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Two Chairs No Waiting 132: Poor Butterfly

by Floyd on April 19, 2011

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:19

Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

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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Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:54

Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

Jean “Hello Doll” Carson was born February 28, 1923 and had a wonderful career. On this episode of Two Chairs No Waiting we’ll remember Jean’s visits to Mayberry as well as talk about just a few of things she did outside of Mayberry.

Jean passed away on November 2, 2005 but her “hello doll” will always bring a smile to fans of The Andy Griffith Show.  Her son, Tracy Alexander, owns operates Alexander Productions in Palm Springs, CA and has been active in keeping his mom’s memory alive and well.

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 #125: Jay Hicks

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Two Chairs No Waiting 80: Plan for Escape

April 20, 2010

A gem of a find with Mayberry’s own fun girl Jean “Hello Doll” Carson (TCNW #66: Jean Carson Interview) as the focus. “Plan for Escape” was an episode of the CBS-TV anthology series Studio One. Running time: 0:15:37

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Two Chairs No Waiting 67: Punch in the Nose Letters

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I ran across one such exchange recently and I believe it will be something that you, as a Mayberry fan, will enjoy. Running time: 0:19:11

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Two Chairs No Waiting 66: Jean Carson Interview

January 12, 2010

This is an interview I did with Jean “Hello Doll” Carson back on 26 June 1998 in Kingsport, TN. Running time: 0:19:02

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