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.
George gets a flag as a gift from the Defense Department so Hazel tries to get him to buy a flagpole so he can fly it.
Suzy is unhappy when Barbara enrolls her in charm school, at Deirdre's insistence.
Gus, a friend of Hazel's, is caught with a bugging device while in a department store and is accused of being a spy for a rival store.
A quick tempered opera singer is pacified by Hazel's boyfriend, Enzo.
Unwanted houseguests invade the Baxter home and Hazel tries to help the Baxter get rid of them and their untrained dog.
Hazel is all excited because a famous golfer, Tony Lema, is going to be at the airport but once she's their, problems arise.
Harold's friend wants to pass the membership test to join the boyscouts so in steps Hazel to help him.
While in Malibu, Hazel and her friend Gracie get mixed up with gangsters. Gracie's employer is a gangster and a meeting is scheduled at his home which is where Hazel and Gracie become prisoners.
Being held prisoner, Hazel and Gracie concoct a plan to get help. This leads to some close calls as Hazel plans to slip tranquilizers into the gangster's scrambled eggs.
George's sister, Dierdre and her husband, Harry get into a fight which leads to a break up. So Hazel tries to get them back together.
While Dorothy is away on a trip, Hazel sees George having dinner with a pretty woman and jumps to the wrong conclusion.
George is fed up with Hazel always snooping in his business and Hazel is fed up with him snooping in hers, they each make a promise to just mind their own business.
A desk that may or may not have belonged to Abraham Lincoln is given to George as a gift.
Dorothy goes away for a couple days to visit her sister and George gets down in the dumps so Hazel tries to cheer him up.
George has a new client who is from Italy. Hazel decides to make a real Italian dish, but has to learn Italian so she can read the recipes.
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Hazel wants to do something to help some poor children so she presents a charity auction.
Harold's image of his father is shattered by a visiting athlete's boast that he once 'licked' George when they were children.
Rose and her niece Laurie visit Hazel. Laurie lives on a farm and tells everyone about the sheep having problems keeping warm due to being sheared too soon. Hazel talks Mr. Griffin into buying sweaters for the sheep.
After Mr. Griffin buys the local dairy, George has to fire Hazel's friend, the Baxter's milkman.
Dorothy, an interior decorator, is having problems with her latest customer. The woman is unhappy with her work and brings a lawsuit against her.
Hazel tries to convince George that he would be the perfect candidate for city councilman.
The owner of an Italian restaurant needs some extra help since his wife is pregnant, thus Hazel and the Baxters get jobs in the restaurant.
George's sister is cast as a maid in a play and Hazel becomes her coach since being a maid is her profession.
The Governor is scheduled to visit the Baxter home for lunch while student protesters decide to stakeout the home awaiting his arrival.
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