Jed Clampett's swamp is loaded with oil. When a wildcatter discovers the huge pool, Jed sells his land to the O.K. Oil Company and at the urging of cousin Pearl, moves his family to a 35-room mansion in Beverly Hills, California.
Jed plans to hand his millions over to the President.
A con man (Phil Silvers) tries to sell Washington, D.C., to Jed.
Shifty Shafer cons Jed into buying the U.S. Capitol.
One Granny plus one Navy frogman equals a running gag: Granny thinks Elly's new beau is a frog.
Granny's trying to cure her frog fixation with a potent elixir.
Granny believes that Elly's beau is a web-footed freak.
A dream sends Granny to a psychiatrist (Richard Deacon).
Granny's afraid her family will turn into frogs.
Drysdale tries to stop Elly's marriage.
Escalation of Granny's frog fixation: she's sending for reinforcements to help fight the frog.
Can Elly find happiness married to a frog? Granny's still fighting the match.
Granny's frog phobia fades away.
When The Clampetts learn that the grunion are due on the California coast, and having no idea who or what the grunion are, head down to the beach to defend it from invasion.
A task force of Clampetts awaits an invasion of the U.S. by fish.
Women's lib protests hit Drysdale's bank.
Granny and Elly launch a fem lib protest.
How to thwart a women's lib strike: hire geisha girls.
Granny and Elly seek happiness as liberated women.
The women's movement strikes at the bank.
Elly joins the women's lib battle against Drysdale.
Jethro's bachelorhood seems headed for extinction.
An unemployed actor is making a big play for Jane.
An actor plans to capture the Clampett millions by passing himself off as kin to Davy Crockett.
Fortune hunter Dick Bremerkamp schemes to marry Elly May.