It seemed that Eddie Haskell rarely called others by their real names, preferring "hip" replacements like "Sam" to better fit his "cool" image. This happened more often towards the end of the series, particularly in Season 6. When talking about parents, his own or others, he often called them "Wardens". When addressing Beaver, he would use names like "Squirt", "Junior" or "Sonny". Of course, most of Eddie's alternate-name references, particularly "Sam", refer to Wally. The following list gives a rich portrait of just how varied the "alternate-name-calling" - always good-spirited - could be. (All references are Eddie speaking to Wally, unless otherwise noted.) In Leave It to Beaver: New Doctor
(1958) : "Cut it out, Rock (Hudson) - who do you think you're kiddin'?" In Leave It to Beaver: The Hypnotist
(1960) : "Muscles." In Leave It to Beaver: Beaver's Big Contest
(1960) : "Come on, Charlie." In Leave It to Beaver: Chuckie's New Shoes
(1960) : Eddie, mocking Wally's romantic relationships, refers to him as "Lover". In Leave It to Beaver: Beaver Goes in Business
(1961) : "Look, Orville." In Leave It to Beaver: Beaver's Fear
(1962) : In a rare instance of someone other than Eddie using an alternate name, Lumpy says to Wally, "Let's get with it, Gertrude." In Leave It to Beaver: Eddie Quits School
(1962) : "Hold the inventory, Mortimer"; "They're not a pair of sneakers, Elwood"; and "Don't get hasty, Gertrude." In Leave It to Beaver: Beaver's Laundry
(1962) : "I'm with you, Claude"; and turnabout's fair play, when Wally says to Eddie, "Start moppin', Sam." In Leave It to Beaver: Lumpy's Car Trouble
(1962) : "But Agnes, this is a short cut"; and "Relax, Clyde." In Leave It to Beaver: The Yard Birds
(1962) : referring to yard work: "Come on Moe, drop the hoe"; and "Come on, Isabel." In Leave It to Beaver: A Night in the Woods
(1962) : "Look, Davy Crockett"; "Hang on to your Stetson, Gretchen"; and "Hold it, Maisie." In Leave It to Beaver: Un-Togetherness
(1962) : "I wanted to see you, too, Gwendolyn." In Leave It to Beaver: Wally's Dinner Date
(1962) : "I hate to say this, Gertrude." In Leave It to Beaver: Eddie, the Businessman
(1962) : "Let's go, Cornelius"; "Look, Elwood"; and "Don't get excited, Gladys." In Leave It to Beaver: The Party Spoiler
(1962) : arriving at Wally's party: "Hey, where's the band, Lionel?"; in the kitchen with Beaver: "Hey, Duncan Hines, get your grubby little paws off the food"; "Very funny, Leroy"; and "Look, Clyde." In Leave It to Beaver: The Mustache
(1963) : "You're out, Clyde - o-u-g-h-t, out!" In Leave It to Beaver: Wally Buys a Car
(1963) : "Hi, Sam Benedict." In Leave It to Beaver: The Parking Attendants
(1963) : to Beaver: "You stay out of this, Boy Creep"; and to Wally: "Kidding, Alice, kidding." In Leave It to Beaver: More Blessed to Give
(1963) : to Gilbert: "You stay out of this, Hydrant-Head"; "Remind me to tell your mother what a good cook she is, Homer"; to Beaver: "Wait a minute, Clyde"; also to Beaver: "You better head for the hills, Sir Lancelot." In Leave It to Beaver: The Credit Card
(1963) : "Listen, Gertrude"; "No Hurry, Elwood"; "What da ya say, Stella"; and "OK, Gertrude, heh, heh, heh." In Leave It to Beaver: Box Office Attraction
(1963) : "Look, Mr Peepers"; and "I'll see you in the car, Rodney." In Leave It to Beaver: Lumpy's Scholarship
(1963) : "You gotta keep on the ball, Irma." In Leave It to Beaver: The Silent Treatment
(1963) : to Beaver: "You're all right, Charlie." In Leave It to Beaver: Wally and the Fraternity
(1963) : "Hold it, Alvin. hold it." In Leave It to Beaver: The All-Night Party
(1963) : to Lumpy: "Come on, Fat Stuff." See more
I'm going to change my clothes and finish painting those trash cans myself; the boys ran out on the job.
Well dear you can't blame them too much, they went over to see the big fire at the lumber yard.
Yes, they couldn't resist it, and after all they are just boys.
Tom Corton's lumber yard?
Yes, it's been on the radio. Why, they've called out fire companies from all over.
Well it must be quite a fire.
Yes, it must be.
June, I wonder if you'd go out to the garage and put those brushes in ...