The Secret Service investigates Ed.
Monica's hitchhiking brings bikers to the garage.
Ed's insurance scam and investment scheme fail.
Ed is accused of being a peeping Tom.
Ed and Raul rescue Monica from her seedy job.
Della's son Tony and baby move in.
Monica and four girls open a car wash at the garage.
Young Monica comes to live at the garage.
Aunt Charo dislikes her arranged betrothed.
Ed searches for runaway Raul in Mexico.
Jealous Raul runs away to Mexico.
Aunt Charo becomes an American citizen.
Raul fakes an injury so Ed's basketball team can win.
Ed's joke offering free repairs is taken seriously.
Ed competes with Aunt Charo for Raul's attention.
Aunt Charo arrives from Spain to claim Raul.
Ed gets the Christmas spirit and proposes to Della.
Ed lectures Raul about privacy, then is caught snooping.
Raul trades in Ed's old bed, with $700 stuffed in it.
Ed's bid to be Raul's foster father is in jeopardy.
Ed agrees to become Raul's foster father.
Ed learns that Raul is an orphan.
Young illegal alien Raul refuses to leave Ed.
Ed's visiting uncle causes havoc.
Louie turns entrepreneur after being fired.
Ed attends a cock fight to get back a pet rooster.
Ed's friend impersonates God.
Prejudices emerge when Della needs an escort.
Ed resents Della fixing him up with a date.
Chico's rich long-lost father returns.
Ed is glad when Chico decides not to be a boxer.
Ed becomes Business Bureau President, then is impeached.
A female-impersonator buys Ed's late wife's dress.
Ed and a CB operator find romance on New Year's Eve.
Della and Chico persuade Ed to hire an older worker.
Ed is overjoyed when accused of fathering a baby.
Ed grows fond of Chico's girlfriend's child.
Chico forges Ed's tax return, resulting in a refund.
Ed's nurse is exposed as a bigot.
Ed agrees to surgery after his lucky hat is found.
Chico convinces his new girl that nursing is her vocation.
Ed's old storeroom becomes Chico's new home.
Ed's new landlady pities him and renews his lease.
Ed quarrels with his new landlady and faces eviction.
Ed's free face-lift means romantic disaster.
Ed's generosity targets him as an easy mark.
Chico's rich aunt wants to invest in a no-account count.
Chico's blind cousin makes a pass at Liz.
Ed borrows to give Chico a chance for a new life.
Chico reminds a girl of her former fiance.
The Rev. Bemis' congregation prefers Chico.
Hypnotized Ed proposes to Flora.
Ed's nightmare convinces him not to retire.
Ed tries to influence juror Chico's opinion.
Chico and Ed are nearly bilked out of a patent.
New union member Chico must picket Ed's garage.
Star-struck Ed disrupts a former actress's life.
Chico barters to avoid a bank foreclosure.
A Japanese man claims Ed is his father.
Ed cools Chico's new romance.
Chico moves out of the van and in with Ed.
Chico helps Ed realize he is living in the past.
Chico and Ed bolster a Gypsy's self-esteem.
Ed falls for Chico's newly rich aunt.
Chico saves the garage from demolition.
A mimic (Rich Little) reconciles Ed and Chico.
Ed's obituary appears in the newspaper.
Louie's retirement is hard on Ed.
Ed thinks Chico has come by his bankroll illegally.
Ed grudgingly agrees to let a doctor help him.
Ed and Chico are star-struck when they meet Sammy Davis Jr.
Chico plays matchmaker to Ed and the new neighbor.
Chico's girl won't marry him because he's poor.
Unwilling Ed finds himself in a love triangle.
Ed's refusal to wear glasses puts his testimony in doubt.
Chico and Ed hold a sale when the city demands a cleanup.
Chico reunites Ed with an old friend-turned-enemy.
Ed worries about his own demise after a friend dies.
Chico is torn between an old promise and his desire to stay with Ed.
A baby is born at the garage.
Chico and Ed are refused a VA business loan.
Ed overreacts to finding Chico and a girl in the van.
Ed and Chico try to sell Louie's car.
Chico convinces Ed to get an ill-timed loan.
At a reunion, Ed discovers success is not just wealth.
Ed feels inept with modern auto technology.
Ed has second thoughts about employing Chico.