Children: [singing] Hark the herald angels sing! Glory to...
[voice fade as the closing music comes in]
Ward Cleaver: Beaver, it would have been very easy for me to forgive you if you had just stood up and said, "Dad, I lost my money and Wally gave me the haircut."
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: [stands up] Dad, I lost the money and Wally gave me the haircut.
June Cleaver: Did you see my little baby, my poor little bald-headed angel?
June Cleaver: Ward, wouldn't that be downright sneaky?
Ward Cleaver: Sure, it would. It's the only way we can survive as parents.
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: What's for supper?
June Cleaver: Pot roast, potato pancakes, and what's the big idea?
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: Are you finished?
Wally Cleaver: I don't know. But I think I'd better stop.
Wally Cleaver: What's that?
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: A haircut, I think.
Wally Cleaver: Wow, you look like Wilson's Airedale when he had the mange.
June Cleaver: Wally, why aren't you in the school play?
Wally Cleaver: Oh, I'm in it.
June Cleaver: What do you do?
Wally Cleaver: I hold a sign saying, "Just a minute while the wise men are puttin' on their beards."
Barber: Suppose you go home and explain it to your parents. They'll understand. After all, anybody can lose money.
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: Yeah, but not as good as I can.
Barber: Suppose I call up your parents and tell 'em you lost the money, and they'll okay the haircut. How's that sound?
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: Yeah. I think our phone's been discontinued.
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: I think I losted my money.
Barber: It looks like you founded everything else in town.
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: If I tell you you'll be mad at me.
Ward Cleaver: That's ridiculous. Now, come on, tell me.
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: I losted my money.
Ward Cleaver: Again! Oh, Beaver! Your mother and I have been very patient with you, but this habit of losing money has got to stop.
Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver: I told you you'd be mad at me.
Ward Cleaver: When you're young, there are some thing you have to learn. How to catch a baseball. And good table manners don't come too easily. But when you're a boy, losing things is one of the few lessons you don't have to learn. And that's our story tonight on "Leave it to Beaver."