QUIZ: How Well Do You Remember “The Andy Griffith Show?”

For eight seasons, “The Andy Griffith Show” followed Sheriff Andy Taylor, his son, Opie, and Aunt Bee as they made their way through life in the town of Mayberry, North Carolina. The series was a hit in the 1960s, and it continues to pop up in reruns every now and again. So in honor of this classic sitcom, here’s a quiz that will challenge even the most devoted fan of “The Andy Griffith Show.”

 

For eight seasons, “The Andy Griffith Show” followed Sheriff Andy Taylor, his son, Opie, and Aunt Bee as they made their way through life in the town of Mayberry, North Carolina. The series was a hit in the 1960s, and it continues to pop up in reruns every now and again. So in honor of this classic sitcom, here’s a quiz that will challenge even the most devoted fan of “The Andy Griffith Show.”

 

In season 4, Barney buys something for the Sheriff's station, but then donates it to the National Guard. What was it?

  • A motorcycle
  • A school bus
  • A pen
  • A car

In the episode, “Barney’s Sidecar,” Barney buys a World War II motorcycle to catch people speeding on Route 6. But it was so noisy and annoying to the townspeople, that Andy gets Barney to donate it to the National Guard.

In the episode, “Barney’s Sidecar,” Barney buys a World War II motorcycle to catch people speeding on Route 6. But it was so noisy and annoying to the townspeople, that Andy gets Barney to donate it to the National Guard.

Andy’s first girlfriend was named Ellie Walker and she was played by actress Elinor Donahue. But what was her line of work on the show?

  • Actress
  • Pharmacist
  • Dog walker
  • Model

Andy often referred to Ellie as a lady druggist and writers intended her to be a series regular. Unfortunately, she was only on the show for 12 episodes. Then she never appeared again.

Andy often referred to Ellie as a lady druggist and writers intended her to be a series regular. Unfortunately, she was only on the show for 12 episodes. Then she never appeared again.

What is the name of the new shop that took over for Floyd’s Barbershop in the series?

  • Judd’s Junk
  • Emmett’s Fix-It
  • Suzie Q
  • Toys R Us

When actor Howard McNear left the series in 1967, his storefront, Floyd’s Barbershop, was replaced by Emmett’s Fix-It. The character, Floyd, retired and sold his shop, allowing Emmett to turn that space into his shop.

When actor Howard McNear left the series in 1967, his storefront, Floyd’s Barbershop, was replaced by Emmett’s Fix-It. The character, Floyd, retired and sold his shop, allowing Emmett to turn that space into his shop.

Barney had three girlfriends over the course of the series and TV movie. Which of these women was not his girlfriend?

  • Suzie Jo
  • Hilda Mae
  • Miss Rosemary
  • Thelma Lou

Barney dated Miss Rosemary and Hilda Mae. But eventually, he settled for Thelma Lou who was his long-time girlfriend. They ended up getting married in the TV movie “Return to Mayberry” in 1986.

Barney dated Miss Rosemary and Hilda Mae. But eventually, he settled for Thelma Lou who was his long-time girlfriend. They ended up getting married in the TV movie “Return to Mayberry” in 1986.

What was Helen Crump’s profession on the series?

  • A chiropractor
  • A doctor
  • A cop
  • A teacher

Andy’s son, Opie and his pals called her old lady Crump. She was only supposed to appear on the show once, but she became Andy’s girlfriend and appeared a total of 66 times after producers fell in love with the actress Aneta Corsaut.

Andy’s son, Opie and his pals called her old lady Crump. She was only supposed to appear on the show once, but she became Andy’s girlfriend and appeared a total of 66 times after producers fell in love with the actress Aneta Corsaut.

What explanation did the show come up with for the sudden departure of the character Barney Fife when actor Don Knots left the series after season 5?

  • He made the “big time” as a cop in Raleigh
  • He vanished without a trace
  • He passed away
  • He robbed a bank and went to Mexico

The writers were left with little recourse but to explain that Barney Fife landed himself an amazing job working for the police department in Raleigh and fans were okay with that.

The writers were left with little recourse but to explain that Barney Fife landed himself an amazing job working for the police department in Raleigh and fans were okay with that.

Sheriff Andy Taylor’s middle name sounded quite presidential. What was it?

  • Washington
  • Nixon
  • Bush
  • Jackson

Andy’s middle name was Jackson. But there’s not a whole lot of backstory on the character other than the fact that he went to Mayberry High School and that his wife died when his son Opie was a baby.

