Oliver asks his former secretary, Carol, to locate a jeweler for him.
Lisa manages to maneuver Oliver into a romantic Hawaiian honeymoon.
Lisa takes a psychology class and finds that the townspeople are eager to tell her their problems.
Kimball injures himself on the porch, and takes advantage of the Douglases.
Oliver doesn't want to escort Lisa to the annual Carpenters' Ball.
Lisa believes that Drobny the duck is homesick, and seeks a companion for him.
An increased tax burden forces the town of Hooterville to secede from the state.
Lisa transforms a recipe for cabbage soup into a spot remover.
Arnold is the key witness to a bank robbery, but has difficulty testifying.
Eb is planning to make a profit off of his last-minute wedding.
Hooterville plans an elaborate celebration for a duck whose father was a war hero.
A paint company offers to spruce up Lisa and Oliver's farmhouse for free.
Lisa offers her engagement ring to Eb and Darlene to salvage their relationship.
Lisa plots to get a trip back to New York City for a big party.
A liberated Lisa takes over Oliver's farm chores and his law-practice duties.
Due to a clerical error, Eb takes a mail-order course in acting.
Oliver's double stirs up gossip when he's seen kissing a strange woman.
In his ongoing bid for romance, Eb turns the Douglas farm into a dump yard.
Lisa attempts to learn how to drive; Oliver is faced with an apple harvest.
Oliver and Lisa attempt to help Eb and Arnold with their problems.
Oliver and Lisa go head to head in the race for mayor of Hooterville.
Neighbors and friends all believe that Oliver has gone bankrupt.
Lisa tells another tale about her courtship with Oliver to Lori.
Eb runs away when he feels ignored and displaced by a little houseguest.
Lisa throws a party to introduce herself to the townspeople of Hooterville.
Four city children arrive at the Douglas house for a farm vacation.
Oliver gives Lisa the impression he doesn't want a surprise birthday party.
Eb poses as a wealthy man in an advertisement that he hopes will find him a wife.
Lisa's uncle comes to the farm for a visit, and brings espionage with him.
A juvenile scientist claims to be in possession of a moon rock.
Oliver's plans for a quiet picnic with Lisa take an unexpected turn.
Oliver is headed for trouble when he receives a modest tax refund.
As school board president, Oliver faces a protest movement aimed at reinstating an expelled student: Arnold.
Oliver takes drastic measures to get rid of a marauding cow on the farm.
Oliver decides to hire an ex-convict, Willie Dunhill, as a farmhand.
Someone leaves a basket on the Douglases' front porch while Oliver is out of town.
Lisa and Oliver become trapped in a mysterious cave under their farmhouse.
An old pal of Oliver tries to soothe his nerves on the farm, but he finds little rest.
The Douglases unearth an old mail-order catalog, and hear about the history of their house.
Lisa and Sam Drucker are unlikely partners in a beauty parlor.
Oliver tries to plant corn with the misguided help of Lisa and Eb, but only finds trouble.
Lisa excitedly plans a long-awaited wedding for Ralph and Hank Kimball.
Oliver speaks at a high school, and finds himself the target of a teenager's advances.
Oliver searches for a special-delivery letter addressed to someone in the Douglas clan.
Oliver's barn is transformed into a new center for the town's youth.
Fortuneteller Lisa predicts a stranger entering Oliver's life.
Problems caused by unpaved roads force Lisa and Oliver to lodge a complaint with the state.
Hooterville prepares a welcome for Arnold, but the situation gets out of control.
Arnold needs to prove he's the rightful heir to an eccentric tycoon's estate.
Arnold may be the sole heir to a meatpacking tycoon's estate.
Oliver attempts to run his visiting mother-in-law out of the house.
Lisa's mother arrives at the farm for a three-week-long visit.
Lisa believes that a missing Ed has been reincarnated as a dog.
An eccentric Hooterville inventor produces the world's first milkmaking machine.
While rummaging through an old trunk, Lisa and Oliver find evidence of a 19th-century romance.
Eb needs fast cash, so he involves the Douglases in a moneymaking scheme.
A surprising error may mean that Oliver and Lisa are not actually married.
