Unwittingly Jed turns into a befuddled movie mogul after Drysdale, his banker, acquires the control of Mammoth Pictures Corp. (Part 1 of 4)
The Clampetts are overjoyed to come across a rustic village on the back lot of the Mammoth Pictures studio and decide to live there. (Part 2 of 4)
The Clampetts are invited to play some roles in an epic motion picture being made at their new studio. (Part 3 of 4)
Drysdale's plans to destroy Mammoth Studios are thwarted by the Clamplets and an unlikely ally, movie critic Hedda Hopper (playing herself). (Part 4 of 4)
Granny grows mad with professional jealousy as Jeff is granted an honorary "doctor" diploma from a local college.
Snobbish Mrs. Drysdale concocts a plan to get rid of the rude Clampetts off her distinguished neighborhood.
Jethro returns to Marineland hoping to be accepted as a US Navy marine.
A rock 'n' roll idol pays a visit to his old friends, The Clampetts, and receives some unpleasant surprises.
Granny decides it's time for Jed to meet a worthy woman so she summons a potential wife for him.
Mrs. Drysdale looks for money support for a ballet and has no other choice but turning to Jeff.
The Clampetts rent a room to a British butler. The butler turns out to be Drysdales' manservant.
Butler Pinckney's job of culturing the hillbillies becomes an uphill battle.
After learning Mrs. Drysdale's health is frail, the Clampetts resolve to visit her at the hospital.
The Clampetts consider they can heal Mrs. Drysdale better than the hospital doctors so they proceed to take her to their mansion.
A movie actress makes Jethro fall head over heels for her.
A leading actor, Dash Riprock, confuses Drysdale's secretary for the real actress, Elly May.
The Clampetts are baffled about Jane Hathaway's charm over men, when poor Ellie May loses her second boyfriend, Dash, who has fallen the for the plain secretary.
A reckless artist stays at the Clampetts' mansion after he crashes his car when he sees Elly May in bathing suit.
A dashing playboy courts granny. The man has been hired by Mr. Drysdale.
Granny gets addicted to gambling when she attempts to save Jed from falling into it.
Jethro's illusion of becoming a brain surgeon is put aside for his aspiration to be a spy.
Drysdale is shocked to learn his favorite clients' fortune has been grabbed by a rival banker out of his bank.
Drysdale is confronted by Granny who's willing to see her share of the Clampetts' fortune.
Mr. Brewster plans to honeymoon with his new bride in a fancy hotel, but to his surprise ends up in the Clampet's little old cabin.
Two visiting friends enlighten Granny as she feels a little homesick.
Jed sees a chance to wed the returning Countess Maria who comes to visit after firing her chauffeur.
A hippie and his gang ask Jed for some money assistance when their hangout is in peril.
Granny becomes a beatnik when invents a new hippie dance.
Jed is lure with a top position at a bank in order to convince him of changing his bank.
The Clampetts come to the assistance of a bookkeeper who was fired at the bank to be replaced with a computer.
Grany feels disappointed when Beau, a likely groom for Elly May, jilts her. So she schemes to change the young man's mind.
The Clampetts want to treat well oil tycoon Brewster and his refined wife after the hillbillies ascertain Brewster's intention to build his new house.
Fed up with Beverly Hills lifestyle, Granny forsakes her family and decides to return to her beloved hills but a detour leads her to Las Vegas.
When one of Mrs. Drysdale's plans to get rid of The Clampetts misfires, the hillbillies display their artistic skills in painting and sculpture.