A beat cop tries to get Danny to help a group of tough kids who've formed a band.
Kathy and Bunny think their husbands are working too hard, and come up with a plan to get them to slow down.
Danny's old school chum Moose turns up, and she has changed a lot since their grammar school days.
Rusty inadvertently asks Pupa to marry him when he tried to speak to her in Italian.
Pupa must surrender her dog to the authorities for a period of confinement after smuggling it in from Italy.
Danny makes a startling discovery about a young singer he imports to appear at the Copa Club.
Linda meets a little man who claims to be a leprechaun.
Uncle Tonoose goes looking for work.
Danny's jokes about the janitor aren't making the janitor laugh.
Bunny wants a part in the revue at her husband's club.
Kathy and Bunny are conned into spending $100 an antique clock.
Danny and Kathy and Charley and Bunny decide they should meet their new neighbors.
The bartender at Danny's club wants Danny to be his celebrity partner on a quiz show.
Kathy takes a job as the secretary for Danny's agent.
Linda discovers that her father is using her crush on a boy as part of his comedy act, and is upset when the boy finds out because of the jokes.
Danny has high hopes that Rusty will ask him be his partner at an upcoming father-and-son bowling tournament.
The renovations to the country home are finally complete, and the two couples spend a weekend in the country together, however it doesn't take long for the best friends to become annoyed with each others habits.
Danny and Charley are convinced that the carpenter working on their new country home has put a curse on them.
Kathy's singing Irish relatives arrive in the Williams' household and expect to perform at the Copa Club, but Danny has other thoughts.
Danny attempts to help waiter Alfie Wingate overcome his fear of women.
Uncle Tonoose surprises everyone in the Williams household with his announcement that he plans to marry.
After tearing her friend's dress during a fight, Linda buys her a fancy new one and charges it to her father's account.
Danny has trouble accepting the fact that his son is growing up when Rusty becomes old enough to drive a car.
When Kathy becomes offended at Danny making her the subject of his jokes during his act, she enlists the help of Buddy Sorrell of The Alan Brady Show to write jokes about him.
A mysterious friend shows up to repay money loaned to him by Danny several years ago.
Someone steals the money Kathy was saving for Danny's birthday gift.
Kathy and Bunny purchase a dilapidated house in the country without telling their husbands.
Danny enlists the aid of Tonoose's older brother when Tonoose announces elaborate plans for the family.
The Halpers feel like they've been put out to pasture when Danny and Kathy return from Europe.
To prove her maturity, Linda takes on all the domestic household tasks.
While in Venice, Danny and Kathy meet an eager young agent who is representing her talented brother and father.
Louise offers to help Charley get out of a tight spot.
Songwriter Harry Ruby negotiates with Danny and Sid over the use of his songs in Danny's act.
Kathy wants to tour Rome, but Danny prefers to relax until a handsome Italian offers to show Kathy around.
Rusty is disappointed that he hasn't gotten a birthday gift from his parents in Europe.
Danny promises to buy Kathy a dress, but has second thoughts when he learns how much it costs.
Tonoose is upset to learn that he needs glasses.
Jose was expecting a raise, but what he got was an additional job taking care of a larcenous dog.
Linda's Brownie troop needs a new leader, so Bunny volunteers.
An inept London pub waiter thinks Danny has offered him a job at the Copa.
Kathy and Danny get a warm welcome from Kathy's Irish relatives, until they learn he's not Irish.
Danny and Kathy's friend Jose is attending night school to better himself, but he's having trouble with American history.
Charley reminisces about how he opened the Copa and how Danny became his featured star.
Kathy and Danny, touring the British countryside, meet up with a notorious poacher.
When Rusty runs for class president, Charley suggests a campaign rally at the Copa with the Smothers Brothers.
Jose asks Charley about renting the Copa.
Danny asks a British friend to check his material before his first London performance.
Danny is annoyed that Charley and Bunny haven't volunteered to watch Rusty and Linda during the European tour.
Danny and Kathy are excited about Danny's European tour, but they can't leave until Danny finds a replacement.
Charley's infant son gurgles and laughs at everyone else, but screams when Charlie approaches.
Waiting for the baby strains Charley's nerves.
Danny's cousin wants to be in show business.
Danny fears what Linda will say on television.
Kathy tries her luck at nightclub performing.
Bunny enlists Danny and Kathy to fool Charley.
Danny and Bob Hope try hiding in a small town.
Jose wants his nephew on Danny's TV show.
Bad-cook Bunny prepares a meal for a gourmet.
Rusty refuses food after Danny forbids a trip.
Charley gives Danny advice on losing tempers.
Danny's advice turns Rusty into a girl-chaser.
Danny considers plastic surgery to make his big nose smaller.
Danny introduces comedy at a PTA meeting.
Danny helps Charley with home decorating.
Tonoose searches New York for a bride.
Danny goes to work in a rival nightclub.
Danny tries to end Linda's tomboyishness.
Charley learns he will become a father.
Danny tries to make Charley feels useful.
Danny makes a big mistake when he says that teaching teenagers is an easy task.
The Williams and Halpers try to keep up.
Uncle Tonoose leaves Toledo for good.
