Monica's hitchhiking brings a group of bikers to the garage with their leader, Chongo.
Ed tries to collect on two insurance policies to invest in a new invention with Louie.
Ed is accused of being a peeping Tom.
Ed and Raul rescue Monica from her seedy job.
When Della's son Tony arrives with a baby, he plans to borrow money to promote a big deal and leave the child with Della.
Ed becomes worried when the president is supposedly going to visit the garage.
With four other girls, Monica opens a car wash in Ed's garage.
Young Monica comes to live at the garage.
Charo's fiance, Antonio, comes to the United States to marry her.
When Raul runs away, Ed goes searching for him in Mexico to bring him home.
Raul runs away to Mexico when he finds out there was a Chico before him.
Aunt Charo becomes an American citizen.
Ed, Della and Louie sponsor a basketball team so that Raul can be on it.
Everyone shows up at the garage when Raul writes in a class composition that Ed fixes cars for free if you're poor.
When Raul spends a lot of time with Charo, Ed becomes jealous and competes with her in a nightclub.
Aunt Charo arrives from Spain to claim Raul.
During a holiday dinner, Della gets smashed and Ed proposes to her.
Ed lectures Raul about privacy, then is caught snooping.
Ed gives Raul his bed with $700 stuffed in the mattress only to find that Raul has traded it in.
Ed's application for foster parenthood is in jeopardy when he cannot get a third letter of reference.
Ed must make a decision about Raul's future when a social worker arrives at the garage.
Ed discovers that Raul is an orphan while making arrangements for his return home.
Ed and Louie unwittingly transport Raul, an 11-year-old Mexican boy, across the border.
While Ed is away, Uncle Sonny visits the garage and creates havoc when he throws an all-girl party.
Louie decides to go into business for himself when the city retires him from his garbage route.
Ed sells a rooster he won in a poker game only to find out that it was a fighting cock.
In order to convince Ed to attend his own birthday party, Chico has an old friend impersonate God.
When Della needs an escort to a dance, she ends up being escorted by Rosey Grier.
Ed breaks up with Peggy when he learns that their meeting was set up.
Chico's long-believed dead father appears and offers him a wealthy life.
Chico declines an offer to become a professional boxer, much to Ed's relief.
Ed causes such a ruckus when he is elected president of the Better Barrio Business Bureau that the members impeach him.
Ed donates one of Margaret's dresses to a charity sale and a female impersonator buys it.
Left alone on New Year's Eve, Ed spends the evening with Kissy Face, a CBer.
Della and Chico convince Ed to hire a senior citizen in the garage.
Ed is overjoyed when Anita accuses him of being the father of her unborn child.
When Chico proposes marriage to Nancy, an old high school classmate, he is rejected.
When Ed refuses to file his income tax, Chico and Louie fill out a form for him and forge his signature.
While recuperating, Ed hires a practical nurse with only marriage on her mind.
Ed refuses to have a necessary operation when his lucky old hat is stolen.
When she saves Ed's life, Chico's new girlfriend changes her mind about quitting nursing.
When Chico wants his own apartment, he decides to turn the old storeroom into one.
Della, Ed's new landlady, feels sorry for him when he gives up the eviction fight and renews his lease.
Ed is faced with eviction when he quarrels with Della, his liberated new landlady.
When Ed is offered a free face-lift, he almost breaks up Chico's romance with Liz and his own with Flora.
Every crook in town shows up for a handout when Ed gives a would-be criminal some money to get him back on his feet.
Ed and Chico try to convince Aunt Connie not to invest all her money with a fortune hunter she met in Europe.
His blind cousin Pepe tries to steal Chico's girlfriend from him.
Ed borrows from his life insurance policy to enable Chico to pursue his education and start a new life.
Chico falls in love with a girl who won't even look at him because he reminds her of her ex-fiance.
When Chico gives a guest sermon, Reverend Bemis' flock decides they want Chico instead of him.
Under Chico's post-hypnotic suggestion, Ed proposes marriage to Flora.
Chico tries to talk Ed into retiring until Ed's nightmare convinces him not to.
While on jury duty, Chico gets in trouble when Ed tries to convince him that the defendant is innocent.
When they try to market Ed's invention, he and Chico are swindled out of $500.
Chico joins the mechanics' union and is asked to picket Ed's garage.
Ed becomes so taken by a silent screen star that he disrupts her life as well as Chico's and his own.
Chico prevents the bank from foreclosing Ed's mortgage by resorting to the barter system.
A Japanese businessman shows up at the garage and claims that Ed is his father.
When Chico falls in love with a girl, Ed decides to cool the romance.
Chico moves out of the van and in with Ed.
When Ed begins living in the past, Chico takes it upon himself to bring his boss back to the present.
Chico and Ed bolster a Gypsy's self-esteem.
Ed falls in love with Chico's aunt who offers to take him on a trip around the world.
Chico saves the garage from demolition.
Ed and Chico have a difference of opinion when they contribute his alley wall to an art contest.
When another Ed Brown dies, Ed becomes despondent because no one has gone to his funeral.
Louie becomes a pest in Ed's garage when he retires, almost breaking up their friendship.
Ed suspects that Chico is up to no good when he discovers him with more money than he can account for.
Chico and Mabel try to convince Ed to see a doctor for his sore shoulder.
When Sammy Davis Jr. stops in at the garage to have his car fixed, Chico and Ed drive him crazy.
Chico plays matchmaker to Ed and the new neighbor.
When a girl refuses Chico's proposal because she will only marry a rich man, Ed helps him rebuild his self-esteem.
Ed finds himself covering up for an old friend and the wife turns to Ed for comfort.
Because Ed refuses to acknowledge his need for glasses, when he sees an accident involving a friend, his testimony is questioned.
Forced to clean up the garage or be fined by the city, Ed and Chico hold a garage sale.
Chico reunites Ed with an old friend-turned-enemy.
When a friend passes away from natural causes, Ed believes that his time is near.
Chico is torn between an old promise and his desire to stay with Ed.
A young pregnant girl enters Ed's garage and goes into labor.
Chico and Ed apply for business loans under the GI Bill but they are turned down.
Ed over-reacts when he discovers Chico and his girlfriend in Chico's van.
In need of instant cash, Louie gives Ed and Chico his car so that they can sell it for him.
Chico convinces Ed to get a loan so that they can expand their business.
Ed receives an invitation to his old Army battalion reunion, but is embarrassed to attend.
Ed fears that his auto mechanic days are over when he is unable to repair a new foreign sports car.
Ed has second thoughts about employing Chico.