Leave It to Beaver (1957–1963)
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Beaver's Report Card 

Arithmatically-challenged Beaver is mystified by a better than average grade on his report card, unaware that dastardly duo, Eddie Haskell and Lumpy Rutherford, altered the card en route to Ward's desk drawer.

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Wally and Ward help Beaver with his homework since he is doing poorly in math. When his report card is hand delivered to the house, Eddie and Lumpy get it first and change the math grade from D- to B+. Ward and June are thrilled, but Beaver knows something is wrong-he just can't figure out what. Written by Ronny Bailey

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1 April 1961 (USA)  »

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Wally Cleaver: Dad's taking over. He's going to help Beaver all this week.
June Cleaver: Well I hope these homework sessions are going to be after supper.
Ward Cleaver: Why do you say that?
June Cleaver: You know Beaver can't eat properly if he's crying.
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Eddie's Worst Trick
21 April 2016 | by (Alexandria, VA) – See all my reviews

"I know he's my best friend. I also know he's a crummy creep." (Wally Cleaver on Eddie Haskell)

It was fitting that this episode was first broadcast on April Fools' Day. Eddie pulls the worst stunt of his career when he changes a mark on Beaver's report card from a D minus to a B plus with a couple strokes of the pen; Lumpy is the accomplice to this dastardly deed. Beaver's parents are elated at first to see the B plus, since Arithmetic was always Beaver's weakest subject; they even get him a present as a reward. But when they find out his real mark, all hell breaks loose! It takes some strong-arming by Wally to get Eddie to call Mr. Cleaver and fess up to what he did. Then Ward has to apologize to Beaver, and this isn't easy for an adult to do! This is one of the simpler LITB plots, but it offers some nice moral nuances.


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