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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
Year: 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Chip Off the Old Block

29 September 1960
Steve Douglas and his youngest son Chip are caught in the snares of designing women.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Little Ragpicker

6 October 1960
Chip collects items for the school's annual rag drive. One neighbor notices all the strange happenings at the Douglas home. Bub appears drunk, Robbie carries a dummy in the house, and Chip talks to the dummy and drops it out the window.

Season 1, Episode 3: Bub in the Ointment

13 October 1960
Bub tries to fit into family life, but the boys find things difficult when Bub speaks against a PTA mother, shows up at school with a forgotten lunch, and seems to interfere with girlfriends. Turns out, all the help was needed.

Season 1, Episode 4: Countdown

20 October 1960
A telecast of a countdown to a 1957 satellite launch provides the backdrop for a Monday morning in the Douglas household. Everyone seems to be unusually tired and for good reason: Bub accidentally set the clocks an hour ahead instead of turning them back one hour with the end of Daylight Savings Time.

Season 1, Episode 5: Brotherly Love

27 October 1960
Robbie finds out that a popular girl in school likes him, except she confuses Robbie with Mike. Unaware of this, Robbie ambushes Mike and pounces on him outside their front door after seeing them together, thinking Mike has moved in on her.

Season 1, Episode 6: Adjust or Bust

3 November 1960
After Steve visits the office of a potential client, a Major General with a motto of "Adjust or bust," he experiences a series of transportation inconveniences and missed connections while trying to get home in time to greet the General, who is also coming to his house for dinner.

Season 1, Episode 7: Lady Engineer

10 November 1960
Steve enjoys working with a woman engineer who is beautiful. He asks her out for dinner, but she is only interested in work.

Season 1, Episode 8: Chip's Harvest

17 November 1960
The Douglas's stove breaks down on Thanksgiving Day. There's no way to get it fixed that same day and every restaurant in town is booked. Meanwhile Chip befriends a Native American and invites him to dinner. He in turn shows how to roast a turkey outdoors without a grill.

Season 1, Episode 9: Raft on the River

24 November 1960
While Mike and Robbie go camping in the woods, Chip and Steve go "rafting" in the backyard.

Season 1, Episode 10: Lonesome George

1 December 1960
Lonesome George Gobel is in town for a benefit and escapes to the Douglas household for some "quiet" time.

Season 1, Episode 11: Spring Will Be a Little Late

8 December 1960
Robbie is overwhelmed when his mechanic friend, "Pig", puts on a dress and perfume and becomes the lovely Peggy.

Season 1, Episode 12: My Three Strikers

15 December 1960
The boys want a raise in their allowance, but Steve tells them that they are spending money recklessly and not doing their chores. Bub has been picking up the slack and doing their work for them. Everyone has bad dreams that night.

Season 1, Episode 13: The Elopement

22 December 1960
While working on a Social Studies project on teenage marriages for school Mike and his girlfriend Jean have everyone convinced that they've eloped.

Season 1, Episode 14: Mike's Brother

29 December 1960
Robbie is tired of all the teachers at school calling him "Mike's brother" and making comparisons about how each of the boys are different.

Season 1, Episode 15: Domestic Trouble

5 January 1961
When Bub has to go out of town for a few days, Steve asks Mike to call an agency and hire a maid. Mike asks Robbie to make the call, and Robbie asks Chip to make the call. Chip calls an agency but it is a marriage agency who matches people.

Season 1, Episode 16: Bub Leaves Home

12 January 1961
Steve's cousin Selena comes to visit and is only too happy to help around the house. When everyone is grateful for her help, Bub thinks he is being replaced and decides to take a job at a movie theater.

Season 1, Episode 17: Mike in a Rush

19 January 1961
Mike receives an invitation to a frat rush at the local college, then is eventually dropped because his college plans are perceived as being unclear.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Bully

26 January 1961
Chip wants to fight the school bully who has no interest in fighting with Chip.

Season 1, Episode 19: Organization Woman

2 February 1961
Steve's sister, an efficiency expert, pays a visit and within a few days transforms total chaos into a smooth, efficient household.

Season 1, Episode 20: Other People's Houses

9 February 1961
Robbie learns "the grass is always greener on the other side" when he is envious of his friend Hank's home, which seems perfect for a teenager. But Hank is envious of Robbie's life in a happy home and great family.

Season 1, Episode 21: The Delinquent

16 February 1961
Jean is upset when it seems Mike is never available in the evenings. Mike and Tim are building her a hi-fi set for her birthday.

Season 1, Episode 22: Man in a Trenchcoat

23 February 1961
Robbie's girlfriend Vivian suspects something is going on between Robbie and Judy (the same girl who confused Robbie with Mike) and asks her brother to follow them.

Season 1, Episode 23: Deadline

2 March 1961
Mike has to finish the layout and write a sports article for the school paper by himself in between running in a track meet and going to a dance with Jean.

Season 1, Episode 24: The Lostling

9 March 1961
Chip is tired of being the youngest brother, and wishes he could be older than someone. He gets his chance when a baby is left in Steve's car.

Season 1, Episode 25: Off Key

16 March 1961
Sudsy breaks his mother's piano and asks Chip to ask Robbie to fix it. Sudsy's mother is due to be home in just a few minutes and Robbie has to fix it fast.

Season 1, Episode 26: Small Adventure

23 March 1961
The Douglas' have their own small adventure when Steve is out of town on business. Tramp comes home with a live stick of dynamite and it is somewhere in the house.

Season 1, Episode 27: Soap Box Derby

30 March 1961
Robbie builds a race car for the soap box derby. Meanwhile, Steve is building a missile in a race against a competitor company.