Lisa circulates an anti-hunting petition after seeing a deer in the farm.
Haney turns the Douglas home into an inn while Oliver and Lisa are in Washington.
Lisa and Oliver unexpectedly board an airliner headed for Washington, D.C.
Lisa wants to appoint herself the secretary of the new law firm.
A new young lawyer wants to be partners with Oliver, a prospect that excites Lisa.
Hooterville residents find priceless jewelry in their cereal boxes.
Confusion over property boundary lines turns the Douglas farm upside down.
Chaos ensues when Oliver buys foundation stock for a chicken ranch.
Lisa hands her birthday gift list to Oliver; the townspeople stage an intervention.
Everything goes haywire when Lisa and Oliver discover their farm is in Pixley, not Hooterville.
Lisa gets a blue feather in the mail and recognizes it as a token of a powerful curse.
Oliver makes an attempt to re-create the founding of Hooterville.
A beautiful agricultural student comes to observe farm operations.
Sam Drucker cleans up his general store and promises to deliver old mail to its rightful owner.
Lisa raises objections over Oliver's choice of a bull for Eleanor.
Lisa decides to become a carpenter so that she can be a bigger help on the farm.
Oliver's shady opponent for the position of state district representative wins Lisa's support.
Eb surprises everyone with his marriage plans as he fibs to impress a girl's father.
Uncle Joe Carson sets out to raise funds to attend the annual convention of fire chiefs.
The annual Hooterville rummage sale has Lisa and Oliver looking over their own nostalgic items.
A contest promises a prize of a free trip to Hawaii to the winner.
Oliver and Lisa take Arnold to Hollywood for his screen test.
Lisa has grand plans for Arnold after he appears in a local theater production.
Oliver and Lisa race to help their neighbor, a mother who is going into labor.
A promotional campaign aimed at championing the rutabaga runs amok.
A Hungarian visitor seeking payment descends on the Douglases.
Back in New York, Lisa uncovers a secret about Oliver's past.
Eb persuades Oliver to put him through a mail-order barber school.
Spring fever hits the town as Lisa plans a festival celebration.
Lisa's countess mother visits Hooterville, and the town over-prepares for her arrival.
The Hooterville farmers are given the chance to fly to Europe.
Arnold sets out to capture the two bank robbers that held Lisa and Oliver hostage.
Lisa invests in a 10-year-old wizard's "electronic company.".
A mysterious boy, claiming to be from another planet, arrives at the Douglas farm.
Eb finds himself facing charges of stealing from Sam Drucker.
A still single Eb comes back to Hooterville from his honeymoon.
While on a picnic, Oliver has a run-in with a mysterious person no one else can see.
Ralph shows up at Lisa and Oliver's doorstep after she runs away from home.
The Douglas farm may be cleared away to make room for a proposed highway.
Lisa is suspicious when Oliver announces he'll be attending a farm symposium without her.
Hooterville is in an uproar when Arnold disappears; Lisa thinks he has been kidnapped.
Lisa weaves another story of how she saved Oliver from the Nazis in World War II.
Oliver is fed up with paying storage rates for an item he can't remember ever owning.
Lisa and Oliver find out that Eb has eloped, and must replace him.
Oliver grows tomatoes; the situation at the phone company deteriorates.
Oliver plans changes for the phone company, including raising phone rates.
Oliver and Lisa take over and reorganize the Hooterville Phone Company.
Tired of poor service, Oliver takes the Hooterville Phone Company to court.
Arnold falls in love with Mr. Haney's basset hound, Cynthia, but their relationship is doomed.
Oliver tries to convince Lisa to begin making her own preserves.
A state senatorial bid leads to scrutiny of Oliver's personal life.
Eleanor the cow ruins Eb's chance of winning a radio contest.
Oliver accidentally hits Lisa on the head, and she develops amnesia.
Lisa reveals why the women in her family were required to marry American men every fourth generation.
Ralph and Oliver scheme after Ralph's suitor, Mr. Kimball, is fired from his job.
Oliver represents the Ziffels in a suit they're bringing against Mr. Haney.
Eb's story about seeing alien life in Hooterville gets out, and tourists flock to town.
