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Widow Kate Bradley and her three daughters - Bobbie Jo, Billie Jo and Bettie Jo - run the Shady Rest Hotel, a small-town inn where city folks come to enjoy the quiet. Nothing much happens around Hooterville, so it's up to the girls to come up with their own schemes for fun.

Latest episodes

aired 2 days ago
When a glamorous writer stays at the Shady Rest Hotel to write a novel, with eyes on Steve, the girls work to find a way to get her to leave.
aired 2 days ago
An unknown singer tries to smuggle an adorable Vietnamese orphan into the United States via Hooterville.
aired 3 days ago
Sparks fly when the three Bradley sisters and Dr. Craig find themselves competitors in a beauty contest.
aired 3 days ago
Two rough motorcyclists, suspected of poaching, are too many and too tough for Game Warden Pike to capture.
aired 4 days ago
Betty Jo finds herself growing jealous of the attention that Steve is giving their daughter, so they decide to go on a second honeymoon.
aired 4 days ago
Caught with too many fish in his possession, Uncle Joe is threatened with a jail sentence.
aired 5 days ago
Dog suddenly becomes a second-class citizen at the Shady Rest when Steve, Betty Jo and Kathy Jo move in.
aired 5 days ago
Steve hurriedly takes off on a crop-dusting job, not knowing he underbid the assignment by $1,800.
aired 6 days ago
Janet considers leaving Hooterville to work for a famed neurologist.
aired 6 days ago
A race between the Cannonball and a taxi will determine the hotel's future.
aired 9 days ago
The Hooterville folks are faced with a larcenous fund-raiser when they try to find enough money to buy a new church organ.
aired 9 days ago
Uncle Joe, who evidently regards himself as energetic, announces his retirement, leaving the rest of Hooterville to ponder the question what he is retiring from.
aired 10 days ago
Steve is declared out of bounds in his own house when Kathy Jo appears allergic to him.
aired 10 days ago
When Sam receives a notice that the Hooterville Postal Substation is scheduled for closure, an outraged Uncle Joe devises a plan.
aired 11 days ago
Arguments break out between older residents and younger residents over exactly how Founder's Day should be celebrated.
aired 11 days ago
Three friends compete for a charming librarian (Betty White).
aired 12 days ago
Steve gets a very nice job offer, but it would require the Elliotts to move to New York - a tough decision.
aired 12 days ago
A big-city comic threatens to alienate all of Hooterville by making fun of local characters.
aired 13 days ago
Five eminently qualified and extremely jealous rivals volunteer to be Kathy Jo's godfather.
aired 13 days ago
When it seems Steve is taking Betty Jo for granted, Bobbie Jo tries to make him act more demonstrative.
aired 16 days ago
After several failed job attempts, Bobbie Jo writes a newspaper article about Dr. Craig, which upsets half of the subscribers in Hooterville.

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