When the Donaldsons go out of town, Beaver and Wally are given the responsibility of looking after their cat, Puff Puff.
Larry plans to spend the weekend at Beaver's house, which promises to be lots of fun -- that is, until the two friends get into a fight.
After succumbing to pressure from Larry to use Ward's new drill, Beaver damages the garage wall and gets into big trouble.
An animal has been chewing up June's flowers. But in the process of trying to catch the culprit, Beaver traps a rabbit and insists on keeping it.
Impressed by his old friend's stories from military school, Wally starts thinking that he'd like the same experience.
After ripping a pair of expensive pants at a construction site he was told not to visit, Beaver makes up an incredible lie to tell his parents.
Wally is excited when Ward offers him a job painting garbage cans for 50 cents each. But Wally soon learns Eddie got paid $3 a can for the same job.
While cleaning out the garage, Beaver stumbles upon his favorite childhood teddy bear.
When Wally comes down with a sore throat, June, Ward and Dr. Bradley all pay careful attention to him, which makes Beaver jealous.
Beaver feels neglected when Ward and June make a fuss about Wally making the baseball team, and wants to impress his family with his own abilities.
Ward plans a camping trip. But when Ward gets called into the office and his outdoor adventure falls apart, Beaver and Wally go camping anyway.
To impress Wally's friends, Beaver lies and tells them an Indian battle occurred in a nearby lot. Beaver is under pressure to prove that it's true.
Wally is planning on going stag to eighth-grade dance. Mary Ellen Rogers wants Wally to take her instead, and turns to Beaver for help.
The boys convince their Aunt Martha to let them buy their own tickets home.
After Eddie accidentally knocks a baseball through the Cleavers' window, Ward forbids anyone to play ball near the house.
Ward builds Beaver his very own soapbox racecar. Beaver knows he's not supposed to ride it without supervision, but he disobeys the rule.