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.
Mr. Wilson puts on a magic show for Dennis' birthday and asks Spring Byington to be his assistant.Watch Now:Amazon
Mr. Wilson purchases a rare coin for $250, but Dennis finds it and throws it in a wishing well, which was the town fountain.
The Baxters are planning a weekend ski trip to a lodge and Hazel is planning on going along to be in a snow contest with a man she has a crush on. However, Hazel may have to sit out of the race when George has to work unexpectedly and insists that Hazel stay with him while Harold go along ahead.
George's distant cousin moves in and Hazel quickly becomes sick of her and tries to get her to move out.
Dorothy discovers a mink coat in the house and jumps to the conclusion that it's a Christmas gift for her from George. Little does she know, Harry had bought if for Rita and asked George to hide it for him.
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.
Harold's image of his father is shattered by a visiting athlete's boast that he once 'licked' George when they were children.
Hazel takes it upon herself to paint a crosswalk in the street in front of the Baxter home and quickly finds herslef in court.
Dennis' father finds a bag of money in the gutter. He calls Mr. Wilson to witness what he's found, and they take it to the police station. They later learn that the money is counterfeit.
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 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.
Dennis tries to take care of his sick mother while his father is out of town.
Mr. Wilson builds a barbecue in his backyard with help from Dennis' friend, Fred Baines. They then realize something valuable was left inside, and it must be torn down.