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Two Chairs No Waiting 201: A Black Day for Mayberry

Two Chairs No WaitingHost: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:19:02

Listener Jerry from Cullman, AL called in with a voice mail related to a “strange and curious happening” that occurred during The Andy Griffith Show episode “A Black Day for Mayberry.”  I began to look into the events that happened throughout that episode and I have determined that  Count Istvan Teleky may, indeed, have been traveling through Mayberry in November of 1963 (when the episode was originally aired).

We see coats going from dry to wet and back to dry in seconds.  Entire men disappearing or changing their appearance right before our eyes.  Pants having gas on them…and then they don’t.  There is certainly something afoot and we’ll get to the root of it in this episode of Two Chairs.

Thanks to Jerry for shining a light on this episode of The Twilight Zone…err…I mean “The Andy Griffith Show.”

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.

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  • Chief Kurtz November 4, 2016, 8:40 am

    After Andy tells Gomer to gas up the truck, he says he’s going to shoo away the onlookers approaching Wally’s filling station. At the front is a dark complected kid, but I can’t tell if he’s Hispanic or African American.

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