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Celebrate The Andy Griffith Show’s only Christmas episode.
It may have been 1960, but many traditions still are experienced.  From lighted Christmas trees, gift exchange, and eggnog.  More importantly, being grateful of family over the attraction of wealth and the lessons of redemption.  If you get a chance to watch it this season, here are 5 things you may have missed watching “A Christmas Story”.

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Back-to-back sequels,
is not something you think of watching The Andy Griffith Show.  A common theme, setting, or story stung across multiple episodes is something more for television dramas.  We’re listing 5 stories that carried on to at least one more following episodes.  Two of our list are from the classic, black and white years.  For the purpose of this article, we’re not counting the last four episodes of season eight, the prelude that spunoff Mayberry R.F.D..

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Can Andy hold back the future?
From The Andy Griffith Show episode, “Stranger in Town” comes an odd episode that could find its way on The Twilight Zone.  Ed Sawyer comes to town and knows too much about too many.  Look beyond the laughter.  Read 5 ways the episode predicted our future, applying ideas right out of the Internet.

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“The Pickle Story”,
is one of The Andy Griffith Show classic episodes.  Its a gastronomic laugh has Andy and Barney conspire to save Aunt Bee’s feelings while saving themselves from intestinal discomfort.  Its an episode of twists, turns, and sacrifice.   Here are 5 things you may have missed watching “The Pickle Story”.

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TAGS-PickleStory-aFew of us may remember 5 failed Aunt Bee recipes,

made fun in The Andy Griffith Show.  Sure she’s known for her fried chicken and apple pie, but she’s cooked a few rotten eggs.   She may be a great fryer and baker, but when it comes to preserving she’s a walking bio-hazard.    Here is a list of 5 of her most dangerous and failed recipes.

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