The Real McCoys (1957–1963)
|1||Grandpa Pygmalion (30 Sep. 1962) |
Tilda Hicks moves to 'Californy' - setting her sights on widower Luke.
|2||Three Strikes and Out (7 Oct. 1962) |
Amos takes advantage of three lonely widows: one for cleaning, one for cooking, and one for washing.
|3||Army Reunion (14 Oct. 1962) |
Grampa digs up some skeletons that return to haunt an old Army pal.
|4||The Roofing Salesman (21 Oct. 1962) |
Luke is conned into "rainproofing" his roof by a beautiful blonde and her crooked boss.
|5||The Good Will Tour (28 Oct. 1962) |
Grampa commits a colossal faux pas when foreign dignitaries visit neighbor George's farm.
|6||Money from Heaven (5 Nov. 1962) |
Grampa sees an opportunity for financial gain after a paratrooper lands on an old chicken coop, but Luke doesn't like the idea.
|7||Actress in the House (12 Nov. 1962) |
A runaway starlet is playing a new role - the McCoy's housekeeper.
|8||The New Housekeeper (18 Nov. 1962) |
The new housekeeper tries to trick Luke into marrying her daughter.
|9||Pepino's Inheritance (26 Nov. 1962) |
Trouble is on Grampa's doorstep when Pepino inherits some land in Arizona.
|10||The Girl Veterinarian (3 Dec. 1962) |
A female veterinarian tends to Agnes, the cow, behind Grampa's back.
|11||The Health Addict (9 Dec. 1962) |
Grampa tempts the members of Luke's health club with 'forbidden' fruit.
|12||The Love Bug Bites Pepino (16 Dec. 1962) |
Grampa and George take turns playing Cupid when their respective farmhands, Pepino and Pedro, find themselves competing for the same girl.
|13||Luke the Reporter (24 Dec. 1962) |
Luke starts earning extra money by hanging out at the laundry and gathering dirt for the local gossip column.
|14||The Farmer and Adele (30 Dec. 1962) |
Luke gets taken in by a conniving dance instructor.
|15||The Crop Duster (6 Jan. 1963) |
Luke is fuming when a crop duster maneuvers to steal his girlfriend.
|16||Cupid Wore a Tail (13 Jan. 1963) |
Grampa's devilish plot sparks a romance between Luke and Louise, their good-cooking new neighbor.
|17||The Other Side of the Fence (20 Jan. 1963) |
Grampa picks a peck of trouble when he helps Louise harvest her tomato crop.
|18||Sir Fergus McCoy (27 Jan. 1963) |
The head of the McCoys in Scotland clashes with Grampa over who runs the family.
|19||Little Boy Blew (3 Feb. 1963) |
Greg runs away from home when his widowed mom, Louise, decides to move to Cleveland and remarry.
|20||Luke in the Ivy League (10 Feb. 1963) |
Luke joins the city slickers in his new job as a slogan writer for an advertising agency.
|21||Aunt Win Arrives (17 Feb. 1963) |
Aunt Win uses feminine trickery during Grampa's campaign to be elected grange president.
|22||Aunt Win's Conquest (24 Feb. 1963) |
George loans Luke some money - thanks to the charms of Aunt Win.
|23||Grampa's Apron Strings (3 Mar. 1963) |
Grampa's afraid of Luke getting married, and thus, leaving the farm.
|24||Aunt Win Steps In (10 Mar. 1963) |
Aunt Win sorts through a variety of single townsfolk, in order to find a suitable husband for Louise.
|25||How're You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm? (17 Mar. 1963) |
While Grampa's out-of-town visiting kinfolk, Luke takes in a couple of hired hands. Unbeknownst to him - they're escaped convicts.
|26||Luke the Dog Catcher (24 Mar. 1963) |
Luke takes a temporary job as Dogcatcher and winds up with a houseful of homeless pups.
|27||The Incorruptibles (31 Mar. 1963) |
George, Grampa, and Luke judge a homemaking contest, but the fix might be in.
|28||The McCoy Hex (7 Apr. 1963) |
George is doomed after Grampa curses him with the McCoy Hex.
|29||Skeleton in the Closet (14 Apr. 1963) |
Luke's boorish Uncle Rightly drops in for a surprise visit, while Grampa is out-of-town.
|30||Uncle Rightly and the Musical Milker (21 Apr. 1963) |
Uncle Rightly woos George's sister Flora in hopes of getting her to invest in his latest invention - a musical milker.
|31||Up to Their Ears in Corn (28 Apr. 1963) |
Uncle Rightly volunteers Luke's sponsorship in the amount of $500 for a farmer's "best ear of corn" contest.
|32||The McCoy Sound (5 May 1963) |
While Grampa's out-of-town, Luke takes in a few jazz musicians as boarders, which results in much loss of sleep for Luke and Pepino.
|33||Luke Grows a Beard (12 May 1963) |
Luke grows a full beard and a new rotten personality to go with it.
|34||The Auction (19 May 1963) |
Luke blows Grampa's tractor payment on some worthless art at an auction.
|35||The Partners (26 May 1963) |
Luke and Pat buy a boat. Sharing isn't easy.
|36||The Peacemakers (2 Jun. 1963) |
Luke and Louise soon regret meddling in the Porters' squabble. Now they're at each other's throat.
|37||Don't Be Nosey (9 Jun. 1963) |
Luke and Pepino regret trying to patch things up between George and his sister, Flora.
|38||Pals (16 Jun. 1963) |
Luke runs smack into trouble when Greg spots him kissing his mother, Louise.
|39||Pepino's Mama (23 Jun. 1963) |
Luke schemes to get rich by selling Mama Garcia's bean sauce.