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Two Chairs No Waiting 351: Betty Lynn and Listener Feedback

Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:27:53

We start off the episode with a great clip of Betty Lynn at the 2015 Col Tim’s Talent Time held during Mayberry Days.  Betty has such a Mayberry spirit that anytime we can hear from her is wonderful.

We follow that up with a Bruce Bilson telling us about the first time “Opie” tried to throw the rock into the lake for the opening credits of The Andy Griffith Show.  It was filmed at Franklin Canyon and this is a story you will not want to miss.

To top things off, we get to hear from YOU…the listeners of the show…with your feedback about the last several episodes.

It’s BIG!

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  • Janet Anderson November 11, 2015, 4:59 pm

    Allan, thanks for answering my question about Andy’s boyhood home! I do remember that back bedroom in Kevin’s video, and I think your answer must be the correct one. I’m sure there was no back porch on the house, only a deck, I think. So it would make sense that the former back porch became an addition to the house, giving it a second bedroom. I feel so much better now! As Opie might say, “It was preyin’ on my mind.” 🙂

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