Season 1, Episode 28: Unite or Sink

6 April 1961
To earn extra money, Mike and Robbie get a job painting a fence for a neighbor who's fence and yard are in a state of disrepair. The better the fence looks, the more that other neighbors help to restore the yard.

Season 1, Episode 29: The Wiley Method

13 April 1961
Robbie tries to get a date with a classmate who does not seem to be interested. Robbie tries the approach his teacher, Mr Wiley, uses in history class to get the students interested in what he is saying.

Season 1, Episode 30: The National Pastime

27 April 1961
Chip quits the baseball team after a few games where he did not play well. When his father is asked to be an umpire for the next game, Chip gets back into baseball thinking his father will call his hits favorably.

Season 1, Episode 31: The Croaker

4 May 1961
Chip brings his class frog home to take care of it for the weekend. Bub thinks Chips school frog looks like his Uncle Clancey. When the frog disappears, everyone joins the search.

Season 1, Episode 32: The Musician

11 May 1961
Robbie pretends to be someone he is not in order to impress a girl. He claims he likes classical music since she enjoys it.

Season 1, Episode 33: The Horseless Saddle

18 May 1961
Someone leaves a horse saddle at the Douglas' home for Bub.

Season 1, Episode 34: Trial by Separation

25 May 1961
With graduation only a week away, Mike and Jean agree not to call or see each other until then to see if they really are in love.

Season 1, Episode 35: The Sunday Drive

1 June 1961
A neighbor, Mr Pearson, wants to take a leisurely drive with his family. Beyond his control, the Douglas' join him and the drive is anything but relaxing.

Season 1, Episode 36: Fire Watch

8 June 1961
Mike plans an easy summer with a job with the forestry service. He plans on watching the trees and enjoying himself. He finds it is not an easy job when a fire starts and his boss is stranded and not able to help.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Birds and Bees

28 September 1961
Steve realizes it is time to talk to Chip about the birds and the bees when Tramp is father to puppies.

Season 2, Episode 2: Instant Hate

5 October 1961
New neighbors move in across from the Douglas', but they are not neighborly. Steve tells everyone to try to get along, but he finds it difficult when he is involved in a fender bender with his neighbor as he backs out of his driveway.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Crush

12 October 1961
Mike's new college girlfriend seems more interested in Steve than Mike. She wants Steve to help her with her trigonometry class.

Season 2, Episode 4: Tramp the Hero

26 October 1961
Chip's new friend brags about his dog, a German Shepard who performs tricks and is well behaved. Tramp pales in comparison. But, overnight, a pot left on a burning stove starts a fire; Tramp barks to warn everyone. Tramp becomes the hero.

Season 2, Episode 5: A Perfect Memory

2 November 1961
While Steve is out, a former girlfriend calls the house to ask him out for the evening. When Steve returns home, he tries to reach her, but now she is out. Steve reminisces about their previous relationship and recalls it as perfect.

Season 2, Episode 6: Bub's Lodge

9 November 1961
The three sons get involved in lodge and fraternity installations.

Season 2, Episode 7: A Lesson in Any Language

16 November 1961
Mike tries to learn Spanish by sleeping with a Spanish tape playing under his pillow. When he goes on a trip, Steve sleeps in Mike's bed since his own room is being painted. The auto timed recorder plays; Steve talks Spanish in the morning.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Ugly Duckling

23 November 1961
Robbie has to have a tutor in for his world literature class to help him pass. His tutor is a beautiful girl, and Robbie is more interested in her than in his studies.

Season 2, Episode 9: Chip's Composition

30 November 1961
Chip's school assignment is to write a paper about his mother. Since his mother is dead, he decides to write about Bub, the closest thing he has to a mother.

Season 2, Episode 10: Mike in Charge

7 December 1961
Mike is placed in charge of taking care of the house and his brothers when both Steve and Bub are out of town at the same time. He finds it a challenge, especially when Robbie and his friend go to the hospital after a school accident.

Season 2, Episode 11: Bub Goes to School

14 December 1961
When the boys continue to ask Bub for help with their homework, he realizes he does not have all the answers. He decides to go to night school for further education. He meets another student, and they both make up stories about their lives.

Season 2, Episode 12: Robbie's Band

21 December 1961
Robbie starts a musical band, with practice at his house. The other Douglas' cover their ears to drown out the noise. Steve helps them get in tune and even plays saxophone. When Mike's class needs a band for a dance, Robbie wants the job.

Season 2, Episode 13: Damon and Pythias

28 December 1961
Robbie feels like he is always following his brother's footsteps at school, so when it is time to join a club, he picks one that Mike never joined.

Season 2, Episode 14: Chip Leaves Home

4 January 1962
Chip runs away from home after feeling neglected, but when he gets downtown, he realizes home is safer.

Season 2, Episode 15: The Romance of Silver Pines

11 January 1962
While on a camping trip vacation without the other family members, Steve is matched to another camper by an older couple who loves to play matchmakers. Both Steve and Fran are initially reluctant.

Season 2, Episode 16: Blind Date

18 January 1962
Mike and Robbie each have dates the same night. Due to a mix up in names, Mike picks up Robbie's young date, and Robbie picks up an older woman meant for Mike.

Season 2, Episode 17: Second Time Around

25 January 1962
A former girlfriend of Steve's is still interested in seeing Steve. She visits the house, pretending to want to talk to Bub about an Irish Club. While she hopes to run into Steve, Bub starts thinking she is interested in him.

Season 2, Episode 18: The Girls Next Door

1 February 1962
Four attractive flight attendants move into the Pearson's house, and while Bub and the boys befriend them right away, Steve is annoyed by all the noise from a party for their pilot friends. At first, he won't accept their apology, but soon offers some humble pie of his own.

