The Real McCoys

Season 3 Episode 1

The Farmer Took a Wife

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Jul 17, 1959 on ABC
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The Farmer Took a Wife
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Kate's "pickle-brained" ex-boyfriend visits the McCoys with his new bride, and Luke is envious of the old flame's unlikely success in the business world.

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      • Luke: Sugar Babe--what are you doin' out here in the middle of the day all wrapped up in a squirrel skin?
        Kate: Aw, Luke, this is genuine mink!

      • Grampa: I said it once, and I'll say it again: a restaurant ain't no place to eat. I swear, that lobster I done e't a-been a-clawin' at my insides all night long!

      • Grampa (about Eph): Well, don't ya see, Luke? For 20 years now, you've been a-usin' your brain, and he's been restin' his. He's got the advantage of havin' an unused brain now!

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      • The Ventures, members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and best known for their instrumental hits in the 1960s, based their first single recording on The Real McCoys television show. The song, "The Real McCoy" was recorded in 1960 for $300, and featured guitarist Don Wilson doing a vocal imitation of Walter Brennan. The single was a failure, so the band decided that their next single would be an instrumental--and "Walk Don't Run" became their first #1 hit in the summer of 1960.

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