Alan Brady is upset now that Laura has let out his secret on a nation wide TV game show, that Alan wears a toupee.
Rob plans to spend his vacation time writing a novel, but gets a case of writer's block.
Rob believes he has seen a flying saucer while alone in his office and thinks he has tracked it down, just above his office.
Rob is left in charge of an ugly dog which he is suppose to write a skit for. But after the bit is left out of the show, Rob is left with the dog to bring home with him.
Rob tells the story of a time when he and Laura were dating and how he almost lost her in a raffle to a man named Clark Rice.
Rob goes on a treasure hunt after finding an old home movie in which his uncle Hezekiah mentions that there may be a family fortune hidden somewhere.
The Petrie's maid Maria, suggests that bullfighter Manuel Luis Rodriguez, ask Rob for a job as a handyman. But it quick to see that Manuel hasn't a clue of how to do the job.
Rob recalls his glory days as the middle weight boxing champion in the Army camp.
Laura is inspired to write a children's story to go with the pictures she sees at the Butcher Shop. But after Rob questions her about being able to finish what she started, the gauntlet has been thrown down in a challenge to see who can write the better story.
Rob heads off to a drive in movie after having an argument with Laura, and then is arrested for assaulting an old woman.
Rob's accusations against all his friends after his new expensive watch disappears, has them all angered and offended.
Rob is asked to run for city council after making a speech at a council meeting, but is unsure of whether he wants the job.
Rob wants to back out of the race for city council after meeting his opponent in which he believes is better suited for the job.
Mel takes Rob's advice and stands up to Alan Brady after he is chastised for not telling Alan about a change in the script. But the meeting does not go so well when Mel gets fired.
Rob and Laura recall the time they spent in Mexico and how they almost filed for a $10 divorce.
Sally and Rob are in search of what secret Buddy is hiding. They come to the conclusion that he is either having an affair or seeing a psychiatrist. Fact is he has been preparing for his Bar Mitzvah he never had as a boy.
Rob and Laura head to Albany to attend a wedding. Alan had asked Rob to watch a fashion show to get an idea for a sketch, causing him to scurry to find a television set in time to see the show. A mix up has Rob rushing to the church and dressed in a fur collared tuxedo.
Rob applies for a job working with a annoying ventriloquist and his puppet of a obnoxious snail, after discovering that Alan plans on cutting down his writing staff.
A script containing insults towards Alan Brady accidentally gets delivered to his office. The gang decide they must break in and get the script back before Alan sees it and they are fired. Once inside they are informed that the script has been sent to Alan's home.
The government wants to use the Petrie's home as a surveillance outpost to spy on their neighbor's home.
Rob becomes the world's worst actor when he is given a role in a low budget movie, featuring an Italian bombshell actress.
Millie becomes insanely jealous when the Petrie's spend time with their new neighbors, the Stagg's.
Rob an Jerry decide to go on a fishing trip, leaving Laura and Millie alone in their homes. Being Laura's first night by herself, she begins to hear all sorts of noises and calls Millie over to spend the evening.
Rob recalls the events from his life as he wrote in his autobiography, causing Alan Brady to purchase the rights to use as a premise for a TV series.