Season 2, Episode 19: Bub Gets a Job

8 February 1962
Bub wants to do something different than dishes and dusting. He goes on interviews for different jobs.

Season 2, Episode 20: Le Petit Stowaway

15 February 1962
Chip is all set to go on a business trip with his father to Chicago. When Steve's plans change, he is headed for Paris. Chip decides to sneak on to the plane to join his father. In Paris, he gets lost.

Season 2, Episode 21: Robbie Valentino

22 February 1962
Film makers are in town to do a documentary on Robbie's physics class. Bub tell Robbie he should try to get a part in the film. Robbie and another student are chosen for a close up shot, showing what they are doing in physics.

Season 2, Episode 22: The Masterpiece

1 March 1962
Chip needs a drawing for open house at school and finds the family circle a pretty rough bunch of critics. He decides a sailboat picture of Bub's beats his own efforts, and he borrows it. But how is he going to keep his dad and Bub from going to the open house?

Season 2, Episode 23: A Holiday for Tramp

8 March 1962
Steve returns from a business trip by train, and the rest of the family go to the station to meet him. As they prepare to go home, they realize Tramp is no longer with them.

Season 2, Episode 24: The Big Game

15 March 1962
Robbie might not be able to play in the school's football game unless he can improve his grades in math. Also, Chip catches the measles.

Season 2, Episode 25: Chip's Party

22 March 1962
Chip's having a party for his tenth birthday. When news gets out that Steve has caught the German measles, the parents do not want their children going to the party.

Season 2, Episode 26: Casanova Trouble

29 March 1962
A friend of Steve's asks him to help find out who is dating her daughter. She thinks it is an older man. A mix up caused by a borrowed fraternity pin causes Steve to think it is Mike who is dating the daughter.

Season 2, Episode 27: The Pencil Pusher

5 April 1962
Chip gets the chance to visit his father's work place and to see what his father does for a living. Chip thinks the job is boring and of no consequence. However, when Steve is asked to help a pilot land a plane, Chip gets a different view.

Season 2, Episode 28: Innocents Abroad

12 April 1962
Mike and Robbie plan to spend their summer vacation working in a different town to earn money.

Season 2, Episode 29: Robbie the Caddy

19 April 1962
Hank tells Robbie he should be a golf caddy during the local Golf Tournament. Robbie is assigned to a fussy golfer. Things get worse when at the 18th hole, Robbie causes the golfer to be disqualified.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Robert J. Wilke ... Danny Donnigan (as Robert Wilke)
Peter Brooks ... Hank Ferguson
Jimmy Cross ... Steward
Louis Nicoletti ... Caddy Master
Richard Chambers ... Donnigan's Caddy
Stan Becker ... First Caddy
Sam Balter ... Announcer
Ralph Guldahl ... Technical Advisor

Season 2, Episode 30: Coincidence

26 April 1962
On Steve's day off from work, everything seems to go wrong in the house, and the volume of activity is loud. Steve starts to wish he had all girls instead of boys.

Season 2, Episode 31: Air Derby

3 May 1962
Robbie competes in a model airplane contest for a school scholarship. He is in the top two position. The other entrant is a straight-A student who hopes to go to college but his parents cannot afford it.

Season 2, Episode 32: Too Much in Common

10 May 1962
Mike and his girlfriend take a break from each other, and Mike goes out with someone else. His girlfriend's father does not take too kindly to this news.

Season 2, Episode 33: Chug and Robbie

17 May 1962
Robbie starts high school and is assigned a locker with the star athlete. Robbie is impressed that he gets to be friends with the popular guy on campus until Mike points out that the jock is using him for homework assignments.

Season 2, Episode 34: Good Influence

24 May 1962
Chip is forced to spend a week's vacation with a boy he does not like. They have nothing in common. All Chip gets out of it is a black eye.

Season 2, Episode 35: The Hippopotamus Foot

31 May 1962
Mike and his friends pull a prank at college and get called before the dean for punishment.

Season 2, Episode 36: The Kibitzers

7 June 1962
Steve and the boys get an earful of confusing advice from Bub and his friends.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Weekend in Tokyo

20 September 1962
The whole family goes on a trip to Japan when Steve has to fly there for business. Everyone enjoys seeing the tourist sites, and Mike enjoys his meeting with a young woman named Kimiko.

Season 3, Episode 2: Robbie's Employment Service

27 September 1962
Robbie and his friend start a business for home repairs and chores in order to make money to go on dates. Chip decides to start his own business for babysitting so he can buy a new bike. Sometimes the clients overlap the two businesses.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas
Peter Brooks ... Hank Ferguson
Booth Colman ... Enoch Lieb
Anne Loos ... Mrs. Edgerton
Jack Easton Jr. ... George

Richard Bull ... J.C. Dobbins
David Worth ... Walter
Barbara Collentine ... Mrs. Randall
Louise Vienna ... Mrs. Collins

Louise Collins ... Mrs. Duffield (as Louise King)
Patricia Lyon ... Betty Stone
Sherry Granato ... Joan

Season 3, Episode 3: Tramp's First Bite

4 October 1962
The Douglas' are taken to small claims court when a teen accuses Tramp of biting him. Robbie sets out to prove Tramp was provoked into biting, and therefore is not guilty.

Season 3, Episode 4: Moment of Truth

11 October 1962
Mike is in a bind when he realizes he has two dates for his fraternity's dance. He did not think the college beauty would accept his date, so he asked another girl as well.

Season 3, Episode 5: Daughter for a Day

18 October 1962
Steve invites the teenage daughter of a friend to stay with the Douglas' while her father attends to business in town. Unfortunately, other than Steve, the other family members have plans. Steve has to entertain the teenager himself.

