The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 5 Episode 29

The Little Monster

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Aired Unknown Apr 12, 1967 on CBS
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Drysdale's nephew, little Milby, visits the Clampett house and tricks Jethro into selling him numerous priceless antiques for only a couple hundred dollars.

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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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      • Granny: You must have spanked him good. We could hear him yellin' clean inside.
        Drysdale: That's not what he was yelling about. He's used to spankings. I got him where it really hurts.
        Jed: What cha mean?
        Drysdale: I took his money belt.

      • (Jane and Drysdale are talking about Milby, who is visiting the Clampetts)
        Drysdale: He's just a normal, high-spirited youngster.
        Jane: Is it normal to be kicked out of three military schools in one year?
        Drysdale: It happens.
        Jane: For usury?
        Drysdale: I don't care what the law said! Eighty percent interest on a loan is not unreasonable!

      • Jed: Seems like ever since, his body and his appetite have been tryin' to see which could get the biggest.
        Granny: Yeah. Too bad his brains didn't enter the race.

      • Jed: Well, ya got to remember even as a baby, Jethro had a mighty unusal hunger.
        Granny: Yeah. There ain't many three day-old babies that can tie into a side of bacon like he done.
        Jed: Especially when it was still attached to the hog.

      • Granny: Jethro! Carry in little Milby and be very careful with him!
        Jed: Granny, little Milby is a big boy.
        Jethro: Here he is.
        (Jethro comes in carrying 11 year-old Milby in his arms. Granny thinks he is an 11 month old baby)
        Granny: My. He is big fer eleven months ain't he? Almost as big as Jethro was at that age.

      • Jed: And it'll be givin' Elly a job at the same time. She'll be your babysitter. She's waitin' outside. I'll go fetch her in.
        Milby: Did you say a babysitter? For me?
        Jed: Yeah. Here she is now.
        Milby: But I'm eleven years old.
        (Milby turns around and sees Elly May)
        Milby: Course, I'm very insecure.

      • Milby: Water, Mr. Clampett?
        Jed: Oh, no thanks son.
        Milby: Coffee, tea, milk?
        Jed: No thanks.
        Drysdale: He's a fine boy. He has a great career ahead of him.
        Jed: Yeah, he's already a pretty good waiter.

      • Drysdale: You've got to take care of him.
        Jane: Not even if you give me a whip and a chair!

      • Jane: At the age of six, when other little kiddies were playing hide and seek, Milby had started his first business.
        Drysdale: So, every kid has a lemonade stand.
        Jane: Milburn opened a pawn shop!

      • Drysdale: He's a fine lad.
        Jane: He's a grasping, aberiscious, crafty, conniving, little money grubber.
        Drysdale: Yes. Everyone says he reminds them as me as a boy.

      • Drysdale: Last year when you took care of Milby, he was just going through a transition phase.
        Jane: I know. Like the Wolfman.

      • Drysdale: His parents asked me to keep an eye on him for a few hours while they're gone.
        Miss Jane: Where have they gone?
        Drysdale: Europe.

      • Jed: I might go down and see can Mr. Drysdale find somethin' fer em.
        Granny: Jed, yer wastin' yer wind. The couple of times they did put em to work, they were back the same day.
        Jed: I know.
        Granny: I figure, betwinst Elly's secretarying and Jethro's cyphering, they made the other workers look sluggish.

      • (Granny is convinced a movie star stole her beauty secret - her lye soap)
        Granny: Elly, tell yer pa why my skin looks the way it does today!
        Elly: I suppose it's because you've been in the sun and the wind too long.

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