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One of television's most warmly remembered comedies, 'The Andy Griffith Show' follows a small town sheriff and his bumbling but well-meaning deputy. It may be quiet and relatively crime free in Mayberry, and its sheriff's demeanor may appear easygoing, but Andy Taylor is always on the case. The warm stories and subtle humor of this universally adored television classic continue to charm and captivate audiences more than 50 years after its original airing.
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Consider this the who's who of TV's favorite early episodes.
It seems like everyone stopped by Mayberry!
It takes a keen sheriff's eye to catch all the changes we made.
Are you one of the townspeople?
Only a true Andy expert can get 12/12 on this quiz.
Can you tell us how these 'Andy Griffith Show' folk are kin?
It's a game of "Would you rather?" — Mayberry style.
Name the series that featured these St. Nicks.
Test your memory of classic opening credits.
Can you spot these actors in disguise?
Andy fans might want to make a road trip to South Carolina.
Clint Howard, Betty Lynn and "the prettiest girl in the first grade" return to Mayberry for the annual festival.
These original bromances became models for male bonding.
Taylorsville, Crumpler, Lawsonville, Campbell… just a short drive from the real-life Mayberry.
Goober says 'hey' and Leon says nothing
Gawwww-leeeee, we're all Gomer sometimes.
Only a true TV fan would catch all these character flaws.
Arkansas native Andy Mayberry happened to be in North Carolina by sheer coincidence.
He may be best known as the Sheriff of Mayberry and Matlock, but the actor portrayed a fantastic villain, too.
He was only two years older than his onscreen daughter.
Mayberry and Matlock have maintained hip-hop credibility for decades.
Ever wanted to skip stones in the exact same spot as Opie and Andy?
11 reasons you need to see seasons six, seven and eight of this classic sitcom
Andy Griffith, Don Knotts, Donna Reed and Dan Blocker are now stretches of pavement.
Check out an illustrated "What It Was, Was Football."
Discover the disappearing beauty shops and upside-down maps of Mayberry.
The former Barney Fife joined 'What a Country!' 30 years ago.
It's a lesser-known episode.
Sometimes you just have to hit the beach and jump a shark.
It seems as if half of '70s television can trace its roots to 'Love, American Style.'
These episodes were meant to spawn new series — and failed more often than not. Look for them on MeTV.
We bet Andy and Opie would love this restaurant.
It turns out this Mayberry citizen had a very famous brother.
Perhaps Sheriff Taylor has Viking ancestors?
Mayberry still gets plenty of visitors.
For better or worse, these small roles changed television.
Carol Burnett, Raymond Burr and Sally Field all had starring roles 50 years ago.
Not every mistake was nipped in the bud.
Get in the Christmas spirit with rare records from Bonanza, Brady Bunch and Star Trek actors.
Let's salute these stars who served.
Who says the Gories, Mosquitoes and Mayhem can't be your favorite bands?
They can't all be winners. Even if you're Andy Griffith and Lucille Ball.
Happy 90th birthday, bear!
Check out these side projects from the cast of the classic sitcom.
Doris Day was crushing it.
Grab a handful of macadamia nuts and learn more about Gomer Pyle.
The former child actor appeared at the Mayberry Days festival.