Pick your favorite Thanksgiving dish & we'll reveal The Andy Griffith Show character you love most

Which dish is the star of your Thanksgiving dinner?

Today, we've combined two of our favorite home-cooked traditions: Thanksgiving feasts and The Andy Griffith Show.

For fans of both, enough is never enough, and you stop by Wally's Fillin' Station as often as you hit the gravy boat on Thanksgiving day.


That's why we think your favorite Thanksgiving dish can predict the character on The Andy Griffith Show that you love the most.

Pick your ultimate Turkey Day dish and see if we get yours right ... or if maybe something's wrong with our recipe this time.

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  1. What's your favorite dish on the Thanksgiving table?

Pick your favorite Thanksgiving dish & we'll reveal The Andy Griffith Show character you love most

Your Result...

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque nec ante ipsum. Mauris viverra, urna et porta sagittis, lorem diam dapibus diam, et lacinia libero quam id risus.
 
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Debbie 19 days ago
Sweet Potato Casserole - Surprise, surprise, surprise! I got Gomer Pyle!
Coldnorth 1 month ago
Am I the only one who HATES turkey?
L Coldnorth 12 days ago
Chicken's better. Never had goose but would like to try it once. Had duck a couple of times....blech!

Some relatives eat roast beef so I guess that would be the same as ham (which is usually for Christmas).
DK 1 month ago
Apparently because I prefer Turkey, I'm Andy.
Pacificsun 1 month ago
Why'd they put potatoes with Floyd the Barber?
Maybe one of his bottles of after shave, smells like potatoes!
Filmnoirfan 1 month ago
Turkey = Andy Griffith. Just one choice seems like some sort of punishment. How about something involving an entire meal next time? First plate typically includes turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and pecan pie!
bnichols23 1 month ago
Gomer. Oh, heck, yeah, you can call me Gomer if you gimme that sweet tater casserole! AND the mushmelons to, by dang!
Don't forget the Welsh Rarebit!
stephaniestavr5 1 month ago
I wonder which Mayberry resident would come up, if one of the choices had been Turducken? {For the uninitiated, that's a turkey, stuffed with a duck, and a chicken stuffed inside the duck.}
Perhaps Mayor Roy Stoner, Howard Sprague or any character they didn't list.
Ain't nobody in Mayberry can affords 'at 'air!
LoveMETV22 bnichols23 1 month ago
You're correct there. Not an inexpensive item if you were to order one. Probably a little cheaper if you make it yourself, if you have the culinary skills.
I am troubled by the first four letters of the word, "Turducken."
I am "troubled" by your juvenile response. If you didn't pronounce the 4th letter w/the first three, you wouldn't be "troubled." I wouldn't think.
I am a low and vulgar geezer-boy.
fivecents 1 month ago
We ALWAYS have turkey, but if there was a turkey and a ham on the tablr, I'd take the ham ...... lol
Peppermintpatti 1 month ago
I picked Turkey and got Andy Taylor.
KenKnighton 1 month ago
I picked stuffing and got Ernest T. Bass!
dangler1907 1 month ago
I've been granted a date with Thelma Lou, so we can share pecan pie and gaze longingly in each other's eyes.
Until Barney shows up, and then all he** will break loose in the diner ...
RichLorn 1 month ago
I didn't pick any of them because my favorite wasn't there. Next-day Leftovers!!!
dangler1907 RichLorn 1 month ago
Ah, but "Leftover what?" is the question?
"The answer is:" "Leftoverture" by Kansas. Home of 3 good songs: "Point Of No Return," "Dust In The Wind" and "Carry on My Wayward Son."
Moody stephaniestavr5 1 month ago
"Point of No Return" & "Dust in the Wind" are on the Point of No Return album not Leftoverture.
Pacificsun RichLorn 1 month ago
Would the character be Otis then? He always stays overnight in the jail.
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