While saving Harriet in the Lawsons' new pool, Vicki ""drowns"" and lands in the hospital under X-rays with a bewildered doctor.Watch Now:Amazon
The family go to Mrs. Rossini's apartment for Thanksgiving. Angela is disgusted by the antiquated custom of women waiting on men, hand and foot. She also feels threatened by one of the guests, an attractive young girl who used to know Tony and is interested in him romantically. Meanwhile, Mona appears in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as one of Santa's elves.Watch Now:Amazon
Mama's shifty ex-husband comes back into the picture and plays with her feelings to score some cash.
The wife of Mona's brother has died. But to go to heaven she must make Mona reconcile with her brother. Tony is picked out as the mediator.Watch Now:Amazon
Mr. Drummond is in "double-trouble" when Willis and Arnold decide to get him a date. Feeling a little lonely, Drummond tells the kids what he needs is a little companionship, so they decide to call a computer dating service.
Joe, Mrs. Rossini's husband, has cleared off with a woman from the neighborhood. Now Tony should help out at Mrs. Rossini's fish store until they have found a replacement.Watch Now:Amazon
Angela's sorotory sister from college comes around and takes an interest in Tony.Watch Now:Amazon
A wealthy international client of Angela's sends his daughter to handle his affairs. She takes a liking to Tony, who agrees to be her escort. But Angela soon feels that she forced the woman on Tony, and goes to break them up.Watch Now:Amazon
Mona has caught herself another man. But Cliff also falls for Mrs. Rossini who lives at Angela's for some days. Cliff can't decide on one of the both, so a fight for Cliff arises between the two women.
Kimberly, fed up with her father's smothering, elects to spend a ski weekend with a popular boy, but her meddling family can't manage to stay away.Watch Now:Amazon
When 13-year-old Arnold is notified to register for the draft, Drummond's over reaction to the obvious error turns Arnold's dreams into nightmares.Watch Now:Amazon
Arnold's poor dental checkup and a visit by Drummond's health-conscious sister, Sophia, launches Drummond on a campaign to have "junk" food machines banned from Arnold's school, even though Arnold's drive for his class' presidency may depend on keeping the machines in place.
Kimberly's 18th birthday present from daddy -- a trust fund -- will make her a wealthy woman, but her free-spirited dreams of independence could be cut short when Drummond discovers just how she intends to spend her "fortune."
Aunt Sophia's matchmaking unites an unsuspecting Drummond with her "working-class" hairdresser, but a slip of Arnold's tongue ignites charges that Drummond is a snob, turning a "budding romance" into a roaring feud.