Suzie and Jerry, desperate to get away from their meddling parents, lease an apartment sight unseen and soon regret their hasty move. While they consider their options the parents can't help but snoop, a decision that quickly backfires.
The Hubbards get an unexpected visit from a bullfighter Raphael Del Gado and his colorful entourage, whose late-night partying cause a spectacle in the suburbs. Desi sings his composition "I Love You."
While anxiously awaiting a game show phone call, Eve has to leave to help Suzie. Kaye stops by and, while waiting for Eve to return, wins a new boat when she answers the phone. Now if only they can figure out who should get the boat.
When Suzie and Jerry have their first big fight the in-laws take sides in completely unexpected ways. The animosity becomes so bad they seek the help of Jerry's professor who soon finds out what a dysfunctional family is really like.
Eve agrees to be a temp at Herb's office which naturally means Kaye has to help out also. Before long Roger, Jerry, Suzie have all stopped by and have turned the office into utter chaos, potentially ruining Herb's impending business deal.
After Herb lends Roger $100.00 to buy a new typewriter Roger is slow to pay him back. Eve gives the money to Kaye to give to Roger to then give to Herb. When Herb finds out the money came from Eve he assumes Kaye is blackmailing Eve.
Roger thinks he may have sold a soap opera series to a network but forbids Kaye to tell anyone as it may jinx the deal. Kaye desperately wants to tell Eve but won't - unless she happens to guess it while playing charades.
Suzie tells Eve and Kaye that Jerry wants to go play poker with his friends. They tell her this sets a bad precedent in a new marriage and that he should stay home. Roger and Herb naturally tell Jerry something completely different.
The Hubbards, the Buells, Suzie and Jerry all wind up together at a cabin at Lake Arrowhead after fibbing that each couple couldn't go on a fishing trip they had all planned. To make things worse there is an unexpected snow storm which traps all six in the cabin with no food.
Jerry convinces his folks to put up $500 for a hippie rock group to make a demo recording. They scare off the band with talk of crew cuts, tuxedos, and old songs. The parents wind up recording "Some Enchanted Evening" w/the help of a Salvation Army band. The Seeds play The Warts, and sing their hit song, "Pushing Too Hard."