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Leave It to Beaver Episode Guide

Pilot. It's a Small World


First aired: 0/0/0
Writer:
Director:
Guest star: Diane Brewster (Miss Simms) , Max Showalter (Ward Cleaver), Paul
Sullivan (Wally Cleaver), Richard Deacon (Mr. Baxter), Joe Kerns (Mr. Cochran),
Harry Shearer (Frankie Bennett)
Global rating: 4.3

Beaver learns he can win a new bike if he collects 1,000 milk bottle caps, so he and
Wally set about to win the prize. Unbeknownst to them, the contest is phony, made up
by Wally's friend as a joke.

1. Beaver Gets 'Spelled'


First aired: 10/4/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Diane Brewster (Miss Canfield), Burt Mustin (Gus), Jeri Weil (Judy
Hensler), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Ralph
Sanford (Fats Flannaghan), Steve Paylow (Boy), Gary Allen (Man #1), Alan
Reynolds (Man #2)
Global rating: 6.2

Beaver's teacher, Miss Canfield, sends a note home with Beaver and the other kids
convince him that its news that he's getting kicked out of school. So Beaver and Wally
take steps to hide the note from Ward and June.

2. Captain Jack
First aired: 10/11/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Irving Bacon (Postal Clerk), Edgar Buchanan (Captain Jack), Penny
Carpenter (Girl), Connie Gilchrist (Minerva)
Global rating: 7.2

Beaver and Wally send away for an alligator and they secretly keep it in the bathroom.
When the alligator falls ill, the boys get some advice from Captain Jack, an owner of an
alligator farm. However, keeping him a secret is going to be hard, the alligator is
growing and they need a new place to keep him without June and Ward finding out.

3. The Black Eye


First aired: 10/18/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Jeri Weil (Judy
Hensler) , Lonnie Thomas (Boy #2), Tommy Berwald (Boy #3), Wendy Winkelman
(Violet Rutherford), Richard Smiley (Boy #4), Julie Bennett (Waitress), Philip
Greisman (Boy #1)
Global rating: 7.5

Beaver comes home with a black eye and Ward is upset when he learns that Beaver
didn't fight back. This leads Ward to teach Beaver how to defend himself. Little does
Ward know that the person who punched Beaver is a girl not to mention she's Violet
Rutherford, the daughter of one of Ward's co-workers.

4. The Haircut
First aired: 10/25/1957
Writer: Bill Manhoff
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Benny Baker (Barber), Gil Frye (Mr. Tyne)
Global rating: 7.5

After losing his lunch money for three days in a row, Ward gives Beaver one last
chance, by letting him handle his haircut money. However, when he loses that too,
Beaver decides to give himself a haircut just days before he's scheduled to be an angel
in a play.

5. New Neighbors
First aired: 11/1/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Phyllis Coates (Betty Donaldson),
Yolanda White (Julia), Charles H. Gray (Harry Donaldson)
Global rating: 7.4

The Cleavers have new neighbors, the Donaldsons, and June sends Beaver over to
welcome them with a vase of flowers. However, when Mrs. Donaldson thanks Beaver by
kissing him on the cheek, Beaver becomes convinced that Mr. Donaldson will kill him
because he let a married woman kiss him, and it's all thanks to Eddie Haskell, who
planted that idea in Beaver's mind.

6. Brotherly Love
First aired: 11/8/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson) , Herb Vigran
(Stanley)
Global rating: 7.1
June has had it with Wally and Beaver's fighting and demands they make a pact to be
nice to one another and do things together. However, when each boy gets an invitation
for individual social outings, they each attempt to break the pact.

7. Water, Anyone?
First aired: 11/15/1957
Writer: Clifford Goldsmith
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Eddie Marr (Water Worker #1), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger'
Fafara (Tooey) , Francis DeSales (Mr. Anderson), Katherine Warren (Mrs. Brown),
Norman Alden (Water Worker #2)
Global rating: 7.1

Wally and his friends are trying to earn enough money to buy baseball uniforms so they
put a plan into action by doing their chores at a slow pace in order to maximize their
hourly pay. Meanwhile, Beaver, also wanting to be on the team, begins selling water to
his family and neighbors.

8. Beaver's Crush
First aired: 11/22/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Diane Brewster (Miss Canfield), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Jeri Weil
(Judy Hensler), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) ,
William Fawcett (Mr. Johnson)
Global rating: 7.0

Beaver has a crush on his teacher, Miss Canfield. When Judy, Whitey and Larry tease
him for being a 'teacher's pet,' Beaver tries to prove them wrong and places a spring
snake in her desk. However, Beaver has second thoughts and becomes determined to
remove the snake before she finds it.

9. The Clubhouse
First aired: 11/29/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , Charles
Wagenheim (Painter), Raymond Hatton (Charlie, the Fireman), Allen Windsor (Ice
Cream Man), James Gleason (I) (Pete), Johnny Silver (Man)
Global rating: 7.0

Wally and his friends build a clubhouse, and Beaver wants to join. Although the dues
are $1 for 8th graders, Beaver has to come up with $3 in order to join their club. How
can Beaver earn the money?

10. Wally's Girl Trouble


First aired: 12/6/1957
Writer: Mel Diamond, Ben Gershman
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Carol Sydes (Penny Jamison) , Barbara
Dodd (Librarian), Louise Fitch (Miss Higgins), Erik Nielsen (Boy #1), Paul Engle (Boy
#2), Stephen Hammer (Boy #3)
Global rating: 6.9

Wally and Beaver dread attending dance school, so when suddenly Wally takes a liking
in it, June and Ward are dumbfounded. It seems Wally has developed a crush on a girl
named Penny and Beaver soon feels neglected and left out when Wally begins
spending all his time with Penny.

11. Beaver's Short Pants


First aired: 12/13/1957
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Madge
Kennedy (Aunt Martha) , William Schallert (Mr. Bloomgarten), Eric Snowden
(Clothier)
Global rating: 6.9

When June goes on a trip to visit her sister, Peggy. June's Aunt Martha steps in and
stays with Ward and the boys. Ward and the boys do their best not to hurt Martha's
feelings but Beaver has the hardest time, when she buys him a suit, knee socks, a cap
and short pants and makes him wear the outfit to school.

12. The Perfume Salesmen


First aired: 12/27/1957
Writer: Mel Diamond, Ben Gershman
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Anne Dore (Mrs. Wentworth), Helen Jay (Customer)
Global rating: 7.5

Wally and Beaver want to win a fancy film projector and in order to get it they have to
sell 24 bottles of perfume. However, the appalling aroma of the perfume quickly leads to
zero sales and has Ward trying to think up a sales gimmick.

13. Voodoo Magic


First aired: 1/3/1958
Writer: Bill Manhoff
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn) , Ann Doran
(Agnes Haskell), Karl Swenson (George Haskell)
Global rating: 7.4
June and Ward make Wally and Beaver promise that they won't go to the movies and
see a scary movie. However, Wally and Beaver are talked into seeing it, thanks to
Wally's so-called best friend, Eddie Haskell. The movie has quite an influence on
Beaver, who makes a voodoo doll, names it Eddie Haskell and sticks it with pins.

14. Part Time Genius


First aired: 1/10/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Diane Brewster (Miss Canfield), Rusty Stevens
(Larry Mondello), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Bobby Mittelstaedt (Charles
Fredericks), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , John Hoyt (Dr. Compton), Charles
Davis (Willis Cornelius)
Global rating: 7.3

After taking an IQ test, Beaver scores the highest in his class and Mrs. Rayburn
suggests that it would be best if Beaver went to a special school, where his abilities can
be challenged. However, little does anyone know, everything is not as it seems.

15. Party Invitation


First aired: 1/17/1958
Writer: Mel Diamond, Ben Gershman
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Patty Turner (Linda Dennison), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri Weil
(Judy Hensler), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Dorothy Anne Collier (Girl #1),
Betty Lynn Budzak (Girl #2), Claudia Bryar (Mrs. Dennison), Lyle Talbot (Chuck
Dennison)
Global rating: 7.1

Beaver is invited to Linda Dennison's birthday party and quickly discovers that he is the
only boy that she invited. Fearing for his reputation, Beaver tries his best to get out of
attending but June and Ward are insistent, not aware of the situation Beaver's in.

16. Lumpy Rutherford


First aired: 1/24/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Richard Deacon (Fred
Rutherford) , Helen Parrish (Geraldine Rutherford)
Global rating: 7.4

The local bully, Lumpy Rutherford, has been picking on Beaver and Wally and, thanks to
a story Ward tells them, decides to play a joke on Lumpy. However, their ploy catches
the wrong person, Lumpy's father and Ward's co-worker Fred Rutherford, is caught in
the trap.
17. The Paper Route
First aired: 1/31/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Fran Van Hartesveldt
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Yvonne White (Female Customer), Lyn Osborn (Male Customer #2), Gil
Frye (Male Customer #1), Alan Reynolds (Newspaper Delivery Man), Jackie Kelk (Mr.
Merkel)
Global rating: 7.3

Wally and Beaver want to get brand new bike and they ask Ward for some money,
however, he suggests that they earn the money. This leads Wally and Beaver to get a
job, delivery papers. Later, while trying to help the boys out, Ward and June
inadvertently almost get Wally and Beaver fired.

18. Child Care


First aired: 2/7/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Shirley Mitchell (Janet Wilson), Ray Montgomery (Herb Wilson),
Gabrielle (Puddin'), Joey Scott (Bengie Bellamy), Will Wright (Pete)
Global rating: 7.3

After Ward's bragging about Wally and Beaver being responsible, Herb and Janet
Wilson assume that it would be all right to leave their 4-year old daughter in Wally and
Beaver's care while the Wilsons go out to a party with Ward and June. However, the
trouble begins when the youngster locks herself in the bathroom.

19. The Bank Account


First aired: 2/14/1958
Writer: Phil Leslie
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn) , Eric Snowden (Salesman)
Global rating: 7.6

Ward tries to teach Wally and Beaver the importance of saving by giving them a piggy
bank. The boys quickly save up a handful of change and are all ready to spend it on
some baseball equipment. However, unknown to their parents, they change their minds
and decide to spend the money on a most unselfish gift.

20. Lonesome Beaver


First aired: 2/28/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy Hart (Chester
Anderson), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , Lillian O'Malley (Mrs. Whitney), John Hart
(Scoutmaster)
Global rating: 7.0

Wally goes away on a trip with the Boy Scout troop that he belongs to, leaving a
lonesome Beaver behind. Finding his friends to be busy, Beaver takes up other means
to make the time go by.

21. Cleaning Up Beaver


First aired: 3/7/1958
Writer: Bill Manhoff
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)
Global rating: 7.4

Wally begins to outgrow his "sloppy" phase and becomes much neater. This is noticed
by Ward and June who try to encourage Beaver to undergo the same transformation.
However, Beaver changing like that just seems to extraordinary of a task.

22. The Perfect Father


First aired: 3/14/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger'
Fafara (Tooey) , Richard Smiley (Willie Dennison), Lyle Talbot (Chuck Dennison)
Global rating: 7.1

Ward becomes a bit jealous when Wally and Beaver begin spending time playing
basketball at Willie Dennison's house after Willie's dad put up a backboard and a
basket. This prompts Ward to do the same thing but it just seems like things are working
against him being the perfect father.

23. Beaver and Poncho


First aired: 3/21/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Diane Brewster (Miss Canfield), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Jeri Weil
(Judy Hensler), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Patty Turner (Linda Dennison),
Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Maudie Prickett (Mrs. Bennett), Joanna Lee
(Newspaper Lady)
Global rating: 5.4

Beaver makes a trade with Larry Mondello, a glass doorknob for a Chihuahua. Larry
had found the dog in his garbage can, so when Beaver brings it home, Ward
immediately breaks the news that he's going to place an ad in the lost and found and
that Beaver probably won't be able to keep the dog. Despite this, Beaver quickly begins
to grow close to the little dog.
24. The State vs. Beaver
First aired: 3/26/1958
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Frank Wilcox (Judge), Bill Kendis
(Police Officer)
Global rating: 7.3

Ward helps Beaver and Wally build a miniature race car powered by the lawn mower
motor and Ward makes the boys promise not to use it without him being with them.
Later, Larry talks Beaver into taking it for a spin resulting in being pulled over by a traffic
officer.

25. The Broken Window


First aired: 4/2/1958
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: James Neilson
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy
Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , Charles Davis (Willis Cornelius),
Ralph Sanford (Fats Flannaghan), Bill Hunt (Grocer)
Global rating: 7.3

While playing baseball in the street with Wally, Chester and Tooey, Eddie hits a baseball
through the Cleaver's window resulting in Ward forbidding the boys to play baseball so
close to the house. However, later, Beaver talks Wally into pitching one, but this results
in a broken car window.