Season 3, Episode 6: The Ghost Next Door

25 October 1962
While out trick-or-treating, Chip and his friend Sudsy see someone - or something - carrying a candle, in the window of an empty house next to the Douglas'. No one believes them.

Season 3, Episode 7: Pretty as a Picture

1 November 1962
Robbie is infatuated with a senior in high school who does not notice him. Mike gives Robbie some advice which backfires.

Season 3, Episode 8: What's Cooking?

8 November 1962
Chip's school holds a cooking contest with the kids submitting their mother's favorite recipe. Chip is upset because he does not have a mother. He dad comes through by submitting his favorite recipe.

Season 3, Episode 9: Chip's Last Fight

15 November 1962
Chip wants to join a neighborhood club, but the members say he is too young. He wants to prove he is big enough, but first he has to have his tonsils taken out at the hospital.

Season 3, Episode 10: Steve Gets an A

22 November 1962
Robbie did not do his term paper so he finds an old paper that Steve used years ago when he was in school. While Steve got an A on his homework, Robbie gets an F.

Season 3, Episode 11: Heat Wave

29 November 1962
Steve cannot find some important papers for his work. As he searches high and low, he remembers the family gave papers to the boy scouts for their paper drive fund raiser.

Season 3, Episode 12: The Beauty Contest

6 December 1962
Mike's college holds a beauty pageant and Mike is selected as the judge. During the days before the pageant, all the women approach Mike to show him their talent. Mike has more problems when his girlfriend enters the pageant.

Season 3, Episode 13: Doctor in the House

13 December 1962
Steve hurts his back and needs a doctor.

Season 3, Episode 14: Going Steady

20 December 1962
Robbie wants to go steady with Linda, but Linda's mother does not approve of her daughter getting involved at her young age. Linda's mother talks to Steve to try to end the relationship. Steve and Paulette start their own relationship.

Season 3, Episode 15: Mother Bub

27 December 1962
Chip and Sudsy want to buy a model auto to work on. When Steve seems like he will allow Chip to buy it, Bub comes up with an argument.

Season 3, Episode 16: Honorable Grandfather

3 January 1963
Steve's friend is having a birthday father for his honorable grandfather. He tells Steve that Chip can come to the party.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Benson Fong ... Raymond Wong
Wendy Turner ... Angela Telfer
Beulah Quo ... Alice Wong
Lori Fong ... Sally
H.T. Tsiang ... Grandfather Wong
Judy Dan ... Mai Pah

Aron Kincaid ... Bradley
Marcel De la Brosse ... Albert (as Marcel de la Brosse)
Charles Giorgi ... Waiter

Season 3, Episode 17: How to Impress a Woman

10 January 1963
Mike is smitten with an attractive model who's been hired to oversee a college fashion show. When he finds out she loves classical guitar music, Mike fakes his way through a song on Robbie's scratchbuilt guitar that he claims he built himself in an attempt to impress her while Robbie cues up a phonograph record outside.

Season 3, Episode 18: Roman Holiday

17 January 1963
A business trip to Rome does not interest Steve. Since Steve has does not turn down work trips before, the boys try to find out why this is different. Bub tells them it is where Steve and their mother once vacationed.

Season 3, Episode 19: Flashback

24 January 1963
Steve sets Robbie up on a blind date with a girl he met that reminded him of his own youthful dates. When Robbie and the girl meet, she thinks he is too sophisticated for her.

Season 3, Episode 20: The Dream Book

31 January 1963
One of Steve's coworkers asks Steve to join the company musical group. Steve declines but the coworker keeps asking. That night, Steve dreams he is being chased by a man with a musical instrument.

Season 3, Episode 21: Big Chief Bub

7 February 1963
Chip's boyscout group is losing their den mother and a scout when the family is moving out of state. Chip talks Bub into taking on the position.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas
Ricky Allen ... Sudsy
Marge Redmond ... Mrs. Thorndyke
Mercedes Shirley ... Mrs. Kaye

Olive Dunbar ... Mrs. Pfeiffer

Louise Collins ... Mrs. Whiteman (as Louise King)
Templeton Fox ... Mrs. Olson
Pat Rosson ... Scott
Hank Stanton ... Phil
Gil Rogers ... Larson
Donald Baker ... Freddie (as Donny Baker)
Grant Lipton ... Benjy

Bruce Riley ... Store Manager

Lovyss Bradley ... Customer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Clunky Kid

14 February 1963
When a new kid moves into town, Sudsy befriends him. Soon, Sudsy is spending all his time with his new friend and Chip is odd man out.

Season 3, Episode 23: Caged Fury

21 February 1963
Steve becomes the tutor for the members of Robbie's wrestling team so they can improve their school grades. When several boys develop a contagious disease, the house becomes quarantined. Bub cannot leave to go fishing and he is upset.

Season 3, Episode 24: Make Way for Yesterday

28 February 1963
Robbie convinces his current events club committee to have an old fashioned dunking machine booth at the school carnival after Bub comes up with the idea. Meanwhile, some of the other clubs have booths featuring atom smashing, space capsules and computers.

Season 3, Episode 25: Robbie Wins His Letter

7 March 1963
Robbie wins the highest achievement award in his science class but feels he does not deserve it.

Season 3, Episode 26: High on the Hog

14 March 1963
Steve is torn between family life and work. He promised to attend a baseball game in the afternoon, and has a date in the evening. His work called him and told him he is needed to help with engine maintenance.

Season 3, Episode 27: First Things First

28 March 1963
Mike has to decide between his work and his personal life. His Air Force Reserve crew needs him to help with engine maintenance, but he has a date at the same time.

