Business professionals (Carol and Harvey) discuss his marriage proposal in the style of a business meeting. Dinah Shore sings "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover". Tim's plays the oldest living butcher with Harvey as an impatient customer. "Went With The Wind," a "Gone With The Wind" spoof features Carol as Starlet O'Hara, Vicki as Sissy, Tim as Brashley Wilkes, Dinah as Melody, and Harvey as Capt. Rat Butler. A musical salute to New Orleans with "Basin Street Blues" as the centerpiece.Watch Now:Amazon
Mrs. Wiggins (Carol) has a millionaire date (guest Rock Hudson) for lunch, but she wants to dump him; Steve Lawrence sings "You Take My Heart Away"; a husband-and-wife news team bicker while anchoring a newscast; and a salute to the music of composer Jule Styne including including "People", "Together", "Small World" and "Everything's Coming up Roses".Watch Now:Amazon
The Sweathogs remember how they tried to buy a used car from Vinnie's uncle.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Freddie and Juan plan to do an act together for the upcoming talent contest, while Carvelli has some bribed judges up his sleeves. Arnold and Beau take over as judges, leaving Murray in the third spot.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The Charwoman meets Charlie Chaplin (guest Gloria Swanson); in another "Carol & Sis" sketch, an elevator operator in Carol and Roger's new apartment building has a crush on her; a mistress (Vicki) tells all to a radio call-in show about a man (Lyle) with whom she's having an affair, while his unsuspecting wife (Carol) listens to every word; and an "Old Folks" sketch. Gloria Swanson performs "A New-Fangled Tango" and Carol sings "Without a Word, Without a Sound".Watch Now:Amazon
A doctor about to take a trip to Hawaii gets a going-away gift from his patients, but their neuroses ruin the festivities; guest George Carlin spoofs record offer advertisements; a recurring series of sketches of a construction worker seeking several ways to try to get rid of his wife; Ken and Vicki perform "My Cutie's Due at Two-to-Two Today" with the dancers; a dentist wreaks revenge on her ex-husband who's her patient; and for the close, a musical finale about two penniless bums.Watch Now:Amazon
Jack gets a job on a cruise ship and is invited to take only one guest. He has a choice between Janet and Chrissy and he sure doesn't want to take Lana of all people. So he makes it so Mr. Furley can go on the trip with Lana, who thinks that jack will be on the ship waiting for her.
Jacks wants to be aggressive to get the better of Mr. Travers.Watch Now:iTunes
Confusion arises when Roger's plans to buy a puppy from a girl in school lead Mama and Bill to think he got the girl pregnant.Watch Now:Amazon
Jeannie has been assigned to become the training instructor of a new genie. Unfortunately, he is slow to learn and inept in being able to control his powers. Further disaster is about to rain down on the Nelson household when he is notified that the President of the United States is planning to visit Tony at his home.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Mike and Gloria ponder Joey's fate should they both die.
an installment of "As the Stomach Turns" with a close encounter of a different kind; guest Steve Martin attempts to perform a comic act for dogs; a deranged bag lady (Carol) gets an older middle-class man (Tim) into trouble; Mama and Eunice visit Ellen (guest Betty White) and wreak havoc there in another "Family" sketch; and a "Late, Late Movie" presentation of "Beach Blanket Boo-Boo" (a spoof of 1960's "Beach Party" movies with Steve in the Frankie Avalon role and Carol as Annette Funicello).
Vinnie throws the Sweathogs out of his new apartment.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Arnold's relationship with Mary gets serious. Then he finds out he has to move and leave the school. Upset, Arnold decides to propose marriage to Mary. She accepts.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Arnold gets upset when the other Sweathogs tease him about not being able to provide for Mary, and he vanishes. Mary finds him and convinces him not to worry, and the two get married.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A traveling encyclopedia salesman (guest Dick Van Dyke) tries to peddle his wares at the home of a bickering couple (Carol, Harvey); guest Tony Randall performs "Madeira, M'Dear?"; two men (Tony, Dick) argue over a $10 loan while on vacation in Hawaii; Dick performs "Ballin' the Jack" with the dancers; a couple (Carol, Tony) have an argument over body signals; and a mini-musical based on the lyrics of Ira Gershwin.
Jennie gets a chance to sing on cable tv -- if she can leap the hurdle of Allie's excessive enthusiasm.