Kelly and Ginger move into an apartment with a friend.
Peter believes that a hospital is a good place until he has to enter one.
Warren threatens to ruin his father financially.
The judge's prized golf ball disappears.
Bentley takes a vacation from the office.
Bentley and Peter find their true loves.
Bentley gives Kelly advice on flattery.
Blossom deplores Peter's lack of status.
Kelly cooks for Warren's parents.
Bentley fears Kelly's fiance is using her to get a job.
Bentley and Kelly attempt to convert a tomboy.
Kelly arranges for two young lovers to meet.
Bentley finds a cat worth $1 million.
Bentley and the Bergens switch housekeepers.
Bentley takes the girls camping.
The Internal Revenue Service calls upon Bentley.
Jasper becomes an animal actor.
Two women fight for Bentley's attention.
Kelly finds a new romance at Yellowstone National Park.
A woman who can cook wins Bentley's heart.
Kelly throws a party for Blossom.
Bentley hires a penny pincher to teach Peter.
Howard starts a fencing team.
Peter invests in a gold mine.
Kelly buys a nomination for class vice-president.
Howard studies to be a ventriloquist.
Bentley pushes Kelly to become a lawyer.
Altruist Bentley forgoes family Christmas presents.
Howard writes a song.
Peter joins a housecleaners society.
An astrologer turns everyone's life upside down.
A traditional arranged marriage disrupts Bentley's household.
Bentley tries to quash rumors that a house is haunted.
Kelly and Howard start a catering business.
Kelly's school is being whitewashed by their competitors.
Free-thinkers challenge Kelly's intellect.
Kelly and Ginger join separate sororities.
Peter must pass an English exam to stay with his class.
Bentley takes over all preparations for Kelly's graduation.
The gang begins dieting and exercising.
Bentley refuses to buy a barbecue grill.
Bentley displays several reasons why you should not lie.
Kelly gets a job as a model.
Everyone wants favors to help the other person out.
Peter wants to have a more noticeable personality.
Kelly's sudden interest in swimming prompts Bentley to build a pool.
Neighborhood fathers are up in arms over Kelly's charge account.
Bentley attempts to unite Hilda and the love of her life, Gustav.
The Greggs institute a penalty for loss of temper.
Bentley sets out to prove there is a rare bird nearby.
One boy is determined to stand up against the odds and keep the coach.
Peter sets up Bentley to meet his night school teacher.
Howard cannot bear to tell Kelly that he is 4F.
Peter adopts a young girl illegally.
Howard is tired of tutoring a basketball player and getting bullied.
Kelly and Howard become salmon advertisers.
Bentley and gang have become 'travel bores.'
The Greggs succumb to Parisian romance.
The gang tries to keep their rendez-vous secret from one another.
Bentley and gang stay at an estate in London.
Bentley discovers how money can persuade anyone.
Peter is uncertain of where he was born.
A woodpecker keeps Bentley awake all night.
Cousin Charlie cons Peter.
Romantic attractions are kept secret so not to hurt friends.
Peter's humming inspires the theme song for a new science-fiction program.
Bentley takes over Kelly's advice column.
Bentley introduces Kelly and friends to the stock market.
Bentley decides to tighten the family budget.
Bentley and friends try to teach Kelly a lesson.
Bentley is disturbed by girls pursuing guys.
Bentley joins the election board.
Bentley hires an overbearing housekeeper.
Excused from jury duty, Peter becomes a witness.
A schoolgirl's crush threatens Bentley's concentration.
Kelly is being blamed for a car accident.
Peter and Bentley vent their anger toward one another.
Kelly picks the wrong time to ask for driving lessons.
After his beloved Jasper dies, Bentley refuses to have another dog.
Kelly's surprise-party plans for Bentley's birthday go awry.
The lights go out during the reading of Elias Crabtree's will.
Kelly falls for a free spirit who lives in a beach shack.
Heavy-handed attempts to boost Peter's morale backfire.
