Julia's landlord decides to change the atmosphere of the building to attract more swinging bachelors.
Julia and Steve quarrel about women's lib; guest Fred Williamson.
Julia considers eloping with Steve.
Corey and Earl meet Capt. Blastoff on a telethon; guest Phil Silvers.
Everyone starts collecting old newspapers when the kids enter a contest.
Julia is less than thrilled to learn that Corey may need to be sent to a private school because his IQ is so high.
Julia's household is disrupted by a family of nesting birds.
Sara is sued; Steve is the opposing lawyer; guests Fred Williamson, Diana Sands, Jack Soo.
Dr. Chegley's wife tries to get him to slow down.
Steve goes out dancing while Julia types for him at home; guests Fred Williamson, Bob Hope.
Corey wants to know how babies are made; guests Diana Sands, John McGiver.
Corey begins using foul language.
Corey tries to keep his pet frog a secret.
Julia takes Corey to a birthday party.
Corey writes about his late father for an essay contest; guest Jackie Coogan.
When Corey becomes annoyed with her, Julia leaves him alone.
Julia begins an anti-smoking campaign.
Corey starts to be jealous of his mom's relationship with Steve.
Hoping to impress Steve, Julia takes up bowling.
Julia started dating a new man.
Julia tries to teach Corey how to treat girls.
In Las Vegas, Julia fills in for Tank's ailing vocalist; guests Gary Crosby, Robert Alda.
Hannah has a case of wedding jitters; guest Cesar Romero.
Julia takes what turns out to be an awful trip to Nevada.
Julia's under the weather, so her friends try to pitch in.
Julia's job is in jeopardy when budget counts are announced.
Hannah has the hots for Bernard Henderson.
Julia meets a widower with a daughter; Chegley is conned; poor little rich boy; guest Fred Williamson.
Strange things affect both Julia and Dr. Chegley.
Corey runs against Earl for class president.
Julia's cousin Sara continues to seek stardom.
Hoping to begin an acting career, Julia's cousin comes to town.
Julia and Earl miss Corey, who's visiting relatives, so they spend time together.
Life is chaotic for Dr. Chegley and Mr. Cooper when Julia takes a vacation.
Julia deals with a jealous neighbor and an overly zealous efficiency expert.
A mistaken phone call leads to diagnosis of a child's disease; guest Don Ameche.
Corey and Earl compete for the attention of a new friend.
Julia tries to help the parents of a sick child by finding them jobs.
Julia looks for a man to attend a club meeting with Corey.
Corey is positive he spotted a little green man with antennae.
Two of Julia's boyfriends argue about her.
Julia's hands are full dealing with both Brenda the babysitter and Stanley the maintenance worker.
Julia loses her temper.
Julia finds herself entertaining Leonard's sister, Hilda.
Dr. Chegley's uncle makes a return visit.
An artist romanticizes life for Corey; guest Georg Stanford Brown.
Julia must choose between a better job and her friends; guest Don Ameche.
A blind date involves Julia in a fight against prejudice; guest Jodie Foster.
Julia finds herself overwhelmed by the circumstances of her life, which include her latest beau, a babysitter shortage, and Corey's interest in tying Indian knots.
A neighbor's drumming drives Julia crazy.
A teenager develops a crush on Julia.
A famous bandleader offers Julia a gig as a singer; guests Gary Crosby, Johnny Brown.
Corey believes his mother plans to adopt the little girl she brought home.
Julia hires a college student as a mother's helper.
Everybody has advice about what car Julia should buy; guest Robert Guillaume.
While Dr. Chegley is away, Julia tries to work with his 92-year-old uncle.
Julia's anxious-to-be-wed friend falls for Julia's beau.
Julia's doctor is sick.
Julia's housekeeper leaves.
Earl moves in with Corey and Julia.
Julia wants a father figure for Corey.
To get a donation for the children's clinic, Julia must deal with a sly businessman.
Julia is faced with a decision.
Julia tries to be a matchmaker.
Waggedorn's sister meets a black person for the first time.
The landlord refuses to leave his apartment.
Name-calling becomes a problem, both at home and at work.
Marie devises a plan to jump-start her marriage.
Julia works with a football player.
Julia's date asks for a loan.
Fear isn't what has Corey refusing to go to the dentist.
Uncle Lou comes for a visit.
Julia's friends pitch in to make Corey's Christmas a happy one.
Julia dates an engineer.
A salesman makes a better impression on Corey than on Julia.
The messenger has one more goal to achieve before retirement.
A security man investigates Julia.
Two different matchmaking efforts involve Julia.
Julia appears on a dating game show.
Julia worries about losing her job when she's restricted to the clinic while a security man investigates her.
Julia worries about a deeper meaning in Corey's school paintings.
Julia finds herself with plenty of company.
Julia's domestic help spends less time working and more time studying.
Julia fares better in her first day on the job than she does at home.
Julia has an interview with curmudgeonly Dr. Chegley.
A widowed nurse looks for a job to support her 6-year-old son.