The Real McCoys (1957–1963)
|1||Excess Baggage (5 Oct. 1961) |
Everyone in the McCoy family, including Grampa, gets a job in order to make ends meet.
|2||The Trailer Camp (12 Oct. 1961) |
To demonstrate his capability in Grandpa's absence, Luke rents trailer space on the farm to a family that proves to be intractable and obtrusive.
|3||Luke Leaves Home (19 Oct. 1961) |
Luke moves in with George after a squabble with Grampa over whether soybeans will grow on their land.
|4||The New Piano (26 Oct. 1961) |
Grampa is dead set against spending the money it takes to buy a used piano, so Hassie can take lessons.
|5||The Handsome Salesman (2 Nov. 1961) |
Kate falls for a charismatic door-to-door cosmetics salesman's pitch, and she blows the cookie jar money on makeup. Her efforts are lost on Luke, and it doesn't take long for Grampa to notice the money is missing from the jar.
|6||Honesty Is the Best Policy (9 Nov. 1961) |
Kate sticks her nose into Grampa's business.
|7||Cyrano McCoy (16 Nov. 1961) |
Grampa gives George lessons in the McCoy technique of courtship.
|8||The Diamond Ring (23 Nov. 1961) |
Luke gets caught up in the Christmas spirit and wants to buy Kate a diamond ring that he can't afford. After he buys it, he tries to sell it to pay for Kate's hospital bill. Luke and Grandpa find out what Kate has for them on layaway.
|9||The Berry Crisis (30 Nov. 1961) |
Grampa takes a trip and leaves Luke in charge of the farm.
|10||The Rich Boy (7 Dec. 1961) |
Grampa banks on trouble when he meets Hassie's wealthy boyfriend.
|11||The Gamblers (14 Dec. 1961) |
Luke, Kate, and neighbor George plunge into the stock market. Grampa has other ideas.
|12||The Marriage Counselor (21 Dec. 1961) |
Luke is upset after Pepino reports to Grampa that he saw Kate enter a marriage counselor's office.
|13||The Washing Machine (11 Jan. 1962) |
Kate's new used washing machine turns out to be more trouble than it's worth.
|14||Pepino McCoy, Citizen (18 Jan. 1962) |
Pepino is studying to pass the test for U.S. citizenship, so Grampa decides to school him.
|15||Meeting Hassie's Friends (25 Jan. 1962) |
The McCoys get more than they bargained for when they try to better acquaint themselves with Hassie's friends.
|16||The Law and Mr. McCoy (1 Feb. 1962) |
Amos is arrested and jailed for burning trash. He decides to fight City Hall.
|17||George's Nephew (8 Feb. 1962) |
George's nephew comes to visit before joining the Navy. It's not long before he's trapped in a web of lies.
|18||Double Date (15 Feb. 1962) |
Flora becomes fed up with Amos when he cancels their date in favor of going out with a more attractive woman.
|19||Made in Italy (22 Feb. 1962) |
Pepino falls in love with a beautiful Italian girl named Carla.
|20||Who's Margie? (1 Mar. 1962) |
Kate becomes suspicious of Luke after she hears him muttering about his love for an unknown Margie in his sleep.
|21||You're as Young as You Feel (8 Mar. 1962) |
Grampa believes he's 7 years younger when he gets a letter from the government mistakenly stating his age as 61.
|22||In Grampa We Trust (22 Mar. 1962) |
Trouble crops up when Luke takes charge of George's fruit stand.
|23||Never a Lender Be (29 Mar. 1962) |
Amos and George have a falling out over the true ownership of a plant sprayer they've been lending back and forth to each other for years.
|24||Allergies Anonymous (5 Apr. 1962) |
George reacts wildly to Grampa's checkerboard: he's allergic to it.
|25||Pepino's Fortune (12 Apr. 1962) |
When Grandpa is entrusted with $200 belonging to Pepino, he can't resist the temptation to settle a few of the McCoy's past due bills.
|26||Pepino's Vacation (19 Apr. 1962) |
Pepino becomes suspicious when Grampa offers him a two-week paid vacation.
|27||Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble (26 Apr. 1962) |
Pepino hires the Owl Woman to make a love potion; Grampa thinks he's being hoodwinked and interferes, prompting the woman to put a curse on the farm.
|28||Don't Judge a Book (3 May 1962) |
Grampa believes Cousin Sarah needs help with her marriage.
|29||The Raffle Ticket (10 May 1962) |
When Grampa and George win a baby pig in a raffle, Kate, Luke and Pepino want to keep it as a pet, but Grampa and George are thinking more along the lines of lunch.