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Anybody besides me disappointmented because Charlene wouldn't let Ernest T. sing EATIN' GOOBER PEAS?  bahahahaahah

Anybody besides me disappointmented because Charlene wouldn't let Ernest T. sing EATIN' GOOBER PEAS? bahahahaahah

The Beverly Hillbillies - The Official Third Season : DVD Talk ...

The Beverly Hillbillies - The Official Third Season : DVD Talk ...

Barney Fife: The last big buy was my mom's and dad's anniversary present.  Andy Taylor: What'd ya get 'em?  Barney Fife: A septic tank.  Andy Taylor: For their anniversary?  Barney Fife: They're awful hard to buy for. Besides, it was something they could use. They were really thrilled. It had two tons of concrete in it. All steel reinforced.  Andy Taylor: You're a fine son, Barn.  Barney Fife: I try.

Barney Fife: The last big buy was my mom's and dad's anniversary present. Andy Taylor: What'd ya get 'em? Barney Fife: A septic tank. Andy Taylor: For their anniversary? Barney Fife: They're awful hard to buy for. Besides, it was something they could use. They were really thrilled. It had two tons of concrete in it. All steel reinforced. Andy Taylor: You're a fine son, Barn. Barney Fife: I try.

7.Early television ownership was split between high-income residents and bars in New York City, so as to no surprise, the programming was marketed to a very specific demographic: white wealthy males. An observer commented in 1947, “so far it’s a man’s world in the programme department, with sports and news events hogging the average station’s 20 hour-a-week showbill.”

7.Early television ownership was split between high-income residents and bars in New York City, so as to no surprise, the programming was marketed to a very specific demographic: white wealthy males. An observer commented in 1947, “so far it’s a man’s world in the programme department, with sports and news events hogging the average station’s 20 hour-a-week showbill.”

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