June Cleaver: You gonna help me with the dishes tonight?
Ward Cleaver: Well, Dear, I - uh - I didn't help Beaver with his painting. I can't start playing favorites now.
June Cleaver: Well, where are you two headed?
Ward Cleaver: I'm going to clean out the garage, and Wally's going to help me.
Wally Cleaver: Yeah. Dad's making me help him.
Ward Cleaver: Wally, I'd like to think you were helping me just because you're a nice guy.
Wally Cleaver: Oh sure, Dad. Hey, Mom, where's the Beaver?
June Cleaver: Oh, he's up in the attic. I think he's playing up there.
Wally Cleaver: Hm, let's get him, Dad. Why should he get out of being a nice guy?
Theodore Cleaver: Hey, Wally, what are you shinin' your shoes for?
Wally Cleaver: For tomorrow.
Theodore Cleaver: Oh, is your school making you go to church?
Wally Cleaver: Of course not. I just don't want to look creepy, that's all.
Theodore Cleaver: Well, if it's not church, it must be girls. Those are the only two things I ever heard of that make a guy shine his shoes.