George plans a date with a barmaid in Mildred's absence.
Mildred and her sister both want an heirloom.
George decides to raise pigeons.
George's brother brings a worrisome military document.
George spots Mildred in a car with a stranger.
Lacking social acceptance, the Ropers consider moving.
Jerry helps George fend while Mildred is in the hospital.
Mildred wonders how George afforded a lavish gift.
The neighbor's precocious son tricks the Ropers.
Mildred wants her dog to have puppies.
George is left alone watching the neighbor's baby.
George dreads telling Mildred he quit his job.
Jerry and George try to install a fancy shower.
A man arrives claiming to be George's son.
George gets a job as a traffic warden.
George's father is evicted from a retirement home.
Mildred and George help the neighbors with a new baby.
Mildred's brother helps George seek work.
A visit by Mildred's old flame incenses George.
George gambles to raise money for a new bed.
George falls for Jerry's get-rich-quick scheme.
Mildred lands a starring role in the local "Cinderella" production.
George writes love letters to a mystery woman.
George must abandon ideals to get a cheap vacation.
George foils Mildred's efforts to impress her sister.
A boarder helps with chores George neglected.
George gives Mildred an antique for their anniversary.
George's parakeet dies; Mildred aids a rummage sale.
The Ropers must take in Mildred's infirm mother.
The Ropers' decorators work on the wrong house.
Misfortune follows when George takes a neighbor's ladder.
George resents Mildred's affection for her puppy.
Mildred's snooty sister and her meek husband visit.
Mildred learns George needs more life insurance.
Mildred longs to adopt a child.
Mildred lands a job when George seeks work.
Neighbors invite the Ropers over for a drink.
The Ropers move to a trendy neighborhood.