Andy’s middle name was Jackson. But there’s not a whole lot of backstory on the character other than the fact that he went to Mayberry High School and that his wife died when his son Opie was a baby.

Barney was not shy about expressing his opinions. Which of the following was one of Barney’s popular sayings?

  • Ain’t it the truth
  • Cry me a river
  • You’ve gone crackers
  • Nip it in the bud

In the episode, “One-Punch Opie,” Barney gives Andy some parental advice and uses the phrase, “nip it in the bud.” And although the phrase was used in a previous episode, this was the episode where the saying became very popular.

In the episode, “One-Punch Opie,” Barney gives Andy some parental advice and uses the phrase, “nip it in the bud.” And although the phrase was used in a previous episode, this was the episode where the saying became very popular.

Andy Taylor was obviously the sheriff of Mayberry, but he also held another position.

  • Janitor
  • Teacher
  • Justice of the Peace
  • School Principal

When the pilot was written, Barney Fife had not been conceived of, so Andy Taylor was a Jack of all Trades. This meant that aside from being a sheriff, he was also a justice of the peace.

When the pilot was written, Barney Fife had not been conceived of, so Andy Taylor was a Jack of all Trades. This meant that aside from being a sheriff, he was also a justice of the peace.

Hollywood came to Mayberry in one episode to do a TV show based on Mayberry’s police department after someone stumbled upon an article in a magazine called “Sheriff Without A ______.”

  • Gun
  • Cause
  • Badge
  • Wife

In the episode titled “TV or Not TV,” Hollywood producers learn of the article about Sheriff Andy Taylor and pop in for a visit. But Andy smells something fishy when the crew start snooping around the Mayberry Security Bank.

In the episode titled “TV or Not TV,” Hollywood producers learn of the article about Sheriff Andy Taylor and pop in for a visit. But Andy smells something fishy when the crew start snooping around the Mayberry Security Bank.

Andy allowed Barney to keep one bullet somewhere to keep himself from getting hurt. Where did he keep it?

  • His desk drawer
  • His shirt pocket
  • His boot
  • His wallet

Barney was known for misfiring his gun into the wall, on the floor or pretty much anywhere that would pose a threat. So, Andy only allowed him to keep one bullet on him in case of an emergency. So, Barney placed it in his shirt pocket.

Barney was known for misfiring his gun into the wall, on the floor or pretty much anywhere that would pose a threat. So, Andy only allowed him to keep one bullet on him in case of an emergency. So, Barney placed it in his shirt pocket.

Mayberry wasn’t a real town but it was based off of one. What actor lived in this town?

  • Andy Griffith
  • Rock Hudson
  • Desi Arnaz
  • William Shatner

Andy Griffith grew up in the town of Mount Airy, North Carolina. Mount Airy inspired Mayberry. In fact, the residents there know it as both Mount Airy and as Mayberry in real life.

Andy Griffith grew up in the town of Mount Airy, North Carolina. Mount Airy inspired Mayberry. In fact, the residents there know it as both Mount Airy and as Mayberry in real life.

The character, Roy Stoner, played by Parley Edward Baer, joined the series in season 3 and played what role in town?

  • Manager of a supermarket
  • Doctor
  • Sheriff
  • Mayor of Mayberry

When actor Dick Elliot, who played Mayor Pike, passed away in season 2, writers introduced Mayor Stoner. But they never really wrote in an explanation for the departure of the town’s previous mayor.

When actor Dick Elliot, who played Mayor Pike, passed away in season 2, writers introduced Mayor Stoner. But they never really wrote in an explanation for the departure of the town’s previous mayor.

What is the name of the show’s opening theme song?

  • Whistling Dixie
  • Down in the Valley
  • The Fishin’ Hole
  • You Are My Sunshine

The song was composed by Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer, but whistled by Hagen. The song has also been dubbed “The Mayberry March.” Aside from playing as part of the opening theme, it can be heard in the background throughout the series.

The song was composed by Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer, but whistled by Hagen. The song has also been dubbed “The Mayberry March.” Aside from playing as part of the opening theme, it can be heard in the background throughout the series.

In a 1963 episode, the character, Barney, placed a parking ticket in someone’s car and refused to tear the ticket up. Whose car did he ticket?

