Goober's Contest (TAGS Episode)

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Episode Info

Goober's Contest

  • Filmed: 219
  • Aired: 219
  • Original Air Date: 1967/04/10
  • Writer(s): Ron Friedman and Pat McCormick
  • Director: Lee Phillips

Plot Summary

Earlie Gilley's "Line Up For Loot" promotion causes a drop in business at Goober's gas station. Goober decides to hold his own contest. He makes an error at the printer and accidentally gives away a coupon worth $200. Floyd ends up with the mistaken prize and demands satisfaction. Since Goober can't pay, Andy must jail him for fraud. It is only a ruse, of course, because as soon as Floyd sees what happened, he demands that his friend be released.

Odd Facts Known by Few

  • Actor Rob Reiner played "Michael 'Meathead' Stivic" on "All in the Family", guest hosted "The Tonight Show" on July 11, 1977, and appeared in the Reba McEntire video, "Does He Love You"
  • This was the last episode with Howard McNear in the role of "Floyd" the barber.

Character List

  • Andy Griffith - Andy Taylor
  • Ronny Howard - Opie Taylor
  • Frances Bavier - Aunt Bee Taylor
  • George Lindsey - Goober Pyle
  • Howard McNear - Floyd Lawson
  • Rob Reiner - Joe
  • Owen Bush - Mr. Hammond
  • Edgar Hess - motorist