26. Train Trip


First aired: 4/9/1958
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Madge Kennedy (Aunt Martha), Eddie Marr (Ticket Salesman) , Bess
Flowers (Lady in Waiting Room), Joseph Crehan (conductor), Karl Swenson (George
Haskell), Mary Foran (Lady), Ricky Allen (Boy), Alan Reynolds (Stranger)
Global rating: 7.6

After a week long visit with their Aunt Martha, Wally and Beaver prepare to head home
to Mayfield on a train. After talking Martha into letting them buy their own tickets, they
discover they're short the money after spending it on junk food and find themselves
wondering how they are going to get home.

27. My Brother's Girl


First aired: 4/16/1958
Writer:
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), Pamela
Baird (Mary Ellen Rogers) , Jan Gillum (Kathleen), Linda Lowell (Francis), Raymond
Karr (Boy)
Global rating: 7.0

An eighth grade dance has Wally being pressured into attending with a girl, instead of
going stag with Eddie. However, Mary Ellen Rogers becomes determined to have Wally
take her and goes through Beaver to get to him.

28. Next Door Indians


First aired: 4/23/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), Burt
Mustin (Gus), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey)
Global rating: 6.9

Wanting to be liked by Wally's friends, Beaver makes up a wild story about the vacant
lot next to his house being an Indian battle ground. After making a bet with Eddie,
Beaver has Wally help him plant artifacts in the lot. However, that is forgotten when the
kids make a discovery that they believe will make them rich.

29. Tenting Tonight


First aired: 4/30/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger'
Fafara (Tooey)
Global rating: 7.3

After a weekend spent at the movies goes awry for Ward, he decides the boys should
spend their weekends outside and plans a camping trip. However, when Ward's called
into work, Wally and Beaver decide to camp out in the backyard.

30. Music Lesson


First aired: 5/7/1958
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Wendell Holmes (Mr. Willot), Stanley Fafara
(Whitey Whitney) , Douglas Wade (Thomas)
Global rating: 6.6

Wally makes the baseball team and Ward openly shows how proud he is of him, leaving
Beaver feeling inferior. Trying to impress his parents, Beaver tries out for the band and
begins practicing the clarinet. However, Beaver soon finds himself with more problems
when he's let go from the band.
31. New Doctor
First aired: 5/14/1958
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Stanley Fafara
(Whitey Whitney), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , Stuart Wade (Dr. Bradley)
Global rating: 6.9

June has Wally stay home from school when he comes down with a sore throat and
suddenly Wally is immersed in attention from his parents, friends and doctor. Jealous
and feeling left out, Beaver fakes illness, seeking that same attention.

32. Beaver's Old Friend


First aired: 5/21/1958
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Jess Kirkpatrick (Garbage Man), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) ,
Dennis Holmes (Friend #1), David Halper (Friend #2)
Global rating: 6.4

Wally and Beaver are helping Ward clean out the garage when they run across Beaver's
old teddy bear, Billy. Beaver reluctantly throws him away after Ward and Wally tell him
he's too old for dolls. However, Beaver changes his mind but he's too late, the garbage
truck came, which leads Beaver to take drastic measures to get him back.

33. Wally's Job


First aired: 5/28/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)
Global rating: 6.8

Wally jumps at the chance to paint a couple of garbage cans for Ward, who offers 50
cents a piece. However, once Eddie tells Wally, that his father was charged $3.00 to
have his painted, he becomes disinterested in the job which is when Beaver steps in
and takes over the job.

34. Beaver's Bad Day


First aired: 6/4/1958
Writer: John Whedon
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , James
Parnell (Johnny)
Global rating: 7.5
An incident at the park leads to Beaver ripping the pants on his gray flannel suit. When
he's questioned by Ward and June he makes up a wild story that his parents quickly see
through. Lectured in telling the truth, Beaver does just that when the pants of his other
suit are ripped but Ward and June don't believe him.

35. Boarding School


First aired: 6/11/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Barry Curtis (Johnny Franklin)
Global rating: 6.1

An old friend of Wally's stops by with stories about how great it is at the military school
he attends. This leads Wally to decide that he would like to attend military school,
despite a wary Ward and June.

36. Beaver and Henry


First aired: 6/18/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Burt Mustin (Gus)
Global rating: 7.4

An animal is chewing up June's flower bed, so Ward and the boys set a trap to catch it.
They soon catch a white rabbit whom Beaver talks Ward and June into keeping. Beaver
names him Henry only to later discover Henry is really a Henrietta and she's expecting.

37. Beaver Runs Away


First aired: 6/25/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello)
Global rating: 7.4

Larry gets Beaver into trouble when he goads Beaver into trying out Ward's drill and in
the end there are two holes in the garage wall. Ward hits the roof and scolds Beaver
who in turn decides to run away.

38. Beaver's Guest


First aired: 7/2/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Frank
Sully (Cab Driver)
Global rating: 7.3
Beaver is all excited to have his friend, Larry Mondello, stay over for the weekend.
However, things start off on the wrong foot when Beaver and Larry get into a fight
ending with Beaver punching Larry in the stomach.

39. Cat Out of the Bag


First aired: 7/16/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Ray Kellogg (Mr. Donaldson)
Global rating: 7.0

The neighbors are going away for the weekend and Beaver and Wally have been put in
charge of taking care of their lawn and their cat, Puff Puff. When Eddie shows up with
his dog, Wolf, chaos erupts and Wolf chases Puff Puff away.

40. Beaver's Poem


First aired: 10/2/1958
Writer: Roland MacLane, Dick Conway, Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn)
Global rating: 6.9

Beaver comes to Ward for help on the night before a poetry assignment is due. This
prompts Ward to totally take over the project and writes the whole poem himself. Things
get complicated when Beaver wins an award for the poem and Ward is faced with
explaining the truth to Beaver's principal.

41. Eddie's Girl


First aired: 10/9/1958
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Karen Green (Caroline Cunningham),
Aline Towne (Mrs. Cunningham)
Global rating: 6.8

A school dance has Eddie swooning over his so-called "girl," Caroline. However, it's
obvious Eddie has made up their relationship when Wally and him visit her and she
instantly becomes smitten with Wally.

42. Ward's Problem


First aired: 10/16/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Rusty
Stevens (Larry Mondello), Bobby Mittelstaedt (Charles Fredericks), Stanley Fafara
(Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 6.8

Ward must make a decision when a conflict develops concerning which son to spend
the weekend with. He can either go on a fishing trip with Wally or take Beaver on a
father-son weekend. Thinking Ward is going to go fishing with Wally, Beaver makes up a
wild story when his classmates start to tease him.

43. Beaver and Chuey


First aired: 10/23/1958
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Alan Roberts Costello (Roberto "Chuey"
Varella), Maria Andre (Carmella Varella), Abel Franco (Enrico Varella)
Global rating: 5.7

Beaver makes a new friend in Chuey Varella but he only speaks Spanish. So Beaver
asks Eddie, who has taken Spanish, for some help but Eddie plays a joke on Beaver by
feeding him a sentence in Spanish which ultimately insults Chuey.

44. The Lost Watch


First aired: 10/30/1958
Writer: Richard Baer
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson),
Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), 'Tiger'
Fafara (Tooey) , Jonathan Hole (Bank Teller)
Global rating: 8.1

While watching Wally and his friends play baseball, Beaver is put in charge of looking
after everyone's coats and watches. However, after the game is over Lumpy comes to
claim his watch, but Beaver has no watch to give him.

45. Her Idol


First aired: 11/6/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Patty Turner (Linda Dennison), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) ,
Susan Marshall (Girl)
Global rating: 6.4

Beaver becomes good friends with a classmate, Linda Dennison. However, their
relationship is blown out of proportion by Beaver's classmates who begin to tease him
and goad him into insulting Linda, to prove that she isn't his girl.
46. Beaver's Ring
First aired: 11/13/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Rusty
Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Ann Loos (Miss
Thompson)
Global rating: 6.3

Being Beaver's godmother, Aunt Martha sends him a gift of a ring that had once
belonged to an uncle who was also named Theodore. June cautions Beaver that she
doesn't want him taking it to school, but he sneaks off to school with it anyway. This
leads to a confrontation between his peers that ends with him getting the ring stuck on
his finger.

47. The Shave


First aired: 11/20/1958
Writer: Bob Ross, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), Frank
Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , Howard McNear
(Barber), Charles Cirillo (Andy)
Global rating: 7.6

When Eddie and some of his other friends brag about shaving, Wally decides it's time
he try. After nicking his face, Ward tries to discourage him but this just leads Wally to
continue to shave. When Ward catches him again, he scolds him right in front of Eddie
which leads to Wally being made fun of.

48. The Pipe


First aired: 11/27/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello)
Global rating: 8.1

Ward receives an antique pipe as a gift from Fred Rutherford and a curious Larry and
Beaver decide to try it out. First they use coffee but then they try tobacco. When Ward
discovers someone has used the pipe, he jumps to the conclusion that Wally is the
culprit.

49. Wally's New Suit


First aired: 12/4/1958
Writer: Richard Baer
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , John Hoyt
(Salesman)
Global rating: 7.8

Wally needs a new suit for an upcoming dance and he convinces his parents that he's
old enough to pick out his own clothes. So he and Beaver go down to the shop and pick
out the loudest, cheapest plaid suit in the entire shop.

50. School Play


First aired: 12/11/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Dorothy Adams (Miss
Wakeland), Linda Beardon (Girl)
Global rating: 6.4

A school play has Beaver and his classmates assigned parts and Beaver is assigned
the role of a canary. However, he doesn't seem to be graceful enough to fly around like
a bird. To make matters worse, on the night of the play, Ward's words of encouragement
lead to Beaver coming down with a case of stage fright.

51. The Visiting Aunts


First aired: 12/18/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Madge Kennedy (Aunt Martha), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , Irene Tedrow
(Mrs. Hathaway)
Global rating: 6.8

Beaver and Wally are all excited about going to the carnival, however, Aunt Martha
throw a wrench in their plans when she makes an unexpected visit with a friend of hers,
forcing Wally and Beaver to count the hours away, hoping she will leave soon enough
so they can still go to the carnival.

52. Happy Weekend


First aired: 12/25/1958
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Harry Tyler (Boatman)
Global rating: 7.1

Ward takes June and the boys away on a trip to a cabin in hopes of experiencing the
"great outdoors." However, as he quickly discovers, getting away from today's modern
conveniences will be more difficult then he anticipated.
53. Wally's Present
First aired: 1/1/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Keith Fowler, Norman Paul
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Arthur
Space (Mr. Judson)
Global rating: 7.3

Wally's birthday has him deciding to have a birthday party but Beaver jumps to the
conclusion that he won't be invited. While shopping for Wally's present, Larry talks
Beaver into spending his money on a bow and arrow set for himself and buy a cheap
gift for Wally.

54. The Grass is Always Greener


First aired: 1/8/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jess Kirkpatrick (Henry Fletcher),
Eddie Marr (Man) , Billy Chapin (Chris Fletcher), Don Lyon (Pete Fletcher), Helen
Jay (Woman)
Global rating: 7.4

Beaver and Wally make friends with the garbage man's kids, Chris and Pete. They
quickly learn that they take for granted what they have. Simple things like just having a
yard to play in leave Chris and Pete in awe.

55. The Boat Builders


First aired: 1/15/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey)
Global rating: 6.7

Wally, Chester and Tooey are building their own boat and plan to sail on it, despite Ward
and June's forbidding Wally. Once at the lake, Beaver is the only one small enough to
get in it and once on the water, the boat tips over leaving a soaked Beaver behind.
However, it's trying to keep their afternoon of boating a secret from Ward and June,
that's really going to wipe Wally and Beaver out.

56. Beaver Plays Hooky


First aired: 1/22/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers) ,
Richard Lane (Marshall Moran), John Hart (Construction Worker), Robert Mitchell
(Man), Berniece Dalton (Woman)
Global rating: 6.8

Larry and Beaver find themselves tardy for the third time this week and decide to skip
altogether. However, they quickly find themselves being caught when they inadvertently
walk on the set of a live TV show.

57. The Garage Painters


First aired: 1/29/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Rusty Stevens (Larry
Mondello) , Joey Scott (Bengie Bellamy), Sara Anderson (II) (Mrs. Bellamy)
Global rating: 7.1

A lazy weekend leads Ward to direct Wally and Beaver to read a book, Tom Sawyer.
The book influences them so much that they take on the job of painting the garage
doors. However, they soon find the job to be awfully boring and messy. Chaos erupts
when neighbor, Bengie Bellamy stops by wanting to help.

58. Wally's Pug Nose


First aired: 2/5/1959
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) ,
Cheryl Holdridge (Gloria Cusick), Ralph Brooks (Mailman)
Global rating: 7.6

When the new girl, Gloria, tells Wally that he has a pug nose, he becomes incredibly
self-conscious and purchases a contraption that is suppose to give him a strong Roman
nose. When Ward discovers the device, he gives him a pep talk which just makes
matters worse.

