Kaye and Eve try out for the lead role in the annual Ladies Club opera.
Kaye and Eve must get jobs after their husbands discover their excessive use of credit cards.
Eve and Kaye compete for a part as Don Rickles' partner at the lodge benefit.
Kaye becomes jealous of Roger's new secretary (Joi Lansing).
The in-laws argue over who will use the two theater tickets that arrived in the mail.
When Jerry gets ill, the in-laws decide to take his place in his nightclub act.
Kaye and Eve rent out the vacant apartment to a black man (Scoey Mitchell).
Kaye and Eve enter a cereal contest trying to win money for the twins' college education.
The mothers volunteer to baby-sit so Suzie and Jerry and can get away for a weekend.
The newly hired nanny (Jeanette Nolan) is too strict for the new grandmothers.
The parents argue over names after Suzie gives birth to twins.
Kaye and Eve lose Suzie on the way to the hospital.
The parents decide to add an extra room to Jerry and Suzie's apartment.
Kaye's bandleader ex-boyfriend (Ozzie Nelson) suddenly appears.
Eve and Herb take extreme measures to avoid Kaye and Roger.
The in-laws are stunned when Jerry and Suzie announce their plans to move to Alaska.
Suzie takes a job baby-sitting animals in an effort to earn extra money.
Suzie gives away Jerry's jacket, unaware that their parents hid money in a pocket as an anniversary gift.
Kaye and Eve each buy the kids a new puppy.
The Buells and the Hubbards want to get roles in an upcoming movie with Raphael del Gado (Desi Arnaz).
Roger's and Herb's mothers (Barbara Morrison, Doris Packer) arrive for a visit.
Eve and Kaye decide they need to do improve their lives.
Flashbacks explain how the Buells and Hubbards became neighbors.
The wives think the men are planning to take them on a Hawaiian cruise.
The in-laws try to help Jerry save his job at a computer dating service.
When Kaye's mother (Jeanette Nolan) visits from Italy, Jerry and Suzie agree to renew their wedding vows.
The Buells and Hubbards invest in a rock group called The Warts.
A visit from Herb's former girlfriend (Beverly Garland) makes Eve jealous.
A blizzard strands the Buells and the Hubbards in a mountain cabin.
The in-laws take sides when Suzie will not allow Jerry to play poker with the guys.
Kaye cannot keep a secret about Roger's new project.
Herb is offended when the couples evenly split a restaurant bill although Roger and Kaye had the more expensive meals.
Kaye thinks Roger is attracted to the blonde wig she borrowed from Eve.
Eve uses Herb's secret stash of money to pay off a debt to Roger.
Eve steps in when Herb's secretary calls in sick.
Jerry and Suzie bring the feuding in-laws to a group therapy session.
The in-laws argue over possession of a boat they won on a TV game show.
The Hubbards and the Buells travel to Mexico.
An unexpected visit from an old bullfighting friend surprises the Hubbards.
The mothers' constant meddling force Jerry and Suzie to consider moving out.
Eve's and Kaye's attempt to write a TV script fails when it's discovered that they stole the idea from another writer.
After an argument, Roger challenges Herb to a duel.
Problems result when Eve gives her old refrigerator to Kaye.
The kids pretend to get a divorce in order to teach their mothers a lesson.
Kay and the Hubbards uses disguises to rescue Roger from jail.
Both sets of in-laws enter a bicycle race.
A bank robber (Larry Storch) on the run hides out in the Hubbards' home.
Eve helps Kaye sell her famous spaghetti and meatballs on campus to help pay off Suzie's ring.
The Hubbards and Buells help Jerry get a part in the school play.
Roger and Herb are kicked out after admitting they'd like to have an affair with Elizabeth Taylor.
Kaye and Eve both audition for parts in the same play.
The newlyweds move into the apartment above the Hubbards' garage.
Kate and Eve spend a night locked inside a store.
Both Kaye (Kaye Ballard) and Eve (Eve Arden) wind up with a broken leg after a skiing accident.
The newlyweds have their honeymoon disrupted when their parents show up at the same resort.
The Hubbards and Buells argue over their children's wedding plans.