Ed and Wilbur are in danger when they discover that a spy ring is operating in the area.
To help Wilbur win a new job, Ed teaches him an appreciaton of "go-go" music.
Once again, Ed and Wilbur battle spies who discover that they have given a top secret radio to the government. They get kidnapped by the baddies but the palomino figures out a way to escape.
Ed writes his memoirs mostly about his love life and when Carol reads them she decides to have them published. This makes our palomino angry and he runs away to a wax museum.
Ed and Wilbur once again get involved with spies when government intelligence asks Wilbur to discover who has been stealing papers from their offices.
Ed wins a color television set by answering a tough question about chess on a radio quiz.
Carol's father gives Wilbur a bearskin rug. He hates it but decides to keep it so as not to anger his father-in-law. Ed, who doesn't like the rug either, decides to get rid of it anyhow.
Wilbur buys a motorcycle for transportation when Ed insists that his master only ride him bareback.
After Ed discovers that he's part Native American, he refuses to have anything to do with a newly purchased parrot that is reputedly a descendant of one of General Custer's pets.
Ed decides to enroll in college so that he can become a doctor.