A boy's religious beliefs interfere with basketball.
An eccentric man wants to give Chet a $2,000 donation.
Chet's imagination wreaks havoc with his love life.
Chet joins the fight to save a threatened tree.
Chet soon regrets taking his cousin to the barber.
Chet matches wits with a student who wants to be a spy.
Chet is accidentally hypnotized instead of his friend.
Chet finds it difficult to communicate with his father.
Chet's TV fails just before the big game.
Chet becomes involved with a down-on-his-luck magician.
An immigrant asks Chet's help to gain citizenship.
Chet arbitrates a student-faculty dispute.
Chet is nominated for Teacher of the Year.
Chet's help for a poet backfires.
A repossessor (Don Knotts) seeks Chet's television.
Chet is faced with delivering a baby.
Chet volunteers to take seven boys on a camping trip.
Chet asks an artist friend to help a promising student.
Chet tries to convince a teenage runaway to go home.
Chet inherits a letter supposedly sent by Abraham Lincoln.
Chet meets a lonely, elderly neighbor in the market.
Chet tries to teach a girl about sensible expectations.
Hospitalized Chet has trouble locating a doctor.
Chet's marital advice costs him a real-estate deal.
The football team convinces Chet to buy a movie camera.
Chet's school-paper interview uncovers bad memories.
The basketball team's bad language brings complaints.
Chet is nervous when a high-school foe comes to visit.
Chet must demonstrate how to lose gracefully.
Chet gets lucky when he agrees to a blind date.
Chet takes over a driver-education class.
A spurned busboy (Wally Cox) asks Chet's advice.
Chet is accused of breaking a chewing-gum machine.
Chet agrees to counsel a boy arrested for shoplifting.
Chet tries to stop his aunt and uncle's bickering.
Chet becomes stuck in an elevator.
Chaperon Chet must drive his date in a garbage truck.
Relatives offer remedies for Chet's bad cold.
Chet hires a reluctant community-center Santa Claus.
Chet is cast in a breakfast-cereal commercial.
Reluctant Chet delivers papers for his ailing nephew.
Chet's brother and father arrive on his doorstep.
Chet forgets a baby-sitting job when he makes a date.
A football player's father applies pressure on Chet.
A good student falters when his girl falls for Chet.
Overconfident Chet substitutes for an algebra teacher.
Chet navigates a red-tape sea to get a valve needle.
A lonely, withdrawn child stays temporarily with Chet.
Chet is accused of prejudice against short people.
A barking dog robs sleep from fitness-consultant Chet.
Chet gets in trouble by answering a ringing pay phone.