A Girl for Goober (TAGS Episode)
A Girl for Goober
- Filmed: 249
- Aired: 248
- Original Air Date: 1968/03/25
- Writer(s): Bruce Howard
- Director: Lee Phillips
A misunderstanding occurs when Goober applies to a computer dating service. Filling in queries about the number of books he reads monthly, Goober answers thirty. This is true, if comic books count. As far as painting is concerned, he enjoys it. He once painted a barn. As a result, Goober is paired with Dr. Edith Gibson. Even with Goober's new hairstyle, Edith sees through his veneer and they realize the date was a mistake. The two manage to become fast friends over Morelli's famous pounded steak (pounded right on the premises).
Odd Facts Known by Few
- This episode is based on a story by Bob Boss.
- The part of the secretary "Doris" was played by Maggie Peterson, better known as "Charlene Darling".
- Actor Tod Andrews appeared in the TAGS season one episode "The Inspector" as "Inspector Case".
- Actor George Sawaya was a stuntman on many television shows and movies from the 50s to the 80s.
- Actress Nancy Malone not only acted, she produced and directed countless televsion shows.
- Andy Griffith - Andy Taylor
- Ronny Howard - Opie Taylor
- George Lindsey - Goober Pyle
- Aneta Corsaut - Helen Crump
- Ken Berry - Sam Jones
- Maggie Peterson - Doris
- Tod Andrews - Mr. Franklin
- Nancy Malone - Dr. Edith Gibson
- Richard Poston - waiter
- Yvonne Shubert - girl
- George Sawaya - man