  • Andy
  • The town’s mayor
  • Roy Stoner
  • The governor

In the episode “Barney and the Governor,” Barney places a ticket on the governor’s car for illegally parking in the wrong spot. But he doesn’t realize this until after the governor comes to town. Throughout the episode, Barney is afraid of getting fired, but the governor ends up congratulating him instead.

In the episode “Barney and the Governor,” Barney places a ticket on the governor’s car for illegally parking in the wrong spot. But he doesn’t realize this until after the governor comes to town. Throughout the episode, Barney is afraid of getting fired, but the governor ends up congratulating him instead.

Barney considered Andy his cousin, but he also had another cousin. What’s his name?

  • Jack
  • Sawyer
  • Louis
  • Virgil

Actor Michael Pollard played Barney’s cousin, Virgil, from New Jersey. The character was awkward and clumsy. He was also pretty handy when it came to picking a lock, which he does in the season two episode “Cousin Virgil.”

Actor Michael Pollard played Barney’s cousin, Virgil, from New Jersey. The character was awkward and clumsy. He was also pretty handy when it came to picking a lock, which he does in the season two episode “Cousin Virgil.”

“The Andy Griffith Show” was such a success, that the network decided to launch a spin-off in 1964. What was the name of this show?

  • Green Acres
  • Petticoat Junction
  • The Munsters
  • Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.

“Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.” starred Jim Nabors as Gomer Pyle, a gas station attendant from Mayberry, North Carolina, who joins the United States Marine Corps. The series ran from 1964 to 1969.

“Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.” starred Jim Nabors as Gomer Pyle, a gas station attendant from Mayberry, North Carolina, who joins the United States Marine Corps. The series ran from 1964 to 1969.

What kind of destructive behavior was the character Ernest T. Bass known for?

  • Burning trash
  • Breaking windows
  • Throwing rocks
  • Robbing banks

Bass considered himself “the best rock thrower in the county.” Aside from throwing rocks, he was also very rude to women. “He’s a nut!” was one of the ways that the character Barney described Bass.

Bass considered himself “the best rock thrower in the county.” Aside from throwing rocks, he was also very rude to women. “He’s a nut!” was one of the ways that the character Barney described Bass.

What does Barney claim Aunt Bee’s pickles taste like in the episode “The Pickle Story”?

  • Kerosene
  • Onion
  • Bleach
  • Cheese

Barney is kind enough not to tell Aunt Bee that her pickles taste like kerosene, but he does buy some from the store and replaces Aunt Bee’s variety with the help of Andy and Opie. But when Aunt Bee enters a contest, the boys are forced to eat them all so she can enter her original batch.

Barney is kind enough not to tell Aunt Bee that her pickles taste like kerosene, but he does buy some from the store and replaces Aunt Bee’s variety with the help of Andy and Opie. But when Aunt Bee enters a contest, the boys are forced to eat them all so she can enter her original batch.

Where did Andy go for a job interview when he left Barney in charge of looking after Mayberry?

  • Miami
  • Raleigh
  • Bon Temp
  • Virginia

In the episode “Goodbye, Sheriff Taylor,” Andy travels to Raleigh for a potential job opportunity. This leaves Barney in charge of looking for a new deputy. But when Andy returns to town, he finds that Mayberry is a mess and he realizes that his people truly need him.

In the episode “Goodbye, Sheriff Taylor,” Andy travels to Raleigh for a potential job opportunity. This leaves Barney in charge of looking for a new deputy. But when Andy returns to town, he finds that Mayberry is a mess and he realizes that his people truly need him.

How many seasons of “The Andy Griffith Show” were shot in black and white?

  • 2
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

Over half of the seasons of the series were shot in black and white before the show switched to color in 1965. So, out of the 249 episodes, 159 were black and white and only 90 episodes were in fact shot in color.

Over half of the seasons of the series were shot in black and white before the show switched to color in 1965. So, out of the 249 episodes, 159 were black and white and only 90 episodes were in fact shot in color.

Barney takes a job as what after a rookie cop shows up in Mayberry for training?

  • Vacuum salesman
  • Doctor
  • Teacher
  • Sales rep

In a season two episode, Barney gets jealous of a new cop called Bob Rogers, who is doing such a great job, that he fears he’s going to get the boot. So, Barney temporarily becomes a vacuum salesman.

In a season two episode, Barney gets jealous of a new cop called Bob Rogers, who is doing such a great job, that he fears he’s going to get the boot. So, Barney temporarily becomes a vacuum salesman.

