Wally borrows Ward's new car while Ward and June are away for the weekend and breaks a headlight. He hurries to get the damage fixed before his parents return but resolves to tell his father the whole story.Watch Now:Amazon
Dennis wants to help out for Paint-up, Clean-up week. So Mr. Wilson gives Dennis a bucket of red paint to paint his wagon with. Dennis however also decides to paint the street curve by Mr. Wilson's house and Mr. Wilson gets blamed for it.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver is mystified and embarrassed when the television program on which he was a panelist does not appear as scheduled.Watch Now:Amazon
On advice from his friends, Beaver writes to a newspaper advice columnist complaining that his parents are too strict.Watch Now:Amazon
Lumpy is awarded an athletic scholarship to the state university, but it is revoked due to low grades in an academic subject. Ward intercedes on his behalf.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver's ego gets the better of him after he scores the winning touchdown at a football game and becomes the center of attention.Watch Now:Amazon
Gilbert convinces Beaver to do his book report on The Three Musketeers by watching the movie, and eventually Beaver gives in without realizing that the movie has very little to do with the plot of the book.Watch Now:Amazon
Wally expresses an interest in joining a fraternity on campus, and Ward offers to write a letter to Alpha Kappa on behalf of Wally and Eddie. Wally worries when an older State student informs him that Alpha Kappa is one of the worst houses on campus.Watch Now:Amazon
When Wally throws a party and doesn't invite Beaver, Beaver plans to spoil the party with tricks and jokes from the "Magic Shop."Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver comes to Ward for help on the night before a poetry assignment is due. This prompts Ward to totally take over the project and writes the whole poem himself. Things get complicated when Beaver wins an award for the poem and Ward is faced with explaining the truth to Beaver's principal.Watch Now:iTunes
Wally and Eddie take a job parking cars at a wedding reception, but end up working for nothing when Eddie mistakenly parks one of the cars in a restricted zone.Watch Now:Amazon
Upset when a classmate tells him he looks like a sheepdog, Beaver tries several different kinds of pomade to tame his unruly hair.Watch Now:Amazon
After Ward lectures him about showing consideration for others, Beaver befriends a tramp who proceeds to make himself at home in the Cleaver house.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver becomes good friends with a classmate, Linda Dennison. However, their relationship is blown out of proportion by Beaver's classmates who begin to tease him and goad him into insulting Linda, to prove that she isn't his girl.Watch Now:iTunes
Beaver insists on attending the Father and Sons banquet in regular clothes because he thinks that's how the other boys will be dressed. Ward comes to the rescue when Beaver arrives and finds that he's the only one without a sport coat and tie.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver and Gilbert agree to make funny faces for the class picture, but when Gilbert decides not to go through with it at the very last moment, Beaver is left looking like a fool all by himself.Watch Now:Amazon
Ward gives his spare baseball ticket to Wally after Beaver announces he's already made plans. When Beaver's plans fall through, he asks his father to get an extra ticket, but the game is sold out.Watch Now:Amazon
Larry and Beaver find themselves tardy for the third time this week and decide to skip altogether. However, they quickly find themselves being caught when they inadvertently walk on the set of a live TV show.
