To make the hillbilly family next door, the Clampetts, more presentable
to his wife, Mr Drysdale (Raymond Bailey), who's also the Clampetts'
banker, sends a butler and a maid (Arthour Gould-Porter, Sirry Steffen)
over to help out. Problem is, the Clampetts want no servants, and they
think the people Drysdale is sending are his wife's relatives ... and in
the end, Drysdale's plan completely backfires.
Ok, there are a
handful pretty good jokes in that one, but in all, the episode wastes way
too much time with the set-up to really deliver on its promise, and thus
the culture clash one expects from a story like this results in nothing
more than a couple of chases in the end.