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Season 7: 1968-1969Edit

# Title Written by Directed by Airdate Prod.</br>code
199 "A Bundle for Britain" Gene Thompson Joseph Depew September 25, 1968 7-1
The Clampetts feel that their eighty million dollars in the bank is a burden to Mr. Drysdale, so they decide to relieve him by giving it to the Queen of the United Kingdom. (This is the first episode with Nancy Kulp and Raymond Bailey featured in the opening credits).
200 "Something for the Queen" Buddy Atkinson and Gene Thompson Joseph Depew October 2, 1968 7-2
After flying to England and their castle, Granny decides the clan should reignite a year-old feud with the neighboring castle.
201 "War of the Roses" Buddy Atkinson and Gene Thompson Joseph Depew October 9, 1968 7-3
Jethro determines that a joust is the best way to end the dispute between the neighboring castles, though everyone else thinks that they're just talking about the War of the Roses.
202 "Coming Through the Rye" Buddy Atkinson and Gene Thompson Joseph Depew October 16, 1968 7-4
The Clampetts see a man in a kilt and believe Jethro has confused him for a young lady.
203 "Ghost of Clampett Castle" Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew October 23, 1968 7-5
Mr. Drysdale dresses like a ghost, hoping to scare the Clampetts into returning to Beverly Hills.
204 "Granny Goes to Hooterville" Buddy Atkinson and Dick Wesson Joseph Depew October 30, 1968 7-6
Granny goes back to the hills to take care of a newborn baby.
205 "The Italian Cook" Paul Henning and Dick Wesson Joseph Depew November 6, 1968 7-7
With Granny gone and Elly May's cooking skills nonexistent, Jed hires a cook who only speaks Italian.
206 "The Great Cook-Off" Paul Henning and Dick Wesson Joseph Depew November 13, 1968 7-8
Granny tries to get rid of the Italian cook, but love-struck Jethro has other ideas.
207 "Bonnie, Flatt, and Scruggs" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew November 20, 1968 7-9
Jethro and Elly May dress as Bonnie and Clyde to pull a trick on Mr. Drysdale at the bank.
208 "The Thanksgiving Spirit" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew November 27, 1968 7-10
The Clampetts visit Hooterville to celebrate Thanksgiving with the inhabitants.
209 "The Courtship of Homer Noodleman" Buddy Atkinson and Lou Huston Joseph Depew December 4, 1968 7-11
Mr. Drysdale gets Hollywood actor Dash Riprock to play a homespun country boy to woo Elly May.
210 "The Hot-Rod Truck" Buddy Atkinson and Dick Wesson Guy Scarpitta December 11, 1968 7-12
After Jethro buys a new car, Granny uses the truck to race him, to see which auto is superior.
211 "The Week Before Christmas" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Ralph Levy December 18, 1968 7-13
Elly May's bear eats Granny's letter from Hooterville, while Mr. Drysdale refuses to give the bank employees Christmas off.
212 "Christmas in Hooterville" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Ralph Levy December 25, 1968 7-14
The Clampetts celebrate Christmas in Hooterville.
213 "Drysdale and Friend" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Guy Scarpitta January 1, 1969 7-15
Mr. Drysdale is arrested in a small town and the Clampetts have to come to his rescue.
214 "Problem Bear" Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew January 8, 1969 7-16
Elly May's bear takes up the bad habit of drinking Granny's moonshine.
215 "Jethro the Flesh Peddler" Teleplay by Buddy Atkinson & Lois Hire and Dick Wesson
Story by Buddy Atkinson & Lois Hire
Joseph Depew January 22, 1969 7-17
Jethro gets a job as a talent agent, but refuses to represent old friend "Cousin Roy".
216 "Cousin Roy in Movieland" Dick Wesson Joseph Depew January 29, 1969 7-18
Jethro finally is willing to represent Cousin Roy, but first he wants to remake the singer's image.
217 "Jed Clampett Enterprises" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew February 5, 1969 7-19
Jed and Granny get an office in Mr. Drysdale's bank building, and the miserly banker decides to save money by having his employees get their healthcare from Granny.
218 "The Phantom Fifth Floor" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew February 12, 1969 7-20
A building inspector becomes suspicious about what is going on in the Clampetts' offices on the fifth floor.
219 "The Hired Gun" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew February 19, 1969 7-21
Mr. Drysdale, eager to get the Clampetts out of his building, hires a man to scare them off.
220 "The Happy Bank" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew February 26, 1969 7-22
Mr. Drysdale is even more eager to get the Clampetts out of his building when one of his secretaries takes an interest in Jed's money.
221 "Sam Drucker's Visit" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew March 5, 1969 7-23
Granny tries to convince Sam Drucker to propose to her by claiming that many handsome actors are pursuing her.
222 "The Guru" Buddy Atkinson and Ric Touceda Joseph Depew March 12, 1969 7-24
Jethro wants to become a guru, but after Granny shares some moonshine with his mentor, she is proclaimed "Queen of Gurus".
223 "The Jogging Clampetts" Buddy Atkinson and Lou Huston Joseph Depew March 19, 1969 7-25
The Clampetts and the Drysdales join the jogging fad.
224 "Collard Greens an' Fatback" Paul Henning and Buddy Atkinson Joseph Depew March 26, 1969 7-26
Pat Boone is interested in buying the Drysdale mansion, but is distracted by the aroma of Granny's home cooking.


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