Season 3, Episode 28: Bub's Butler

4 April 1963
Bub enters a contest and wins the top prize. He finds out he won $2,000 and the services of a proper butler for two weeks. Bub finds it hard to be pampered by a butler, and the butler finds it hard to adjust to the activity of the Douglas'.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

John Williams ... Charles Augustus Caesar Bevins
Ricky Allen ... Sudsy
Karen Lawrence ... Maureen
Paul Kent ... Announcer
Joey Scott ... Messenger Boy #1 (as Joe Scott)
Tommy Alexander ... Messenger Boy #2
Jimmie Lee Gaines ... Little Boy (as Jimmy Gaines)

Season 3, Episode 29: Francesca

11 April 1963
The boys have their hands full when Steve and Bub are not home. The boys deal with two sick children, a runaway woman, and a wild bird who gets in the house.

Season 3, Episode 30: The Rug

18 April 1963
Chip is placed on probation by Steve for his losing another item that belongs to someone else. Chips sees a tiger skin rug that Bub plans to donate for a rummage sale

Season 3, Episode 31: The System

25 April 1963
In his psychology course, Mike learns about random sampling, questionnaires, and graphing results. He uses these skills to determine who Robbie should date.

Season 3, Episode 32: Let's Take Stock

2 May 1963
Robbie's economics teacher teaches the value of money and uses the stock exchange as the assignment. Each student gets fictional money to see if they can increase their investment. As Robbie follows the stocks, Steve thinks he has talent.

Season 3, Episode 33: Total Recall

9 May 1963
Bub is envious when he hears a former friend is coming to town and being honored with an award.

Season 3, Episode 34: When I Was Your Age

16 May 1963
Bub thinks the boys are not doing their chores fast enough or well enough. He tells the boys they are lazy compared to the boys of his generation when they were teens.

Season 3, Episode 35: Chip's World

23 May 1963
Chip is told to stay home and wait for one of Steve's coworkers to drop off some important papers. When Chip sees a young child walking unaccompanied outside, he helps the lost toddler.

Season 3, Episode 36: Evening with a Star

30 May 1963
To earn money, Chip sells tickets to a raffle in which the prize is a date with a star. Bub does not realize he is the star.

Season 3, Episode 37: The Date Bureau

6 June 1963
Robbie and his friends decide to match his classmates up scientifically so the dates could be successful. They collect information from their classmates and being to make matches.

Season 3, Episode 38: Bub's Sacrifice

13 June 1963
Robbie tries to get a girl at school to go out with him. She agrees on two conditions: they go to a fighting match and he finds someone to go out with her aunt. Bub has tickets to the sporting match, and he is available for a date.

Season 3, Episode 39: Found Money

20 June 1963
Chip seems to have found a way to make money every day and he feels rich. Meanwhile, everyone else is trying to find a missing stamp that is worth a lot of money.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas
Ricky Allen ... Sudsy
Jess Kirkpatrick ... Store Owner
Gloria Clark ... Woman Customer

Burt Mustin ... Elderly Man
Owen Bush ... Policeman
Dick Winslow ... Policeman
Gil Frye ... Policeman
Ezelle Poule ... Woman Customer
June Evans ... Lady Customer
Frank Biro ... Worker (as Barney Biro)
Leonard George ... Worker
Christine Heinkel ... Little Girl

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Almost the Sound of Music

19 September 1963
Robbie enters a contest to perform a song he wrote to impress a girl. The whole family is involved when they perform backup singing for Robbie.

Season 4, Episode 2: Scotch Broth

26 September 1963
Steve is surprised to find he has inherited a castle in Scotland owned by his grandfather. The family travels to Scotland and are welcomed by the clan.

Season 4, Episode 3: Didya Ever Have One of Those Days?

3 October 1963
Steve's day starts with his cutting himself when he shaves in the morning. The day goes from bad to worse.

Season 4, Episode 4: Dear Robbie

10 October 1963
Robbie becomes the secret writer of the school's love advice column. He gets a letter from a girl who is being pulled in different directions as she plans her wedding. Robbie advices an elopement.

Season 4, Episode 5: A Car of His Own

17 October 1963
Robbie wants a shiny, fancy car to impress a girl.

Season 4, Episode 6: How Do You Know?

24 October 1963
Steve wants Mike to help him find a date for Sally who works with Steve. Mike has no interest in helping because he thinks he has already found true love. When Mike finds himself helping Sally, he realizes he wants to date her himself.

Season 4, Episode 7: My Friend Ernie

31 October 1963
Stanley Livingston's real-life brother Barry joins the cast as Ernie, a foster child living with a family down the street. The two boys go off on an adventure to find a treasure chest.

Season 4, Episode 8: The End of the You-Know-What

7 November 1963
Chip and Ernie believe there is only one more week left of the world and try to find the perfect way to spend their remaining time.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Toupee

14 November 1963
One of Bub's friends has a sister visiting and wants to introduce Bub. Bub tries a hair restoring solution in hopes to hide his bald head.

Season 4, Episode 10: The Ever-Popular Robbie Douglas

21 November 1963
Robbie is running for a position on the student council. His opponent is another popular boy in school.

Season 4, Episode 11: The Proposals

28 November 1963
Mike wants to propose to Sally, but can't seem to find the right words or the right time to do so. After several awkward attempts, Mike isn't sure Sally will accept. Meanwhile, Sally tells Steve she knows Mike is trying to propose, but she won't do the asking. Finally, when the two of them are alone together on a park bench, Mike comes right out and pops the question in a traditional, straightforward manner. Sally accepts immediately and admits she should have done so the first two times he asked.

