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Ward's dilemma over which son to take to a major league baseball game after he's only given two tickets seems solved when Beaver decides to go with Gilbert to the movies...until Gilbert's parents take him with them on a trip and Beaver tells his dad that he can go to the game after all. Written by shepherd1138

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25 April 1963 (USA)  »

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At the beginning of the show June Cleaver is writing entries on the May calendar in the kitchen. You can clearly see that May 6th is a Saturday. This show aired in April of 1963. The calendar must have been from 1961 because May 6th of 1963 was a Monday. See more »


Ward Cleaver: Paul Miller down at the office has to fly to the coast this weekend, so he gave me a couple of tickets to the baseball game. Would you like to go?
June Cleaver: Oh honey, that's more of a treat for the boys. Anyway, it spoils the game for you trying to explain to me what's going on.
Ward Cleaver: Yeah, well, the only trouble is there are three of us boys, and I only have two tickets.
June Cleaver: Oh, that does present a problem. Which one do you ask?
Ward Cleaver: Yeah, who should get priority? The oldest or the youngest?
June Cleaver: I suppose it should be the...
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When given the chance to act like a soon-to-be- freshman, Beaver lets everyone down.
7 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ward has two tickets to a baseball game but including him he has three boys. June could go but she really doesn't understand baseball. When Wally see's the tickets he has a reaction: can I go? Beaver would like to go but he's planning on going to Cinerama with Gilbert. Problem solved. Sorry, Gilbert has to go with his parents to see an aunt. Now Beaver can go see the greatest game ever, according to Gilbert. But Beaver already passed on going.

Wally is really excited. But now Beaver has just got to go to that game. He told the guys at school he is going. No, Ward can't get an extra ticket. How will Beaver take it? Badly with a double case of mopes. You really didn't think he would grown up about it, did you? At school the next day, Beaver has to say he's not going. Gilbert is now advocating junk for Beaver to cause trouble at home. Just check back Beaver, who is the favorite? It's always been Wally, Wally, Wally; just like it's always been my big sister.

Now at home Beaver is looking for everything and anything to prove Gilbert right. Next, we get an onslaught of poor behavior; it even seems when Wally offered him a ride, the Beaver told him to **** off. Quick retreat, he said he didn't want a ride. Up in his room, Beaver refuses to get Wally a towel. You know Wally, I get the worst of everything. I'm the youngest, I get left out of everything. OK, you want to go so bad, let's see who is selfish around here. You want to go in my place and be selfish; well, you have five seconds to make up your mind. Beaver is going.

Ward smells a rat. Wally says he'll spend the night at Eddie's. Wally had a crappy evening; but he never though Beaver would as selfish as he was. Ward gets home and claims Beaver's conscience got the better of him and he didn't have as good a time as he thought. As a sort of peace offering, Beaver gives Wally a foul ball he caught.

Beaver tries other ways to make it up to Wally, and his heart may be in the right place but attempts sort of screw up when he tries to oil Wally's baseball glove. Better if he goes back to being a creepy little brother.

There are eight episodes left, is it possible Beaver will ever learn to tell Gilbert to shut it? Sad to say, but I really am disappointed in Beaver; just like Mrs. Rayburn was in the previous episode.

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