Wally doesn't know that pretty Carole has asked him to be her tennis partner just to make her boyfriend, Don, jealous.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Cynthia Chenault ...
Carole Martin (as Cindy Robbins)
Frank Bank ...
James Drake ...
Don Kirk


Wally is supposed to meet Eddie at the tennis court, Wally who is just starting to get into the game again after not playing in years. While Wally waits for Eddie, he is approached by pretty twenty-something Carole Martin, who not only is interested in volleying with him while he waits for Eddie, but seems interested in him, period. What Wally doesn't know is that Carole just had an argument with her tennis instructor boyfriend, Don Kirk, who was watching from afar. Carole only asked Wally to play to make Don jealous. Although Wally makes a future tennis date with Carole, he wants to keep it a secret from his friends and family. Carole, on the other hand, gets more and more friendly with Wally whenever Don is around. When Don finally decides to approach Wally, Wally learns a lesson in the games that men and women play in relationship oneupsmanship. Written by Huggo

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19 May 1962 (USA)  »

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Wally's Love Trangle
28 February 2014 | by (Alexandria, VA) – See all my reviews

One of the pleasures of watching the later seasons of "Leave It to Beaver" is seeing Beaver and Wally in more "mature" situations, as befitted their age (after all, by the end of the series, Wally was ready for college and Beaver was about to enter high school). In this fifth season episode, Wally finds himself in nothing short of a love triangle. He meets a pretty girl at the tennis court who happens to be four or five years older than him; the two hit it off very well, and the girl appears to enjoy Wally's company. Little does Wally know that the girl is only using him as a ruse to make her boyfriend jealous! Wally learns some hard lessons about life and human nature, and is reminded once again of Ward's wisdom and life experience. This bittersweet episode is superbly written, plotted and acted. If you like this one, be sure to check out Season 6's "Box Office Attraction," another episode about Wally becoming infatuated with an "older" woman.

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