Based on the Saturday Evening Post cartoons, the series centered around Hazel Burke, a maid, who for the first four seasons worked for the Baxter family. George Baxter was the head of the family which consisted of his wife, Dorothy and their son, Harold. Hazel ran the household and often preempted George's authority. The next door neighbors, Herbert and Harriet Johnson were occasionally seen. When the series moved to CBS in the fall of 1965, Hazel was given a new family to look after. George and Dorothy were transferred to the Middle East leaving Hazel and Harold behind. They moved in with George's brother, Steve and his family, which consisted of Steve's wife, Barbara and their daughter Susie.
Harold realizes there is a Mother's Day and a Father's Day, but no day to celebrate Hazel. So the family makes the next Sunday as Hazel's Day a grand celebration.Watch Now:Amazon
It's Thanksgiving, and the Baxter's have company. George's sister is there, upset with her husband. George's mother talks of being lonely. Hazel steps in and helps each of them while trying to get the dinner made.
George & Dorothy get into a squabble, and Hazel helps patch things up.Watch Now:iTunes
Hazel learns that her successful cousin Sybil is going to be married and immediately makes plans to attend the wedding.Watch Now:Amazon
George and Dorothy's nightly television viewing has been getting interupted by Hazel who's excuse is that her television set in her room is broken. This leads to George taking her down to the store to by her one, which is where she decides to get a color TV and quickly becomes the talk of the town.
Hazel learns that a neighbor just had air conditioning installed. The maid at that house is a friend of hers who brags how her place has air conditioning. Hazel pesters Mr B to have air conditioning installed at his house.
Hazel is in no mood to be the perfect maid to an important client of George's after she gets a parking ticket that she is sure she didn't deserve. Although, the fine is only a couple of dollars, Hazel wants George to represent her and help her prove that she wan't at fault.
When Hazel plays matchmaker between George's niece and her own nephew, George's sister doesn't like it one bit.
Hazel is snubbed by other vacationers at a resort.Watch Now:Amazon
George decides to hire an assistant to help him at his law office. Hazel thinks it is a great idea and has a neighbor's son in mind. However, George hires a woman who just happens to be gorgeous.
While the Baxters are out for the evening, Hazel entertains dinner guests who arrive at their house on the wrong night.
Hazel gives up her day off to prepare food for Dorothy's luncheon.Watch Now:Amazon
Hazel organizes a pajama party for a motherless girl.
A competitor of Dorothy's is trying to get her to join her interior decorating business but Dorothy is content with her own small business despite few customers. This prompts Hazel to try to influence the new neighbors into hiring Dorothy to furnish their home.
Harold is out playing and finds an abandoned dog and brings him home. Hazel and Dorothy are overjoyed but the joy becomes fear when they remember that George forbids a dog in the house. This leads them to plot together to convince George to let Harold keep the dog.
Dorothy must have a piano she sees at an antique auction.
Hazel discovers that the artist who painted her portrait is now famous.
George Baxter grumbles when Hazel spends half her time helping the neighbors but when she brings home one of their babies - and asks him to be its sitter - he puts his foot down.
While trying to teach Harold how to kick a football, Hazel realizes that what is needed in town is a playground for the children. This leads her to go all out to try to get one despite George and his clients' opinion.
Mr. Griffin asks Hazel to marry him after buying a house in the neighborhood.
Hazel has one gift to buy before Christmas and it's for Dorothy. However, when she discovers she doesn't have enough money for it, she gets a job at a department store and encounters a shoplifter.Watch Now:Amazon
Hazel's friend Rosie brags that she has a contract, Hazel decides she wants one also. George decides to give Hazel what she wants.Watch Now:iTunes
Hazel plays Nurse for Mr. B & Missy as she taking care of the ill Baxters around the house after getting caught the flu. It's up to Hazel to get them better with a dose of medicine until Harold is the last Baxter to get caught by the flu.Watch Now:Amazon
It's that time of the year when Hazel begins warming George up to the idea of a raise but this year, he absolutely refuses, leaving Hazel furious. Later, when Hazel falls and hurts herself, she decides to draw up a will, but George thinks she's planning a lawsuit against him.Watch Now:Amazon
Man's innate stubbornness is the topic of this episode. Mr. Baxter is tired of getting telephone calls from salesmen, so he stubbornly insists on switching to an unlisted number. The switch is made, but he loses the new number and stubbornly insists he remembers it. Of course, he doesn't and all the family's calls are going to a small taxicab company.Watch Now:Amazon