The New Car
Luke and Kate try and talk Grampa into trading in the McCoys' old Ford, but Grampa won't let go of a ""member of the family"" that easily.
Grandpa and Luke's efforts to help Hassie win the attention of the most popular boy in school backfire, but for unexpected reasons.
Little Luke desperately wants play trumpet in the school band, but has no talent for the instrument. Grandpa resorts to chicanery to help him prevail when tryout day arrives.
Kate insists that Luke takes dancing lessons to improve his social graces, but she is unpleasantly surprised to learn that his teacher is an attractive young woman.
Luke goes over Grampa's head when he hires a geologist to locate and drill the new well.
Grampa falls for a con man's scheme and buys a worthless dog but comes up with a plan to get his money back.
Luke decides to prove to the family that he can sing by entering a talent show being broadcast on the radio.
A spat develops between Luke and Kate over the public show of affection as their long-married friends continue to carry on like newlyweds.
Grampa schemes to pass off a prized pig as his own at the county fair.
Grampa tries to teach Tommy the way to handle women and starts a war of the sexes in the McCoy household that threatens to ruin the upcoming dance for everyone.
George gives Kate an old vacuum cleaner, but Grampa is insulted by the act of charity.
Pepino goes out of his way to hire what he thinks will be a weaker co-worker so that he won't have any competition.
Kate likes the new neighbors, but Grampa insists they are snobs.
Grampa disapproves when Luke gets a job as a shoe salesman.
Grampa is worried that Kate will become disillusioned with farm life after they visit her old friend in Hollywood.
In order to secure a loan from the bank, Grampa must sign title to the McCoy farm over to his grandson Luke.
When the McCoys dig up a brontosaurus leg bone on their property, Kate wants to donate it to a museum, but Grampa would rather cash in on a roadside tourist attraction.
Grampa wants to become the new Grand High Imperial Mummy of the Ancient and Loyal Order of the Mystic Nile.
Grampa refuses to give Kate driving lessons, but Luke gives in to her request.
Grampa delights in telling about his war adventures - until the truth comes to light.
Grampa does everything he can to put an end to the drought, including a rain dance with a Native American.
The McCoys all think that George is wonderful houseguest, except for Grampa.
The McCoy household is worried that Kate's widowed mom has been swindled into marrying a man who is really after her $40-a-month income.
Kate is worried about her weight, so Luke tries to ease her mind by altering her dress.
Grampa thinks he's doing the right thing by escorting Hassie to the local hang-out for teenagers.
A young widow invites Grampa out, causing him to forget about his date with Flora.
Grampa talks Luke into becoming a Little League coach.
Grandpa's determination to keep Hassie's 15th birthday party a surprise causes her to become genuinely hurt and angry when she is convinced that no one cares about the occasion.
Grampa becomes a hero of civil disobedience when he threatens to bypass the county road commissioner's rules and repair a pothole himself.
Luke and Grampa's nightly checkers games leaves Kate feeling neglected.
Grampa attempts to hide his furniture from the tax assessor, leading the McCoys' minister to conclude that the family is experiencing serious financial difficulties
Kate is in line to win the homemaker contest, but Grampa has his eyes on the prize.
Grampa's latest scheme backfires when he withholds an insurance payment.
The McCoys are swindled by a shady paint salesman.
Envious Grampa attempts to sabotage a camping trip arranged by Hank Johnson, a generous neighbor who has become increasingly popular with Little Luke and his friends.
Luke aims to raise his standing with Little Luke by beating Grampa in the annual skeet competition.
Grampa doesn't let his lack of reading ability to get in the way of getting hired for a new job that requires answering mail.
A visitor trips on a post hole and uses his acting skills to trick the McCoys into letting him have a long stay.
Little Luke loses the church money he has raised to a carnival shyster, but Grampa has a scheme to get it back.