Ed wants to study medicine in college.
Ed learns of his Indian-steed blood.
Ed feels threatened when Wilbur rents a motorcycle.
Carol's father sees Wilbur trying to arrange Ed's marriage.
Carol's father gives the Posts a bearskin rug.
A visiting siamese cat makes Ed feel displaced.
Ed's chess knowledge wins a color television for Wilbur.
The SIA again calls on Wilbur, who again calls on Ed.
Carol takes Ed's memoirs to a publisher; guest Irene Ryan.
The spies Ed identified return and threaten Wilbur.
Ed helps Wilbur find a radio thief.
Ed sides with a neighbor boy's love for rock music.
Ed says spies met in the park.
Ed wants to come along on a Boy Ranger camping trip.
Wilbur manages a youth baseball team.
Ed decides to take up painting.
Carol wants Wilbur to try out for the part of Robin Hood.
Ed distrusts a bewiskered new neighbor.
Ed insists on personally reviving the Pony Express.
Ed becomes the unwitting drop for bank-robbery loot.
Ed wants Wilbur to install a heater in the barn.
Ed objects to a dragonlike carousel animal in his barn.
Ridiculed for glasses, Ed wants contact lenses.
Ed brings home a mare about to foal.
A bad shock causes Ed to talk backward.
The Air Force wants Ed for a sentry animal.
Ed campaigns to prevent horseback riding.
Ed stows away on the Posts' cruise ship.
Because of Ed, the colonel thinks he has won a contest.
Ed decides to open a juice stand.
The colonel challenges Wilbur and Ed to a horse race.
Ed becomes interested in finding his father.
Wilbur accuses Ed of swiping an unfriendly parrot.
Wilbur buys a plane, so Ed wants flying lessons.
The colonel's wealthy friend wants to ride Ed.
Ed refuses to admit he has been stealing Carol's pies.
Ed writes to Dear Abby when he wants a bachelor stall.
The colonel loses a small fortune to a pool hustler.
Wilbur's anniversary gift of a stereo displeases Carol.
Wilbur helps Kirkwood prepare for a party.
Ed buys his own saddle after Wilbur refuses.
Wilbur tries to track down a neighborhood prowler.
Ed wants to be a one-horse band in Carol's variety show.
Ed decides to borrow a truck and go for a drive.
Ed wants Mae West to adopt him.
Ed persuades Wilbur to take in an old swaybacked horse.
Ed wants a Gypsy fortuneteller to read his hoof.
Ed begins to wonder if he is actually a donkey.
Ed finds misadventure in the desert.
Carol hires a Japanese exchange student to help Wilbur.
Ed is dismayed to learn he is to be part of a magic trick.
Ed wants Wilbur to take him to the family dentist.
The Posts and Kirkwoods agree to baby-sit an infant.
Mr. Ed tells Wilber the real story of Christmas: That if it had not been for a horse, gift giving could never have been accomplished.
Col. Kirkwood buys the house next to the Posts'.
Wilbur lets his former C.O. park his trailer in the yard.
Wilbur helps Ed look taller to impress a French filly.
Ed wants Wilbur's client to help save a children's zoo.
Ed tries to redraw blueprints eaten by a goat.
Wilbur and his brother-in-law go to a masquerade ball dressed as a horse.
Ed invites three hobos to stay at Wilbur's house.
Roger objects when Wilbur wins a miniature horse.
Ed relates his version of Columbus' discovery of America.
Wilbur vacillates between demands from Roger and Ed.
Ed calls Leo Durocher with some baseball tips.
Roger finds expectant uncle Ed's list of foals' names.
Wilbur takes the blame when Ed tears down Roger's TV antenna.
Ed decides to free all the captive birds in the area.
A disguised Ed flees to the zoo when Addison wants him to pose for a photo contest.
Ed becomes addicted to apples from Roger's orchard.
Wilbur's father decides to remarry.
Carol and Kay get jobs, leaving the men to do housework.