After Gilbert convinces Beaver to ditch the rest of the year's homework, Beaver fails to find his diploma in the teacher's office and thinks he isn't going to graduate.Watch Now:Amazon
When his girlfriend falls for a new, mature student, Wally grows a mustache in order to show her he's not as juvenile as she thinks. Ward explains that it's best for Wally to just be himself.Watch Now:Amazon
Wally develops a crush on the girl who works at the box office, but she is not as wholesome as she appears, and they realize they have little in common.Watch Now:Amazon
Eddie quits school to work at the garage for $80 a week, but soon realizes that despite the new clothes and lifestyle, he misses his best friend and even school.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver caddies at the same golf club where Ward is a member and witnesses a golfer "fix" his score to win a bet.Watch Now:Amazon
Aunt Martha offers to send Beaver to a prep school attended by several generations of June's family. Excited by the activities and opportunities, Beaver gladly accepts, until he realizes that he'll have to leave friends and family behind.Watch Now:Amazon
In the mistaken belief that it won't cost him more than 87 cents a week, Beaver signs up for a record club without reading the contract.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver wins a 14-carat gold necklace at a carnival and decides to give it to his school crush, whose parents decide that the gift is too expensive and send it back, creating a misunderstanding about the locket's origins.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver and his rival, Penny Woods, both reluctantly come to the conclusion that the other isn't so bad after all when Beaver's invited to her going-away party.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver, Gilbert and Richard have to find a home for their new burro!Watch Now:Amazon
Wally has to impress his date's father before he's allowed to take her to an all-night party. As they're leaving in the morning, a stray drunk knocks her into a fountain, and her father assumes the damage was done at the party.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver and his old friend Jackie are excited about their weekend together until they come to the startling realization that they're actually bored of one another.Watch Now:Amazon
When June finds pamphlets for the merchant marines in Wally's dresser, she and Ward fear that Wally is considering joining up.Watch Now:Amazon
Ward agrees to let Lumpy to drive his car, but Lumpy gets the car stuck along a dirt road "shortcut."Watch Now:Amazon
Wally's embarrassed when his date, Evelyn, ends up driving the two of them to the school dance.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Beaver reluctantly agrees to go on a double date with his brother, but his girl backs out.Watch Now:Amazon
Eddie announces he'll be spending his summer aboard a fishing boat in Alaska and encourages Lumpy and Wally to join him. Their parents refuse, and Eddie has second thoughts himself when he finds out he'll spend the summer chopping chum.Watch Now:Amazon
Beaver finds himself in an awkward situation when he has to push Penny Woods' old doll stroller down the street in order to salvage its wheels for his used mini race car.Watch Now:Amazon
Wally finds himself with his first driving ticket after he saves his father's car from an accident that would have been caused by Beaver's clumsiness.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Beaver's bragged to all his friends that his parents think he's too old for a babysitter. When they go out for an evening, Beaver has to figure out a way to hide Judy, the babysitter beaver's parents changed their minds about.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Beaver is embarrassed after he sees the bunny costume he's supposed to wear for the school pageant.
Ward's Uncle Billy arrives to stay for the weekend. He gives the boys some pocket money, which Beaver uses to see a movie. Beaver's caught trying to let his friend in through the side door, and is upset when "fun" Uncle Billy sides with the theater manager.
When Eddie moves out on his own, Ward and June worry that Wally may want to follow suit. However, when Wally sees the messy state in which Eddie is living, he tries to convince his friend to move back home.
It's love at first sight when Wally meets Margie, the young girl who comes over to help June with the housecleaning. But as Wally's heart begins to swell, his grades and track participation begin to suffer. Can June get Wally back to old form?
Beaver has been having trouble in English and Ward persuades Wally to tutor him. Wally has Beaver look over an old exam that he once took and to Beaver's surprise, the next day, his teacher gives him the exact same test, which he of course he aces. However, Beaver is left with a guilty conscience.Watch Now:iTunes
For the first time, Wally doesn't want to join the rest of the family on their annual summer vacation, instead choosing to stay closer to his girlfriend, Lori Anne.
When Beaver and Wally's horseplay causes them to miss their deadline in getting the garage and yard in order, they decide to take matters -- and the trash -- into their own hands!
Beaver's ego gets the best of him after his class elects him Junior Fire Chief. Can Ward talk Beaver out of his power trip?
To prove there's no soup inside a giant cup on a billboard, Beaver climbs up and accidentally falls in. Unfortunately for Beaver, he's too short to climb back out of the cup!
When Beaver goes to the amusement park with Wally and his friends, his fear of the roller coasters just may be the boys' savior.
Hoping to make enough money to go halfsies on a new surfboard, Beaver rushes to get a paper route, but someone beats him to it. When Beaver finds out the new paperboy is actually a papergirl, he rethinks his scheme to get her fired.
Having decided he's too old for birthday parties and presents, Beaver collects birthday money from family members. But instead of saving it, he decides to spend it..Watch Now:iTunes