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More hours of pure fun
on June 28, 2006
I assume that this being the third season, that you now know what you have bought. Now you are ready for episodes 64 through 95. I also assume that you did not get your fix with just the first two seasons.
For those people who are buying the third season (1962-63), before viewing the first, the Andy Griffith Show is unique in a sense that it started out fun and had all the standard encounters and stories that most TV programs had but it never deteriorate or got so left field as to lose its appeal. Every show is entertaining and usually carries a message.
A lot of other programs spun off form the characters that played in this series. And you always think that Opie Taylor (Ronny Howard) is always young. Everyone knows that they issued Deputy Barney fife "1960-1965" (Don Knotts) one bullet that has seen a lot of action in his pocket. Too many people to name here.
This series will bring back old memories or can also create some now ones.