While June is away helping her sister Peggy with her new baby, June's Aunt Martha comes to stay with the three Cleaver males, much to Ward's chagrin as Aunt Martha even makes him feel like he's doing something wrong all the time. Ward and June both believe Aunt Martha's ways old-fashioned, but June doesn't want Ward undermining her authority during her stay. The boys even vow to their mom that they won't make any trouble for Aunt Martha. Upon seeing him, Aunt Martha believes Beaver - or Theodore she she calls him - doesn't dress like a little boy should, and thus takes him shopping for what she considers proper clothing: a suit with short pants, long stockings, bow tie and formal cap. Beaver feels embarrassed wearing his new clothes, and Wally feels embarrassed for him. Beaver isn't looking forward to school on Monday, when Aunt Martha wants him to wear his new clothes. At school, Beaver does whatever he can to prevent the other kids from seeing his new ensemble, especially the most ... Written by
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Did you start this fight, Beaver?
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver
No sir, my pants did.