59. Beaver's Pigeons


First aired: 2/12/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 5.4

Beaver, Larry and Whitey begin a pigeon club and they each purchase pigeons of their
own. Beaver names his two, Miss Canfield and Miss Landers, after his two teachers.
However, when Beaver comes down with chicken pox, Wally is forced into caring for
them, but soon finds Beaver isn't the only one ill, Miss Canfield and Miss Landers are
also ailing.
60. The Tooth
First aired: 2/19/1959
Writer: Bob Ross, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello),
Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford) , Frank Wilcox (Dr. Harrison), Veronica
Cartwright (Violet Rutherford), Alice Backes (Nurse)
Global rating: 6.6

Beaver learns he has to go to the dentist and that's when his friends tell him some
horror stories about the drill, the dentist is going to use. This prompts Beaver to become
downright scared of going to the dentist.

61. Beaver Gets Adopted


First aired: 2/26/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Lurene Tuttle (Mrs. Brady), Lee
Torrance (Miss Walker)
Global rating: 7.2

Wally wins a trophy at school and Beaver accidentally breaks it. This leads Ward to
accuse Beaver of being jealous of Wally and that he broke it on purpose. Upset, Beaver
decides to get new parents and heads to an adoption agency.

62. The Haunted House


First aired: 3/5/1959
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Lillian Bronson (Miss Cooper)
Global rating: 6.8

Beaver and Larry become convinced that the Cooper house is haunted by a witch and
Beaver and Larry are scared to death. So when June gets Beaver a job walking Mrs.
Cooper's dog, Beaver's fear gets the best of him.

63. The Bus Ride


First aired: 3/12/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Eddie Marr (Mr. Payton) , Yvonne White (Female Bus Passenger),
Douglas Evans (Bus Passenger #1), Bill Idelson (Newstand Worker), Frank Sully
(Cab Driver)
Global rating: 7.4
June and Ward allow Wally to escort Beaver on a bus to a friend's house headed for
Crystal Falls. However, on one of the stops, Beaver inadvertently gets on the wrong
bus, a bus that takes him back to Mayfield.

64. Beaver and Gilbert


First aired: 3/19/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, George Tibbles, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) ,
Carleton G. Young (John Gates), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Gates/Bates)
Global rating: 5.3

The Cleavers have new neighbors in the Gates family and Beaver befriends their son,
Gilbert Gates (his last name was suddenly changed to Bates in a later episode).
However, Ward, June and Wally quickly realize the obvious when Beaver comes home
with all kinds of wild stories that Gilbert has told and that Beaver is convinced are true.

65. Price of Fame


First aired: 3/26/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler) , Bill Erwin
(Man)
Global rating: 7.0

While staying after school, cleaning the chalkboards, Larry convinces Beaver that Mrs.
Rayburn keeps a spanking machine in her closest in her office. Later, a curious Beaver
sneaks a peek but soon finds himself locked in the principal's office. Beaver's fame
doesn't go over well with his family but Beaver has another problem on his hands, he's
just gotten his head stuck in an iron fence in the park.

66. A Horse Named Nick


First aired: 4/2/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus) , Michael Ross (I) (Board of Health Official), Bill
Baldwin (Rendering Man)
Global rating: 6.9

Beaver and Wally get jobs at the circus cleaning the animals and a promise to each be
paid $10.00 at the end of the week. However, the end of the week comes and there is
no ten dollars in sight, instead Beaver and Wally become the proud owners of a horse
named Nicholas and they hide him in the garage.

67. Beaver's Hero


First aired: 4/9/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Wendell Holmes (Mr. Willot), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Stephen Talbot
(Gilbert Bates), Bobby Mittelstaedt (Charles Fredericks), Stanley Fafara (Whitey
Whitney)
Global rating: 6.9

Beaver discovers that Ward was in WWII and brags to his classmates that Ward was a
war hero. As usual, his classmates don't believe him and Beaver promises to bring in
some momentos to prove it. However, at home, Beaver discovers that Ward was an
engineer in the war and didn't actually fight in combat, thus leaving Beaver to take
drastic measures so as not to look like a fool in front of his classmates.

68. Beaver Says Good-bye


First aired: 4/16/1959
Writer: George Tibbles, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Bobby Mittelstaedt (Charles Fredericks), Stanley Fafara (Whitey
Whitney) , Rodney Bell (Mr. Church)
Global rating: 5.6

Ward makes an offer on a house located in a neighboring town and Beaver believes
moving is going to be a sure thing. This leads him to tell all his classmates that he's
moving but when the deal falls through, Beaver must tell his class that he won't be
moving after all but they've just thrown him a goodbye party and shoved a handful of
presents in his face.

69. Beaver's Newspaper


First aired: 4/23/1959
Writer: Elon Packard, Harry Winkler, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello)
Global rating: 6.8

While cleaning in the garage, Beaver and Wally come across an old typewriter. Beaver
decides to fix it up and begin his own newspaper with Larry. However, someone is
standing in his way, Wally, who claims the typewriter is his property.

70. Beaver's Sweater


First aired: 4/30/1959
Writer: Katherine Eunson, Dale Eunson
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler)
Global rating: 7.7
Beaver sees an Eskimo sweater in a store window and becomes determined to get one.
He finally convinces Ward and June to get him one, but the first day he wears it he sees
Judy Hensler wearing the same sweater.

71. Friendship
First aired: 5/7/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 6.3

Beaver spends the weekend at Larry's but the first night there they get into a terrible
argument and Beaver goes home angry. After Ward tells Beaver a story about Damon
and Pythias, Beaver and Larry swear to die for each other. Larry then promptly
demands that Beaver give him his homework to prove himself.

72. Dance Contest


First aired: 5/14/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Pamela Baird (Mary Ellen Rogers),
Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), 'Tiger'
Fafara (Tooey)
Global rating: 6.2

Wally gets an invitation to attend a cotillion with Mary Ellen Rogers. At first he wants to
turn down the invitation, but then decides to go anyway, despite the fact that Mary Ellen
has signed them up to do the cha-cha in a dance contest.

73. Wally's Haircomb


First aired: 5/21/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Richard Deacon (Fred
Rutherford) , Howard Wendell (Mr. Haller)
Global rating: 7.8

Wally begins combing his hair a new way, which was inspired by a fad started by Eddie
that has swept his school. However, June and Ward are aghast by his hairdo and June
becomes determined to get Wally to change his haircomb back to his normal style.

74. The Cookie Fund


First aired: 5/28/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Rusty
Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Danny Richards Jr. (Roger Delacy), John Eldredge (Mr.
Preston)
Global rating: 6.8

Beaver and Larry have been put in charge of the class cookie fund and are taking turns
guarding the money. A new kid takes advantage of them and cons Beaver and Larry out
of three dollars from the fund.

75. Forgotten Party


First aired: 6/4/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , John Collier (David Manning), Mary
Lawrence (Alice Manning), Bill Baldwin (Mr. Johnson)
Global rating: 7.0

An old friend of Beaver's, David Manning, invites him to a birthday party and Beaver
promises to attend but as the week passes, Beaver forgets all about it. When the day
arrives, June, Ward and Wally scramble to find the Beaver who is spending the day with
Larry, wandering around town.

76. Beaver the Athlete


First aired: 6/11/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Stanley Fafara
(Whitey Whitney) , Robert Carson (Coach)
Global rating: 5.1

After getting a poor grade in gym class on his report card, Beaver becomes determined
to prove to everyone that he is a good athlete, so he signs up to play baseball where it's
the boys versus the girls.

77. Found Money


First aired: 6/18/1959
Writer: Katherine Eunson, Dale Eunson
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Eddie
Marr (Carnival Vendor), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey)
Global rating: 7.2

Larry invites Beaver to the carnival and tells him that his mother will treat him. However,
when Mrs. Mondello refuses to give Larry money, Larry decides to find some. So Larry
throws some of his mother's money out the window and when Beaver comes over, Larry
pretends as if he's found some money.
78. Most Interesting Character
First aired: 6/25/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Theodore Ferro, Mathilda Ferro
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 6.1

Miss Landers assigns Beaver's class to write a short essay about the most interesting
character they know. While Judy writes about her dad, Beaver debates over whom he
should write about. Beaver finally decides to write about Ward, but Beaver isn't sure if
Ward is interesting enough.

79. Blind Date Committee


First aired: 10/3/1959
Writer: Katherine Eunson, Dale Eunson, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Tommy
Ivo (Duke Hathaway), Beverly Washburn (Jill Bartlett)
Global rating: 7.5

Wally becomes the chairman of the blind date committee for an upcoming dance.
However, Wally quickly wants to resign from the position when he can't find anyone to
go with the new girl, Jill Bartlett.

80. Beaver Takes a Bath


First aired: 10/10/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello)
Global rating: 8.2

Ward and June allow Wally to babysit Beaver one evening, while they attend a party.
However, things go awry when Beaver gets ready to take a bath he accidentally lets the
bathtub overflow causing the water to leak onto the bathroom floor and into the
downstairs ceiling.

81. School Bus


First aired: 10/17/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Bobby Mittelstaedt (Charles Fredericks), Stanley Fafara (Whitey
Whitney) , James Parnell (Mr. Crawford)
Global rating: 6.1
A new school year has the bus service being extended to those students living in town.
However, after not even a week, Beaver gets suspended from riding the bus after
getting into a fight.

82. Beaver's Prize


First aired: 10/24/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Madge
Blake (Mrs. Mondello) , Peter Leeds (Theater Manager)
Global rating: 8.0

After leaving the cap off the ink, Beaver is grounded to the house for a whole day after
the ink ruined some of Ward's papers. However, Larry and Beaver sneak out to the
movies and when Beaver wins a bike, he must find a way to keep it a secret from his
parents.

83. Baby Picture


First aired: 10/31/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Rusty
Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 7.4

Beaver's class holds a "Most Beautiful Baby" contest and each student is supposed to
bring in a baby picture. To make the deadline, June picks out a cute picture of Beaver at
the last minute and sends it to Miss Landers, not realizing that the cute picture may
cause Beaver embarrassment.

84. Beaver Takes a Walk


First aired: 11/7/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 6.5

Ward saves an old pedometer from being thrown out and gives it to Beaver, but not
before telling him a story about when he was a kid he would walk 20 miles a day. Taking
the story literally, Beaver makes a bet with Whitey that he too can walk 20 miles in a
day.

85. Borrowed Boat


First aired: 11/14/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello) , Frank
Gerstle (Police Sargeant), Tommy Cole (Red Bennett), Tom Masters (Fred Thorton),
Martin Smith (Police Officer #1)
Global rating: 7.4

Larry and Beaver spend the day at lake which is where they encounter two kids who let
them borrow their boat. However, little do Larry and Beaver know that the boat is stolen.

86. Beaver's Tree


First aired: 11/21/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director:
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Rusty
Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 6.8

While his class is reciting a poem about trees, Beaver remembers a tree that Ward had
given him for his birthday when they lived at their old house. Wanting "his" tree back,
Beaver and Larry go to Beaver's old home and promptly dig it up.

87. Teacher Comes to Dinner


First aired: 11/28/1959
Writer: Dale Eunson, Katherine Eunson
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 7.6

Beaver gets a surprise when June invites Miss Landers over for dinner and Larry
convinces him that something bad might happen. This leads Beaver to become a
nervous wreck and tries to make sure his parents don't do anything to embarrass him.
Meanwhile, Larry charges a quarter to anyone who wants to spy on Miss Landers eating
dinner at the Cleavers.

88. Beaver's Fortune


First aired: 12/5/1959
Writer: Theodore Ferro, Mathilda Ferro
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Bobby Mittelstaedt (Charles
Fredericks), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Callen John Thomas Jr. (Sonny
Cortwright)
Global rating: 6.6

Beaver has his fortune read by a machine and becomes convinced nothing but good
luck is headed his way. However, he doesn't feel that way when Larry sets it up so that
Beaver will have to fight a 5th grader, Sonny Cartwright.
89. Beaver Makes a Loan
First aired: 12/12/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Stephen
Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 7.1

Ward loans Beaver 25 cents but gives him a dollar, expecting 75 cents as change.
However, Larry manages to convince Beaver to loan him the 75 cents and when Larry
doesn't pay him back, when he said he was going to, a feud erupts.

90. Beaver the Magician


First aired: 12/19/1959
Writer: George Tibbles, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Madge Kennedy (Aunt Martha), Eddie
Marr (Uncle Artie) , Joey Scott (Bengie Bellamy), Ann Doran (Mrs. Bellamy)
Global rating: 7.2

Beaver buys a common magic trick but is disappointed by everyone's "that's nice"
reaction, but he gets a totally different reaction out of Bengie when Larry and Beaver
convince him that Beaver has been turned into a rock.