Season 4, Episode 12: Steve and the Viking

5 December 1963
Steve is asked to entertain the daughter of a visiting Danish couple whose company has an account with his engineering firm. He finds out that the only reason he's being asked is because he's the only single gentleman at the plant who's taller than her. She's quite attractive and so energetic that Steve can't keep up with her. Exhausted, Steve ultimately refuses to go to a costume ball with her. When she reveals that the ball is being held to celebrate her seventeenth birthday, Steve appoints Robbie to go in his place. Robbie gladly agrees.

Season 4, Episode 13: Par for the Course

12 December 1963
Steve seems annoyed with Robbie for always forgetting to pass on messages and other information. Robbie feels bad and decides to play golf with Steve for some father and son bonding.

Season 4, Episode 14: Windfall

19 December 1963
Chip and Ernie want to join a club in their neighborhood. When Chip rescues a lost dog, he and Ernie become popular and seem an easy selection for the club.

Season 4, Episode 15: Top Secret

26 December 1963
Steve is asked to work on a top-secret, high-security project. He decides to work at home but does not tell anyone what he is working on. Bub plays detective to find out about Steve's project.

Season 4, Episode 16: Will Success Spoil Chip Douglas?

2 January 1964
Chip gets a part in the school play. Bub seems more excited than Chip.

Season 4, Episode 17: Second Chorus

9 January 1964
Steve meets a woman while he is out walking the dog. She works in a chorus line as a dancer. The boys think the woman is only interested in finding a husband.

Season 4, Episode 18: Never Look Back

16 January 1964
Steve attends his twenty fifth class reunion from his college days and enjoys seeing some old friends.

Season 4, Episode 19: Marriage by Proxy

23 January 1964
Marriage and raising children are not as easy as they seem when Mike and Sally step in to help babysit the children of a friend. They wonder how they will handle it after they are married.

Season 4, Episode 20: The Chaperone

30 January 1964
Robbie and his friends plan a costume party. Bub decides to chaperon the party so it does not get out of hand.

Season 4, Episode 21: My Fair Chinese Lady

6 February 1964
A young Chinese girl comes to town to met her Chinese-American fiancé. She is from a very traditional Chinese family, but her fiancé has adjusted to the American Way. Robbie helps her to adjust.

Season 4, Episode 22: House for Sale

13 February 1964
Everyone is excited to go to Hawaii with Steve on his business trip, but when they see a For Sale sign in front of the house, they start to question the trip.

Season 4, Episode 23: Stone Frog

20 February 1964
In town, Chip meets a woman from India who gives him a stone frog. She tells Chip the frog is magical. When exciting things begin to happen for Chip, he believes in the magic.

Season 4, Episode 24: Stage Door Bub

27 February 1964
It's the Prince and the Pauper when Bub exchanges jobs with an actress friend. She wants a family live, and he wants the thrill of the stage. As they try out their new roles, the realize things aren't always what they remember.

Season 4, Episode 25: Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly

5 March 1964
Mike wants Sally to go fishing with him and his family since it is their favorite pastime. Sally talks him into going birdwatching with her, since that is something she enjoys.

Season 4, Episode 26: Cherry Blossoms in Bryant Park

12 March 1964
Mike is surprised to see Kimiko, a woman he met in Tokyo last year. She came to see Mike to see if there are still any romantic feelings between them.

Season 4, Episode 27: What's the Princess Really Like?

19 March 1964
Steve is surprised when he gets a visit from a princess. She is Princess Joanne, and it happens to be his high school girl friend who grew up and married into royalty. She invites the family to dinner.

Season 4, Episode 28: The People's House

26 March 1964
Steve meets a magazine editor and wants to ask her out on a date. As she is hard to reach, he enters the magazine contest for distinctive homes, hoping she will be the one to visit. Unfortunately, she sends her secretary to view the home.

Season 4, Episode 29: The Tree

2 April 1964
The family tries to save an old tree from being cut and removed.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Paul Barselou ... Mr. Johnson (as Paul Barselow)
Mary Adams ... Mrs. Martindale
Adrienne Marden ... Mrs. Adams
Monty Margetts ... Mrs. Hackett
Templeton Fox ... Genevieve
Darren Dublin ... Reporter
Cheryl Holdridge ... Juliet Johnson

Lovyss Bradley ... Protestor (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 30: The Substitute Teacher

9 April 1964
Robbie's English class proceeds to run roughshod over an attractive young substitute teacher when their regular teacher becomes incapacitated. Frustrated and exasperated, the sub pays a visit to the lady she's filling in for and asks for advice. Meanwhile, Robbie gets an earful at home from both Steve and Mike after Mike recognizes her name.

Season 4, Episode 31: Mike Wears the Pants

16 April 1964
Mike and Sally want to save money for a place of their own after they are married, so he suggests Sally move in with his family. Having a woman in the house with all men proves to be a big adjustment.

Season 4, Episode 32: The Guys and the Dolls

23 April 1964
Mike goes to South America with a friend in the Air Force Reserves to help in a disaster area. He encounters a young girl who needs an operation, and he is determined to raise the money for her. Chip helps a woman in town with her chores.

Season 4, Episode 33: The Ballad of Lissa Stratmeyer

30 April 1964
The school's sports team is losing game after game. The girlfriends of the team players decide to stage a boycott against the boys until they win a game.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas
Patricia Morrow ... Lissa Stratmeyer
Barbara Wait ... Arlene
Tommy Ivo ... Tom

Hank Jones ... Don

Ann Jillian ... Debbie Rogers (as Ann Jilliann)
Bobby Diamond ... Mark (as Bob Diamond)
John Perrow ... Stan
Robert Gibbons ... Mr. Philbrick
Janice Kahn ... Lucy (as Janis Kahn)

Heather Menzies-Urich ... Mona (as Heather Menzies)

Meredith MacRae ... Sally

Lesley-Marie Colburn ... Frieda (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 34: Tramp Goes to Hollywood

7 May 1964
A Hollywood producer visiting Bryant Park sees Tramp and things he would be great for the animal lead in a movie he is making. Bub, Robbie and Chip fly out to Hollywood with Tramp so he can do an audition.