Lisa's attempt to start a vegetable garden grows more bills than food.
The town of Hooterville puts on their own version of "The Beverly Hillbillies."
Oliver arouses his neighbors' curiosity when he receives a letter from Washington.
A computer program evaluates the Douglases' level of compatibility.
A former gangster offers to organize Oliver's farming activities.
Lisa cures her boredom by appointing herself the Hooterville humane officer.
A rival town hopes to lure Hooterville residents with promises of lucrative jobs.
Oliver's mother comes to the farm to rest, but finds little peace in the country.
Wires are crossed when the Hooterville council selects Oliver to judge an apple contest.
Oliver sends Lisa to high school to learn homemaking techniques, where she causes quite the ruckus.
A dissatisfied Oliver seeks a better weather report than the local television news.
Oliver runs into a snag as he makes preparations for an old-fashioned Christmas.
Lisa finds that a chicken is laying square eggs; the Douglases investigate.
Lisa threatens to walk out unless Oliver renovates the farmhouse.
The Department of Agriculture wants to feature Oliver in a documentary film.
Hooterville farmers gripe about Oliver's suit-and-tie appearance.
Oliver explains the facts of life to Eb, who is smitten with a girl.
Oliver tells Lisa a tale about a frontier farm wife, hoping to make her appreciate their life.
Oliver seeks help from his assemblyman when he receives an odd tax bill.
Lisa gives Ralph a two-day beauty treatment after her true love stands her up.
Lisa suspects that Oliver is becoming interested in a woman farmer.
While Oliver and Lisa babysit Arnold, the pig receives a draft notice ordering him to report for his physical.
Mr. Haney's new well drains all the water from the Douglas farm.
A dreaded pest threatens the future of Hooterville's treasured corn crop.
Oliver's beatnik nephew, Chuck, arrives at the farm for a visit.
Lisa brings Leonard Bernstein to Hooterville in an attempt to introduce culture to the town.
Haney sues Oliver over a rainmaking dispute during a drought.
A disappearing horse has Lisa thinking that Oliver's imagining things.
Oliver offers to help Eb realize his dream of becoming a veterinarian.
Lisa buys Oliver the largest and fanciest tractor she can find.
Oliver composes a folk song about a legendary ghost named Molly Turgiss.
Oliver decides to take matters with the power company into his own hands, causing chaos.
Oliver handcuffs himself to Lisa while acting as the temporary deputy.
Ziffel's pig accidentally gets taken along to Oliver's college reunion.
Lisa must decide whether she wants to continue with farm life.
A man rejects female carpenter Ralph's advances because of her name.
Oliver makes an effort to rush his apple crop to market to make more money.
Neighbors come to the farm to visit injured Oliver -- and stay.
Oliver is infuriated when Lisa lists him as a lawyer in the new phone book.
One unusual prerequisite must be met before Oliver is accepted as a fireman.
Lisa is under the impression that Oliver's land purchase includes a house.
Oliver gives in to Lisa's wishes to have their bedroom enlarged.
Lisa causes a flap in Hooterville when she decides to open a beauty parlor.
Oliver remembers his wedding anniversary, but can't seem to recall how long he has been married.
Mr. Haney gets the mistaken impression that Lisa is pregnant.
Penalties and fines may be levied against Oliver if he plants a 160-acre wheat field.
Oliver's struggle with the phone company ends with a phone that hangs outside his bedroom window.
Oliver tries to plan his planting season, but the generator and the wheat crop both fizzle out.
Oliver is discouraged after he receives an analysis of his farm soil.
The neighbors all pitch in to help Oliver plow his fields when his new plow doesn't arrive in time.
Chaos reigns after Oliver and Lisa's furniture is delivered to the wrong house.
Oliver rents a rooster for the purpose of waking him up in the morning.
A rumor spreads until everyone in Hooterville thinks that Lisa has left Oliver.
A decorator is called in to spruce up the dilapidated farmhouse.
The Douglases arrive at their ramshackle farm, and Lisa prepares to return to New York.
Manhattan lawyer Oliver Wendell Douglas (Eddie Albert) buys a run-down farm despite his wife's (Eva Gabor) objections.