Handyman Henry Wheeler enters the Taylors' life, for whom Aunt Bee develops a wistful soft spot. For her sake, Andy keeps him on with chores but progressively discovers Henry's true vocation - that of a freeloader.
Aunt Bee has hired Mr. Wheeler to help with the flowers around the Taylor home. Andy's not too sure about him but notices how taken with him Aunt Bee is, so he relaxes and agrees to let him stay on and help around the house. Once he's in good, Wheeler's easy going manner seems to become more of a 'lazy going' manner, with Andy stuck doing most of the work.Written by
tomtrekp/edited by statmanjeff
As he walks onto the front porch just after the 20 minute mark, the Mr. Wheeler character carries a newspaper. Its headline is briefly visible and reads "KEATING SENDS SECRET MESSAGE TO FRIEND"; the credits list no one of that name. See more »
Man needs someone to cake care of, and somebody to take care of him.
Well, if that's all you want, Mr. Wheeler, why don't you buy a dog?
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When handyman Edgar Buchanan shows up and admit to eating in his truck, Aunt Bee invites him to supper. He is a nice man, but he is a phony. He offers to do jobs around the place but cons Andy into doing them. It is obvious that the guy will stay as long as he is taken care of without offering any remuneration.
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