Sharing a universe with rural sitcoms 'The Beverly Hillbillies' and 'Green Acres,' 'Petticoat Junction' follows Shady Rest Hotel proprietress Kate Bradley (Bea Benaderet) and her family. While lazy-but-lovable Uncle Joe (Edgar Buchanan) tends to his half-baked get-rich-quick schemes, Bradley usually has her hands full with the problems of her daughters, Bobbie Jo (Lori Saunders), Billie Jo (Meredith MacRae) and Betty Jo Bradley (Linda Kaye Henning).
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