cancel the engagement between the two, and it works. So in the end, everybody's happy. Essiebelle is marrying her boyfriend back in the hills, and the Clampetts give her the diamond jewelry they bought at the jewelry store. And Jethro is still single.moreless

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    Muriel Landers

    Muriel Landers

    Essiebelle

    Guest Star

    Peter Whitney

    Peter Whitney

    Lafe Crick

    Guest Star

    Chet Stratton

    Chet Stratton

    jewelry salesman

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    Kathy Kersh

    Kathy Kersh

    Marian Billington

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      • (The Clampetts are looking at the jewelry in the jewelry store)
        Granny: Them red diamonds is purty.
        Salesman: Those are rubies.
        Granny: Well, ask her is she wants to sell one.
        Salesman: Madam, the "ruby" I'm referring to is not a lady.
        Granny: How she got them rings is her own business. Just ask her if she wants to sell one.

      • (Lafe tells Jethro starting a letter with "Dear" is considered flirting and love talk)
        Jethro: If it is, I'm in trouble with a lot of women. . . . Men too.

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