Leave It to Beaver (1957–1963)
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Beaver's Tonsils 

Beaver loses his fear of a possible operation to remove his swollen tonsils when Ward reminisces about his own boyhood tonsillectomy. In fact, Beaver is so impressed by Ward's story of ice ... See full summary »

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Beaver loses his fear of a possible operation to remove his swollen tonsils when Ward reminisces about his own boyhood tonsillectomy. In fact, Beaver is so impressed by Ward's story of ice cream, pretty nurses and gifts that he can't wait to have the operation himself...even if he doesn't need it! Written by shepherd1138

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Comedy | Family

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11 February 1961 (USA)  »

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June's maiden name is revealed as June Bronson. See more »

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[first lines]
June Cleaver: [cooking breakfast in the kitchen] What's in the paper, Ward?
Ward Cleaver: Nothing.
June Cleaver: Then why have you been reading it for the last twenty minutes?
Ward Cleaver: Well, you have to read it, before you know there's nothing in it.
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