Rob and Laura are unaware that their teenage babysitter has a crush on Laura.
At the insistence of a domineering guest star, Rob takes over as producer of “The Alan Brady Show.”
Rob’s friendship with Jerry is almost destroyed in a row over a neighbor’s crab grass.
A family crisis develops when Rob’s and Laura’s parents compete to get the couple committed to their respective cemetery plots.
When Rob is offered a job as humor consultant on a magazine for men-about-town, he runs into misgivings from Laura.
A scratch on Rob’s new car causes a domestic crisis at the Petrie house.
An oil painting of Laura is being shown at an art gallery. Although she posed fully clothed, the artist took the liberty of “undraping” her. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
Rob goes to see an old Army buddy’s nightclub act and winds up spending the night in jail.
Rob is overcome with jealousy when he meets one of Laura’s old beaux and then discovers that she saved a box of love poems he sent her.
Rob and Laura suspect the worst when they spy their friend Jerry Helper dining out with a beautiful blonde.
Inadvertently using a deck of marked cards, Rob wins at poker and almost loses a few friends.
Rob thinks he’s going bald and tries a barber’s secret recipe which consists of ingredients usually reserved for a salad.
Rob is skeptical when Laura’s new writing teacher thinks she shows promise.
Rob and Buddy find themselves overworked and overwrought when Sally becomes a television personality overnight.
Laura proves herself more proficient than Rob in the art of self-defense.
When Laura fills in for Sally at the office, she does such a perfect job that Rob almost loses his mind.
Rob, Laura, Sally, and Buddy spend a frightening night in a haunted cabin at a mountain resort.
Rob recalls the hectic time of his Army marriage to Laura, and the difficulty in obtaining a three-day pass for their honeymoon.