The Beverly Hillbillies is an American television comedy that ran for nine seasons on CBS from September 26, 1962 to March 23, 1971. It was about the backwoods Clampett family (Jed, his mother Granny, his daughter Ellie Mae, and his nephew Jethro Bodine) that became wealthy after striking oil and subsequently moved to Beverly Hills in California. Their unctuous banker Mr. Drysdale and his efficient but unglamorous secretary Miss Hathaway were also regular characters. It was set in the same fictional reality as Green Acres and Petticoat Junction.
The series starred Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, and Max Baer, Jr., who mostly found themselves typecast after the series ended (though Buddy Ebsen enjoyed later success as the star of the TV series Barnaby Jones).
- Teenagers from Outer Space - "Miss Hathaway, Jethro wants to be a rock star..."
- The Rebel Set - "It's Miss Hathaway!"
- The Human Duplicators - "Eh, I'm here for the Mr. Drysdale audition, heh heh..."
- Eegah - Joel and the Bots create a device that plays the incidental rural music of the show (though this type of music was less common on The Beverly Hillbillies).
- Angels Revenge - "Jethro's in the see-ment pond..."
- The Leech Woman - Tom tries convincing Mike and Crow to do a Beverly Hillbillies sketch if only so he can run around screaming "Jed!"
- The Space Children - Dr. Wahrman was portrayed by Raymond Bailey, who played Mr. Drysdale. He likely went unrecognized by Mike and the Bots due to the fact that he wasn't wearing the toupee he sported on the show.
- It Lives By Night - Tom gets his delivery from the Buddy Ebsen Hat Distressing Company.
- Reptilicus - "And Jethro discovers that he is the half-brother of a piece of cheese."