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Caribbean Cruise S5, Ep1 17 Sep. 1964
Rob gets a summer job on a cruise ship going to the Caribbean. Turns out, Steve takes the same ship for a business trip to establish business with a new company. Both Rob and Steve find a way to have fun while working.
A Serious Girl S5, Ep2 24 Sep. 1964
Robbie's new girlfriend (Marta Kristen) is mature for her age: avoiding football games, dances, and other pursuits of most teenagers. She talks Robbie (Don Grady) into proposing marriage to her.
The Practical ShowerS5, Ep3 1 Oct. 1964
Sally and Mike are getting ready for her bridal shower. They want to receive practical gifts that will fill their kitchen and workspace. Bud thinks the shower show reflect a romantic theme and the gifts should highlight love.
Dublin's Fair City: Part 1 S5, Ep4 8 Oct. 1964
Bub wins the Irish sweepstakes, and uses his winnings to buy the family a trip to Ireland to see his relatives and enjoy the country.
Dublin's Fair City: Part 2 S5, Ep5 15 Oct. 1964
Bub and the Douglas family continue to enjoy their time in Ireland.
One of Our Moose Is Missing S5, Ep6 22 Oct. 1964
Ernie & Chip have a Cub Scout adventure planned for the weekend, doing a moose patrol, which Steve is supposed to lead. However, Steve forgets, and brings home a business associate so they can work on a project together.
Lady President S5, Ep7 29 Oct. 1964
Steve is asked to escort a congresswoman when she is in town. For Chip, he is asked to be friends with a shy girl at school who is campaigning to be the class president. Chip is also campaigning to be the class president.
A Touch of Larceny S5, Ep8 5 Nov. 1964
Chip and Ernie face a decision to choose honesty or 50 cents when other kids tell them how to steal school lunches. The ethical dilemma pervades the household, causing issues for everyone.
Goodbye Again S5, Ep9 12 Nov. 1964
Jean Pearson returns to Bryant Park and reconnects with Mike. As they reminisce, Mike's feelings for her are rekindled so he can't bring himself to say he's engaged to Sally. Unaware that Jean doesn't know this, Robbie spills the beans.
The Coffee House Set S5, Ep10 19 Nov. 1964
Rob (Don Grady) gets an audition at a club and is given a job to play his guitar there some evenings. His girlfriend Sherry (Tina Cole) introduces him to her friends and Rob experiences a new lifestyle.
The Lotus Blossom S5, Ep11 26 Nov. 1964
The owner of the Lotus Blossom restaurant is thinking of returning to Hong Kong. Steve enjoys eating at the restaurant so he tries to convince her to stay, telling her all the great things to do in America.
First, You're a Tadpole S5, Ep12 3 Dec. 1964
Robbie (Don Grady) is in love with another girl (Charla Doherty). He asks Sally (Meredith MacRae) for advice because he thinks the girl is older than he is.
You're in My Power S5, Ep13 10 Dec. 1964
A TV hypnotist picks Robbie from the studio audience as a subject, and the mesmerist's powers extend far beyond the studio. While watching the show at home, Bub succumbs too.
The In-Law Whammy S5, Ep14 17 Dec. 1964
Mike meets Sally's father for the first time. The result? Total disaster.
Robbie and the Nurse S5, Ep15 24 Dec. 1964
Robbie has to go to the hospital after he is injured on the football field. His nurse (Danielle De Metz) is an attractive woman from France. She seems to be checking on Robbie constantly.
Divorce, Bryant Park Style S5, Ep16 31 Dec. 1964
Mike & Sally's good friends are having marital problems. Mike & Sally begin to wonder if they are too young to get married themselves.
A Woman's Work S5, Ep17 7 Jan. 1965
When Bub decides to fly to Ireland to visit his 104-year-old aunt, Steve says he can take care of the house while Bub is gone. Steve thinks women make it seem harder than it really is. Soon, Steve has to eat his words.
Here Comes Charley S5, Ep18 14 Jan. 1965
With Bub in Ireland and Steve unable to take care of the house and work also, he starts interviewing people for the job. Bub's brother Charley comes for a visit and ends up staying to help the family.
Run Time: 440 min
Genre: Comedy; Family; Television
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1