Can you guess what Mr. Haney is selling on Green Acres?

Fill in the blank on these hackneyed Haney hustles.


The classic sitcom Green Acres is filled with outrageous and oddball characters — one being the ever-persistent, scheming Mr. Haney. Most might call him a scam artist, but he would much prefer the term "entrepreneur."

Here are ten businesses Mr. Haney unveiled to Oliver on the show. Can you fill in the blank to properly label each one? 

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  1. When Oliver says he's in need of more than just a car, Mr. Haney conveniently unveils "Haney's Rent a _______"
  2. What is missing from this sign?
  3. Drucker's store is closed, so Haney provides what kind of general store?
  4. Similarly, Haney's birthday "shoppy" uses the word...
  5. Here, Haney advertises what kind of planter?
  6. Oliver says he's actually planting something else so Haney naturally pulls down a sign for a _______ planter.
  7. What is missing from this sign?
  8. Haney added "Member of the Fryer's Club" as a play on words. What is missing here?
  9. What word is missing from this wordy sign?
  10. Here, Haney advertises the "Transcontinental _________ Apple Trucking Company"

Can you guess what Mr. Haney is selling on Green Acres?

Your Result...

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raddad 3 months ago
I remember Heney trying to sell an “automated wetback” once. that episode seems to have disappeared. The 60’s were a different time for sure.
DW raddad 1 month ago
I believe it still airs but they have cut the word wetback out.
Fred_Clampett DW 1 month ago
I've noticed that word used repeatedly when you stream this on Pluto TV.
JeffPaul76 7 months ago
"You got 6 out of 10" -----------"With Mr. Haney, you never know what you're going to get. Better luck next time!" ------I got 1, 3, 4, and 10 wrong.
Fred_Clampett 7 months ago
7 of 10. Not so good on this one.
Phoebs 37 months ago
Haha Mr Haney 😂😂😂 LOVE GREEN ACRES!!! Pat Buttram was such a genius. R.I.P. cast 😭
TimothyNystrom 43 months ago
10/10, easy enough! Green Acres is one of my all-time favorites! Of course Haney would always be on standby with some defective equipment.
Central_Scrutinizer 43 months ago
10 for 10...but then again, I am a Green Acres aficionado after all
Haney Trivia: Mr. Haney used the word "Marijuana" in 3 different episodes... Puff, Puff, Pass
"Know You Know"
MikefromJersey 43 months ago
The worst I have ever done on a quiz, 4 for 10. Regardless I am solidly behind the Haney for President
in 2020 campaign. He's tanned, rested and ready. I would just request that MeTV doesn't put any
of his ads on these quizzes, there are enough already.
(Please, anyone inclined to comment on the two people in the race, don't. Lets keep these boards
nice for all the nice people here. Thank you.)
JHP 44 months ago
Sorry guys - you musta been salesmen\women - Haney was the ultimate shy-ster damm funny.
JewelsChuck 45 months ago
7/10 I couldn’t stand Mr. Haney, he was an arts!
He was an arts????....huh?
richardkel 45 months ago
9/10. I only watch this show occasionally. Not sure which character is more annoying- Mr. Haney, Lisa, or Eb. Oliver should probably move back to NY and leave them all in the country.
DJS3 45 months ago
I guess I should buy something from
"Haney's Handy Temporal Lobe Lube
Shoppe" so I can do better on the
next quiz!

Number 8: Fryers Club cracked me up! 😜
Evan 45 months ago
5/10. This show was surreal!
SalIanni 45 months ago
6/10. I would probably have better luck with Hank Kimball. You never know what you'll get from him either, but it's always hilarious!
richardkel SalIanni 45 months ago
At least he was basically harmless. I think that other than Oliver Wendell Douglas, Sam Drucker and Mr Ziffel were the only half-way sane characters in the show.
TheDavBow3 45 months ago
Oooh, 6/10. Not too good. Didn't think "curbside" was a thing back then 😉
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