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Season 2: 1963-1964Edit

The Beverly Hillbillies was the most-watched television show on the 1963–64 United States network television schedule.

# Title Written by Directed by Airdate Prod.
code
37 "Jed Gets the Misery" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf September 25, 1963 2-1
Jed pretends to be sick so that granny can get to doctoring and feel more at home. Mr Drysdale and his physician get pulled into the ploy and Granny's mountain medicine is put to the test by a city doctor.
38 "Hair-Raising Holiday" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf October 2, 1963 2-2
Granny's unlicenced medical practice draws the attention of the authorities.
39 "Granny's Garden" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf October 9, 1963 2-3
The Clampetts decide to plow up their carefully manicured front lawn, to grow vegetables.
40 "Elly Starts to School" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf October 16, 1963 2-4
Miss Hathaway's worry that Elly May won't fit in at a private school proves to be premature.
41 "The Clampett Look" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf October 23, 1963 2-5
The Clampetts unwittingly become the pioneers of a fashion style that everybody who's everybody is wearing.
42 "Jethro's First Love" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf October 30, 1963 2-6
Jethro develops feelings for an exotic dancer named Chickadee, and brings her home to meet the folks.
43 "Chickadee Returns" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf November 6, 1963 2-7
As marriage seemingly draws nearer, Jethro discovers a deal-breaking secret about Chickadee: she can't cook.
44 "The Clampetts Are Overdrawn" Teleplay by
Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle
Story by
Jay Sommers and Joe Bigelow
Richard Whorf November 13, 1963 2-8
An unemployed actor named J.D. Clampett benefits from a paperwork mixup at the bank, becoming $36 million richer.
45 "The Clampetts Go Hollywood" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf November 20, 1963 2-9
Newly-discovered "cousin" Jake Clampett decides that the hillbillies should act more like Hollywood movie stars (Jake purchases a brand new 1964 Imperial convertible to improve Jed's image, but the car is never seen again - the Clampett family truck is Jed's choice of vehicle).
46 "Turkey Day" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf November 27, 1963 2-10
Jed and Granny want to have some turkey for Thanksgiving, but Elly May has other ideas.
47 "The Garden Party" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf December 4, 1963 2-11
The guests at Mrs. Drysdale's garden party get a surprise when the Clampetts show up.
48 "Elly Needs a Maw" Keith Fowler
Phil Leslie
Paul Henning
Mark Tuttle
Joseph Depew December 11, 1963 2-12
Jed begins searching for a wife, who he hopes will be able to turn Elly May into a young lady.
49 "The Clampetts Get Culture" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Joseph Depew December 18, 1963 2-13
Mr. Drysdale's efforts to prove to the Clampetts that Beverly Hills is really the place for them to be only makes matters worse.
50 "Christmas at the Clampetts" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf December 25, 1963 2-14
A television, a boat, and a chimpanzee are among the many gifts Mr. Drysdale gives to the Clampetts for Christmas.
51 "A Man for Elly" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf January 1, 1964 2-15
Granny's television idol, Western actor Quirt Manly, is revealed to be less than expected when he visits the mansion.
52 "The Giant Jackrabbit" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf January 8, 1964 2-16
An escaped kangaroo reported by Granny as an oversized jackrabbit leads the others to suspect she has had too much moonshine.

Note: This episode was watched by more households than any other 30 minute television episode in US history.

53 "The Girl from Home" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf January 15, 1964 2-17
Some old love letters from Jethro lead a mountain man and his daughter to Beverly Hills.
54 "Lafe Lingers On" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf January 22, 1964 2-18
A freeloader from back home takes advantage of Jed's charity.
55 "The Race for Queen" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf February 5, 1964 2-19
Elly May enters a Beverly Hills beauty pageant, but may have to face competition from Granny.
56 "Lafe Returns" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf February 12, 1964 2-20
A mild-mannered accountant and a jailbird from the hills both attempt to win Elly May's heart.
57 "Son of Lafe Returns" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf February 19, 1964 2-21
Granny sets a trap to interfere with one of Elly May's suitor's plans.
58 "The Clampetts Go Fishing" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf February 26, 1964 2-22
Granny's fear of boats only temporarily thwarts Mr. Drysdale's plan to take the Clampetts fishing, until he decides to take them to Marineland instead.
59 "The Critter Doctor" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf March 11, 1964 2-23
Granny mistakes a bug repellent salesman for a veterinarian.
60 "A Bride for Jed" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf March 18, 1964 2-24
Flatt and Scruggs try to find a city woman for Jed the same way they found theirs: auditions for backup singers.
61 "Granny Versus the Weather Bureau" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf March 25, 1964 2-25
The accuracy of Granny's weather-prediction methods convince even the head of the Weather Bureau.
62 "Another Neighbor" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf April 1, 1964 2-26
Countess Maria moves to town, and instantly becomes a fan of both Granny's spring tonic and Jed.
63 "The Bank Raising" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf April 8, 1964 2-27
Jed is mistaken for a financial wizard by some investors, and then feels he has to build a new bank building all by himself.
64 "The Great Crawdad Hunt" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf April 15, 1964 2-28
Two men feel they have discovered a family of geniuses in the Clampetts.
65 "The Dress Shop" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf April 22, 1964 2-29
The Clampetts come to own a dress shop, and try to raise money to feed the designer and her "starving" models.
66 "The House of Granny" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf April 29, 1964 2-30
The Clampetts transform their boutique into a general store.
67 "The Continental Touch" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf May 6, 1964 2-31
After efforts to teach her to cook come to naught, the Clampetts have some success in making over Elly May's looks.
68 "Jed, Incorporated" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf May 13, 1964 2-32
The Clampetts set up shop running their tax write-off corporation.
69 "Granny Learns to Drive" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf May 20, 1964 2-33
A bad experience with a cabdriver makes Granny want to drive herself around.
70 "Cabin in Beverly Hills" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Richard Whorf May 27, 1964 2-34
The Clampett cabin is reassembled in the mansion's back yard for homesick Granny's benefit.
71 "Jed Foils a Home Wrecker" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Joseph Depew June 3, 1964 2-35
Mrs. Drysdale's attempt to get the cabin demolished meets stiff resistance from the Clampetts and Mr. Drysdale.
72 "Jethro's Graduation" Paul Henning and Mark Tuttle Joseph Depew June 10, 1964 2-36
A chimpanzee takes Jethro's place in his sixth grade graduation ceremony, impressing visiting dignitaries.


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