A Brownie picnic lands Danny in court.
Danny restores Jimmy Durante's confidence.
Danny tries to get away with a white lie.
Danny learns not to meddle in others' lives.
Kathy's father and Tonoose declare war.
Danny fumes when a bandleader rejects Rusty.
Linda delivers her parents' old love letters.
Delinquent room-cleaner Linda runs away.
Danny plays Cupid for elevator operator Jose.
Danny is furious when his landlord doesn't invite him to a party.
Danny attempts to promote the talents of a teenage singer (Brenda Lee), but later realizes her education is more important.
Kathy attempts to prove that she's the "woman behind the man.".
Danny's speech to the U.N. delegation is ruined.
Danny and his landlord compete for the chance to be a scoutmaster.
Rusty's poor grades prevent him from playing in an important basketball game.
Mobsters go after a comic who they believe is swiping jokes from Danny.
Danny starts to feel old when the club hires a young performer (Paul Anka).
Danny attempts a Hollywood television show.
Danny and Kathy's cleaning woman sets out to impress her childhood sweetheart.
Manager Rusty's act guests on "Ed Sullivan."
Danny meets an old-time burlesque comedian.
Danny tries to teach Rusty the value of money.
Uncle Tonoose makes a few changes at the nightclub.
Danny and Kathy make a rum cake that gets the landlord a bit tipsy.
Danny gets an idea for a new act from an unlikely source -- Kathy's curlers.
Danny tries to fight his way out of paying a parking ticket.
Danny decides against democracy at home.
A fan presents Danny with a potted plant, a gift that the landlord believes should get special treatment. Guest: Gale Gordon.
Rusty breaks Danny's golf clubs and wants Linda to take the blame.
Kathy is persuaded to allow a singing sisters act to audition for Danny's show.
Danny's vacation replacement (Buddy Hackett) is being trailed by a welfare worker who wants to take his daughter away from him.
Danny doesn't want to keep his dental appointment.
Danny takes over as "stage mother" when he prepares Linda for her TV debut.
Kathy and Danny scold Uncle Tonoose for telling too many tall tales.
Kathy's matchmaking attempts backfire.
Danny courts his wife again after reminding her that she proposed to him.
Zsa Zsa Gabor upsets the Williams' household.
Danny forsakes comedy for serious drama.
Danny beams with pride when Rusty brings home an exceptional report card.
Linda helps the overworked postman -- and her parents almost get arrested for mail tampering.
Linda loses her third pair of skates and is furious when her father refuses to replace them.
A military-school guest disciplines Rusty.
A temperamental painter is hired to work on a portrait of the Williams family. Guest: Gale Gordon.
Danny recruits a girl to play third base on Rusty's baseball team.
A vocalist (Bobby Rydell) holds a grudge.
Danny's fast-talking pal (Jim Backus) visits.
Danny tries to interrupt Terry's honeymoon.
Danny feels neglected when the family is busy with the wedding plans.
Rusty and Danny's relationship is threatened when they team up to build a doghouse.
Pat panics during his bachelor party.
Linda decides being a boy would be better.
Uncle Tonoose wants to hear his funeral eulogy before he needs it.
A battle arises over the invitation list for Terry's wedding.
Danny meets a rural sheriff (Andy Griffith).
Tonoose plans a Lebanese wedding for Terry.
Danny loses his agent by going over his head.
Kathy is summoned to jury duty -- and Danny's left with the household chores.
Danny gives domestic pointers to his prospective son-in-law.
A man's (Jack Benny) soul is in jeopardy.
Danny meets a nightclub owner (Beatrice Kay).
Kathy learns the truth about show business.
A St. Bernard has pups in Danny's apartment.
Little people invade Danny's apartment.
Milton Berle asks Danny to quit show business.
Uncle Tonoose plays matchmaker for Terry.
Danny helps Rusty stand up to a bully.
Terry decides to become a beatnik.
Danny dons disguises to curb Kathy's jealousy.
Terry meets a new love (Pat Harrington Jr.).
Terry tries to improve her parents.
A reserved man learns some child psychology.
Danny argues a traffic case in court.
Collegian Terry returns with a chic new image.
Linda tells her parents about her new friend -- a nine-foot giant.
Danny is caught in a crossfire of practical jokes.
Gina opposes her beau for class president.
Danny thinks his birthday has been forgotten.
A rich fan of Danny's tries to buy friendship.
Kathy's absent-mindedness leads to multiple meals for Danny and her.
Grandpa's attempt to stick to his diet is put to the ultimate test.
The script for Danny's club routine is lost.
Gina's friend arrives from Italy with a few ulterior motives in mind.
Kathy storms out of the house when she and Danny argue over who is in charge.
Gina (Annette Funicello) asks Frankie Laine to appear at a school dance.
A cute classmate perplexes growing Rusty.
Danny runs into trouble when he attempts to teach Gina the customs of American teenagers.
Lauritz Melchior and Shirley Jones guest star as a father-daughter musical team.
Annette Funicello stars as an exchange student who stays with the Williams family.
Danny's furious when it's said that entertainers aren't representative of Americans.
