Wally is embarrassed to be seen by his friends arriving at a fancy country club dance in a car driven by his date.

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Frank Bank ...
Mary Mitchel ...
Evelyn Boothby
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Mr. Boothby
Mark Allen ...
Policeman
Eddie Pagett ...
1st Boy (as Ed Pagett)
Brad Morrow ...
2nd Boy
George Spicer ...
3rd Boy
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Wally and his friends are going to a "grown up" country club dance on Saturday. Wally and his date, Evelyn Boothby, are planning on getting a ride to the dance with Lumpy. Ward forbids Wally to go with Lumpy as he and Evelyn will be one of four couples in what would be Lumpy's overcrowded car. Wally, feeling he's too old to have his "daddy" drive him to the event or worse have Evelyn drive, doesn't think he can get another ride so soon before the dance. When he tells Evelyn the issue of not being able to go with Lumpy, Evelyn tells Wally that she'll try and find another ride for them. Unknown to Wally, what Evelyn is planning to do is ask her father if she can borrow his car and drive herself. Mr. Boothby agrees. When Evelyn arrives to pick up Wally, he's mortified, but his parents make him go to the dance. Wally's friends can't help but give Wally the business about having a girl be his chauffeur. Everyone's view of the situation changes after the dance. Written by Huggo

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23 December 1961 (USA)  »

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Theodore Cleaver: Hey Wally, how ya gettin' to the dance?
Wally Cleaver: Oh, Lumpy Rutherford's takin' a bunch of us guys in his car.
Theodore Cleaver: How much of a bunch?
Wally Cleaver: I think there'll be about eight of us.
Theodore Cleaver: Is Dad lettin' you do that?
Wally Cleaver: Gee, I don't know. I haven't asked him yet.
Theodore Cleaver: You better ask him, Wally. It sounds like one of those things he's liable to blow his top about.
Wally Cleaver: Now why would he do that?
Theodore Cleaver: I don't know. I guess 'cause it sounds like it'd be too much fun.
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