Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:19
We’ve spent the last several weeks talking about Lum and Abner so I thought it was time to dive into a Mayberry trivial trivialities session.
I’m sure you’ve enjoyed the episode “Convicts at Large” (episode #74 from 1962/12/10) with Big Maude Tyler, Sally and convicted husband beater Naomi Connors. In that episode, after Barney had been dancing for a while with Sally, a song began to play and Naomi got so upset that she hit Floyd over the head with a vase.
In this episode of Two Chairs No Waiting, we’ll learn the name of the song and a few more trivialities about it. Can you guess what we hear on “My Fair Ernest T. Bass” (episode #112 from 1964/02/03) at about 20:10 minutes into the episode? We’ll, if you haven’t figured it out you will certainly know after to hear this episode of Two Chairs.
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- My Fair Ernest T. Bass – Mayberry.info episode guide.
- Convicts at Large – Mayberry.info episode guide.
- John Raymond Hubbell – Wikipedia
- Poor Butterfly – Wikipedia
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