Rob Petrie suffers from a post-hypnotic suggestion meant for someone else, and it causes mayhem at work.
Rob suspects cowriters Buddy and Sally of carrying on a clandestine romance.
A handsome balladeer brings romance into Sally’s life.
Rob begins to fear he is allergic to his own family when proximity to Laura and Richie starts him sneezing.
Rob is slapped, kicked, and screamed at–among other things–by the girl he left behind when he entered the Army. Barbara Bain guest stars.
To prove that a wife cannot always recognize her husband on the telephone, Rob disguises his voice and asks Laura for a date.
Laura sees a singing weather girl as a threat to her marriage.
When one of Richie’s two pet ducks dies, it seems as if the Petrie family has lost one of its human members.
Rob and Laura recount vastly different versions of a marital spat that sends Rob storming out of the house.
Rob is puzzled and chagrined when he finds that Laura has a secret nest egg of her own.
Rob directs an amateur theatrical in which rehearsals are dogged by controversy over the casting of a key part–Cleopatra. Bob Crane guest stars.
A crippled jeep and a sprained ankle make Rob two hours late for his own wedding.
Rob has some explaining to do when son Richie learns that his middle name is Rosebud.
A phantom burglar pillages the Petrie home, but the police are baffled as to how he did it.
Richie runs into the house screaming that he has been pecked on the head by a giant woodpecker.
Rob finds himself in hot water after giving a television interview in which he unwittingly portrays his wife Laura as a nut.
Laura tries to break Rob of his expensive habit of picking up the check.
Rob feels that he has betrayed his dentist friend, Jerry Helper, when he lets another dentist work on his teeth.