posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 07:03 PM
reply to post by Oneolddude
True. I used to think that Mr. Douglass was the smart one until I watched some reruns and realized he wasn't even as smart as Sam Drucker. Great
characters all, but I really loved Hank Kimball the best. Still, I think The Beverly Hillbillies was head and shoulders above Green Acres. The
writing was brilliant, the acting was superb, and there is no way it could have been cast any better.
Jed: It sure is nice of you to take an interest in us like this Mr. Drysdale.
Drysdale: Well, you know us bankers, we like to take all the interest we can get (laughing)
Jed just stares at him.
Drysdale: Get it? Bankers, interest? (laughing again)
Jed just stares.
Drysdale: Well, it was an inside joke.
Jed: Oh, well come on in and tell it.
IRS agent: You see, Mr. Clampet, as I was trying to explain to Granny, I'm not a Revenuer, I'm a tax collector.
Jed: Back in the hills where I come from, you'd be a much younger man.
IRS agent: Because the mountain climate is conducive to healthy living?
Jed: No, because someone would have shot you by now.