91. June's Birthday


First aired: 12/26/1959
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Sue
Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Jean Vander Pyl (Woman's
Club Member), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Claire Carleton (Saleslady)
Global rating: 7.6

June's birthday has Wally and Beaver fighting over what to buy with the five dollars that
Ward gave them. Wally buys her a wallet while Beaver buys an ugly blouse that June
kindly thanks him for, but she has a hard time bringing herself to wear it.

92. Tire Trouble


First aired: 1/2/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)
Global rating: 6.5

Beaver wants to raise chinchillas and begins building a cage in the garage. However,
when Beaver changes his mind, Ward tries his best to get Wally and Beaver the clean
the mess up in the garage. Things get worse, when Ward unknowingly runs over some
of the wood and nails that Beaver left laying around with the car, causing the boys to try
to patch a flat tire before Ward finds out.

93. Larry Hides Out


First aired: 1/9/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello)
Global rating: 8.1

While Beaver is staying at the Mondellos, Larry sneaks a peak at his sister's diary and
his mother discovers him and yells at him right in front of Beaver. This prompts Larry to
run away, to Beaver's house, who secretly hides him in his bathroom.

94. Pet Fair


First aired: 1/16/1960
Writer: Dale Eunson, Katherine Eunson
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri
Weil (Judy Hensler), Patty Turner (Linda Dennison), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) ,
Tim Graham (I) (Mr. Allen), Darcy Hinton (Alice)
Global rating: 4.8

A pet fair at school has Beaver feeling left out since he doesn't have a pet, but he tells
everyone he does, a parrot. Meanwhile, Ward tries to find a pet for Beaver and buys him
a hamster.

95. Wally's Test


First aired: 1/23/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Carol Sydes (Alma Hanson), Frank Bank
(Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford) , Frank Albertson (Mr. Gannon)
Global rating: 8.5

An upcoming test in history, Wally's weakest subject, has Wally studying all weekend
and has Larry and Eddie coming up with a plan that will give them good grades on the
test.

96. Beaver's Library Book


First aired: 1/30/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, Theodore Newton (Mr. Davenport), Claudia Bryar (Librarian)
Global rating: 7.6

Ward allows Beaver to check out a book on his library card but when Beaver loses the
book he becomes convinced that Ward will be put in jail, thanks to Eddie Haskell's
wiseguy comments.

97. Wally's Election


First aired: 2/6/1960
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Ken Osmond (Eddie
Haskell), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Carol Sydes (Alma Hanson), Buddy
Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger' Fafara (Tooey) , Ross Elliott (Mr. Hyatt), Ann Barnes
(Frances Hobbs), Dennison Kerlee (Boy)
Global rating: 6.6

Eddie nominates Wally for class president and Wally has no interest in the position, that
is until Ward gives him some encouragement. Wally quickly gets wrapped up in the
election and his friends see a change in him, a change that prompts them to vote
against him.

98. Beaver and Andy


First aired: 2/13/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Wendell Holmes (Andy Hadlock)
Global rating: 7.7

An old acquaintance of Ward's stops by and offers to paint the trim on the house.
However, June and Ward are both apprehensive about the prospect of an alcoholic
coming in contact with Wally and Beaver, despite the fact that he says he's cleaned
himself up.

99. Beaver's Dance


First aired: 2/20/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Bretaigne Windust
Guest star: Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) ,
Katherine Warren (Mrs. Prescott), Karen Sue Trent (Cowgirl)
Global rating: 7.2

Both Beaver and Larry are forced into attending dancing school by their parents and
after one lesson, they find that they absolutely detest it, like they knew they would. This
prompts them to skip class next time and they hide out behind a barn until it's time to go
home.
100. Larry's Club
First aired: 2/27/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Madge Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Stanley
Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Gary Allen (Boy #1), Neil Seflinger (Harold), Bobby
Beekman Jr. (Boy #2)
Global rating: 7.1

Larry is furious when Beaver leaves him out when he joins a club called the Bloody
Five. To get revenge, Larry makes up a story that he is starting his own club and that
people are waiting in line to join. This prompts Beaver to resign from the Bloody Five
and he tries to join Larry's bogus club.

101. School Sweater


First aired: 3/5/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Ann Barnes (Frances Hobbs)
Global rating: 6.7

Wally lends his school sweater to Frances and quickly finds getting it back is going to be
difficult since the girl keeps making up excuses. Things reach a boiling point when Ward
and June overhear Frances bragging to her friends how Wally is chasing after her.

102. The Hypnotist


First aired: 3/12/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello)
Global rating: 8.9

After seeing someone being hypnotized in a movie, Beaver sets out to do the same but
Eddie wants to play a trick on Beaver and pretends Beaver has hypnotized him and
Beaver gets scared when Eddie doesn't snap out of the trance.

103. Wally and Alma


First aired: 3/19/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Jean Vander Pyl (Mrs. Hanson), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Carol
Sydes (Alma Hanson), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford) , Barry Curtis
(Harry Meyers), Rodney Bell (Alfred Hanson)
Global rating: 5.4
After drawing Alma's name for a school picnic, Wally finds himself meeting her parents
and her mother takes an immediate liking to Wally and begins setting him and Alma up
on numerous dates then turns around and accuses Wally of monopolizing Alma's time.

104. Beaver's Bike


First aired: 3/26/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Paul
Bryar (Sergeant Peterson), Paul Engle (Boy)
Global rating: 8.4

Beaver asks his parents if he could ride his new bike to school instead of ride the bus,
and after some hesitating they finally agree to it. However, on the first day, a naive
Beaver gets his bike stolen.

105. Wally's Orchid


First aired: 4/2/1960
Writer: Bob Ross, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Rusty
Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Pamela Baird (Myra), Dee Carroll (Florist), Sandy Lilyth
(Judy)
Global rating: 8.0

Wally asks out a rich girl who drops hints that she would like an orchid for her corsage.
Wally quickly discovers that getting one is going to be more difficult then he originally
thought.

106. Ward's Baseball


First aired: 4/9/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford)
Global rating: 9.2

Ward's cherished autographed baseball becomes the object that Larry and Beaver just
can't keep their hands off of. They decide to play catch with it and it ends up getting run
over by a truck.

107. Beaver's Monkey


First aired: 4/16/1960
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello) , Norman Leavitt (Veterinarian), Dee
Carroll (Woman #1), Mary Alan Hokanson (Woman #2)
Global rating: 4.9

Beaver wants a pet and Ward and June object to his latest one, a mouse. They tell him
they can have a sensible pet, so when Beaver and Larry see an ad at the market giving
away a free monkey, Beaver jumps at the chance and Ward and June find their house
the new home for Stanley, the Monkey.

108. Beaver Finds a Wallet


First aired: 4/23/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Jess
Kirkpatrick (Police Sergeant) , Valerie Allen (Miss Thompkins), Edith Terry
(Secretary)
Global rating: 7.5

Beaver and Larry find a wallet that contains $89 while on their way to the grocery store
to pick up some groceries for June. Surprisingly, Beaver and Larry decide to turn it in at
the police station and Beaver finds himself waiting an agonizing week to see if he can
keep the money.

109. Mother's Day Composition


First aired: 4/30/1960
Writer: Bob Ross, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Rusty
Stevens (Larry Mondello), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) ,
Bill Baldwin (Frank), Dee Arlen (Laura)
Global rating: 8.1

Beaver must write a composition about his mother but soon finds himself the only one
with a seemingly "boring" mother while Richard, Larry and Judy have colorful mothers.
Beaver decides to make his mother colorful too even if it means making up things.

110. Beaver and Violet


First aired: 5/7/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover),
Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Veronica Cartwright (Violet Rutherford), Majel
Barrett (Gwen Rutherford)
Global rating: 6.1

Beaver finds himself in a most uncomfortable situation when Fred Rutherford practically
plays matchmaker and pairs Beaver up with his daughter Violet. Fred organizes a picnic
and invites the Cleavers which is where the situation culminates into Beaver getting
kissed by Violet.

111. The Spot Removers


First aired: 5/14/1960
Writer: Bob Ross, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)
Global rating: 8.2

For an upcoming dance, Wally is ready to wear a grey suit but when Beaver brings his
new friend Richard over to the house, he accidentally spills oil on it, leaving a big stain.
This leads Richard and Beaver to try to bleach the stain out with disastrous results.
Beaver finds himself with another problem, when later, Eddie discovers what Beaver is
hiding from Wally.

112. Beaver, the Model


First aired: 5/21/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Bartlett Robinson (George Compton),
Aline Towne (Secretary)
Global rating: 8.0

Beaver sends his picture in to a modeling agency and they reply with a letter stating
they will place his photo in a modeling directory. Soon after Beaver receives another
letter this time asking for $30 and when Beaver ignores it, the company threatens legal
action.

113. Wally, the Businessman


First aired: 5/28/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Tokar
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Buddy Hart (Chester Anderson), 'Tiger'
Fafara (Tooey) , Cheryl Holdridge (Gloria Cusick), Rory Stevens (Little Boy), Dana
Dillaway (Peggy), Anne Nauseda (Girl)
Global rating: 8.3

Wally gets a job selling Igloo ice cream and quickly finds himself giving credit to
everyone, including Eddie. However, as the day approaches that his money is to be
collected, Wally scrambles to get those who owe him money, to pay up.

114. Beaver and Ivanhoe


First aired: 6/4/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Stephen
Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Stanley Fafara (Whitey
Whitney) , Stephen Wootton (Clyde Appleby), James Parnell (Mr. Crawford), Bobby
Beekman Jr. (Harold), Neil Seflinger (Boy)
Global rating: 4.7

Assigned to read one more book before the end of the school year, Ward suggests
Ivanhoe, and Beaver reads it and takes the ideas of knighthood and chivalry to heart.
He begins defending girls and begins charging his friends to make them knights.

115. Wally's Play


First aired: 6/11/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Tommy
Ivo (Duke Hathaway)
Global rating: 7.5

Wally has joined an all male club at school and learns that they are putting on a play
and he's not too happy when he learns that the part he's supposed to play is that of a
chorus girl. Later, Beaver and Gilbert make matters worse when they stumble upon
Wally's costume, a dress.

116. The Last Day of School


First aired: 6/18/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Stephen
Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Stanley Fafara (Whitey
Whitney)
Global rating: 5.9

The last day of school has each one of Miss Landers' students bringing her a gift. June
orders some nice handkerchiefs for the gift and a slip for herself. Beaver mistakes the
slip as the gift for Miss Landers and debates on whether or not to give her this very
"personal" gift.

117. Beaver's Team


First aired: 6/25/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard
Correll (Richard Rickover), Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Stanley Fafara (Whitey
Whitney) , Bobby Beekman Jr. (Harry)
Global rating: 7.3
While coaching Beaver's football team, Wally makes up a secret play and Beaver just
happens to mention it to Penny who inadvertently passes it on to the opposing team.

118. Beaver Won't Eat


First aired: 10/1/1960
Writer: Bob Ross, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Netta Packer (Customer), Bea Silvern
(Waitress), Hal Smith (Restaurant Manager)
Global rating: 7.7

Beaver is determined not to eat brussels sprouts and adamantly refuses not to eat them
when June serves them for dinner. In order to go to a football game, Ward makes
Beaver promise that he will eat them the next time they are served. Beaver quickly finds
himself confronted with the "deadly" vegetables when the Cleavers go out to eat at a
posh restaurant.

119. Beaver's House Guest


First aired: 10/8/1960
Writer: Arthur Kober, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Barry Gordon (Chopper), Clark Howat (Dave)
Global rating: 6.2

A friend Beaver made at summer camp, Chopper, stays with the Cleavers for the
weekend. Beaver is quickly introduced to Chopper's unusual life since he is the son of
parents who have been married and divorced many times.

120. Beaver Becomes a Hero


First aired: 10/15/1960
Writer:
Director: Gene Reynolds
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Jeri Weil (Judy Hensler), Richard
Correll (Richard Rickover), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Larry Thor (Mr.
Watson), Neil Seflinger (Harold)
Global rating: 6.2

While Beaver and Wally are fishing an abandoned canoe floats up and Beaver and
Wally responsibly return it to the owner, whose name had been carved in the paddle.
However, after telling his friends the story, they adjust it to make it sound as if Beaver
had saved a girl from drowning.

121. Wally, the Lifeguard


First aired: 10/22/1960
Writer: George Tibbles, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Andrew McCullough
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Pamela
Baird (Mary Ellen Rogers), Carol Sydes (Alma Hanson (uncredited)), Stanley Fafara
(Whitey Whitney) , Richard Gering (Lifeguard), John Hiestand (Mr. Burton)
Global rating: 8.4

Wally is all set to begin his job as a lifeguard but is let down when he learns that had
been a mistake and he's not old enough to fill the position, so instead he is hired to sell
candy and hot dogs.

