Betty and her boyfriend are discussing the possibility of getting married but Jim and Margaret make her see that matrimony may not be as romantic as she thinks.
Bud wonders what's going on when Betty suddenly starts being extra nice to him.
Kathy gets herself a boyfriend but he seems to be more interested in Jim than her.
Bud prepares to escort his school's homecoming queen.
When Betty begins wondering about her new beau's family, he tells her they are entertainers.
Jim decides to teach the Anderson children a lesson to always plan ahead.
Betty talks her parents into going through another marriage ceremony for their anniversary.
A friend gives Bud his car to watch over.
Betty wins a role in a play about the founding of Springfield.
An Indian student from Betty's college spends the weekend with the Andersons.
Jim and Margaret worry that Bud is turning into a snob when he begins hanging with an elite clique.
Margaret wins a car in a raffle and uses it to help out an orphanage.
Things don't exactly work out as planned when Jim attempts to get family members to expand their horizons.
While putting up their Christmas tree, the Anderson family recalls how they acquired it.
As part of a school assignment, Bud must do a good deed. The experience turns him into a cynic.
The Anderson children all forget Jim's birthday.
Bud wants to buy Margaret a bottle of expensive perfume for her birthday but ends up getting himself into trouble yet again.
A visitor to the Anderson home begins taking advantage of the family.
Bud finds himself blacklisted by the girls at his school.
Bud tries to save Betty after she makes a date with a notorious campus hound.
Betty gets overconfident of winning the lead in her junior class college basketball because she got it the year before.
Bud must choose between two girls to take to his prom.
An author on African culture is the latest visitor to the Anderson home.
Betty finds romance in her college art class.
Jim's dreams amazingly begin coming true.
Bud tries to impress his wealthy galpal by taking her to a fancy restaurant.
Flashback to an earlier episode about Jim building a playhouse for Kathy.
Bud writes an ucomplimentary article about a professor for his school newspaper.
Another flashback episode about Bud going out and trying to make good on his own.
The Andersons decide to act out a detective story themselves when their television set goes on the fritz.
Margaret tries to get Jim to take her dancing.
Bud comes to the conclusion that the only good tradition is no tradition at all.