Say good-bye to city life, fire up the jalopy, and return to the pastoral pastures of Hooterville and the wacky world of Lisa and Oliver Wendell Douglas, where everything makes, er, its own sort of sense. Actually, it doesn't make any sense, and The Hooterville Handbook brings it all to life with:
-A foreward by Hank Kimball, your county agent.
-Revealing interviews with the men and women responsible for this timeless television treat.
-Behind-the-scenes peeks into the farmhouse, the Olivers' bedroom and the private life of Arnold Ziffel, the popular porcine star of the show.
-A complete guide to all 170 episodes.
Hooterville is still the one place in the world where the grass is always greener, and this delightful book will surely turn anyone who doesn't own it green with envy.