Frank decides to create an aura of heroism for Bentley.
A singer wants Bentley's attention in return for her testimony.
Bentley's attempts to help a new travel agency backfire.
An efficient beauty reorganizes the Gregg household.
Kelly goes back to work in Uncle Bentley's office.
Kelly enrolls in acting school, to Bentley's chagrin.
Everyone prematurely gives up favorite things during renovations.
Apprentice Kelly helps Bentley with a plagiarism case.
Kelly, 15, lets a scholar think she is a coed.
Peter goes into the fortune-cookie business after Bentley refuses him a raise.
Bentley takes Kelly on a father-son fishing trip.
Bentley models for a statue of Civic Virtue and misses a planning committee meeting.
Bentley intervenes with inattentive parents for Kelly's troubled classmate.
Kelly wants to be a blonde.
Cousin Charlie sets Peter up with a matchmaker.
Bentley brings in a supercool saxophonist for Kelly's combo.
Gardener Bentley contends with a gopher.
Kelly runs for student council president against the daughter of Bentley's golf rival.
Bentley gets an attractive offer from a Washington law firm.
Kelly says that someone in her high school class is getting married.
Bentley's secretary develops a ravenous appetite.
A young woman thinks Bentley should live a more purposeful life.
Bentley directs Peter as John Alden in the class Thanksgiving play.
Bentley refuses to let Kelly have a house key.
A notorious animal-hater wants Rufus, a lovable dog, destroyed.
Kelly is too impressed by her new boyfriend's wealth.
A houseguest takes things he likes and leaves items he considers of equal value in exchange.
TV star Rock Randall wants Peter for his cook; Peter wants a television.
Kelly decides to change Howard into the likeness of Bentley.
Con-artist Kelly has one too many dates for her party.
Bentley, Kelly and Peter visit Gisele MacKenzie on a movie set.
Unruly Jasper makes trouble with a pretty neighbor.
Bentley gives Peter lessons in romance.
Bentley's new firm approach doesn't work.
Bentley is judge in a beauty contest.
Bentley sublets the house, then has to get rid of his tenants.
Kelly's biker boyfriend is not so bad.
Bentley tries to impress a woman athlete.
Aunt Caroline is not the motherly type Bentley remembers.
Bentley is little help at Kelly's school carnival.
Bentley turns studious Howard into a teen idol.
Popular Kelly wants her own phone.
Bentley's overzealous parenting backfires.
Bentley helps his indecisive family make all wrong choices.
Bentley's false frugality costs him a client.
Peter has an auto mishap with Bentley's client.
Bentley stages a fight to discourage Kelly's crush.
Bentley's wealthy clients fix him up with their niece.
The household suffers from Peter's academic enthusiasm.
Jealous Kelly pities then befriends her rival.
Bentley and Peter feel guilty about kenneling Jasper.
A pretty school-play director is unimpressed by Bentley.
Sending Kelly to finishing school is a bad idea.
Bentley's new neighbor is a matchmaker.
Parents as well as children like the relaxed Gregg home.
With Bentley's coaching, shy Howard attracts Kelly.
The whole household falls in love, then out.
Kelly plans a surprise dinner party.
Kelly's first date is no fun for her or Bentley.
Kelly and Ginger play Cupid with Bentley and Mrs. Farrell.
Bentley feigns domesticity to a social worker.
Bentley loans out Peter but suffers for it.
Kelly's date admires Bentley's Don Juan image.
Bentley tries to make Kelly spend more time at home.
Bentley needlessly worries that Kelly lacks talent.
Bentley insists on chaperoning baby-sitter Kelly.
Bentley cajoles a rocker into coming to Kelly's party.
Bentley's efforts to normalize Kelly backfire.
Bentley tries to get Kelly into a girls' club.
Kelly patches up Bentley and his stood-up date.
Kelly abets Bentley's date with a child psychologist.
Bentley woos then discourages Kelly's scout leader.
Bentley's PTA obligations interfere with a date.