After Lumpy Rutherford puts exploding smoke bombs in Wally's and Eddie's cars, Eddie coaxes Wally into retaliating against Lumpy with their own practical joke. But real damage is done to ... See full summary »

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After Lumpy Rutherford puts exploding smoke bombs in Wally's and Eddie's cars, Eddie coaxes Wally into retaliating against Lumpy with their own practical joke. But real damage is done to Lumpy's car when the joke goes wrong and Wally doesn't know that evidence left at the scene will lead the Rutherfords straight to the Cleavers. Written by shepherd1138

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23 May 1963 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Rutherfords apparently are now living in the house formerly occupied by Penny Woods's family. When Beaver stops by Penny's house in Leave It to Beaver: Beaver's Doll Buggy (1961) he and Penny are seen in front of the garage, with a rock wall behind Penny. Later, Penny's mother comes out onto the front porch to ask if the kids want refreshments. Here, Wally and Eddie are seen in front of the same garage and rock wall, working on Lumpy's car, and Fred comes out onto the same front porch to check on their progress. See more »

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When Eddie comes over at dinner time he, Wally and Beaver go upstairs. As they start to climb the stairs the boom mic is plainly visible at the upper left of the screen. See more »

Quotes

June Cleaver: Why are you looking so grim?
Ward Cleaver: I'm reading the comics. They have more international disasters than the front page! Y'know, when I was a kid you looked at Happy Hooligan and you knew he was funny.
June Cleaver: Who's Happy Hooligan?
Ward Cleaver: Oh, don't you remember? During the Holidays, the kids used to wish each other a "Mary Pickford and a Happy Hooligan".
June Cleaver: [mocking] Oh, the mad, gay times you used to have.
Ward Cleaver: The Shaker Heights swinger.
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References How the West Was Won (1962) See more »

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