The Andersons decide to take a weekend family drive in the country only to have their car break down.
Bud develops a crush on his attractive French professor.
Betty gets involved with a young lawyer who's posing as the owner of a radio store.
Bud recounts to Kathy about the time he lost a job due to an applicant's faked credentials.
Jim and Margaret recall the people they once dated as they prepare for their college reunion.
The rest of the family tries to feminize tomboy Kathy.
In order to buy a boat, Bud takes a job pumping gas at a service station.
Jim and Kathy both feel like their friends doublecrossed them.
Betty wins a lookalike contest due to her close resemblance to an actress. The prize is a trip to Hollywood.
Betty leads a campaign for safe driving only to have brother Bud accused of reckless driving.
The Andersons are paid a visit by a newspaper reporter who's doing an article on family togetherness.
Betty decides to compete in the previously all-male college fencing tournament.
Betty tries her hand at matchmaking for family gardener Frank and a gal who works in a flower shop.
Jim announces that he has a big surprise for the Anderson clan.
Bud's actions re-affirm an old man's belief in life and lead to an employment opportunity.
Never the sharpest tool in the shed, Bud loses $50 in a phony stock scheme.
When the Andersons receive a $500 check in the mail from a secret admirer, they try to discover the identity of the donor.
In this flashback episode, Kathy recalls the time she mistakenly thought she was an adopted child.
Kathy enters her family in a photo contest.
Needing help in English because he's not the brightest bulb in the box, Bud is assigned an attractive tutor and soon falls for her.
Betty dates a boy whom her galpals regard as a loser.
Betty finds herself competing against (and losing to) a boy in several collegiate contests. Now they're competing against each other for a job.
In order to impress a girl, Bud starts spending money beyond his means.
Betty gets caught up in the middle of a lover's quarrel between two of her friends who plan to marry.
This flashback episode recalls Betty and her reluctance to graduate from high school.