Carol and Kay talk their husbands into joining a hunt club.
Wilbur tries to clear a man accused of doping a racehorse.
After losing his job, Ed wants to collect unemployment.
Ed helps Wilbur rescue Roger from card sharks.
A collector covets Wilbur's horseshoe rocking-chair.
Wilbur decides to ignore Ed and take up bicycling.
Ed must fill in for a circus horse that jumps through fire.
Ed's romantic interests get Wilbur in serious trouble.
Wilbur and Ed model for a statue of Paul Revere.
Wilbur becomes the unexpected hit of a local variety show.
Ed relates to Wilbur the real story of Thanksgiving.
Ed wants Wilbur to throw a birthday party for him.
Wilbur falls into a lion's cage while retrieving a kite.
Roger wants to trade a bridle path for a golf course.
Roger's mother-in-law upsets Wilbur's plans with Ed.
Carol and Kay want to help a young man open a hair salon.
Ed agrees to go into show business with Wilbur.
Ed will not admit he caused the newsboy to lose his job.
A knock from a bucket of carrots leaves Ed with amnesia.
Ed plays Cupid for the new neighbors' teenage daughter.
A party line allows Ed to romance Clint Eastwood's horse.
Roger's new polygraph causes problems all around.
Beatniks invade the Addisons' beachfront property.
The Addisons announce plans to move back East.
Ed thinks he is beginning to bald.
Carol unknowingly signs a local petition banning horses.
Wilbur and Roger have a dispute over a birthday gift.
Wilbur wants Ed to appear with George Burns in Las Vegas.
Ed tries to help when Roger's racehorse is ill.
Carol's father visits while Ed is on a diet.
Ed comes to enjoy living with Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Ed wants to know if he is named in Wilbur's will.
Carol resents the time Wilbur spends with ailing Ed.
Roger and Wilbur become partners in backing a wrestler.
A magician's elephant drives Ed to distraction.
Ed goes to great lengths to get a television.
After saving a girl, Ed receives a lavish invitation.
Ed refuses to write another hit song for Kay's brother.
Ed protests when the Posts and Addisons go hunting.
Ed objects when the barn is to be used as a polling place.
An old buddy urges Wilbur to enter a horse-jumping contest.
Ed wants the barn redecorated before the house.
Ed wants to know his ancestry before posing for a statue.
Ed feels abandoned when Wilbur rents a downtown office.
Ed, feeling old, decides he wants a son.
Ed wants Wilbur to sell him to a builder who has a filly.
Despite protests, Ed is left behind while Wilbur and Carol take a vacation.
Wilbur tries to win a huge jackpot, with Ed's help.
Ed runs into a 'cry wolf' situation when he lies to Wilbur.
Carol is surprised when Wilbur mumbles another woman's name in his sleep.
According to Addison, Wilbur can land a new contract if he makes himself look older.
Ed calls the SPCA and reports he has been misused.
Ed pitches in to help a new neighborhood boy feel welcome.
Pandemonium reigns when Wilbur's handyman squirts water on a magazine photographer.
The Posts' new cook threatens to leave because there are no eligible men around.
Wilbur engages a psychiatrist to cure Ed's acrophobia.
Ed resorts to trickery to get rid of a new pet poodle.
Wilbur manages to get one of Ed's songs recorded.
Wilbur profits from Ed's horse-racing tips.
Ed wants Wilbur to buy his mother, a plow-horse.
Wilbur is thrown in a Mexican jail after he refuses to pay a mechanic's repair bill.
An antique statue causes headaches for Wilbur.
Ed teaches some new phrases to a visiting parrot.
Ed uses desperate measures to get back his barn phone.
A famous film filly falls head over hooves for Ed.
A sorority kidnaps college-mascot Ed.
Ed wreaks havoc in Carol's garden.
Ed runs away from a boarding stable.
Busy Carol begins to neglect Wilbur.
Ed helps Wilbur get a contract to construct a club house.
New homeowner Wilbur discovers he has a talking palomino.