Leave It to Beaver: Season 6, Episode 32

Don Juan Beaver (2 May 1963)

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Bad advice from Eddie Haskell lands Beaver in trouble after he asks Peggy to go to the graduation dance and then decides he'd rather go with Melinda.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Stephen Talbot ...
Stanley Fafara ...
Whitey Whitney
Peggy MacIntosh
Charla Doherty ...
Melinda Neilson


Beaver's eighth grade class is having a graduation dance, and he is asked by Peggy MacIntosh if he would like to take her. When June finds out that Beaver left Peggy hanging, not committing one way or the other, June insists that he accept Peggy's invitation, which he does. Just as soon as he does, Beaver meets a new student, southern belle Melinda Neilson from Charleston, South Carolina. For Beaver, it's puppy love at first sight, which is also seemingly the case for Melinda toward him. Melinda eventually asks Beaver to take her to the dance. Although he doesn't commit to her, he also doesn't tell her no, since he'd rather take her than take Peggy. When Beaver's parents learn of the situation, they demand that Beaver tell Melinda definitively that he can't take her since he already has a date with Peggy. However, Beaver, taking some advice from Eddie, decides instead to do things to make Peggy no longer want to go to the dance with him, so that he can end up taking Melinda. Beaver's ... Written by Huggo

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2 May 1963 (USA)  »

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Gilbert Bates: [in the school lunchroom] Hey, Whitey, how come you have three desserts? You're only supposed to have one.
Whitey Whitney: I traded my hot dog with Alan, and my beans with John.
Theodore Cleaver: Won't you get sick eating nothin' but desserts?
Whitey Whitney: Sure!
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