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Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:18:51

I hope there are a lot of you out there that are like me in that you are a fan of Andy Griffith and not only Andy Taylor.  If you are then you hopefully enjoyed watching Andy of Matlock. Even if you didn’t enjoy Matlock, I’m pretty sure you’re going to enjoy the Mayberry connections that can be found on Matlock.

Mayberry fan, Brian Saul, was kind enough to help me get some clips from Matlock that fans of The Andy Griffith Show are sure to love.

First up, did you know that Ben Matlock once knew a fellow that mispronounced kleptomaniacs by saying “kleptominerac?”  That’s right!  On the Matlock episode  “The Good Boy” that’s exactly what we hear.

Next, I’m sure you remember when Barney was showing Andy all he knew about Judo in TAGS episode “Barney’s Uniform.” Well, Don Knotts’ character Les Calhoun demonstrated his karate skills to Ben Matlock in the episode “The Fighter.”

Oh…and there’s so much more.  Sit back and enjoy this trip as Mayberry meets Matlock.

 

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Executive Producer of Two Chairs No Waiting Episode #242: Brian Saul

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Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:59

This episode we are able to hear from four of our listeners.

Calvin called in to talk about how many touching scenes there are on The Andy Griffith Show.  We all know that TAGS is funny but we often forget just how much the show pulled at our hearts with episodes like Opie the Birdman or Mr. McBeevee.  The writers were amazing in that they could make us laugh one week and then tear up the next. Calvin also mentioned what he thought was a blooper in “Cousin Virgil” and we’ll clear that up

Dick tells us that all Mayberry fans should get a copy of Mayberry 101 so they can learn even more wonderful facts about why the writers of TAGS did what they did during episodes.

Gary  noticed a strange and curious happening that involves Gomer’s tie and Mr. Weaver.

And lastly, we hear from Michael who shares his love of our podcast and Mayberry.

Thank all of them for calling and thank you for taking time to visit with them, and me, during this trip to Mayberry.

 

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Don’t forget to sign up for the Two Chairs No Waiting e-mail mailing list.  I want to be able to reach out to you if there’s a problem with the website and the best way to do that is by using a mailing list.  Don’t worry, I won’t be filling your mailbox with e-mail but I would like to have a way to say “hey” if the need arises.

Contact Info

Follow me on Twitter if you use twitter. I’ve been posting Mayberry things there as another way to let folks know about The Andy Griffith Show.

Don’t forget to leave comments or ask questions on the TwoChairsNoWaiting.com website or using the contact information given in the podcast. We’d love to have you be a part of our next feedback episode. Call the Two Chairs No Waiting Hot-line at (888) 684-8415 and leave a voice mail to be part of the show.

If you use iTunes, please visit the Two Chairs No Waiting page of the iTunes store and leave a review and rating.

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Executive Producer of Two Chairs No Waiting Episode #241: Jan Newsome

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Two Chairs No Waiting 223: The eBullet January 2013

February 5, 2013

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Host: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:25:05 It’s time to look into the world of The Andy Griffith Show Rerun Watchers Club (TAGSRWC) and visit their official online newsletter, ‘The eBullet.”  Jim Clark, the Presiding Goober of TAGSRWC, does an outstanding job creating this wonderful newsletter every […]

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Two Chairs No Waiting 207: Public Domain Episodes

September 25, 2012
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedHost: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:18:10 A discussion over at the iMayberry Community drew me into a discussion about public domain episodes and what does it mean that the episodes are “public domain.” The topic started out about the 1986 NBC TV movie “Return to Mayberry” but […]

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Two Chairs No Waiting 205: Behind the Scenes of What’s My Line?

September 11, 2012
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedHost: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:18:03 Back in episode 203 of Two Chairs No Waiting we had a look at several appearances of Andy Griffith on the CBS game show, What’s My Line?  On September 8, 2012 The Buffalo News published an opinion piece that focused on […]

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Two Chairs No Waiting 204: Jobs in Mayberry

September 4, 2012
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedHost: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:23:10 The Labor Day holiday is upon us here in the ole US of A so it had me thinking that there were several times jobs/labor were talked about in the town of Mayberry.   We’ll visit with Aunt Bee, Gomer, and Opie […]

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Two Chairs No Waiting 203: What’s My Line?

August 28, 2012
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedHost: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:24:08 There may be some folks out there listening that have never heard of an old CBS Television game show called “What’s My Line?  In a recent edition of the “Who’s Beeen Messin’ Up the Bulletin Board?” Digest, Chapter member David Quinn […]

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Two Chairs No Waiting 202: Mayberry Cafe

August 21, 2012
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedHost: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:17:04 Many Mayberry fans have known about the Mayberry Cafe in Danville, IN for years but I’m betting there are those of you who may not know that this central Indiana bit of Mayberry exist. Thanks to Two Chairs No Waiting roving […]

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Two Chairs No Waiting 200: Old Aunt Maria

August 7, 2012
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedHost: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:19:51 Let’s have a fun time visiting and celebrating the 200th episode of Two Chairs No Waiting!  What better way to have fun than to talk about Ernest T. Bass and his song “Old Aunt Maria.” We find out where the words […]

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Two Chairs No Waiting 199: Andy Part 4 – Meeting Andy

July 31, 2012
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedHost: Allan Newsome Running time: 0:22:56 You’re in for a real treat.  We’re lucky enough to have a special report from one of our listeners, Tim Bradshaw, as he recounts writer Ellery Klass‘ meeting Andy during the time when The Andy Griffith Show was still in production. […]

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