In the episode “Alcohol and Old Lace” what’s the last name of the sisters who ran moonshine in Mayberry?

  • Morrison
  • Lopez
  • Johnson
  • Smith

In this classic episode, Andy’s son, Opie, tells his dad that Clarabelle and Jennifer Morrison have a flower making machine, which piques Andy’s curiosity. He and Barney later discover that the “machine” is actually a moonshining still.

In this classic episode, Andy’s son, Opie, tells his dad that Clarabelle and Jennifer Morrison have a flower making machine, which piques Andy’s curiosity. He and Barney later discover that the “machine” is actually a moonshining still.

Actor Hal Smith played the role of Mayberry’s town drunk. What was the character’s name?

  • Ben
  • Otis
  • Jonathan
  • Wil

Otis Campbell was a glue dipper for a furniture factory, but he spent most of his weekends drunk. Otis popped up from 1960 to 1967, but sponsors felt that his character poorly depicted alcohol abuse, so he appeared less frequently towards the end of the show.

Otis Campbell was a glue dipper for a furniture factory, but he spent most of his weekends drunk. Otis popped up from 1960 to 1967, but sponsors felt that his character poorly depicted alcohol abuse, so he appeared less frequently towards the end of the show.

“The Andy Griffith Show” received a film revival in 1986. What was the name of this TV movie?

  • Return to Mayberry
  • The Return of Andy Taylor
  • Sheriff Andy Returns
  • The Andy Griffith Show: The Movie

16 of the original cast members reprised their role for the 1986 film “Return to Mayberry.” The network ratings were so high that there were plans to do more sequels, but at that point, Griffith was already starring in the series “Matlock.”

16 of the original cast members reprised their role for the 1986 film “Return to Mayberry.” The network ratings were so high that there were plans to do more sequels, but at that point, Griffith was already starring in the series “Matlock.”

What exotic food does Barney order at a fancy restaurant as not to seem out of place?

  • Caviar
  • Veal
  • Steak tartare
  • Snails and brains

While Andy chose a steak dinner at the fancy restaurant, Barney looked at the menu and pointed out the two fanciest words, which of course translated to snails and brains.

While Andy chose a steak dinner at the fancy restaurant, Barney looked at the menu and pointed out the two fanciest words, which of course translated to snails and brains.

What kind of car did Andy and Barney drive for work?

  • Chevy Impala
  • Ford Galaxie
  • Dodge Dart
  • Chrysler Imperial

Because there was a Ford dealership nearby where the show filmed in Los Angeles, the producers of the series were gifted a new Ford Galaxie to use in the show for free. More than ten different versions of the car were used throughout the run of the show.

Because there was a Ford dealership nearby where the show filmed in Los Angeles, the producers of the series were gifted a new Ford Galaxie to use in the show for free. More than ten different versions of the car were used throughout the run of the show.

What did the Morrison sisters call their moonshine?

  • Elixer
  • Cough Syrup
  • Cure-It-All
  • Mother’s Milk

The Morrison sisters appeared in the episode “Alcohol and Old Lace,” which is a reference to the classic Cary Grant film “Arsenic and Old Lace.” Because Andy was so kind, he decided to destroy the sister’s still instead of arresting them in the episode.

The Morrison sisters appeared in the episode “Alcohol and Old Lace,” which is a reference to the classic Cary Grant film “Arsenic and Old Lace.” Because Andy was so kind, he decided to destroy the sister’s still instead of arresting them in the episode.

What was the name of the supermarket in Mayberry that was located by the TV repair store?

  • Smart’s
  • Foley’s
  • Smith’s
  • Auntie’s

Foley’s market was sometimes referred to as Crowley’s Grocery because the character Art Crowley managed the store. It seemed to be the only grocery shopping location in Mayberry, which wasn’t uncommon for small towns at the time.

Foley’s market was sometimes referred to as Crowley’s Grocery because the character Art Crowley managed the store. It seemed to be the only grocery shopping location in Mayberry, which wasn’t uncommon for small towns at the time.

What was Andy Taylor’s favorite dish, that his wife was sadly unable to make?

  • Beef Stroganoff
  • Meatloaf
  • Leg of lamb
  • Chicken noodle soup

In the episode titled “A Wife for Andy,” Barney finds out that Helen Crump can’t cook Andy’s favorite dish when she says, “I wouldn’t even know where to start. As a matter of fact, I’m a terrible cook!”

