Jeff and his pal want Lesley Gore to record their song.
The Stones' house goes on the market.
A newspaper quiz makes trouble for Alex and Donna.
A friend fails to invite Alex and Donna to a party.
Friends object to the Stones' California vacation plans.
Donna invites her old beau to dinner.
Donna enrolls in a French class.
The Stones meet Willie Mays in San Francisco.
Jeff decides to marry.
Alex and Donna struggle to assemble a stereo for Jeff.
A man on a park bench helps Jeff with his studies.
Jeff's chauvinism inspires a battle of the sexes.
Jeff decides to hold a party at a family friend's camp.
Jeff must enlist two campers to become a counselor.
A critic tells Jeff's band they should make a record.
Two of Donna's friends enter a car rally.
Donna plays matchmaker for her father and Midge's mother.
College proves a shock for a son of Donna's friend.
Donna fights City Hall to save a carob tree.
Donna pursues a secret writing career.
Alex and Jeff oppose a professor's forced retirement.
A local store refuses to give the Stones credit.
Jeff buys a car from his girlfriend's uncle.
Midge and Donna don't know which one won a mink coat.
A girl inspires Jeff to serve on a dance committee.
Alex misinterprets Jeff's search for Donna's wedding ring.
On a date with Jeff, Terry cuts loose at a pizza parlor.
Trisha gets sick and can't go on a planned fishing trip.
The Stones and the Kelseys try to spend a weekend on a boat but have difficulty getting there.
Jeff tries to back out of a date with a girl he doesn't like.
Jeff's friend rescues a dog trapped in an abandoned mine.
Dave's goddaughter visits and Donna plans a dinner.
The animals Alex sees vanish when anyone else comes to look at them.
Donna's trading stamps are cashed in and Donna wants a pressure cooker while Alex wants a putter.
Jeff gets bored with his new gift shop job when there are no customers.
Donna has a car accident and tries to get the car fixed before Alex sees the damage.
Jeff buys an unclaimed valise.
As a school project, Karen manages the Kelsey home.
A painter takes part in the Stones' home life.
Forced to retire, Alex's father enrolls in college.
Midge is upset when a man seems to flirt with Donna.
Jeff and Smitty's new apartment is a madhouse.
Mary discovers Scotty has a girlfriend of his own.
Midge predicts dire happenings for Alex.
Donna runs into trouble with her checking account.
A woman delivers quadruplets in the Stone house.
Alex and Dave try to plan a surprise party for Midge.
Jeff decides to teach Karen how to drive.
Alex accuses Donna of wanting a photo of an old beau.
Jeff is deceived when a con man poses as a prince.
Dave and Midge baby-sit while Alex and Donna are away.
Alex's stock tip turns sour for Dave.
Mary comes home and tries out psychology on the family.
Donna thinks she has accepted a ride from a fugitive.
Jeff's baseball team plays the hospital personnel.
Alex's domineering father comes to visit.
Jeff plans to treat his parents on their anniversary.
The women attempt to learn golf to spite their spouses.
Jeff's baseball prowess brings scholarship offers.
The Stones and Kelseys feel they are together too much.
Dave fears a new book will reveal a college romance.
Donna investigates a word Alex said in his sleep.
The family reminisces before Jeff's graduation.
Alex and Dave scheme to get new golf clubs.
Midge becomes convinced the Stones have money troubles.
Trisha and her friends cooperate to buy Midge a gift.
A remark sparks arguments among the Stones and Kelseys.
Trisha and the family nurse an orphaned fawn.
Donna is told she must take a driving test.
Donna tries to cure Trisha's tomboy impulses.
The Stones recall how the Kelseys met.
Alex and Donna recall one of Jeff's money schemes.
Jeff tries to arrange a gig for his new band.
Donna recalls how Alex behaved with infant Mary.
Jeff takes a job as a girl's paid companion.
Jeff stages a dance on the same night as a big game.
A mystery giver sends a radio set to Jeff.
Donna returns an expensive gown given to her by Alex.
Jeff asks Smitty to fill in on a blind date.
Donna is curious about a letter sent to Alex.
Jeff and his friends enter a horse race to raise money.
Mary's family sees little of her during a visit.
Jeff envisions making a fortune from selling trees.
An Armenian won't give up his farm for an expressway.
Football-hero Jeff winds up in the hospital.
The Stones and Kelseys rent a cabin together.
Jeff is offered a reward after saving a girl's life.
Donna tries to cover a smudged wall before a party.
Donna punishes Jeff for taking advantage of Smitty.
Jeff dumps a girl to take the class beauty to the prom.
