Katy buys Glen an anniversary gift that she can't afford.
Glen joins a gym.
Katy and another senator's wife have a disagreement.
Papa Holstrum wants to get involved in politics.
Glen is under the mistaken impression that Katy is pregnant.
Katy is called for jury duty.
Katy uses a computer to get out of a persistent book club.
Just before an important TV appearance Katy lands in jail.
Steve wants to quit school and become a writer.
A native American from Minnesota confronts Glen.
Katy has a dream that she's an astronaut traveling to the moon.
A pushy interior decorator urges the Morley's to redecorate their entire house.
Steve runs for class president.
Glen and Katy get into an argument about each other's faults.
Steve and his friends form a rock band, and Katy becomes their manager.
Katy decides to take up gardening.
Katy thinks she and Glen should develop their individual interests.
Katy hires a housekeeper and then discovers the woman cannot cook.
Steve gets his heart broken when Pam refuses his offer to go steady.
Cousin Stella comes to visit.
Katy heads a charity fashion show.
A rock musician in the same hotel as Glen and Katy disturb their honeymoon.
Newlyweds Glen and Katy go to an annoying hotel on their wedding night.
The big day is finally here. Glen and Katy get married.
Glen has second thoughts about the changes a marriage will bring.
Katy and Glen receive a large abstract art statue as a wedding present.
Both Glen and Katy have dreams about their wedding.
Glen feels neglected while Katy makes plans for their wedding.
Katy and Glen go on a disastrous camping trip with Sen. Ames.
Papa Holstrum has strong opinions about Glen and Katy's wedding.
Glen and Katy decide to elope.
Glen tries to keep Katy from finding out about a surprise bridal shower.
Glen asks Papa Holdstrom for Katy's hand in marriage.
Glen wants to pop the question, but keeps getting interrupted.
Without realizing it, Katy starts a rumor about Glen getting a new government appointment.
Katy inherits a castle and decides to turn it into a hotel.
Katy visits the Soviet Embassy.
Glen is humiliated when people believe Katy is swaying his political decisions.
Katy runs for president of the Women's Club.
Katy considers taking a job as a secretary.
Katy helps an orphan girl find a family.
Katy fears Glen is falling for a pretty English publicist.
A visiting millionaire is sure Katy is trying to trick him into marriage.
Katy moves out of the Morley home, taking her own apartment.
Katy gets a part-time job.
Glen and Katy's day doesn't go as planned.
Steve's new girlfriend tells him she wants to have eight children.
A movie producer shows a great deal of interest in Katy.
Steve is getting older and questioning why he needs to be under Katy's care.
A visiting English author is interested in Katy.
Steve questions his father's political ethics.
Glen and Katy play matchmaker to some friends, until the friends turn the tables.
Katy dreams that Glen and Papa are fighting.
Katy is jealous of Glen's visiting friend.
Papa Holstrom tries to influence Glen on an issue.
Katy dreams of her 76th birthday.
A visiting Sultan shows an interest in Agatha.
The new maid takes over the Morley household.
Glen's female campaign manager may be interested in a deeper relationship.
An 18-year-old boy on a hunger strike camps out in front of Glen's home.
Danny's essay includes too much information.
Katy finds out more about Glen's late wife, when she finds the woman's diary.
Katy's niece plans to meet every eligible bachelor in Washington.
Katy goes on a dating game show where she is matched with a handsome bachelor.
Katy's boyfriend attends Glen's party.
Agatha's new beau proves embarrassing for Glen's career.
Katy tries to settle a political feud with matchmaking.
A boy gains confidence in himself with Katy's help.
An argument over a burnt steak ruins a candlelight dinner for two.
A divorcee shows an interest in Glen.
Steve learns a lesson in business.
Steve writes a report for school on the subject of romance.
Young Steve has a crush on Katy.
Glen's brother is interested in Katy.
There is an argument about who actually discovered America.
Katy participates in some Eastern dances.
Katy protests and is thrown in jail.
Katy's father wants to become more modern.
A visiting prince wants to marry Katy.
A newlywed couple stays with the Morley family until they can secure a hotel room.
A congressman displays a romantic interest in Katy.
Rex Tinkerton promises Katy that he can get her a seat in the assembly.
Agatha gives Katy relationship advice.
Katy's cousin causes trouble during her visit.
Katy convinces a brilliant, elderly economist to come out of retirement.
Katy and Mr. Cooper have a fight.
Two old women try to get Glen and Katy together.
A young prince stays with the Morley family while his father is traveling.
Glen upsets Katy, so she resigns as governess and returns home.
Glen and Katy have car trouble.
Katy turns a boxer into a peaceful man.
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.
Katy is invited to marry an Arab oil man.
Glen attempts to rule his home in a military manner.
Katy dates a Swedish boy.
Glen tries to get Katy to return to the Morley household.
Katy applies for a job in the Congo, but Morley will not recommend her.