Ward and June leave Wally in charge at home and all is well until neighbor Mrs. Murdock drops by and asks Wally to take her son, Chuckie, to buy new shoes. But Wally goes ice skating with ... See full summary »

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Ward and June leave Wally in charge at home and all is well until neighbor Mrs. Murdock drops by and asks Wally to take her son, Chuckie, to buy new shoes. But Wally goes ice skating with Eddie Haskell instead and turns little Chuckie over to Beaver. When Beaver loses Chuckie in the shoe store, Wally soon learns an important lesson in responsibility. Written by shepherd1138

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10 December 1960 (USA)  »

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Eddie Haskell: Hey, how come you gave him the dollar?
Wally Cleaver: Well on account of Mrs. Murdock gave it to me for helping her out.
Eddie Haskell: I don't dig you Wally. It's just your kid brother. Why be nice to someone you don't have to?
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Do lion's have a conscience?
30 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One thing for sure, Mrs. Murdock is one pushy neighbor. And no mother would have a neighbor's teen-age son buy her kid shoes. One thing for sure back then, mothers picked out the shoes and decided if they would fit.

And Wally would also know, this was not an assignment he should push off onto Beaver's shoulders. When in the history of this series, did Eddie Haskill ever offer Wally a good idea? This would be a lose-lose for everyone involved.

So Beaver loses the kid and Wally is too nonchalant for his own good. Eventually Wally is going to have to confess and there is no way Ward is going to be happy with Wally evading responsibility. A pretty silly episode with Beaver too old to be a kid, and too young to be completely responsible.


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