The Beverly Hillbillies
The Clampetts discover that the swamp behind their home is full of oil. Striking a deal with an oil company, they become millionaires and take their earnings to Beverly Hills, California.
Clampetts Strike Oil
TV-PG. The Clampetts discover that the swamp behind their home is full of oil. Striking a deal with an oil company, they become millionaires and take their earnings to Beverly Hills, California.
TV-PG. The Clampett family tries to settle into their new home in Beverly Hills, adjusting to new home appliances.
Meanwhile, Back at the Cabin
TV-PG. The Clampetts adjust to life in Beverly Hills; Granny begins boiling pool water for washing.
The Clampetts Meet Mrs. Drysdale
TV-PG. The Clampetts meet Mrs. Drysdale, their banker's stuffy wife.
Jed Buys Stock
TV-PG. By recommendation, Jed looks into buying stock - cows, goats, pics, and chickens!
Trick or Treat
TV-PG. Concerned that no folks are calling upon the family, the Clampetts take matters into their own hands, being well received in their normal clothes and offered gifts... since it's Halloween!
TV-PG. Elly May begins to wear dresses, but takes offense when people begin considering her as a "city girl."
Jethro Goes to School
TV-PG. Jed attempts to enroll Jethro at an exclusive local elementary school, who are quick to consider his attempted enrollment as a hoax.
Elly's First Date
TV-PG. Mrs. Drysdale convinces her stepson to go on a date with Elly May, while the rest of the family begin to make preparations for Thanksgiving.
Pygamilion and Elly
TV-PG. Sonny Drysdale is determined to remake Elly May from a hillbilly into a dignified society woman.
Elly Races Jethrine
TV-PG. When Sonny promises Elly May a ring, Cousin Pearl sets out to play matchmaker for Jethrine to ensure she gets married before Elly May.
Home for Christmas
TV-PG. Jed, Elly May, Jethro, and Granny take a plane for the first time while going home for Christmas to visit cousin Pearl, who has been cooking up a storm to win Mr. Brewster's heart.
No Place Like Home
TV-PG. While back home for Christmas, Elly May rekindles bonds with her old animal pals. Meanwhile, Pearl plays the piano for the the silent version of Ben Hur to impress Mr. Brewster.
Jed Rescues Pearl
TV-PG. Jed comes up with a plan for Mr. Brewster to propose to Cousin Pearl in public, unaware of Mr. Brewster's dramatic background in theater.
Back to Californy
TV-PG. The Clampetts fly back to to Beverly Hills. Once home, Granny and Pearl feud over over who's running Granny's kitchen.
TV-PG. Cousin Pearl and Granny are at each other's throats over who's going to be the homemaker.
Jed Saves Drysdale's Marriage
TV-PG. Cousin Pearl is tasked with keeping Mr. Drysdale's house while his wife is away. Thinking Mr. Drysdale is trying to marry Pearl, Jed devises a plan to save the Drysdales' marriage.
TV-PG. Pearl tries selling piano lessons but Mrs. Drysdale calls the police due to the noise, along with calling the dog catcher on Duke.
Jed Throws a Wing Ding
TV-PG. Musicians Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, and their wives come to visit their old sweetheart, but Pearl thinks they've come to propose marriage.
Jed Plays Solomon
TV-PG. Granny can't stand Pearl's yodeling so she reports her to the police.
Duke Steals a Wife
TV-PG. When Uncle Jed and Duke the dog feel sick, Granny suggests they don't need medicine but could do with some female companionship.
Jed Buys the Freeway
TV-PG. Henry Jones shows up at the Clampett's pretending to be an old friend.
Jed Becomes a Banker
TV-PG. Mr. Drysdale needs a crack shot to defeat a rival banker in a company skeet shooting competition, so he pretends Jed is a bank employee.
The Family Tree
TV-PG. Mrs. Drysdale wants to oust the Clampetts in preparation for the arrival of Mrs. Smith-Standish, the head of a 'first family' historical society.