Beaver is just about ready to head off with Wally and Eddie to work on installing Eddie's new car radio when June stops him to do a chore - namely go to the store - which he promised to do earlier but has not yet done. Angry, Beaver decides to give his mother the cold shoulder while pay extra special attention to his father. While Wally knows exactly what Beaver is up to, June does notice that Beaver is acting strangely, namely being curt with her, only responding the necessary minimum to anything she asks or says, while acting especially nice to Ward. Ward doesn't see what Beaver is doing until he looks specifically for what June is saying, after which he agrees. June surmises correctly the incident causing the problem. Ward intends to have a chat with Beaver about his behavior, while June convinces him to let it be and let Beaver resolve the issue on his own. Will Beaver have any reason to be nice to his mother again, or will this problem just fade away as June believes? Written by
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When Beaver is swatting at the bee, you can see a nylon fishing line holding the bee. See more
References Ben Casey