122. Beaver's Freckles


First aired: 10/29/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Rusty Stevens (Larry
Mondello), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Stephen Wootton (Clyde Appleby)
Global rating: 6.1

When Clarence gets fed up with Beaver calling him Lumpy, he gives Beaver a new
nickname of Freckles. This leads Beaver to become self-conscious about his freckles
and takes steps to try to remove them.

123. Beaver's Big Contest


First aired: 11/5/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Gene Reynolds
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Rusty Stevens (Larry
Mondello) , Lenore Kingston (Woman), Merle Allen (Police Officer)
Global rating: 7.3

Constantly entering contests, Beaver's latest one has him selling raffle tickets in hopes
of winning one of the prizes. Surprisingly, he does indeed win third prize and the prize is
a $3,500 sports car. However, his dreams are dashed when Eddie's premonition comes
true, Ward breaks the news that Beaver can't keep the car.

124. Miss Lander's Fiance


First aired: 11/12/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Jack
Powers (Tom Brittingham)
Global rating: 6.2

While doing some yard work for Miss Landers, Beaver and Whitey witness their favorite
teacher in the midst of a gentleman caller, which makes Beaver a bit jealous. However,
Beaver gets sick to his stomach when he discovers Miss Landers is engaged to be
married and the man he saw was her fiance.
125. Eddie's Double-Cross
First aired: 11/19/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Carol Sydes (Alma Hanson) , Reba Waters
(Caroline Schuster), Howard Wright (Mr. Newton)
Global rating: 8.7

Eddie crawls through the Cleaver house spreading the news that he's going steady with
Caroline Schuster, something that worries June who doesn't want Wally to get any ideas
about going steady. However, Wally has other worries when he overhears Caroline
saying that she's only using Eddie while her boyfriend is grounded. Leaving Wally with
the decision to tell Eddie or not.

126. Beaver's I.Q.


First aired: 11/26/1960
Writer: Theodore Ferro, Mathilda Ferro
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Karen Sue Trent
(Penny Woods), Keith Taylor (Harry), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 7.1

After learning that he's going to be taking an I.Q. test, Beaver hits the books, scared
after his friend tell him that if he doesn't pass, he will be sent to "dumb" school.

127. Wally's Glamour Girl


First aired: 12/3/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Bernadette Withers (Kitty Bannerman)
Global rating: 6.5

Wally is shocked to learn that the glamourous Kitty Bannerman is visiting Mayfield and
he's afraid that she will find out that he's not the rich hot shot that he told her he was in
the letters that he had sent her.

128. Chuckie's New Shoes


First aired: 12/10/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Jess Kirkpatrick (Shoe Salesman) , Rory
Stevens (Chuckie Murdock), Marjorie Reynolds (Mrs. Murdock), Vince Williams (Mr.
Swanson)
Global rating: 7.7
A neighbor gives Wally the responsibility of taking her son, Chuckie, down to the shoe
store to pick out a pair of shoes. However, when Wally gives the job to Beaver, Beaver
finds himself searching for Chuckie, who has gotten himself lost.

129. Beaver and Kenneth


First aired: 12/17/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Jean Vander Pyl (Mrs. Thompson), Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers) ,
William Bakewell (Mr. Purcell), Gil Rogers (Kenneth Purcell)
Global rating: 7.5

While at a parent's meeting, June leans from Miss Landers that someone has been
stealing in Beaver's class and so far, a baseball glove, a lunch box and a baseball cap
were heisted. Later, June makes a shocking discovery, she finds the stolen items under
Beaver's bed. This leaves June and Ward wondering if they're raising a thief.

130. Beaver's Accordion


First aired: 12/24/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Gene Reynolds
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , John
Hoyt (Mr. Franklin), Rankin Mansfield (Postmaster)
Global rating: 8.4

An advertisement in the mail for a free tryout of an accordion has Beaver sneaking
around behind Ward's back. After rescuing the flyer from the trash, Beaver sends it in
and indeed gets an accordion that he quickly finds hard to hide from his parents.

131. Uncle Billy


First aired: 12/31/1960
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Edgar Buchanan (Uncle Billy), Henry Hunter (Sam), Nancy Reynolds
(Gloria)
Global rating: 6.8

Ward's Uncle Billy arrives in Mayfield for a visit and begins telling Wally and Beaver
exaggerated stories. Not realizing this, Beaver expects Billy to come through after
promising Beaver a fishing reel.

132. Teacher's Daughter


First aired: 1/7/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Cheryl Holdridge (Julie Foster) , Ross Elliott (Mr. Foster)
Global rating: 8.6

Wally's latest girlfriend is Julie Foster who just happens to be the daughter of a Mr.
Foster who teaches English. Meanwhile, at school, a new semester lands Wally in Mr.
Foster's class and quickly finds himself feeling uncomfortable. Especially after Eddie
tells him that his relationship with Julie will determine his grades.

133. Ward's Millions


First aired: 1/14/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 5.8

Wanting Ward to become a millionaire, Beaver buys him a book called, "I Became a
Millionaire in Twelve Months." Ward thanks him for it but Beaver quickly learns that
Ward is just being polite as to spare his feelings.

134. Beaver's Secret Life


First aired: 1/21/1961
Writer: Wilton Schiller, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers),
Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Keith Taylor (Harry), Karen Sue Trent (Penny
Woods)
Global rating: 7.1

After revealing that he wants to be a writer when he grows up, Ward buys Beaver a
diary to practice writing and Beaver begins keeping a record of his daily activities.
However, June and Ward pick the lock and sneak a peek at his diary after Beaver
neglects to come home on time.

135. Wally's Track Meet


First aired: 1/28/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) ,
John Close (Mr. Henderson), Harold T. Dane (Boy #1), Tom Jackman (Boy #2)
Global rating: 8.5

Wally is all set to compete in a track meet but after the coach catches him "horsing
around" in the locker room, he's ousted from the meet, even though Lumpy and Eddie
were egging him on.
136. Beaver's Old Buddy
First aired: 2/4/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Gary Hunley (Jackie Waters), Ray Kellogg (Mr. Waters), Shirley
Rastatter (Mrs. Waters)
Global rating: 4.5

An old friend of Beaver's spends the weekend at the Cleavers and Beaver is all ready to
have a great time like they used to. However, Beaver quickly discovers that people
change and in this case Beaver's old buddy has indeed changed.

137. Beaver's Tonsils


First aired: 2/11/1961
Writer: Mathilda Ferro, Theodore Ferro, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Karen
Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Keith Taylor (Harry), Burt Mustin (Gus) , John Gallaudet
(Dr. Kirby), Jimmy Carter (III) (Boy)
Global rating: 6.9

When Beaver becomes sick, the doctor thinks Beaver may need to have his tonsils
taken out. Ward quickly puts Beaver's fears to rest by telling him everyone will bring him
presents when they visit him in the hospital. This leads Beaver to tell everyone that he's
going to have surgery but then finds out he may not need the operation after all.

138. The Big Fish Count


First aired: 2/18/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Jess
Kirkpatrick (Mr. Parker) , Carol Wakefield (Kathy), Jennie Lynn (Sally Ann Maddox)
Global rating: 8.0

Eddie makes it known to everyone that he's just gotten a job down at Parker's Pet
Store, which happens to be the store that's holding a contest where you guess how
many fish are in the tank. After hours of counting and re-counting, Gilbert suggests to
Beaver that they ought to just ask Eddie for the count, but Beaver is a bit hesitant at
cheating.

139. Beaver's Poster


First aired: 2/25/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Karen
Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Keith Taylor (Harry), Patty Turner (Linda Dennison) , Lei
Lani Sorenson (Phyllis)
Global rating: 6.4

Miss Landers is having Beaver's class do projects on the colonial period and Beaver is
one of three people doing posters. Whoever makes the best one, gets a prize and
Beaver is sure that Ward will paint the poster for him, but Ward rejects that idea and
forces Beaver to do his own work.

140. Mother's Helper


First aired: 3/4/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Mary Carroll (Mrs. Manners), Candy Moore (Margie Manners)
Global rating: 7.2

A neighborhood cleaning woman, Mrs. Manners, gets a request from June asking her to
help out a couple times during the week. Mrs. Manners is too busy herself but instead
sends over her daughter, a girl whom Wally instantly falls for.

141. The Dramatic Club


First aired: 3/11/1961
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Dann Cahn
Guest star: Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover),
Keith Taylor (Harry), Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers) , Stephen Talbot (Gilbert
Harrison/Bates), Betty Lynn Budzak (Victoria Bennett), Katherine Warren (Mrs.
Prescott)
Global rating: 6.1

After joining the dramatic club at school, Beaver is given the lead role in a play.
However, after reading the script, Beaver discovers he must kiss a girl and wants out of
the production.

142. Wally and Dudley


First aired: 3/18/1961
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Pamela Baird (Mary Ellen Rogers), Frank
Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford) , Jimmy Hawkins (Dudley McMillan), Marta
Kristen (Christine Staples), Eddie Pagett (Male Party-goer)
Global rating: 8.9

A close friend of June's moves into the neighborhood and June arranges to have Wally
show the new kid, Dudley, around school. However, everyone thinks Dudley is a creep
and Eddie and Lumpy plan to make a fool of Dudley at a party.
143. Eddie Spends the Night
First aired: 3/25/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , John Alvin (Frank Haskell)
Global rating: 8.3

Wally invites Eddie to spend the night. However, during a game of chess, Eddie
accuses Wally of cheating and they get into a big argument ending with Wally ordering
Eddie to go home.

144. Beaver's Report Card


First aired: 4/1/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Stephen
Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
Global rating: 8.8

Beaver gets out of school early to go to the dentist which prompts Gilbert to drop off his
report card. However, Eddie and Lumpy get a hold of it and Eddie decides to alter
Beaver's arithmetic grade from a D- to a B+.

145. Mistaken Identity


First aired: 4/8/1961
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) ,
Marvin Bryan (Police Officer), Alan Hewitt (Lieutenant Barnes)
Global rating: 8.2

A police officer catches Richard throwing rocks at the windows of an old abandoned
house. When asked for his name, he tells the officer his name is Theodore Cleaver.
Meanwhile, Ward has joined a committee to organize a youth center.

146. Wally's Dream Girl


First aired: 4/15/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Katherine Eunson, Dale Eunson
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Linda Bennett (Ginny Townsend)
Global rating: 5.9

Wally falls head over heels for a popular girl in school, Ginny Townsend. To get them
together, June slyly invites Ginny on a picnic and the Cleaver's quickly discover that
Ginny is not exactly a barrel of laughs.
147. The School Picture
First aired: 4/22/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Karen
Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Keith Taylor (Harry), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn) ,
Lenore Kingston (Mrs. Bruce), Gage Clarke (Mr. Baxter)
Global rating: 8.1

Beaver's class is having a group picture taken and while having it done, Gilbert goads
Beaver into making a face with him when they snap the picture. However, when the
picture is actually taken, Gilbert backs out and Beaver is the only one making a face.

148. Beaver's Rat


First aired: 4/29/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford) , Veronica Cartwright (Violet Rutherford)
Global rating: 5.6

Beaver making trades with his classmates is beginning to get on Ward and June's
nerves since he seems to be the one who always walks away shorthanded. June
especially thinks Beaver got the short stick in his latest trade, when he comes home
with a pet rat.

149. In the Soup


First aired: 5/6/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Harry Holcombe (Frank Whitney),
Lenore Kingston (Mrs. Whitney), Jack Mann (Fireman), Jimmy Gaines (Little Boy)
Global rating: 9.3

Wally is throwing a party and is successful in getting Beaver out of the house, who is
planning to spend the night at Whitey's. However, on the way to Whitey's house, him
and Beaver get into an argument over a billboard that is advertising for soup and this
leads to Beaver falling into the giant soup bowl mounted at the top of the billboard.

150. Community Chest


First aired: 5/13/1961
Writer: Raphael Blau, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Claudia Bryar (Mrs. Harris), Dorothy
Neumann (Woman #1), Lee Meriwether (Woman #2), Bruno Vesota (Man)
Global rating: 7.0

Beaver volunteers to go around the neighborhood and collect for the Community Chest
in June's place after she decides to attend Wally's open house at his school. Beaver
brings along Gilbert and thanks to Beaver's astronomical mistake of losing the collection
can, chaos erupts.

151. Junior Fire Chief


First aired: 5/20/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Sue
Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Keith Taylor (Harry),
Burt Mustin (Gus), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 6.3

Beaver decides to run for Junior Fire Chief and, to his surprise, wins. However, as soon
as he's elected, Beaver lets the responsibilities go to his head and begins issuing
citations to not only his family but his neighbors as well.

