Due to his humble origins, Dobie is denied membership in Chatsworth's exclusive Silver Spoon Club, so he and Maynard scheme to deliver a low blow to the highbrow frat boys.

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Chatsworth Osborne, Jr. (as Stephen Franken)
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Tyler Cruickshank
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Malcolm (as Herb Ellis)
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It's club sign-up at college, and all the clubs are suffering from lack of wannabe members... that is except the Silver Spoon club, which is comprised of wealthy and privileged men on campus, like its president, Chatsworth. Dobie aspires to be a member. Herbert realizes that it is his position in life that is largely preventing Dobie from being able to become a member. So Herbert, rightly surmising that the club has mismanaged its food budget, trades free gourmet groceries twice a week for Dobie's membership, the deal about which Chatsworth and the boys are not allowed to tell Dobie. When Dobie accidentally finds out about the deal, Dobie has to decide what to do. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family

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26 June 1962 (USA)  »

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Maribel: [Rejecting Dobie's plea for a date] If I dated you, an Out, when I could date a Silver Spooner, an In, my social life would turn into one big, dull, dreary disaster!
Maynard G. Krebs: You rang?
Dobie Gillis: Oh, hi, Maynard.
Maynard G. Krebs: Like hi, good buddy. Like hi, girl - hey, what happened to your head?
Maribel: For your information, "Dapper Dan," this is a pony tail.
Maribel: Yeah? I bet it looks almost as good as it did on the pony.
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For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
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Traditional
Sung by Steve Franken and the Silver Spoon Club upon Dobie's arrival at the clubhouse
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