Daily Andy Griffith Quiz: "Opie's Hobo Friend"

In which an Artful Dodger-type relies on his wits!

 

Journey back to Mayberry each day with a chronological quiz testing your knowledge of each episode in order. Let's see how long we can all keep the streak going!

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This quiz is about Season 2, Episode 7: "Opie's Hobo Friend". See which details you recall, and which you might need a little refresher on. Good luck, have fun, and be sure to share your score (cumulative or otherwise) in the comment section below!

  1. We'll start off easy: Which familiar face plays the hobo?
  2. What does the stranger steal out of the cruiser?
  3. What's the fella's name?
  4. What's the magic word the hobo uses?
  5. Andy gives the man work doing what?
  6. According to Opie's new friend, what separates us from the apes?
  7. The man also has philosophies regarding the days of the week. Which day is the best?
  8. Opie gets brought in on what kind of charges?
  9. Opie's friend claims to have invented a new kind of fish lure. What's it called?
  10. The episode ends with Barney practicing what hobby?

Daily Andy Griffith Quiz: "Opie's Hobo Friend"

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54 Comments

Wenatchee7 1 month ago
10/10 That was top 10 on my list of shows.
Wendy57 1 month ago
8/10
Really appreciated Buddy Ebsen in this episode.
IndianaRockz 1 month ago
5/10
I'm a mighty disappointed in myself.
Zip 1 month ago
7/10
One of my favorite episodes. I like the selfless act that Mr. Dave does at the end.
MikefromJersey 1 month ago
"You got 8 out of 10. You've restored order in Mayberry, Sheriff!"

As a kid I always got upset when "Uncle Jed" played bad guys. Mainly because he was so good at it.
He played the head of a family of mass murderers who knocked off travelers staying at their stage
station on the 101st episode of "Maverick", he was chilling! It was based on a real family.
Zip MikefromJersey 1 month ago
Wow! Never heard of that. Don't know if I want to see "Dave"/Barnaby/Jed acting like that.
MikefromJersey Zip 1 month ago
Hi Zip,
Ebsen also appeared on Have Gun Will Travel as a bad guy.
I think my favorite role was when he appeared on a Bonanza episode later on in the run,
as a veteran cowboy who Ben is overly harsh with and fires. Ebsen then challenges Ben
to leave his fancy ranch and get a job as a regular hand on a ranch. Really well written
and one of the best episodes of the entire series as it deals with many themes.
Probably have to watch it twice to catch everything that is going on.
Lorne Greene also can be seen upping his acting game to match Ebsen's, two old pros
circling each other and enjoying the challenge.
BorisK MikefromJersey 1 month ago
I saw Ellie Mae (Donna Douglas) on a flight to Tulsa once.
MikefromJersey BorisK 1 month ago
That sounds like the 1st line of a country song:
I saw Ellie Mae on a flight to Tulsa once.
Made mah heart skip a bounce.
Ever since I saw her by the cement pool
I've been her ever lovin' fool.
Sweendog 1 month ago
8 of 10 - I thought I would do better on this one, as it was one of my favorite episodes.
brenbom 1 month ago
9/10 this was one of my favorite episodes
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