Mrs. Garrett finds teen pandemonium when she visits Kimberly's school.
Willis has a special birthday request: a party back in his Harlem neighborhood with his old buddies.
Arnold perseveres in an uphill struggle to bring a holdup man to justice.
Conclusion. Drummond and his brood visit his newly purchased radio station and an old Army buddy.
Drummond and his brood journey to Oregon to see his latest acquisition - the radio station where an old Army buddy holds forth. Part 1 of 2.
A frantic Willis keeps up pretenses after he's fired the first day on a job.
A reunion with successful friends convinces Mrs. Garrett of her own failure.
Willis' demand for privacy sparks a feud with Arnold.
The new landlord decides to evict families with preteens.
Basketball-team captain Willis gets some bad news: get better grades or quit the team.
The boys' cousin Muriel arrives, and she's as broke as she is likable.
Arnold, Willis and Kimberly are out to foil Drummond's plan to marry a widow.
The boys show off their new home to their old friends.
A bully's after Arnold and Willis wants him to fight back, while Drummond wants peace talks.
Drummond's teachings about justice backfire when he must give Arnold a fair trial for his misdeeds.
The ratty doll Arnold sleeps with is accidentally sold.