An Englishman (Peter Noone) buys the house next door.
Bully and Ricardo help a homesick Italian housekeeper.
Bully gets into trouble gambling at a country club.
L.K.'s new cook (Dom DeLuise) clashes with Bully.
Eleanor contests the will of L.K.'s late spouse.
The household is too afraid to fire a mad gardener.
L.K.'s generosity makes her the target of swindlers.
L.K.'s lack of bowling skills hampers Bully's team.
The trio baby-sits for a bratty, rich teenager.
L.K. calls in chorus-girl pals to enliven a charity bash.
One of Ricardo's old jazz songs appears on an album.
Spring brings love for L.K., Bully and Ricardo.
Bully and Ricardo get Quentin interested in sports.
Bully works as a soda jerk to afford a gift for L.K.
Bully and Ricardo match L.K. with a Senate candidate.
Stress sours L.K.'s sunny personality.
Bully's swaybacked steed eyes Eleanor's prize filly.
A Caribbean dictator tempts Quentin with a job offer.
Bully pops the question to his high-society lady love.
Guests desert the Standards' party for L.K.'s bash.
Bully leaves the mansion to regain his independence.