Season 4, Episode 35: Adventure in New York

14 May 1964
Mike & Robbie, aspiring songwriters, go against the odds and travel to New York to present a song they wrote to a big-time record producer. A New York cabbie helps them in the big city, and they reach their destination. Although the producer doesn't want the song, he gives the brothers some real-life, solid advice, and they go home all the wiser for the adventure.

Season 4, Episode 36: Huckleberry Douglas

21 May 1964
After reading The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chip decides he, Ernie, and their friend Melinda should reenact some of the adventures.

Season 4, Episode 37: Guest in the House

28 May 1964
Steve is asked to take in a boy who is a delinquent. When Steve has to be out of town that week, it is Bob and the boys to handle the visit. When someone comes to the house, they assume it is the delinquent.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Caribbean Cruise

17 September 1964
Rob gets a summer job on a cruise ship going to the Caribbean. Turns out, Steve takes the same ship for a business trip to establish business with a new company. Both Rob and Steve find a way to have fun while working.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Kathleen Crowley ... Lois Wilson

Mary Wickes ... Jeri Schronk
Jane Dulo ... Marie Pomeroy
Muriel Landers ... Claudia Marcus
Jenö Mate ... Jordan Martin (as Jeno Mate)

Byron Morrow ... Officer
Romo Vincent ... Charley

Olan Soule ... Sam (as Olan Soulé)
Patrick Campbell ... Wilbur
Adele Palacios ... Carlotta Martin

Walter Reed ... Roy Davis
Katherine Barrett ... Large Lady (as Katey Barrett)

Season 5, Episode 2: A Serious Girl

24 September 1964
Robbie's new girlfriend is mature for her age, avoiding football games, dances, and other pursuits of most teenagers. She talks Robbie into proposing marriage to her.

Season 5, Episode 3: The Practical Shower

1 October 1964
Sally and Mike are getting ready for her bridal shower. They want to receive practical gifts that will fill their kitchen and workspace. Bud thinks the shower show reflect a romantic theme and the gifts should highlight love.

Season 5, Episode 4: Dublin's Fair City: Part 1

8 October 1964
Bub wins a raffle, and the prize is a family trip to Ireland. Bub takes everyone to Ireland to see his relatives and enjoy the country.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Jeanette Nolan ... Aunt Kate

Mariette Hartley ... Mary Kathleen Connolly

Robert Emhardt ... Mickey O'Casey
John McLiam ... Postman Brophy
Ollie O'Toole ... Paddy O'Casey
Brian Wood ... Tom Keenan

Dal McKennon ... Cabbie
Sandy Wirth ... Stewardess (as Sandra Wirth)

Season 5, Episode 5: Dublin's Fair City: Part 2

15 October 1964
Bub and the Douglas family continue to enjoy their time in Ireland.

Season 5, Episode 6: One of Our Moose Is Missing

22 October 1964
Ernie & Chip have a Cub Scout adventure planned for the weekend, doing a moose patrol, which Steve is supposed to lead. However, Steve forgets, and brings home a business associate so they can work on a project together.

Season 5, Episode 7: Lady President

29 October 1964
Steve is asked to escort a congresswoman when she is in town. For Chip, he is asked to be friends with a shy girl at school who is campaigning to be the class president. Chip is also campaigning to be the class president.

Season 5, Episode 8: A Touch of Larceny

5 November 1964
The school bully picks on Chip and Ernie, and makes them steal lunches from other students.

Season 5, Episode 9: Goodbye Again

12 November 1964
Jean Pearson returns to Bryant Park for a visit and calls the Douglases, looking to reconnect with Mike. They meet and as they reminisce, Mike's feelings for Jean are rekindled and he can't bring himself to tell her he's engaged to someone else. Unaware that Jean doesn't know this, Robbie spills the beans, prompting Jean to tell Mike she has to hurry home. They bid each other farewell, this time for good.

Season 5, Episode 10: The Coffee House Set

19 November 1964
Rob gets an audition at a club and is given a job to play his guitar there some evenings. His girlfriend introduces him to her friends and Rob experiences a new lifestyle.

Season 5, Episode 11: The Lotus Blossom

26 November 1964
The owner of the Lotus Blossom restaurant is thinking of returning to Hong Kong. Steve enjoys eating at the restaurant so he tries to convince her to stay, telling her all the great things to do in America.

Season 5, Episode 12: First, You're a Tadpole

3 December 1964
Robbie is in love with another girl. He asks Sally for advice because he thinks the girl is older than he is.

Season 5, Episode 13: You're in My Power

10 December 1964
A TV hypnotist picks Robbie from the studio audience as a subject, and the mesmerist's powers extend far beyond the studio. While watching the show at home, Bub succumbs too.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas
Sandy Descher ... Marjorie (as Sandra Descher)
Barbara Perry ... Mrs. Thompson

Mary Jane Saunders ... Gloria (as Mary Jayne Saunders)
Booth Colman ... Dr. Zoltan
Evelyn Scott ... Mrs. Taylor
Diane Libby ... Sharon (as Dianne Libby)
Donna Russell ... Nancy
Ann Marshall ... Claudia
Keva Page ... Darlene

Barry Livingston ... Ernie

Season 5, Episode 14: The In-Law Whammy

17 December 1964
Mike meets Sally's father for the first time. The result? Total disaster.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Sebastian Cabot ... Tom Morrison

Meredith MacRae ... Sally Ann Morrison
Charles Fredericks ... Club President
Barry Brooks ... Sergeant-at-Arms

Orville Sherman ... Mark Felson
Gil Lamb ... First Man

Paul Barselou ... Second Man (as Paul Barselow)

Season 5, Episode 15: Robbie and the Nurse

24 December 1964
Robbie has to go to the hospital after he is injured on the football field. His nurse is an attractive woman from France. She seems to be checking on Robbie constantly.