152. Beaver's Frogs


First aired: 5/27/1961
Writer: Lou Breslow, Joseph Hoffman
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) , Rory
Stevens (Chuckie Murdock)
Global rating: 6.5

Beaver wants a canoe and makes a deal with Ward that if he can come up with half the
money, Ward will pay for the other half. So Beaver, comes up with a way of making
money by selling frogs. However, little does he know that the man who's going to buy
the frogs, uses them for class disections.

153. Beaver Goes in Business


First aired: 6/3/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , William
Stevens (Man #2), Jim Nolan (Man #1), Amzie Strickland (Woman)
Global rating: 7.7

Beaver and Gilbert begin a lawn mowing business and plan to go door to door in seach
of lawns that need to be mowed. However, shortly after they venture out, Eddie gives
the boys some advice that leads them into trouble and Gilbert to bail out of the business
when their first client appears.
154. Kite Day
First aired: 6/10/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Keith Taylor (Harry), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Stephen Talbot
(Gilbert Bates), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Jason Robards Sr. (Mr. Henderson)

Global rating: 5.9

An upcoming father-son Kite Day has Beaver getting all excited when Ward agrees to
participate with him. They do a great job building a kite together but when Gilbert talks
Beaver into testing it out, the kite crashes and falls apart. This leaves Beaver with the
duty to tell Ward just what happened to their entry in Kite Day.

155. Beaver's Doll Buggy


First aired: 6/17/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Anton M. Leader
Guest star: Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates),
Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Jean Vander Pyl (Mrs. Woods), Ken Osmond
(Eddie Haskell) , Jennie Lynn (Girl)
Global rating: 7.3

Beaver buys a run down mini-race car from Eddie and needs to find a set of wheels for
it. Beaver decides to ask Penny Woods if he could have the wheels off her old doll
buggy but finds himself in an awkward position, pushing a doll buggy down the street.

156. Substitute Father


First aired: 6/24/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Sue
Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Fred Sherman (Taxi
Driver)
Global rating: 7.7

Before leaving on a business trip, Ward asks Wally to look after June and Beaver and
Wally does indeed. However, when Miss Landers hears Beaver swear at a bully, Beaver
turns to Wally to handle the situation and be a "substitute father."

157. Wally Goes Steady


First aired: 9/30/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Gloria Gilbert (Judy Henderson), Ryan O'Neal (Tom Henderson), Pat
McCaffrie (Bill Boothby), Frederick DeWilde (Jack Bennett), Mary Mitchel (Evelyn
Boothby)
Global rating: 9.2

Ward and June find themselves in the dark when they hear through the grapevine that
not only is Wally going steady with Evelyn Boothby but that wedding bells may be heard
soon. Meanwhile, Wally gets a different picture of marital life through Evelyn's sister and
her husband.

158. No Time for Babysitters


First aired: 10/7/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) ,
Barbara Parkins (Judy Walker)
Global rating: 7.2

June, Ward and Wally are going out for the evening and not wanting to worry about
Beaver, June calls a babysitter, despite Beaver's pleas against the idea.

159. Wally's Car


First aired: 10/14/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, Ralph Sanford (Mr. Garvey), George Spicer (Ray), Dick Foster (Don), Audrey
Swanson (Mrs. Ashby)
Global rating: 7.4

For $25, Wally buys a car and signs a contract with the owner knowing full well what
he's getting, a car that doesn't start. Wally quickly finds himself with more trouble then
he bargained for when the lemon becomes a fixture in front of the Cleaver home.

160. Beaver's Birthday


First aired: 10/21/1961
Writer: Roland MacLane, Dick Conway
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , William Newell (Postal Clerk)
Global rating: 7.6

Beaver has told his parents that he doesn't want anything big for his birthday and they
decide to respect his wishes and give him a gift of money. Beaver also gets quite a bit of
money from other relatives and finds himself debating on whether or not to spend it or
put in the bank, like his parents suggest.

161. Beaver's Cat Problem


First aired: 11/4/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Grace Wallis Huddle (Mrs. Prentiss)
Global rating: 7.2

A strange cat appears at the Cleaver's door and Beaver takes it in and feeds it.
However, when the owner is found, and the cat is returned, Beaver finds himself with a
dilemma. The cat keeps coming back.

162. Wally's Weekend Job


First aired: 11/11/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover),
Pamela Baird (Mary Ellen Rogers), Cheryl Holdridge (Julie Foster) , Donna Conn
(Jan), Rita Norma Somers (Anne), Tim Graham (I) (Mr. Gibson), Bill Baldwin (Mr.
Rogers)
Global rating: 8.6

Wally gets a job at the ice cream parlor leaving a gaggle of girls swooning and Eddie
and Lumpy feeling neglected. So to get back at him, Eddie and Lumpy concoct a plan of
revenge that involves Mary Ellen Roger's slumber party.

163. Beaver Takes a Drive


First aired: 11/18/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Charles F. Haas
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford) , Maurice Manson (Judge Morton), Gail Bonney (Woman Clerk), Stephen
Courtleigh (Father), Brad Morrow (Boy), Dick Foster (Barry), Stuffy Singer (Steve),
Bill Hale (Officer), George Hickman (Man #1), Bob Golden (Man #2), Lillian O'Malley
(Woman)
Global rating: 8.1

When Beaver and Gilbert are pretending to go for a drive in Ward's car, Beaver
accidentally releases the parking brake, causing the car to roll down the driveway and
into the street, backing up traffic. Wally steps in and drives the car back in the driveway
and clears up the traffic mess, but he soon finds himself being issued a citation for
driving without a license.

164. Wally's Big Date


First aired: 11/25/1961
Writer: Bob Ross
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)
, Laraine Stephens (Gail Preston), Judee Morton (Marjorie Muller)
Global rating: 6.3

Wally's school is having an exchange dance and Wally and Eddie must take girls from a
rival school that they chose out of a hat. Eddie asks to trade with Wally and he agrees,
like a shot, after seeing the picture of Eddie's intended in a yearbook. Suspicious, Wally
soon quickly discovers why Eddie wanted to trade; the girl is a few inches taller than
Wally.

165. Beaver's Ice Skates


First aired: 12/2/1961
Writer: Joseph Hoffman
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) ,
Stanley Clements (Salesman), Allan Ray (Bert)
Global rating: 7.9

Beaver wants a new pair of expensive ice skates and asks Ward to borrow $13.00.
Wanting to pick them out himself, he goes to the store and is conned by a salesman
who sells him skates that her 3 sizes too big.

166. Weekend Invitation


First aired: 12/9/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Richard Deacon (Fred
Rutherford), David Kent (Scott)
Global rating: 7.2

Wally and a bunch of other guys are invited to spend the weekend at Scott's cottage on
the lake. However, the one thing that could keep Wally from going, Scott just happens to
forget to mention, that there will be no parent supervision.

167. Beaver's English Test


First aired: 12/16/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Wendell Holmes (Mr. Blair) , Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Harrison/Bates)
Global rating: 7.4

Beaver has been having trouble in English and Ward persuades Wally to tutor him.
Wally has Beaver look over an old exam that he once took and to Beaver's surprise, the
next day, his teacher gives him the exact same test, which he of course he aces.
However, Beaver is left with a guilty conscience.
168. Wally's Chauffeur
First aired: 12/23/1961
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford) , Mary Mitchel (Evelyn
Boothby), James Seay (Mr. Boothby), Mark Allen (Police Officer), Ed Pagett (Boy #1),
Brad Morgan (Boy #2), George Spicer (Boy #3)
Global rating: 8.5

Wally plans on going to a big dance with Evelyn Boothby and they plan on getting there
cramped with six other people in Lumpy's car. When June and Ward refuse to allow
that, Wally and Evelyn must find another way to get there. However, what Evelyn has in
mind doesn't go over well with Wally.

169. Beaver's First Date


First aired: 12/30/1961
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Richard Correll (Richard
Rickover), Cheryl Holdridge (Julie Foster), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Pam
Smith (Betsy Patterson), Donna Conn (Girl), Estelle Etterre (Mrs. Thompson)
Global rating: 5.9

A party is being thrown at the dancing school where Beaver and Wally once took
lessons and they're both invited. This prompts Beaver to ask one particular girl who
caught his eye, Betsy Patterson, if he could escort her to the dance. However, once at
the dance, he finds that Betsy has promised other boys that she would dance with them.

170. Ward's Golf Clubs


First aired: 1/6/1962
Writer: Bob Ross
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Henry Hunter (Mr. Briggs)
Global rating: 8.6

During a particularly awful golf game, Ward happens to break his driver and decides it's
not worth repairing it, so he just puts it in the closet. Later, Gilbert talks Beaver into
hitting around some golf balls with Ward's clubs and one hit with the broken driver has
Beaver thinking he broke it.

171. Farewell to Penny


First aired: 1/13/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Jean Vander Pyl (Mrs. Woods), Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods),
Wendell Holmes (Mr. Blair), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 7.5

Penny learns that she will be moving away and Beaver deals with mixed feelings for the
girl with whom he shares a mutual dislike for. However, after a farewell party at school,
Beaver and Penny openly show their true feelings for one another.

172. Beaver, the Bunny


First aired: 1/20/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Anton M. Leader
Guest star: Karen Sue Trent (Penny Woods), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Lei
Lani Sorenson (Phyllis), Wally Wood (Boy), Jimmy Carter (III) (Herman), John
McKee (Policeman), Jean Cook (Woman #1), Sid Kane (Man #1), John Damler
(Sergeant), Alice Backes (Miss Lawrence)
Global rating: 3.7

Beaver is cast as a rabbit for a school play and June has his costume all ready,
complete with floppy ears and puffy tail. On the night of the play, Beaver needs to be at
the school early and gets a ride with Lumpy and Wally in full costume, however,
Lumpy's car breaks down and Beaver must walk the few blocks to the school to get
there in time.

173. Beaver's Electric Trains


First aired: 1/27/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Toby Michaels (Georgia)
Global rating: 6.2

June runs across Beaver's old electric trains while cleaning and since he hasn't played
with them in years, finds someone who will take them, with Beaver's consent. However,
Beaver quickly re-discovers the fun he has with his old trains and wants to withdraw
from the arrangement, even though, the new owners-to-be are expecting them.

174. Beaver's Long Night


First aired: 2/3/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), David
Kent (Bill Scott), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
Global rating: 9.4

Beaver has Gilbert over to spend the night but after they watch a gangster movie things
get out of hand. A suspicious car has just pulled up to the front of the house with two
strange characters sitting inside, and they just happen to be Lumpy and Bill, dressed for
a masquerade party. Not knowing this, Beaver calls the police and Lumpy and Bill are
arrested.

175. Beaver's Jacket


First aired: 2/10/1962
Writer: Bob Ross
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Richard Correll (Richard Rickover)
Global rating: 8.5

Richard has just gotten, as Beaver describes it, a "keen" new jacket and this prompts
Beaver to ask his parents for one exactly like it. June and Ward are hesitant after
learning the price of one but decide to give in. However, when Richard loses his, he
coerces Beaver into a plot to trick his parents.

176. Nobody Loves Me


First aired: 2/17/1962
Writer: Katherine Eunson, Dale Eunson
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Burt Mustin (Gus), Richard Correll
(Richard Rickover)
Global rating: 6.4

Beaver becomes convinced that he's ugly and unwanted after constantly being
reminded how cute he used to be and from being yelled at from his parents at how
messy he currently is.

177. Beaver's Fear


First aired: 2/24/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Burt Mustin (Gus), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Ken Osmond
(Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), David Kent (Bill Scott),
Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney)
Global rating: 8.6

Wally is rounding up some guys to go to an amusement park and he's one short from
getting a discount so he settles on Beaver. However, Beaver begins having second
thoughts when he hears stories about one of the rollercoasters.

178. Three Boys and a Burro


First aired: 3/3/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) , Jane
Dulo (Mrs. Rickover), Claudia Bryar (Mrs. Bates)
Global rating: 2.5

Beaver, Gilbert and Richard find a burro for sale in Mayfield and they each decide to
each go in $10 for it. After getting their parent's permission, Richard and Gilbert fight
over who gets to keep the burro, which they name Pepe. However, once they get a load
of just how destructive a burro can be, they dump the problem of room and board on
Beaver.

179. Eddie Quits School


First aired: 3/10/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Jeffrey Hayden
Guest star: David Kent (Bill Scott), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank
(Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford) , Frank Wilcox (Mr. Farmer), Bert Remsen (Mr.
Thompson)
Global rating: 7.8

Eddie pompously announces that he's dropping out of school to get a high paying job at
a gas station. However, all is not as it seems when Wally and Lumpy get a glance at
Eddie's new free spending life.

