Hazel jeopardizes Steve's business when she urges a couple not to sell their home to another realtor.
Harold and Jeff's friendship is endangered after Jeff is put in a special class for advanced students.
Hazel pens an essay for a newspaper on her boss's perfection.
Steve risks losing a client to aid an injured motorist.
Hazel and Barbara scheme to earn money to buy a pool table for Steve.
Fred Williams' house buy jeopardizes his son's education.
After Hazel decides that she needs new drapes, Barbara decides to have the whole room painted.
Hazel gets Steve to help a friend by having Steve sell his house.
Harold joins a rock 'n' roll band to compete in a TV talent contest.
Hazel brings new meaning to a man's life when she inspires confidence in him.
A spinster and a bachelor try to buy Harold's affection.
Steve fears he'll fall into debt when a loan proves too easy.
Hazel aims to buy an organ for children of a missionary school.
Barbara's elderly uncle, an actor, comes to stay for a month.
Hazel buys a wreck, paints it green and sells it to a nurseryman.
Hazel's false praise of Steve drives him to let her go.
A tycoon talks his wife into sponsoring a historical pageant.
Deirdre, Steve's sister, insists that Susie be sent to an elocution school.
Steve is annoyed by the attention his youthful secretary is showing him.
Steve forgets his wedding anniversary and makes plans to fish.
Hazel buys a piece of land then finds it is nearly worthless.
Hazel shows a house for Steve so he may attend a picnic.
Hazel sells guppies for $100, her payment down on a car.
A family forces its neighbor to give up many of his dogs.
Hazel is hurt when she feels she has been used to swindle a friend.
Steve doesn't know how much he likes his house until it's sold.
After much needling from Bill Fox, Hazel decides to lose some weight.
Hazel and the mistress of the house misunderstand one another.
In George's absence, Hazel cares for his brother's household.
Hazel sees her investment in a bakery rise to a healthy profit.
Hazel's plan to get rid of a bothersome handyman backfires when he proposes to her.
Both George and Hazel conspire to get a new client for George's business.
Hazel is taken to court for her part in painting a busy crosswalk.
A department store plants a listening device in a competitor's office.
George blames the neighbors' short-wave when he cannot get good television reception.
Hazel gives a winning sweepstakes ticket to the Salvation Army.
Hazel's escort to a bowling league ball tames a temperamental singer.
Hazel loses Harold to a girl who wants him to study ballet.
The household is turned upside-down when unwelcome guests visit.
A mix-up at the airport almost ruins both a friendship and a marriage.
Dorothy thinks a mink coat in a gift box is for her.
When both George's and his sister's marriages run into rough times, Hazel comes to the rescue.
George's partner, Harry, almost gets into trouble with his new bride.
Hazel uses subtle tactics in getting a new kitchen from George.
The Baxter household is chosen as the host family for a visiting Soviet diplomat.
Harry Noll buys the house next door, much to George's disgust.
Hazel purposely loses a contest to a widow with a young son.
When the Baxters' friends find their financial state threatened, George comes to the rescue.
George and Hazel decide they should each mind their own business.
Hazel discovers that her letters are at the root of a young couple's troubles.
Hazel comes to the rescue when George breaks up with his business partner.
A misunderstanding almost gets two people married to the wrong partners.
Mr. Griffin and his nemesis both enjoy Hazel's sense of humor.
Hazel bypasses a scheming politician when the governor comes to the Baxters' for lunch.
George's ne'er-do-well cousin unjustly earns a label of thief.
When George's sister tries for a part in a local play, she inadvertently helps his business.
Hazel and the Baxters get more than they bargained for when they go out on the town.
Hazel gets George to enter the political limelight when a historical park is threatened.
George identifies a well-liked handyman as a thief.
Hazel comes to the rescue after a young mother is threatened with losing her baby to her mother-in-law.
Hazel almost loses her job when she takes on another job as an actress for an advertising campaign.
A bonus from Mr. Griffin inspires Hazel to buy eyeglasses.
Hazel's persuasion wins George a seat on the board of a museum.
Confusion reigns when it comes out that Hazel may be of royal blood.
Termites undermine Hazel's attempts at getting a raise.
After Dorothy is accused of doing a bad job of interior decorating, Hazel comes to the rescue.
Hazel makes a bet with Rosie that George can lose ten pounds.
Hazel fills in for injured fashion model Dorothy.
Hazel uses her wits to delay a decision at a gangster meeting.
Hazel uses her wits to delay a decision at a gangster meeting.
A purse containing a dress shop's receipts for the day is lost.
Hazel buys a car when George won't let her use his.
Frank Gifford comes to town to buy a bowling alley.
Hazel uses stock to bait potential Scouts Harold and his friend.
Poor working habits force a milkman's early retirement.
Sheared sheep and George's resignation lead Mr. Griffin to fake a heart attack.
Harold boasts his father once outperformed a famous athlete.
A portrait of an Italian peasant resembles Hazel.
A baby's arrival causes lecturer George to fail in his duties.
House painters and Hazel drive away George's unwelcome cousin.
Feuding franchise owners cause Hazel's favorite team to lose.
Hazel's date translates for George's Italian client.
In Dorothy's absence, Hazel's gaiety drives George to break.
After George refuses to accept payment for helping one of Hazel's friends, he regrets it.
Circumstance and Rosie lead Hazel to think George unfaithful.
George's maiden cousin comes to stay when her father dies.
Hazel berates dinner guests for asking her to work for them.
Gus, the love of Hazel's life, finally returns to propose.
Mr. Griffin pulls strings to have Hazel be Maid of the Month.
George becomes annoyed by Hazel everytime he makes a mistake.
George chides Hazel for believing in superstitious good-luck charms.
The new local symphony conductor wants only male musicians.
Hazel encourages George's mother to open a gardening business.
Hazel leads a highway commission on a nature walk.
Hazel runs into problems when she tries to get to a shoe sale early.
A professor of law bears a torch for the love of his youth.
Deirdre fears Hazel will ruin the social event of the season.
Hazel manages to have the water heater fixed and help George with his business on her day off.
Stockholder Hazel voices discontent when the product fails.
Mr. Griffin goes too far in arranging his nephew's wedding.
The Baxters doubt the veracity of Hazel's nephew Walter.
Mr. Griffin employs a lovesick cook from Scotland.
Hazel and the Baxters decide that telling lies sets a bad example for Harold.
Hazel passes up an audition to run Mr. Griffin's birthday party.
Hazel leaves an autograph session with a vital document.
George's sister, Deirdre, leaves her daughter without friends.
Hazel prods George to help a friend who's depleted his finances.
Hazel and her friend Rosie vie for the attentions of a handsome chauffeur.
After the whole town starts extolling Hazel's bowling feats, George decides to do something about it.
Harold believes a gravy boat has the magic of Aladdin's lamp.
Hazel dissuades her nephew and George's niece from marrying.
Hazel's betrayal of a confidence loses George an appointment.
The IRS scrutinizes George's return when he demands a refund.
Mr. Griffin thinks George and Hazel mock his lack of learning.
When Barney, the mailman, fails to appear for work, Hazel begins to worry.
Hazel and the Baxters strive to save a restaurant doomed to failure.
George and Dorothy argue over who Hazel likes better.
Hazel and George have wavering opinions on whether or not to have a contract written.
A secretary goes out of her way to keep Hazel from a wedding.
The Baxters pass up an important dinner invitation for Hazel.
Hazel's plan to get George an assistant fails when George's client comes up with his own suggestion.
Hazel concocts a complicated scheme involving antiques and business mergers to get air conditioning in the Baxter home.
Hazel finds that the burglar she tapped on the head with a baseball bat is basically honest.
George and pals stop a poker game for a medley of lullabies.
Hazel exposes a woman bent on marriage as a poor parent.
George's client demands Hazel be fired when she opposes his factory plans.
George fails to vote for a proposition he has endorsed.
Cub Scout Harold rescues a boy frozen by fear high in a tree.
Hazel is persona non grata at a pajama party she has planned.
Romance abounds, and rebounds, when the Baxters get new neighbors.
George gives out a taxicab company's phone number as his own.
Hazel gives up her day off to see to Dorothy's bridge luncheon.
Hazel comes to the aid of the Baxters' gardener when his work begins to slip.
Hazel sells personal items to pay for a vase Harold broke.
Hazel and her friends almost get taken by con artists when they form an investment club.
Hazel fears for the Baxters' marriage when one of George's old flames looks him up.
Hazel vacations incognito at a resort for rich women.
A lonely bachelor grows fond of Hazel and proposes marriage.
Hazel is discouraged when a publishing company refuses to publish her book.
Hazel finds herself in a dither as she tries to care for two households.
The Baxters learn that the stray dog Harold found has a rightful owner.
Dorothy must have an old piano she sees while hunting antiques.
Hazel takes another job to earn enough money to buy a present for Dorothy.
Hazel's personality improvement classes have bad side effects.
Hazel plots to get to Snowman's Lodge ahead of George's schedule.
Hazel gives up Thanksgiving with her own family to be with the Baxters.
Hazel's nephew takes George's niece to a bowling alley.
A lost dog inspires George to buy an alarm system.
Hazel's new color television attracts family and friends.
An unethical interior decorator threatens Dorothy's business.
George defends Hazel, charged with a traffic violation.
George comes down with a cold on the same day he is to meet with an important client.
Hazel's will shames George into giving her a raise.
Hazel gets involved in the need for a new playground for the neighborhood.