Season 5, Episode 16: Divorce, Bryant Park Style

31 December 1964
Mike & Sally's good friends are having marital problems. Mike & Sally begin to wonder if they are too young to get married themselves.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Frawley ... Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Meredith MacRae ... Sally Ann Morrison

Barry Livingston ... Ernie

Buck Taylor ... Howard Sears
Indus Arthur ... Francie Sears

Jocelyn Brando ... Dr. Maguire

Robert Shayne ... Mr. Marfield
Templeton Fox ... Mrs. Marfield

Charlotte Stewart ... Young Wife
Joseph Walsh ... Young Husband (as Joey Walsh)
Freeman Lusk ... Judge
David Brandon ... Mr. Kramer

Season 5, Episode 17: A Woman's Work

7 January 1965
When Bub decides to fly to Ireland to visit his 104-year-old aunt, Steve says he can take care of the house while Bub is gone. Steve thinks woman make it seem harder than it really is. Soon, Steve has to eat his words.

Season 5, Episode 18: Here Comes Charley

14 January 1965
With Bub in Ireland and Steve unable to take care of the house and work also, he starts interviewing people for the job. Bub's brother Charlie comes for a visit and ends up staying to help the family.

Season 5, Episode 19: Charley and the Kid

21 January 1965
Charlie helps take care of a young Korean girl while she is waiting for her father. The girl has adopted many of the American traits than following her Korean traditions.

Season 5, Episode 20: He Wanted Wings

28 January 1965
Robbie buys an old small airplane which has seen better days. He slowly repairs the plane and thinks he should be able to fly it soon. Steve steps in with some common sense.

Season 5, Episode 21: Be My Guest

4 February 1965
Robbie's latest girlfriend takes him to the country club. When he gets home, he tells his father he should job the club because it is where the important people gather. Steve tells Robbie you do not have to be in a club to be important.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Demarest ... Uncle Charley O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Gigi Perreau ... Polly Andrews

Roy Roberts ... Jerry

John Howard ... Mr. Hargraves

John Hubbard ... Ed

John Gallaudet ... George Cleveland
Harold Peary ... Otis Finch
Ray Kellogg ... Henshaw

Meredith MacRae ... Sally

Steve Carruthers ... Club Member (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Club Member (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Lady in the Air

11 February 1965
Steve is asked to modify a plane for a woman pilot who wants to make a flight around the world.

Season 5, Episode 23: Hawaiian Cruise

18 February 1965
The Douglas family plans a vacation to Hawaii, but Chip gets sick and the trip is canceled. Charley decides if they cannot go to Hawaii, then Hawaii shall come to the Douglas'. He plans a luau party in the backyard.

Season 5, Episode 24: The Teenagers

25 February 1965
Robbie is head of the committee for decorating the school float for a parade. He comes up with an idea that seems scandalous. Chip has romance problems with someone who is older than he.

Fred MacMurray ... Steve Douglas

William Demarest ... Uncle Charley O'Casey

Tim Considine ... Mike Douglas

Don Grady ... Robbie Douglas
Stanley Livingston ... Chip Douglas

Susan Gordon ... Eloise Patterson
Viola Harris ... Mrs. Harris
Gloria Clark ... Mrs. Thomas

Hank Jones ... Pete
James Halferty ... Fred (as Jim Halferty)
Tommy Alexander ... Barney
Patrick Moore ... Harry

Barry Livingston ... Ernie Thompson

Lesley-Marie Colburn ... Frieda (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 25: Mexico Ole

4 March 1965
Steve declines a business trip to Mexico because he does not want to be away from his family. This results in his Mexican host inviting the entire family to stay with him at his hacienda.

Season 5, Episode 26: The Fountain of Youth

11 March 1965
Charley runs into a friend from his vaudeville days on the stage. Since she looks great for her age, Charlie thinks she might have found the fountain of youth. She tells Charlie he just needs to enjoy his life.

Season 5, Episode 27: It's a Dog's Life

18 March 1965
A British scientist comes to the United States to meet with Steve and in the process, important blueprints begin to disappear.

Season 5, Episode 28: The Sure Thing

25 March 1965
Robbie serenades a race horse with his guitar so as to encourage the horse to do well in a race.

Season 5, Episode 29: Chip, the Trapper

1 April 1965
Chip decides to set up a trapper business so he can earn money just like his brothers and father.

Season 5, Episode 30: Steve and the Computer

8 April 1965
Sally talks Mike into submitting their names for a computer love match program. She is upset when the computer does not match them together. Mike asks Steve to submit profiles for his parents who are sure to match each other.

Season 5, Episode 31: Tramp and the Prince

15 April 1965
There's a new dog in town, and it looks like Tramp. Prince is a pampered pet of a rich neighbor. The dogs get mixed up by the owners, and the families are bewildered by the personality changes of their pets.

Season 5, Episode 32: Chip O' the Islands

22 April 1965
A friend of Charley's from Australia visits and fills the boy's heads with visions of excitement and travel. But is the friend an honest man or a con artist?

Season 5, Episode 33: The Glass Sneaker

29 April 1965
Uncle Charley takes Chip with him when he attends a reunion dinner with his vaudevillian friends. Chip meets a girl there that he likes. When he loses one of his shoes, he feels like Cinderella at the ball.