Lose Me in Las Vegas
Danny and Kathy take a delayed honeymoon in Las Vegas with the children to tag along where Danny ends up entertaining crowds.
Terry refuses to relinquish the mantle of housekeeper to Kathy.
Danny's Uncle comes to town to meet his new niece-by-marriage, Kathy, which is actually an inspection to determine whether she will be officially accepted into the family.
Terry has to decide between asking Dinah Shore or Kathy to sing at a fund-raiser at her school. Terry does not want to hurt Kathy's feelings, but she would rather ask Dinah Shore.
Rusty tells Linda that he can convince his parents to do anything he wants because he knows how to manipulate them. It works, until Danny and Kathy catch on to his game.
Danny and Kathy try to prove they can be just as active as other couples by cramming in one activity after another.
Kathy's father is angry with Danny for not waiting for him to return from a three-month trip before they got married.
Rusty expects to be rewarded for returning a wallet to its owner, but Danny tries to explain that honesty is its own reward.
Terry gets a part-time job at a dress shop where she keeps losing customers to an aggressive co-worker.
Terry and her friend Peggy are hoping to join an exclusive sorority at their high school, but Terry is refused membership because her father is in show business.
Rusty announces he is entering the Soap Box Derby. Danny and Mr. Daly go down to the basement to help Rusty.
When a man at the Copa is forced to give up his dog, Danny takes the dog home to Rusty, who realizes how the dog's former owner is attached to him.
To get out of losing a chess game, Kathy's uncle Sean has Danny send word back to his old foe Paddy McCormick in Dublin that he's died.
When Liz booked Bob Hope for a benefit Danny is doing for the Heart Fund, Danny thinks Bob Hope will steal the show from him.
Danny is afraid that "Evil Eye" Schultz, a waiter with a reputation for jinxing opening performances, will mess up his opening at the Copacabana.
When the waiter at the Copa gets engaged to a woman with children, Danny explains to him why he shouldn't take the children on his honeymoon by telling him about his own.
When the head of Kathy's ladies' club suggests that Rusty is incapable of selling more raffle tickets than her son, Danny uses his nightclub act as a venue to help Rusty.
Rusty takes boxing lessons to deal with a bully at school, only to become the new bully.
Kathy signs Danny up to be the director and producer of a charity show at the hospital where she used to work.
The school is having an awards ceremony and the fathers are invited to say a few words. Rusty is receiving an award and Danny is going, but Rusty's friend is going alone.
When Terry has a crush on Dean Martin and has been spurning her classmate Donald Cooper, Danny tries to place Terry back into the arms of Donald.
The decibel level in the Williams household is nearly unbearable when Danny's voluble Uncle Tonoose meets Kathy's bombastic father, Mr. Daly.
Kathy's nerves are frayed by Danny's constant hollering at her and the kids. But she's even more distressed once he's stopped his constant carping.
Danny and Benny discover a wonderful new singer while passing through Rock Ridge, West Virginia.
Terry's friends have band practice at Danny's house, preparing for a PTA show. Danny protests because it is rock and roll, until he finds out the principal cancels the band.
usty finds a beggar to be Terry's drama coach when she's unable to act her part in ""The Merchant of Venice.
Kathy's father visits and stays with the Williams. Kathy tries to convince her father to stay for a long visit. Since he is unemployed, he decides to stay.
Kathy accompanies Danny to his poker game after he tells Rusty that families should do things together.
Rusty gets a job shining shoes to prove that he doesn't need an allowance and encounters a boy who polishes shoes because his family relies on his income for groceries.
Terry has a new, sophisticated girlfriend and Danny doesn't approve, until he meets her wealthy, aloof parents.
When Liz signs a beautiful blond dancer, Dawn DuBois, as part of Danny's new act, he's convinced that Kathy will become insanely jealous of the young woman.
Danny pulls out all the stops to put his very best foot forward when a hard-nosed columnist writes a column on everyday life at the Williams household.
Elenco de la PeliculaRusty Hamer, Angela Cartwright, Hans Conried, Joyce Jameson
Elenco de la PeliculaDanny Thomas, Marjorie Lord, Sherry Jackson, Bob Hope
EscritorR.S. Allen, Barbara Avedon, George Beck, Jerry Belson
Dirigido PorSheldon Leonard