Overwhelmed by the impending birth of his eleventh child, Mel allows Dickens and Fenster to babysit his brood.
Frustrated with their low wages, Dickens and Fenster decide to go into business for themselves, but soon discover that hanging out their shingle is not as easy as it looks.
Convinced his friend has a severe back ailment that he won't admit, Arch goes behind Harry's back in order to confirm his suspicions.
When the Dickens' throw a party for their married friends, Harry goes to extremes to conceal from Arch that he's not invited.
Harry feels like his friendship with Arch is going to the dogs after Fenster adopts a precious pup and begins to neglect all his relationships.
The Telling of a seemingly innocent joke leads to an all-out war, jeopardizing the construction crew's bid for the coveted Safety Award.
When Mr. Bannister fires Arch for his endless parade of girlfriends at the construction site, