Katy has to economize to afford a present for Glen.
Friends tell Katy Glen is having an affair.
Katy feuds with another senator's wife.
Katy's father counts on Glen's support for his campaign for public office.
Glen mistakenly believes Katy is pregnant.
Glen is home with the measles; Katy tries to delay a jury decision.
Katy uses a computer to get out of a persistent book club.
Katy is mistakenly arrested as a shoplifter.
A brilliant underachiever inspires Steve to laziness.
A Dakota chief claims a tract of land in Minnesota.
Inspired by friends, Glen and Katy have an architect design them a house.
Steve considers negative campaigning to win a class election.
Both Glen and Katy storm off after an attempt at 'honesty.'
Katy acts as manager for Steve's rock-music group.
To save money, Katy takes over the gardening.
Katy is uncomfortable with Glen's new art class.
The new male housekeeper talks better than he cooks.
Steve gets his driver's license but loses his girl.
The Morleys' grand cousin, a contessa, loses her oil fortune.
Katy gets a famous designer for her club's charity fashion show.
Honeymooners Glen and Katy room next to a fan-besieged rock star.
Newlyweds Glen and Katy go to an annoying hotel on their wedding night.
Katy's father faints on her wedding day.
To Glen's distaste, Katy entirely redecorates his room.
A senator gives Katy and Glen a hideous sculpture as a wedding present.
Divergent visions of their wedding threaten Katy and Glen's engagement.
Overruling Katy's concerns, a friend insists on a stag party for Glen.
Katy and Glen go on a disastrous camping trip with Sen. Ames.
Katy's father causes confusion as to where the wedding will be held.
Fed up with a long engagement, Glen and Katy decide to elope.
Glen has to bring Katy to a surprise engagement shower.
Katy's father refuses to approve her betrothal to Glen.
Danny's Cub Scouts' activity interferes with Glen's marriage proposal.
Katy unwittingly starts a rumor that Glen will be in the Cabinet.
Katy inherits a castle in Sweden and plans to turn it into a hotel.
Katy's friendship with a Russian may cost her a patriotism award.
A columnist spreads a rumor that Katy is behind all Glen's ideas.
Katy runs for president of the Washington Women's Club.
A tycoon offers Katy phenomenal wages and benefits to become his secretary.
A shy orphan girl wants Katy to marry Glen and adopt her.
Katy fears Glen is falling for a pretty English publicist.
Katy persuades an arrogant millionaire to contribute to charity.
When Katy moves into her own apartment, Glen visits constantly.
Katy takes on a second job at a book store; Glen writes a poem.
Katy's ominous horoscope seems to be coming true.
Steve's new girlfriend tells him she wants to have eight children.
An obnoxious filmmaker uses the Morley home and offers Katy a part.
An independent new friend makes Steve rebel against house rules.
An English novelist staying with the Morleys proposes to Katy.
An opportunistic politician tries to use Glen to improve his image.
Two newlywed friends arrange a blind date for Katy and Glen.
Katy dreams her father and Glen face each other in a duel.
Glen invites an old friend's widow and her children for a visit.
Katy's parents lobby Glen for a highway in their hometown.
When Glen forgets Katy's birthday, another congressman proposes to her.
An Arab sultan proposes to Glen's mother; his son woos Katy.
Katy hires an old friend as a maid, but she has eyes for Glen.
An attractive campaign manager handles Glen's re-election bid.
A young man goes on a hunger strike for the vote for 18-year-olds.
An innocent remark in Danny's essay sparks rumors about Katy and Glen.
Katy reads the story of Glen's marriage in his dead wife's diary.
To win a mink coat, Karen enters a computer matchmaking contest.
Katy meets her first love, who jilted her for another woman.
Agatha goes out with a man demonstrating against Glen.
The children of two feuding politicians fall in love and elope.
A general pushes his bright, non-athletic son into West Point.
An argument over a burnt steak ruins a candlelight dinner for two.
Agatha fears a scheming socialite will lure Glen into marriage.
An oil tycoon's teenage son becomes Steve's financial advisor.
A scandal ensues when Steve writes a school essay on free love.
Steve falls in love with Katy and proposes.
Glen's shy, anthropologist brother proposes to Katy.
Katy's father refutes Glen's Columbus Day tribute at a rally.
A congresswoman's daughter is secretly married and pregnant.
Katy is jailed after protesting a Latin American dictator.
Katy's mother thinks her rejuvenated husband is being unfaithful.
Glen must wage a billiard duel for Katy against a European prince.
A congressman infuriates his new wife by working on his wedding day.
Glen is jealous when a playboy congressman woos Katy.
A campaign adviser persuades Katy to run for the state assembly.
Katy and Glen are each advised to marry the other.
Katy's pretty young cousin trains to be a Senate page.
Katy convinces a brilliant, elderly economist to come out of retirement.
An overworked Cooper hires a pretty, incompetent typist.
A dressmaker decides Glen and Katy should get married.
An insecure young Arab prince stays with the Morleys.
Katy flies back home to the farm after an argument with Glen.
A justice of the peace thinks Glen and Katy are a couple to be married.
A flamboyant boxer falls for violence-hating Katy.
Cooper falls for a columnist highly critical of Glen's politics.
A scheming 12-year-old contest-winner charms the whole Morley household.
Katy teaches a young Soviet-bloc diplomat about American history.
A busy congresswoman refuses to let pregnancy interfere with her career.
Everything goes wrong when Glen and the family appear on a TV show.
An oil-rich shah wants to add Katy to his harem.
A high-handed old general gives Steve some dictatorial ideas about leadership.
Katy arouses Glen's jealousy with his Swedish masseur.
Making a speech at school, Steve gets his father into trouble.
Katy applies for a job in the Congo, but Morley will not recommend her.