The Andy Griffith Show: The Christmas Story
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  • I love it that much, and it just isn't Christmas without seeing this wonderful episode of this down home comedy show

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      From the first season, The Andy Griffith Show: The Christmas Story is a show I must watch every year at least three or four times. I love it that much, and it just isn’t Christmas without seeing this wonderful episode of this down home comedy show.

      Andy Griffith and Don Knotts begin the


      half-hour by talking about Barney playing Santa at the party. Knotts is this petite thing, so that adds to the fun.

      The crux of the show is the town villain, store owner Ben Weaver, who starts off by wanting a man arrested. When Andy brings the man’s wife and child to the ...


      • jail so they can have Christmas together, Weaver objects.

        However, as the show progresses, it’s almost as if Ben Weaver wants to be arrested. This leads to some great moments and good laughs.

        One of the most poignant moments is when Andy and his girlfriend, Ellie (Eleanor Donohue) sing the beautiful “Away in the

        Manger”. From outside, Weaver looks through the window and mouths the words with them, unseen by anyone inside.

        The moral is that Christmas goes on, even inside the jail. It’s sweet and tender, and heartwarming to the core. It’s the only Christmas show the series did. Why mess with perfection?




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