Oliver has difficulties with an heirloom watch and seeks the aid of his ex-secretary to find the only jeweler in New York capable of fixing the timepiece.
Lisa employs her womanly wiles to maneuver Oliver into a fifth honeymoon visit to the Moana Rexford Hotel in Hawaii.
Lisa and Oliver go back to college, where Lisa takes up the improbable subject of psychology.
Oliver's plans to repair his rural farmhouse fall through when Mr.Kimball falls through the Douglases' porch and injures his foot.
Hooterville's annual Carpenter's Ball threatens the happy Douglas home when Oliver declines to take Lisa to this mad-cap event.
The Douglases continue to entertain 'web-footed royalty' in the person of Drobney the duck. Drobney Jr. is beginning to show signs of homesickness.
The town of Hooterville, incensed by an increased tax burden, secedes from the state and proclaims Oliver to be 'King Oliver I.'
Lisa parlays her uncle's cabbage soup into a miracle cleaning fluid and immediately puts all her friends on the 'spot.'
Arnold the pig is the key witness to a daring robbery, and just the pig to cook the crook's bacon.
Eb involves Oliver and Lisa in a 'big wedding deal.'
Lisa entertains the son of a fellow war hero, the 'fowlish' person of Drobney, a real live duck.
Oliver and Lisa agree to have their farmhouse painted, free of charge, as part of a paint company's advertising campaign.
Lisa parts with her engagement ring to promote 'love's dream' as Eb decides to get married to Darlene.
When Oliver refuses to take Lisa to the city for the anniversary party of a friend, Lisa launches into a plot that leads Oliver to believe he is in the world of little people.
Lisa discovers the Women's Lib Movement and decides to take over the male chores on the farm, reducing Oliver to the role of house- husband.
The Douglas farm becomes a stage when Eb mistakenly enrolls in a correspondence class in acting instead of accounting.
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Successful lawyer Oliver Wendell Douglas (Eddie Albert) longs to leave behind the complications of modern society and life in Manhattan, and despite the protestations of his socialite wife Lisa (Eva Gabor), Oliver buys a farm from swindler Mr. Haney.
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