Danny joins Bob Hope in a production of "Alice in Wonderland.".
A traveling entertainer (Tennessee Ernie Ford) makes friends with Linda and Rusty.
Tony Bennett stars as Danny's cousin, who refuses to work in his father's dry-goods business.
Lucille Ball wreaks havoc at Danny's house. Desi Arnaz also guest stars.
Danny discovers Rusty is a gang member.
Kathy decides to pursue a career in fashion.
Danny meets with successful school friends -- and then dreams of becoming a surgeon, a scientist and a diplomat.
Dinah Shore and Danny are professional rivals.
Linda must have a tonsillectomy.
Uncle Tonoose decides to become a playboy.
Danny's feelings are hurt when Rusty's Scout troop asks Jack Benny to perform at a benefit.
An ordinary-looking locket brings excitement and sentiment to the Williams' home.
Kathy's headed for trouble when she forgets to give Danny several phone messages.
Danny learns the rigors of parenthood when Terry starts dating.
Sparks fly when Danny and Kathy argue over who proposed to whom. Guest: William Demarest.
Rusty asks his father for help in his campaign for the class presidency.
Emcee Danny has Bob Hope as a benefit guest.
Ten-year-old Rusty wants to get a job, but Danny's not thrilled with the idea.
A woman columnist deflates Danny's ego.
A female dancer in Danny's nightclub act causes trouble for him at home.
When Terry's friend spends the weekend, Danny and Kathy's parenting skills are put to the test.
Danny invites Rusty's friends to his nightclub act.
Danny has an overdose of family togetherness.
Danny helps his unemployed father-in-law.
Terry gets a role in a Shakespearean play at school. Guest: Hans Conried.
Danny helps a principal overcome prejudices.
Danny helps a principal overcome prejudices.
Danny helps an impressive country singer land an engagement at an exclusive supper club. Guest: Judy Canova.
Everyone is puzzled when Danny acquires a more mild personality.
Relatives clash in the Williams household.
Terry develops an infatuation for Dean Martin.
Danny must accept Rusty's neatness award.
Danny produces an amateur benefit-performance.
Rusty is unwilling to confront a school bully.
Danny puts Rusty in a ticket-selling contest.
Danny tells Schultz the waiter all about his Las Vegas honeymoon.
Superstitions haunt Danny the evening before his nightclub opening.
Danny is scheduled to host a televised benefit show; when Liz tells him she booked Bob Hope as a guest, Danny's afraid Bob will steal the show and threatens to quit.
Danny finds himself in an embarrassing situation when Kathy's uncle visits.
Complications arise when Danny gets a new pet.
Rusty has too much help with a soap-box racer.
Terry's social climbing upsets the family.
When Terry lands a job in a dress shop, Danny tries to help her.
Danny teaches Rusty that honesty is the best policy, but has a few doubts in the process.
Danny's nervous about meeting Kathy's father. Guest: William Demarest.
Kathy and Danny set out to prove that they're full of energy.
Linda and Rusty concoct a scheme, and Kathy and Danny are the victims.
Danny's hoping he can persuade Dinah Shore to sing at Terry's school dance.
The Williams patriarch comes to meet Kathy.
Danny's daughter and his new wife become rivals.
Danny and Kathy's honeymoon in Las Vegas is almost ruined by his popularity.
Terry and Rusty lend support when Danny decides it's time to propose to Kathy.
Rusty comes down with the measles, and Danny can't visit him in the hospital unless he can prove to Kathy, a nurse, that he has already had the disease.
Terry's decision to quit school and embark on a modeling career forces Danny to get sneaky.
Rusty and Terry do their best to make Danny's fiancee change her mind.
Danny makes a special trip home on his birthday, but Terry and Rusty seem to have forgotten the occasion.
Worried about a possible stepmother, Terry and Rusty interfere in Danny's love life.
Danny invites a clown troupe for Christmas to cheer the children on their first Christmas without Margaret.
Danny is at odds with Rusty's scout troop over different opinions of what his master of ceremonies role should entail.
Danny urges his new vocal coach to audition for some Broadway producers.
Danny feels guilty after he peeks at Terry's diary.
Until he learns who will be in the audience, Danny is pleased with his booking in Texas.
Danny suggests she try more ladylike behavior when Terry falls for a boy who doesn't seem to know she's alive.
When Rusty's Cub Scout pack is in need of a den mother, Rusty asks Danny to volunteer for the job.
Danny confronts the problem of how to be the right amount father and right amount pal to Rusty.
Terry is embarrassed by Danny's loud manner when she starts dating the son of a conservative banker.
Danny is perplexed when Terry doesn't want to be in the school play.
A trip to visit Margaret's Wisconsin hometown becomes a comical catastrophe.
Terry's boyfriend takes her to a fashionable restaurant to celebrate her birthday.
After an incident at school, Danny takes Rusty to get his haircut, but the barber is too afraid of Margaret.
The children get a governess.
Margaret enlists the help of an unsuspecting Danny as she tries to play peacemaker between her mother and aunt.
Margaret tries to help Danny buy her the gifts she really wants for her birthday.
Danny and his wife attempt to convince their son, Rusty, that Santa is real.