Can you complete these Andy Griffith Show episode titles with the correct names?

Wait… who had the hobo friend?

You sure can find a bunch of quirky, unforgettable characters wandering about the tranquil streets of Mayberry. Heck, at some point, they all got the spotlight on The Andy Griffith Show.

Below, we erased one character for memorable episode titles. See if you can plug in the correct person. If you get stuck, try to remember what happens in these stories. Good luck, friend!

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  1. "_______ and the Governor"
  2. "_______ and the Choir"
  3. "Cyrano _______"
  4. "_______ the Marriage Counselor"
  5. "_______ the Birdman"
  6. "_______ Saves a Female"
  7. "_______'s Hobo Friend"
  8. "_______, the Gay Deceiver"
  9. "_______ Joins the Army"
  10. "_______ Declares for Aunt Bee"
  11. "Barney and _______, Phfftt"
  12. "_______ Sues the County"
  13. "_______ Takes a Car Apart"
  14. "_______, the Comedian"

Can you complete these Andy Griffith Show episode titles with the correct names?

Your Result...

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RedSamRackham 19 months ago
* Actually during Vietnam era military would've even taken Ernest T. Bass because recruiters wanted to meet their quotas. However a screw-up such as Ernest T. probably would've been discharged before completing boot camp as too inept to serve.
Craigg 48 months ago
You got 12 out of 14
Shucks, maybe you should be deputized! Treat yourself to a float at Walker's.
Joseph 60 months ago
11/14. Some are easy if you remember the episode. Others not so much, since episode titles were never shown.
ETristanBooth Joseph 60 months ago
Alas, these kinds of quizzes are easier for those of us who purchase all the books and DVDs that contain the titles.
MrBill 60 months ago
14/14; easy one for me - breezed right thru it.
RedSamRackham MrBill 19 months ago
* Me too! Seen the reruns so many times!
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ETristanBooth 60 months ago
14/14. And that's not actually true, of course. Andy used psychology to get Frankie Flint's father to allow her to present herself in a more feminine manner by suggesting to the farmer that she could attract a husband who would then become a farm hand. This was a strategy that worked, but Frankie was a perfectly respectable young woman by Mayberry standards.
JeffTanner 60 months ago
''You got 10 out of 14'' ---------------Keeping all these citizens straight can really do a number on a deputy! Better luck next time.
Zoshchenko 60 months ago
I don't remember episodes of TV shows having titles! Of course they appear in all the TV listings now. One show that did show the title was the original Hawaii Five-0. But other than that I don't recall many shows that had titles for each episode.
JeffTanner Zoshchenko 60 months ago
Well, the original and new MacGyver have titles for each episode on screen.
JohnBurden 60 months ago

You got 14 out of 14
Shucks, maybe you should be deputized! Treat yourself to a float at Walker's.
cperrynaples 60 months ago
12/14! Missed 3 and 9! [7] Buddy Ebsen's the title character! [8] That title raises a lot of questions about Floyd, doesn't it? [14] Strange that this is the only color episode!
Did you pick Gomer for #9? "Fer shame," if you did.
Maybe there's only one color episode question, because a number of TAGS fans don't like the color episodes as much as the b&w. They wanted to make them happy by not having as many. I don't know the reason, I'm just supposin' is all.
Yep, I confused the Army with the Marines! And I believe there are a number of good color episodes!!
* True that B&W episodes are preferred BUT I get bored with MeTV showing same B&W episodes over & over & over in prime time. FGS they should air entire series both B&W AND Color episodes from beginning to end. Face it: Some of the B&W episodes (such as Aunt Bee & the bed-jacket) were rather lame while some of the color episodes such as Howard the comedian are fun to watch! FGS MeTV show them all on week-nights.
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