180. Wally Stays at Lumpy's


First aired: 3/17/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), David
Kent (Bill Scott), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
Global rating: 9.1

A communication gap ensues when Wally wants to spend the night at Lumpy's and
Beaver wants to have Gilbert spend the night. Beaver asks June and she tells him, he
can sometime when Wally spends the night somewhere and Wally asks Ward, who tells
him he can sometime when Beaver has someone spend the night.

181. Beaver's Laundry


First aired: 3/24/1962
Writer: Joseph Hoffman
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover)
Global rating: 7.8

Beaver agrees to help Richard cart his family's clothes down to the laundromat,
however, half way there they discover that Richard has lost the three dollars his mother
gave him. This leads him to ask Beaver if he could use the Cleaver washer. They soon
find themselves in another jam when the washing machine overflows after Beaver put in
too much soap and starch.

182. Lumpy's Car Trouble


First aired: 3/31/1962
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Ken Osmond (Eddie
Haskell), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford) , Pat McCaffrie (Bill Boothby)
Global rating: 9.3

Ward allows his car to be driven by Lumpy who must get Eddie, Wally and Beaver to a
sporting event in a neighboring town. However, on the way back, Lumpy disobeys
Ward's orders and takes a shortcut home.

183. Beaver the Babysitter


First aired: 4/7/1962
Writer: Joseph Hoffman
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Rory
Stevens (Chuckie Murdock), Marjorie Reynolds (Mrs. Murdock), Stephen Courtleigh
(Mr. Murdock), Jennie Lynn (Pat Murdock)
Global rating: 6.9

When Wally has a previous engagement and is unable to babysit, Beaver fills in and
quickly finds himself the object of a 10-year old's affection.

184. The Younger Brother


First aired: 4/14/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover),
Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Russ Conway (Mr. Doyle)
Global rating: 8.4

Beaver decides to join the basketball team but finds himself trying to live up to Wally's
performance. However, after not making the team, Beaver allows his family to believe
that he did.

185. Beaver's Typewriter


First aired: 4/21/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Ed
Prentiss (Mr. Bailey)
Global rating: 8.1
Seeing an ad for typewriters on sale, Beaver talks his parents into letting him get one as
long as he learns how to use it. However, Beaver discovers learning to type is not as
easy as it looks and soon finds himself making a deal with the shady Eddie Haskell.

186. The Merchant Marine


First aired: 4/28/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford)
Global rating: 8.0

Ward comes down hard on Wally after he comes home two hours late, this fuels June
and Ward's suspicions that Wally is contemplating joing the merchant Marines. June
had discovered some pamphlets hidden in his dresser drawer. However, little does
anyone know, Wally has been getting the information for Lumpy who's seriously thinking
of joining.

187. Brother Versus Brother


First aired: 5/5/1962
Writer: Bob Ross
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) , Mimi
Gibson (Mary Tyler), Hardie Albright (Mr. Collins)
Global rating: 8.8

Beaver gets a new girl in his class and is instantly smitten. He begins walking her home
from school but he soon realizes that the girl has an agenda on her mind. Her sole
purpose is to get close to Beaver in order to get close to Wally. This leads Beaver to
accuse Wally of stealing his girl.

188. The Yard Birds


First aired: 5/12/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, Bartlett Robinson (Mr. Hill)
Global rating: 8.7

Ward doesn't take any excuses when he puts his foot down and demands that Wally
and Beaver clean the yard. They each reluctantly cancel their plans with Richard and
Eddie and get to work but soon find themselves with distractions. This causes them to
miss the deadline to call the hauler who is suppose to take all the yard waste away and
this leads them to pay Eddie and Lumpy to take care of it.

189. Tennis, Anyone?


First aired: 5/19/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, Cindy Robbins (Carole Martin), James Drake (Don Kirk)
Global rating: 8.3

Wally finds himself smack dab in the middle of a lover's quarrel when a woman tries to
make her estranged boyfriend jealous by continually making tennis dates with Wally.
Wally finds himself in an awkward position when the boyfriend threatens him.

190. One of the Boys


First aired: 5/26/1962
Writer:
Director:
Guest star:
Global rating: 7.0

Eddie and Wally finally get a chance to join the most exclusive social club in school, the
Barons. However, after hanging out with the Barons on a Friday night, Eddie and Wally
realize they don't want to be in this club because these guys really aren't who
everybody thinks they are.

191. Sweatshirt Monsters


First aired: 6/2/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Richard Correll (Richard Rickover), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn),
Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Jane Dulo (Mrs. Rickover), Mark Murray (Alan),
Hardie Albright (Mr. Collins)
Global rating: 8.4

Beaver, Richard, Whitey and Alan each buy sweatshirts that have monster faces on the
front of them. They like them so much they each decide to wear them to school the next
day. However, each one finds that their parents forbid them from wearing such hideous
sweatshirts to school. However, Beaver manages to sneak out of the house with his on.

192. A Night in the Woods


First aired: 6/9/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Stanley Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Mark
Murray (Alan), John Hart (Forest Ranger)
Global rating: 8.4
Beaver and his friends are all psyched to go on a camping trip with Gilbert's father as an
escort. However, when Gilbert's father suddenly has to work and everyone is down in
the dumps that is until Wally agrees to take them. Meanwhile, Eddie and Lumpy decide
to secretly tag along and scare the boys with animal noises.

193. Long Distance Call


First aired: 6/16/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Don Drysdale (Himself), Mark Murray
(Alan), Dennis Joel (Kenny), Ray Montgomery (Kenny's Father), Kevin Jones (Boy
#1), Johnny Eimen (Boy #2)
Global rating: 5.4

Beaver and his friends decide to make a call to California to talk to Don Drysdale and
they agree to chip in on the cost of the call, assuming that it's only going to be a couple
dollars. However, when they're put on hold, the cost quickly jumps up to $9.00.

194. Stocks and Bonds


First aired: 6/23/1962
Writer: Allan Manings
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)
Global rating: 8.3

Beaver and Wally become interested in the stock market and Ward decides that they
should try their hand at it. However, Wally and Beaver have different ideas about what
to invest in compared to Ward who wants them to play it safe and invest in Mayfield
Power and Electric, while they want to invest in a more risky venture.

195. Un-Togetherness
First aired: 6/30/1962
Writer: Roland MacLane, Dick Conway
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Brenda Scott (Lori Ann)
Global rating: 8.7

The Cleavers are all excited about their annual summer vacation up to the cabin, that is
except Wally. Wanting to be close to his latest girl, Wally wants to stay behind and gets
permission to stay at Eddie's house during the two weeks the Cleavers are on vacation,
but June and Ward are a bit unsure of Wally's plans.

196. Wally's Dinner Date


First aired: 9/27/1962
Writer: Katherine Eunson, Dale Eunson
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Cheryl Holdridge (Julie Foster) , Than
Wyenn (Waiter)
Global rating: 7.4

Wally has been constantly spending his time at Julie Foster's house and June suggests
that he's old enough to take her out on a dinner date. Julie suggests a new expensive
restaurant called The White Fox. However, during the meal Wally discovers that he
forgot his wallet at home.

197. Beaver's Football Award


First aired: 10/4/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) , Kim
Charney (Terry), Rex Hill (Ronald), Don Dillaway (Mr. Rickover), Allan Ray (Mr.
Bates)
Global rating: 8.7

Beaver is scheduled to recieve a football award at a father son dinner being held in the
school gym. While talking with his friends, Beaver learns that none of them are planning
on wearing a jacket and a tie so when June and Ward insist that he wear one, he
adamently refuses.

198. Wally's License


First aired: 10/11/1962
Writer: Bob Ross
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Russ Bender (Mr. Barnsdale), Beverly
Lunsford (Shirley Fletcher), Larry J. Blake (Instructor)
Global rating: 9.0

Now that Wally is 17, he feels it's about time that he get his drivers license. However,
June and Ward are a bit apprehensive about the idea of Wally driving but Wally is
persitant and finally gets his parents to agree to let him take a drivers class.

199. The Late Edition


First aired: 10/18/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Richard Correll (Richard Rickover) , Chrystine Jordan (Paper Boy)
Global rating: 8.8

Beaver has his heart set on taking a swing at being a paper boy again but another kid
beats him to it. This leads Beaver to think about using sabatoge to get the new paper
boy fired. However, the boy may just do that himself when the service becomes terrible
leading Beaver to confront him only to discover he is a she.
200. Double Date
First aired: 10/25/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Diane Mountford (Susie), Vicky Albright (Carolyn)
Global rating: 7.2

Wally's new girlfriend Carolyn can't go out to the movies on Saturday night because she
has to watch her little sister Susan. Carolyn suggests that Beaver take Susan out to the
movies and that they all double date. Not wanting to let Wally down, Beaver decides to
go along, despite being nervous.

201. Eddie, the Businessman


First aired: 11/1/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Howard Caine (Foreman), Don Haggerty
(Ted Warden), Ted Baer (Assistant)
Global rating: 7.3

Wally and Eddie get jobs at the Mayfield Dairy thanks to Ward pulling some strings.
They soon unknowingly find themselves involved in a plot started by the foreman and
his assistant who are secretly stealing the merchandise. When Ward learns of the plot,
he warns Wally who in turn tries to warn Eddie, but Eddie doesn't buy it.

202. Tell It to Ella


First aired: 11/8/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Robert Eyer (Kevin), Tim Matheson
(Michael Harmon)
Global rating: 8.2

After coming home late on a school night, Ward and June punish him by not allowing
him to go anywhere on school nights. Beaver feels the punishment is unfair and when
Eddie suggests Beaver write to an advice column but is disappointed with the response.

203. Bachelor at Large


First aired: 11/15/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, Lurene Tuttle (Mrs. Evans)
Global rating: 4.9
The news that Eddie has moved out of his parent's house and into an apartment of his
own has June worried that Wally may be contemplating something similar. However,
Wally gets a picture of just how "happy" Eddie is being on his own and it makes him
think twice.

204. Beaver Joins a Record Club


First aired: 11/22/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , George Cisar (Postman), Robert Dugan
(Cleaning Man)
Global rating: 8.8

Beaver wants to join a record club and asks Ward for the money to join. Fed up with
Beaver constantly asking for money, Ward decides to put him on an allowance.
However, Beaver is so thrilled with his records he disreguards the bills for them and
quickly finds himself swamped with records, a rising bill and not enough allowance to
pay for everything.

205. Wally's Car Accident


First aired: 11/29/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, Beverly Lunsford (Shirley Fletcher), Will J. White (Al)
Global rating: 9.1

June and Ward go away for the weekend and Wally asks to borrow Ward's new car to
go to a dance. Although hesitant, Ward finally gives in and lets him take it. However,
after the dance, Lumpy runs into some car trouble which results in Wally smashing the
headlight on the car. Wally is now faced with having it repaired and paying for it himself
and trying to find a way to break it gently to Ward.

206. Beaver, the Sheep Dog


First aired: 12/6/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Ed Prentiss (Mr. Bailey), Billy E. Hughes
(Chuck), Hank Stanton (Fred), Gretchen Voeth (Shirley), Pamela Duncan (Woman
Clerk), Leslie LaTourette (Girl #1), Tina Brady (Girl #2)
Global rating: 7.7

At school, Beaver gets into an argument with a girl who retaliates by making fun of
Beaver's hair, calling him a sheepdog. Incredibly self-concious, Beaver goes out to the
store and buys different hairsprays and gels to try to improve his hairdo. He doesn't get
the reaction he was expecting when he tries his new hairdo out on his family.
207. Beaver, the Hero
First aired: 12/13/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stanley
Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Carol Faylen (Donna), Leslie LaTourette (Patsy), Michael
Agate (Denny), Wendy Ferdin (Charlene), Kim Charney (Terry)
Global rating: 9.2

During one of his football team's games, Beaver is sent in and scores the winning
touchdown which results in a picture in the paper. Soon, Beaver finds himself swamped
with attention and quickly lets it goes to his head. He begins acting like he's better than
everyone and begins to alienate Gilbert, Whitey and Wally.

208. Beaver's Autobiography


First aired: 12/20/1962
Writer: Joseph Hoffman
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Frances Mercer (Mrs. Carter), Terry
Burnham (Virginia), Harlan Warde (Mr. Thompson), Annette Gorman (Betsy)
Global rating: 8.2

Beaver has been given an assignment in which he must write a autobiography for class
but isn't sure about his abilities at writing. So, he convinces a girl, who likes him, to write
it for him. When she discovers that he is merely using her, she writes an outrageous life
story and hands it in, causing embarrassment for Beaver when the teacher reads it in
class.

209. The Party Spoiler


First aired: 12/27/1962
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Norman Abbott
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank
Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford) , Vicky Albright (Carolyn), Cheryl Miller (Helen),
Robert Singer (II) (Boy)
Global rating: 9.3

Wally asks June and Ward if he could have a party and with some prodding, Wally
finally gets their permission. June quickly begins the plans and Beaver gets a look at the
guest list and quickly finds that he's not invited. For revenge, Beaver decides to
sabotage Wally's party with a variety of gags that he bought at a magic shop.

