Two Chairs No Waiting Andy Griffith Show Fan Podcast
About This Show
A podcast about “The Andy Griffith Show” and all things Mayberry. Episodes contain interviews, listeners feedback, and loads of Mayberry fun. The Two Chairs No Waiting is hosted by Allan Newsome. Allan is the webmaster for iMayberry.com and has been very active in The Andy Griffith Show (TAGS) community since 1992 running the daily e-mail newsletter called the “Who’s Been Messin’ Up the Bulletin Board” Digest along with multiple Mayberry related websites.
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TCNW 391: Aunt Bee – Just the FAQs
7 days ago
Two Chairs No Waiting
Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:21:19
It’s been quite a while since I’ve gone over any of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Way back on episode #179 we talked about Barney’s FAQs and then in #183 we went over Andy’s FAQs. I figure after four years, it’s time to get some FAQs about Aunt Bee.
We’ll cover 9 FAQs about Aunt Bee:
1 How do you spell Aunt Bee’s name?
2 Aunt Bee speaks these lines in an episode: “Mum’s my name. Silence is my game. Tick a lock!” In which episode does she speaks them?
3 Aunt Bee one time said Opie was coming down with the “pip.” What’s the “Pip?
4 Aunt Bee was Andy’s father’s sister, because they have the same last name. Since Barney’s last name is different, but he still calls Bee “Aunt”, his mother was probably their sister, as well?
5 How many other characters (besides Opie, of course!) call Bee “Aunt”? Don’t Goober and Gomer call her Aunt?
6 Has anyone noticed that the stove in Aunt Bee’s kitchen never has all the burners turned off when she is not cooking. In “Romeo & Juliet”, she was not cooking anything, but the knobs on the stove were turned on.
7 Was Aunt Bee’s bedroom ever shown in an episode?
8 What was it that Andy and Barney thought Aunt Bee’s marmalade smelled like?
9 I’ve noticed Aunt Bee sings Chinatown in several episodes. How many was it?
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