Bud is faced with a decision of joining his class in a revolt against an unpopular teacher.
Betty's payment for helping a football player with his academics--he's to be her escort to a big dance.
Margaret decides to rent out a house which she just inherited.
Bud is put in charge of planning the school picnic of his high school class.
The Andersons try to help out their gardener when he has to appear in court.
Margaret decides to tak a college English course and finds herself sharing the class with daughter Betty.
Bud gets himself suspended from a big football game because he stayed up too late.
Kathy enters an essay contest which is to be judged by noted actress Greer Garson.
Margaret talks Jim into teaching her how to drive a motor vehicle.
After Bud criticizes their methods of raising Kathy, Jim and Margaret give him the honor of rearing his younger sister.
Betty's nightmare about a contest suddenly begins coming true.
Kathy finds a horseshoe and wishes for a pony for herself. Amazingly, the wish appears to come true.
A girl at school mistakenly believes that Bud is going into the Army so she decides to throw him a going away party.
At summer camp Kathy rebels against her counselor--big sister Betty.
Bud buys a set of bongo drums in order to impress his new galpal and proceeds to drive the rest of the family crazy.
Jim's dilemma--an important business meeting is scheduled to be held at the same time as Kathy's recital at a PTA meeting.
Betty finds herself with two dates on the same night and works out a plan to keep them both.
Convinced he has psychic abilities, Bud practices being a mind reader and nearly drives everyone crazy.
Margaret keeps helping out a furniture makes and his wife so much that it takes time away from her own family.
A neighbor accuses Bud of causing damage to his property.
Betty tries to spruce up sloppy Bud when she learns that some important individuals will be visiting the Anderson home.
Cousin Millie arrives for a visit with the Andersons and a tour of the college.
Bud believes that Jim has become a henpecked hubby.
Betty tries to help an old man facing eviction by Jim's company.
Bud develops a crush on an older woman who happens to be married.
Betty causes all sorts of problems when she hides a pair of skates for a friend.
A dog show's up on the Andersons' doorstep and then refuses to leave.
Margaret decides to win herself a medal to put in a trophy case which Jim is building.
Jim is constantly interrupted by his children when he sets out to complete several important office tasks.
Bud decides to quit school after meeting a successful businessman who did the same thing.
Much to his surprise, Bud gets chosen as most popular male at his high school.
A man's hedge blocks the view on a road so Betty tries to get him to remove it.