210. The Mustache


First aired: 1/3/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Cheryl Holdridge (Julie Foster) , Robert Koff (Wayne Gregory), Clark
Howat (Mr. Barnes), Brenda Fraley (Girl #1), Karen Lawrence (Girl #2)
Global rating: 9.0

Wally's on-again off-again girlfriend, Julie Foster seems to have thrown him over for a
new guy in school who just happens to have a mustache. Wally's ego is bruised when
Eddie tells him that Julie thinks he's naive and immature. This is the last straw and
Wally decides to grow a mustache, much to the dismay of his family.

211. Wally Buys a Car


First aired: 1/10/1963
Writer: Wilton Schiller
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Jess Kirkpatrick (Car Lot Owner) , Ed
Peck (Salesman), Bobby Hyatt (Frank), Kathleen O'Malley (Woman)
Global rating: 9.0

A friend has a car for sale and Wally is interested, however, Ward and June are, as
usual, hesitant about the whole thing. Ward decides to give in to Wally and allow him to
buy the used car, with the condition that he inspect it first. Ward quickly finds problems
with the car and he helps Wally look elsewhere giving Wally tips on the process of used
car shopping.

212. The Parking Attendants


First aired: 1/17/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford) , Dick Simmons (Mr. Langley),
Margaret Stewart (Mrs. Rutherford), Kim Hamilton (Maid)
Global rating: 7.7

The social event of the season, according to Fred Rutherford, is big party that a wealthy
family is throwing and he rubs it in due to the fact that June and Ward didn't get an
invitation. However, Wally and Eddie will be there after they get jobs parking the guest's
cars. However, trouble ensues when Eddie parks Fred's car in a no parking spot and the
car gets towed away by the city.

213. More Blessed to Give


First aired: 1/24/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Paul
Langton (Mr. Yeager), Chrystine Jordan (Donna Yeager), Ann Staunton (Mrs.
Yeager), Buddy Lewis (Pitchman), Ben Bryant (Assistant), George Cisar (Postman)
Global rating: 9.4

Beaver and Gilbert go to a carnival and Beaver surprisingly wins a fourteen caret gold
locket in one of the carnival games. Beaver thinks about giving it to June but thanks to
Gilbert, Beaver decides to give it to a girl whom he has a crush on. However, soon it
becomes apparant that this was a mistake when the girl's parents discover Beaver's gift.

214. Beaver's Good Deed


First aired: 1/31/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Frank Ferguson (Jeff)
Global rating: 4.6

Beaver seems to be on a selfish streak after backing out of a babysitting and later not
wanting to do a simple favor for Wally. Ward gives Beaver a stern lecture and soon
takes Ward's advice when a tramp comes to the door wanting some kindness. Howver,
the tramp quickly takes advantage and helps himself to more than a glass of water.

215. The Credit Card


First aired: 2/7/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, George Petrie (George Haskell), Anne Barton (Agnes Haskell), Harp McGuire (The
Attendant)
Global rating: 9.1
216. Beaver the Caddy
First aired: 2/14/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Dick Simmons (Mr. Langley), John
Gallaudet (Arthur Howard), Dorothy Abbott (Secretary), Ralph Montgomery (Caddy
Master)
Global rating: 6.8

Beaver has gotten a job as a caddy and is quickly running around the golf course
chasing balls. However, all innocence is broken when one of the guys, Beaver is
caddying for cheats in order to win a bet. Soon, Beaver begins wrestling with his
conscience over whether or not to tell anyone.

217. Beaver on TV
First aired: 2/21/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford), Doris
Packer (Mrs. Rayburn) , Jack Smith (Director), John Jacobs (Moderator), Marian
Collier (Girl in the TV Station), Kevin Jones (Boy #1), Brad Berwick (Boy #2), Carol
Faylen (Girl #1), Patty Gerrity (Girl #2), Barbara Jean Hunter (Janet), Larry Adare
(Phillip)
Global rating: 6.9

Beaver comes home with the news that he applied to appear on a local television show
called Teen Forum and he has been accepted. Beaver gets out of classes for the taping
and all his classmates are treated to being able to watch him on TV during class.
However, what Beaver, his friends and family don't know is that the show tapes each
episode a week in advance.

218. Box Office Attraction


First aired: 2/28/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Diane
Sayer (Marlene Holmes), Dennis Richards (Young Man), A.G. Vitanza (Bartender)
Global rating: 3.7

June and Ward have noticed the Wally has been spending quite a bit of his time at the
movie theater but it's not to see the movies. He's been eyeing the pretty young lady who
works in the box office. Thanks to Eddie, Wally works up enough courage to ask her out
but quickly sees another side to the young lady that is a bit too mature for Wally's taste.

219. Lumpy's Scholarship


First aired: 3/7/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford), Ken Osmond (Eddie
Haskell), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford) , Anna Capri (Cinda), Dana Dillaway
(Sally), Nino Candido (Buzz), Dennis Pepper (Denny)
Global rating: 9.1

Wally is let down when he learns that he didn't get the sports scholarship from State
University. However, he does learn that Lumpy did get one and this leads him to throw a
party in Lumpy's honor. However, half way through the party, Fred calls with some
unfortunate news for Lumpy, the scholarship is no longer available due to Lumpy's
grades.

220. The Silent Treatment


First aired: 3/14/1963
Writer: Theodore Ferro, Mathilda Ferro
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)
Global rating: 5.1

Beaver is all set to go with Eddie and Wally to hook up a AM/FM car radio in Eddie's car
but June stops him and insists he go to the grocery store to pick up the items he had
promised. This leads Beaver to give June the cold shoulder treatment while playing up
to Ward.

221. Uncle Billy's Visit


First aired: 3/21/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Edgar Buchanan (Uncle Billy), Kevin
Jones (Alan), William Woodson (Mr. Gaines), Martin Dean (Usher)
Global rating: 7.3

June and Ward go away for a couple of days and leave Uncle Billy to stay with Wally
and Beaver. Beaver quickly realizes Billy runs a much looser ship than Ward and June
and feels as if he can get away with more things. However, he's soon in for a rude
awakening when he helps Gilbert sneak into the movies.

222. Beaver's Prep School


First aired: 3/28/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Madge Kennedy (Aunt Martha), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Stanley
Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Kim Charney (Terry), Patty Gerrity (Girl #1), Carol Faylen
(Girl #2), Larry Adare (Alan), Henry Hunter (Mr. Thomas)
Global rating: 7.7

June and Ward are excited when they learn that Aunt Martha has made arrangements
to send Beaver to a prep school in New England. However, Beaver quickly realizes he
will miss his friends as they are all entering Mayfield High School next year. This puts
Beaver in a delicate position, how to tell Aunt Martha he doesn't want to go without
hurting her feelings.

223. Wally and the Fraternity


First aired: 4/4/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Don Voyne (Ted), Jeff Parker (Chuck),
Randy Herron (Barry)
Global rating: 9.0

Wally has his mind pretty much made up about going to Ward's alma mater, State
University and he's even considering joining Ward's old fraternity. However, both Eddie
and Wally think twice when they hear from a college student that that's the worst
fraternity on campus, but Ward has already sent out his letter of recommendation for
both of them.

224. Eddie's Sweater


First aired: 4/11/1963
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Cheryl Holdridge (Julie Foster) , Anna Capri (Cindy Andrews)
Global rating: 8.9

Eddie has been seeing one particular girl, Cindy Andrews and she wants to give Eddie a
birthday gift, so she decides to knit a sweater. She uses Wally as a model and he
begins spending so much time at Cindy's he arrouses the suspicions of Julie, Eddie,
Lumpy, Beaver and his parents.

225. The Book Report


First aired: 4/18/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn) , Carol
Faylen (Janet), Fletcher Allen (Man)
Global rating: 8.7

Beaver has been assigned to write a book report on The Three Musketeers. However
he's waited right down to the wire to get reading and quickly realizes that he'll never get
finished. So, he decides to watch the movie that's going to be on TV and write his book
report based on the movie.

226. The Poor Loser


First aired: 4/25/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates) , Vince Williams (Radio Announcer)
Global rating: 7.3

Ward is given two tickets to a baseball game and is faced with an impossible decision.
Should he take Wally or Beaver? Beaver lets him off the hook when he announces he
has plans with Gilbert. However, when they fall through, Beaver changes his mind about
the game and becomes convinced because he's the youngest he gets the short stick.

227. Don Juan Beaver


First aired: 5/2/1963
Writer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Stanley
Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Charla Doherty (Melinda Neilson), Veronica Cartwright
(Peggy MacIntosh)
Global rating: 8.8

A school dance has Beaver with a major dilemma. He has two girls who ask him to go
with them. However, he has a little problem, he accepted the first invitation but now
wants out of it when he's asked by the second girl. This leads him to take some of
Eddie's poor advice.

228. Summer in Alaska


First aired: 5/9/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , George Petrie (George Haskell), Anne
Barton (Agnes Haskell), Harry Harvey, Sr. (Captain Drake)
Global rating: 3.6

Eddie is happy to break the news that he plans to spend his summer on a fishing boat in
Alaska and this prompts Wally and Lumpy to think about signing up to do the same
thing. However, they all get a dose of reality when they discover just what kind of
conditions they would be living in.

229. Beaver's Graduation


First aired: 5/16/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn), Ken
Osmond (Eddie Haskell) , Dorothy Abbott (Miss Walker)
Global rating: 8.8

It's come down to the final week before junior high school graduation and Beaver is
having a ball and even skips a class with Gilbert. However, Beaver becomes convinced
he won't graduate after Gilbert and him take a peek at the diplomas on Mrs. Rayburn's
desk and find Beaver's diploma to be missing.

230. Wally's Practical Joke


First aired: 5/23/1963
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy"
Rutherford), Richard Deacon (Fred Rutherford) , Kathleen O'Malley (Mrs. Halloran)
Global rating: 9.0

Wally and Eddie fall prey to Lumpy's practical joking after he plants cherry bombs under
the hoods of Eddie's car and Wally's car. Both Eddie and Wally want to get him back but
their plan goes awry when they destroy Lumpy's car after chaining it to a tree. All fingers
point to Wally after Fred finds that the chain has Ward's name printed on it.

231. The All-Night Party


First aired: 5/30/1963
Writer: Dick Conway, Roland MacLane
Director: David Butler
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Frank Bank (Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford)
, Carole Wells (Kathy Gregory), Herbert Rudley (Mr. Gregory), Marjorie Reynolds
(Mrs. Gregory), Pat Morrow (Girl #1), Judie Short (Sue), Frank Sully (Drunk), Mary
Benoit (Woman)
Global rating: 6.2

After graduation, an all-night party is set to begin, which has June and Ward very wary.
They aren't sure if they should allow Wally to attend. Meanwhile, Wally's date for the
party has the same problem. This leads her to invite Wally to meet her folks and put
their worries to rest.

232. Beaver Sees America


First aired: 6/6/1963
Writer: Katherine Eunson, Dale Eunson, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Stephen Talbot (Gilbert Bates), Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Stanley
Fafara (Whitey Whitney) , Lori Martin (Mary Margaret)
Global rating: 6.8

Beaver has the chance to travel around the country for six weeks during the summer
and he's all excited about it. However, he quickly realizes when he's gone Gilbert will go
after the girl Beaver has a crush on, Mary Margaret. But he quickly realizes, there's
more to life than Mary Margaret.

233. The Clothing Drive


First aired: 6/13/1963
Writer: Allan Manings
Director: Charles F. Haas
Guest star: Doris Packer (Mrs. Rayburn) , Ed Prentiss (Mr. Bailey), Tim Matheson
(Michael Harmon), Johnny Yount (Chuck)
Global rating: 6.0

Beaver's school is having a clothing drive and who ever brings in the most clothes is
awarded 1000 school points. June, Ward and Wally round up all the old clothes they
can find and put them in a box and right next to the box are three good suits of Ward's
that are to be cleaned and of course Beaver mistakes them as items for the clothing
drive. This leaves Ward with the task of asking for the suits back.

234. Family Scrapbook


First aired: 6/20/1963
Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Director: Hugh Beaumont
Guest star: Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), Sue Randall (Miss Alice Landers), Madge
Blake (Mrs. Mondello), Rusty Stevens (Larry Mondello), Pamela Baird (Mary Ellen
Rogers)
Global rating: 5.2

While cleaning, June runs across an old family scrapbook and gathers the family
together to reminisce about the past six years. The Cleavers remember scenes from
previous episodes including: Beaver Gets 'Spelled, New Neighbors, My Brother's Girl,
The Shave, Beaver Runs Away, Larry Hides Out, Teacher Comes to Dinner, and
Wally's Election.