Jeff's new bus fails in front of the house.
Two girls want to go to a dance with Jeff.
Jeff tries to get an interview with Don Drysdale.
Jeff almost loses his girlfriend to a college man.
The Stones try to help an uncertain housewife.
The Stones' house is turned upside down by a clumsy handyman.
A naive country boy is smitten with Mary.
Donna believes Trisha is coming down with a cold.
The family secretly follows Mary to a weekend resort.
Donna is trapped in a reclusive widow's house.
Donna proves to Alex's friend (Jim Davis) that women don't have to be pampered.
Lovelorn Jeff falls for Mary's friend (Brooke Bundy).
Mary resents Trisha's effect upon the family.
An 8-year-old orphan follows the Stone family home.
Mary is upset when a boy labels her wholesome.
A mysterious woman asks Donna to buy a Chinese horse.
The house suffers when Donna runs for political office.
A mother makes her daughter's wedding a major event.
Jeff heads to a neighboring city to become a success.
Jeff and Alex decide to collect their overdue debts.
Jeff finds the winning raffle ticket for a new car.
Mary wants to reform a carefree basketball player.
Donna decides to get a new car for a dedicated doctor.
Jeff deceives Alex to get a weekend camping trip.
Mary pushes a shy boy to become a singer.
Donna's friend is willing to pay $50,000 for a worthless piece of land.
Jeff places an ad to find a lost bird's owner.
Emergencies keep Alex away during Father and Son Week.
Mary soon regrets living in the college dorm.
Jeff hopes that glasses will make him appear more sophisticated.
Mary's friend weakens Jeff's no-dating resolve.
Donna fills in for Alex's nurse during her absence.
Jeff is overly nice to college-bound Mary.
Donna becomes convinced Mary is about to elope.
A patient distracts Alex from fatherly duties.
Jeff is asked to umpire a girls' baseball game.
Jeff pedals to earn money for a gift of jewelry.
Smitty and Jeff both date new girls in town.
Donna rents a house-on-wheels for a family vacation.
Donna thinks Alex is taking advantage of a widow.
Jeff persuades Alex to baby-sit Smitty's brother.
Donna thinks she can predict the future.
Mary cancels out because her date has prominent ears.
Alex counsels a father who berates his athlete son.
Alex and Jeff collaborate on building a kart racer.
The story behind a watch inspires Alex to push Jeff.
School-play star Jeff argues with co-star Angie.
The Stones' friends go all out on a new farm.
Donna protests an airline's misleading advertising.
Mary's pals take advantage of Donna and Alex's absence.
Alex is offered office space in a modern building.
Jeff's Explorers Club decides to buy a man a trip.
Donna wants Mary to attend her own alma mater.
Shock causes a girl to become paralyzed.
Jeff tries to match a rich boy's gift to Angie.
A patient pays Alex with a broken-down antique car.
A new boy feigns bad behavior to win acceptance.
A 13-year-old genius visits the Stones.
Mary has dates with both a boy and her father.
Jeff decides to act as his father's agent.
Alex is asked to teach an adolescent-psychology class.
Mary hopes for romance with her French-language tutor.
Jeff decides to become a newspaper-route tycoon.
Jeff refuses to name the boy responsible for a prank.
Donna and Alex try to reunite a troubled couple.
Donna and Alex spend an eventful day in the country.
Jeff becomes friends with the new girl in town.
A huge dog wanders in while Alex is away.
Donna feels ignored; guests John Astin, Cloris Leachman.
Jeff's new beard prompts him to take on responsibility.
The Stones force Jeff to rewrite a composition.
Mary discovers she has dated a star (James Darren).
Mary's new beau involves her in a baby-sitting scheme.
Donna tries to force Alex to shave his new mustache.
Donna tries to persuade Mary to take driving lessons.
An out-of-town guest distracts Mary from her beau.
Jeff tries to avoid going to church-choir practice.
Treasurer Jeff loses the money for a class outing.
Donna learns Alex's friend bribes his wife for favors.
Mary falls for a boy involved in a science project.
Alex's music-box tobacco jar is accidentally broken.
Alex neglects his taxes until the last minute.
Donna thinks Alex should head the board of health.
Mary meets a boy planning to join the Foreign Legion.
Donna and a friend consider going into business.
Alex's aunt visits and meets with an old love.
Donna and Tony Martin protest traffic violations.
Three doctors' wives work for marital togetherness.
A doctor worries his Japanese wife won't be accepted.
Donna proposes a camping trip to placate Jeff.
Mary convinces a theater group to let Donna direct.
The Stones meet celebrities while in Hollywood.
Mary plans to enliven her party with a rock pianist.
No one tells Jeff his impersonations are awful.
Donna writes a letter to the editor about parenting.
Donna and Alex both try to lose weight.
Jeff thinks he caused a friend's motorcycle mishap.
A roommate who stole Donna's beau attends a reunion.
Mary runs into trouble while making her own decisions.
Mary decides to enroll in a new modeling school.
Appendectomy-patient Alex is miserable in the hospital.
The Stones fear their handyman has stolen $20.
The school tells Donna and Alex that Jeff is a genius.
The Stones fret when Mary's date arrives in a jalopy.
Mary thinks an awkward boy is the image of her father.
Mary's wealthy pal visits and makes friends with Jeff.
Jeff agrees to write love letters for a Greek friend.
Dennis the Menace (Jay North) helps Donna redecorate.
Donna meets an old friend she can't remember.
Alex and Donna visit a misrepresented resort.
Jeff's stray cat is found to be a valuable Manx.
Donna tries to impress a woman with her good taste.
A young family friend falls for Mary.
The Stones' friends think Donna and Alex are splitting.
Donna recalls her courtship, then plays matchmaker.
Mary does her best to get her best friend a date.
Jeff trades his possessions to raise money.
A career woman (Esther Williams) considers marriage.
Alex tries to run the house while Donna is away.
Mary falls for a young intern.
Donna sells pickles to make up a charity deficit.
Donna insists Jeff play the trumpet; guest Harry James.
An invitation to a bachelor party delights Alex.
Alex and Donna think Mary is out after curfew.
An editorial gets Jeff fired from the school paper.
Donna and Alex try to have a romantic night out.
Donna tries to arrange a meeting place for local boys.
Donna tries to patch up two friends' marital spat.
A free-spirited family friend has an effect on Jeff.
Donna lectures a disc jockey on the job of housewife.
Jeff hides a runaway friend in the basement.
Mary keeps the secret of a friend planning to elope.
Jeff feels responsible for a neighbor's accident.
Donna listens to other women's praise of her husband.
Donna and Alex fret about Mary's collegiate blind date.
Donna and Alex try to hide disputes from the children.
Donna regrets grounding Mary and Jeff.
A new boy's boasting costs Jeff a club membership.
A fearful mother doesn't want her son playing football.
Jeff claims he hates his new teacher (Marion Ross).
Donna vows to read 'War and Peace' in two days.
Jeff is full of praise for the Stones' new neighbor.
To meet a boy, Mary bribes Jeff to attend a party.
New parents fret over the health of their baby.
A mother holds up Jeff as an example to her son.
A neighbor pleads with Donna to buy a new dress.
Donna unwittingly embarrasses Alex at a convention.
Mary gives a lucky penny to a shy school-play co-star.
The family becomes involved in recovering old debts.
Mary's upset when her dream date takes someone else to a dance.
Donna and Alex realize their children will leave soon.
The family hires a housekeeper for fund-raiser Donna.
Donna learns a retiring doctor wants to keep working.
A grateful patient's husband offers Alex an investment.
Neighborhood women come to Donna for parenting advice.
The Stones learn the truth of a former athlete's job.
Mary thinks her parents are headed for divorce.
An ailing singer (James Darren) stays with the Stones.
Donna insists her marriage has become dull and routine.
A devious girl manages Mary's class-secretary campaign.
Donna decides she is being too sweet to everyone.
A military academy student refuses to provide details surrounding his injury.
Donna's concerned about Jeff's average report card.
Donna's plan to patch up a friend's marriage takes an unexpected turn.
Donna plays matchmaker for Alex's friend.
Mary hears the story of Donna's first date with Alex.
Jeff thinks his parents love him less than Mary.
Donna helps a man earn money for his son's medical treatment.
Donna tosses a birthday party for young David.
After a car crash, Jeff gives a false name to a doctor.
Mary ignores a devoted friend when choosing a date.
Donna helps an incognito Santa Claus (Buster Keaton).
Donna's visiting uncle causes problems in the family.
Donna wants Alex to buy her an expensive beaded bag for her birthday.
Alex must judge a beautiful-baby contest.
An AWOL military academy student seeks refuge in the Stones' house.
Jeff dates the daughter of a philanthropist.
Mary's prospective beau develops a crush on Donna.
Donna has three family occasions on one night.
Donna finds an abandoned baby on her doorstep.
Donna tries to help Jeff win a football uniform.
Alex feels like he has no position at home.
Donna agrees to take a group of boys camping.
Jeff gets a black eye for defending his mother.
Donna and Alex try to arrange a family weekend.