In the episode titled “A Wife for Andy,” Barney finds out that Helen Crump can’t cook Andy’s favorite dish when she says, “I wouldn’t even know where to start. As a matter of fact, I’m a terrible cook!”

When Aunt Bee ran for city council, she was upset to find out that Andy had already endorsed which of her opponents?

  • Floyd
  • Otis
  • Howard
  • Opie

Even though she had the support of the Woman’s Club, Aunt Bee was surprised to find out that Andy, Goober and Floyd had already put their support behind Howard Sprague.

Even though she had the support of the Woman’s Club, Aunt Bee was surprised to find out that Andy, Goober and Floyd had already put their support behind Howard Sprague.

Die hard fans will know this one. What was Eagle Eye Annie?

  • Andy’s ex-girlfriend
  • A beloved dog
  • A fugitive on the run
  • A fishing rod

Andy’s prized fishing pole was lovingly called Eagle Eye Annie, and a few references to the pole were made throughout the show, like in the episode titled “The Bed Jacket,” where Andy agrees to trade his beloved fishing pole for a bed jacket for Aunt Bee.

Andy’s prized fishing pole was lovingly called Eagle Eye Annie, and a few references to the pole were made throughout the show, like in the episode titled “The Bed Jacket,” where Andy agrees to trade his beloved fishing pole for a bed jacket for Aunt Bee.

Which department store owner is revealed in season one to be the richest man in Mayberry?

  • Ben Weaver
  • Gomer Piles
  • Sookie St. James
  • Kirk Gleason

In a Christmas themed episode, Ben Weaver plays the role of Scrooge while the people of Mayberry choose to spend Christmas with a bootlegger who was thrown into jail instead.

In a Christmas themed episode, Ben Weaver plays the role of Scrooge while the people of Mayberry choose to spend Christmas with a bootlegger who was thrown into jail instead.

What was the name of the girlfriend that Barney Fife sang a song to?

  • Julia
  • Sarah
  • Juanita
  • Rita

No one can forget Barney singing the lines, “from your head down to your feet, there’s nothing half so sweet.” And the lady he was singing to was Juanita Beasley, who was never actually seen on camera.

No one can forget Barney singing the lines, “from your head down to your feet, there’s nothing half so sweet.” And the lady he was singing to was Juanita Beasley, who was never actually seen on camera.

The pilot episode of “The Andy Griffith Show” was an episode of what other series?

  • A Face in the Crowd
  • The Danny Thomas Show
  • Father Knows Best
  • Death Valley Days

In the seventh season of “The Danny Thomas Show,” an episode was produced where Thomas gets arrested by Sheriff Andy Taylor in a town called Mayberry. This plot line was responsible for the idea of what would become “The Andy Griffith Show” later that year in 1960.

In the seventh season of “The Danny Thomas Show,” an episode was produced where Thomas gets arrested by Sheriff Andy Taylor in a town called Mayberry. This plot line was responsible for the idea of what would become “The Andy Griffith Show” later that year in 1960.

What was the name of the new deputy that replaced Barney Fife after Don Knotts left the series?

  • Craig Ferguson
  • John Waters
  • Howard Knotts
  • Warren Ferguson

The character of Deputy Sheriff Warren Ferguson was played by Jack Burns, but he only appeared on 11 episodes of the series because his character, who was the nephew of barber Floyd, wasn’t very popular with audiences.

The character of Deputy Sheriff Warren Ferguson was played by Jack Burns, but he only appeared on 11 episodes of the series because his character, who was the nephew of barber Floyd, wasn’t very popular with audiences.

This Oscar-winning actor appeared on two episodes of the series.

  • Joaquin Phoenix
  • Jack Nicholson
  • Michael Douglas
  • Dustin Hoffman

Jack Nicholson appeared in two episodes of the series including “Opie Finds a Baby,” where Nicholson played the father of an abandoned baby and “Aunt Bee The Juror” in which he played a defendant in a trial before he became the most nominated male actor in Oscars history.

Jack Nicholson appeared in two episodes of the series including “Opie Finds a Baby,” where Nicholson played the father of an abandoned baby and “Aunt Bee The Juror” in which he played a defendant in a trial before he became the most nominated male actor in Oscars history.

How did Barney and Andy first get to know each other?

  • They were cousins
  • They served in the army together
  • Their first day of work at the station
  • They were half-brothers

The first few episodes of the series explain that Barney is Andy’s cousin, which explains how he got the job at the Sheriff’s station in the first place. But this piece of trivia isn’t mentioned at all later in the series.

The first few episodes of the series explain that Barney is Andy’s cousin, which explains how he got the job at the Sheriff’s station in the first place. But this piece of trivia isn’t mentioned at all later in the series.

Which popular sitcom star briefly played a manicurist in Mayberry in a 1962 episode?

  • Florence Henderson
  • Lisa Kudrow
  • Patty Duke
  • Barbara Eden

Barbara Eden appeared as Ellen Brown in the 1962 episode “The Manicurist,” a few years before she would rise to fame staring as Jeannie on the sitcom “I Dream of Jeannie,” which premiered in 1965.

Barbara Eden appeared as Ellen Brown in the 1962 episode “The Manicurist,” a few years before she would rise to fame staring as Jeannie on the sitcom “I Dream of Jeannie,” which premiered in 1965.

In the episode titled “Barney’s Physical” what does Barney learn that he has to change about himself to keep working at the police station?

  • His taste in music
  • His hair color
  • His height
  • His high school diploma

In the episode, Barney learned that he had to bulk up and get a few inches taller to meet the size requirements for working at the police station. With the help of Andy, he uses a harness to add a few inches to his height.

In the episode, Barney learned that he had to bulk up and get a few inches taller to meet the size requirements for working at the police station. With the help of Andy, he uses a harness to add a few inches to his height.

How old was actor Ron Howard during the run of the series?

  • 3 years old to 11 years old
  • 4 years old to 12 years old
  • 6 years old to 14 years old
  • 8 years old to 16 years old

Ron Howard was just six years old when the series premiered in 1960 and he was credited on the series as Ronny Howard. He later kept up his acting career in the sitcom “Happy Days” before moving behind the camera to have a very successful directing career.

Ron Howard was just six years old when the series premiered in 1960 and he was credited on the series as Ronny Howard. He later kept up his acting career in the sitcom “Happy Days” before moving behind the camera to have a very successful directing career.

What is the nickname by which Barney usually refers to Andy?

  • A. T.
  • Big A
  • Al
  • Ange

In real life, actor Don Knotts was the one who was famously know by a nickname. The actor’s full name was Jesse Donald Knotts, and other cast and crew members often called him Jesse behind the scenes.

In real life, actor Don Knotts was the one who was famously know by a nickname. The actor’s full name was Jesse Donald Knotts, and other cast and crew members often called him Jesse behind the scenes.

What was the name of the real bluegrass band that often appeared on the show as the fictional band The Darlings?

  • The Dillards
  • Nickel Creek
  • Foggy Mountain Boys
  • Lonesome River Band

The Dillards consisted of brothers Doug and Rodney Dillard along with Dean Webb and Mitch Jayne. The band auditioned to play musicians on the series and were even given fictional names along with their fictional band name. The band made six appearances during the run of the series.

The Dillards consisted of brothers Doug and Rodney Dillard along with Dean Webb and Mitch Jayne. The band auditioned to play musicians on the series and were even given fictional names along with their fictional band name. The band made six appearances during the run of the series.

What was Opie’s imaginary friend’s name?

  • Mr. Belvedere
  • Mr. McBeevee
  • Mr. Ed
  • Andy Jr.

The imaginary friend in question was described by Opie as a man who walks in the treetops, wears a silver hat and has twelve extra hands! In the end, Mr. McBeevee was revealed to be a telephone linesman who was working when Opie saw him.

The imaginary friend in question was described by Opie as a man who walks in the treetops, wears a silver hat and has twelve extra hands! In the end, Mr. McBeevee was revealed to be a telephone linesman who was working when Opie saw him.

What was the name of Andy’s high school as mentioned in the episode “Class Reunion?”

  • Andrew Jackson High School
  • Mountain Preparatory School
  • Mayberry Union High School
  • North Carolina High School

The episode “Class Reunion” reveals that both Andy and Barney graduated from Mayberry Union High School in the class of 1945. In the episode, Andy reunites with an old girlfriend after organizing a class reunion.

The episode “Class Reunion” reveals that both Andy and Barney graduated from Mayberry Union High School in the class of 1945. In the episode, Andy reunites with an old girlfriend after organizing a class reunion.

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