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Jane says that they'd have to drive most of the night to get to Jasper County. But the Clampetts have said that it takes a couple of days to make it back home to the hills. Why can they get to Hooterville in less than 24 hours, but it takes nearly a week or more to get back home?
If you look closely at the hotel lobby, you see all of the lovely Christmas decorations, on the door, the clock, the elevator, and the railing of the stairs. But when Granny comes down the steps in her Goldilocks outfit, the decoration from the railing and the elevator have disappeared.
Jethro tells Miss Jane he wants to leave his hat on his head until the hair grows back. But in the next episode, he has a full head of hair. His hair must grow fast, considering it grew back in a week.
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.
Characters from all three of Paul Henning's shows, Green Acres, Petticoat Junction, and The Beverly Hillbillies appear together in this episode.
This is the third Thanksgiving episode of the series.
Jethro is bigger than Lester, but he borrowed his Clyde costume, and it fit perfectly. For a man with longer limbs, how did a smaller suit fit so perfectly?
Granny thinks Jethro is eating boiled string, actually spaghetti. But in an prior episode, Jane is cutting Drysdale's hair and he has something covering his outfit, and Jethro figures he is eating spaghetti and that is a bib. All the Clampetts knew what spaghetti was then, but now with Maria, apparently they forgot.
When Granny is pumping the handcar to come home, in the background you can clearly see a fence. If she were mostly in the middle of nowhere, why would there be a fence blocking the woods off?
In one of the last episodes, Jethro would again mistake grits as being something else.
Granny would cross over to the Petticoat Junction episode,"Granny, The Baby Expert" where she goes to Hooterville to tend to Betty Jo and Steve's baby.
It is very ironic that the Clampetts did not know where Hooterville was when Cousin Pearl called and said she broke her foot dancing, then saying that Betty Jo and Steve had a baby. So undoubtedly Cousin Pearl knew where Hooterville was or she wouldn't have known about Betty Jo and Steve's baby.
Drysdale is really good friends with the Clampetts, so why didn't the clan recongize his voice at the séance? He didn't mask it in any way, and it was very easy to hear.
If Mother Myrtle's Magic Mixture can burn through the floor, why is it okay for people to drink? It's delicate enough for a stomach, yet tough on a marble floor?
Goof: When Cousin Roy drops his suitcase containing Mother Myrtle's Magic Mixture, you hear the glass break and it shows it smoking,but no liquid comes out of the suitcase, so why does Granny have to bring out the mop to clean up the floor when later on all of the bottles and mixture seem to be intact when Roy sells his mixture at the bank?
As a doctor, shouldn't Granny know that by beheading a person, it kills them? Even if you do replace the head, it still would be useless.
If Miss Jane was really the top secretary for the top executive for the top insurance company in Beverly Hills, why did she quit her job to work at the bank?
For just this episode, another actress other than Elvia Allman plays Elverna Bradshaw.
When the running dogs knock Granny's glasses off her head, she has no trouble seeing Jed, Elly, or the dog returning her glasses, but in previous and later episodes, her vision is so bad without her glasses that she's practically blind.
In one of the first episode, Granny says how she only drinks a thimble full of her moonshine/rheumatism medicine. Here we see her thimble is the size of a glass.
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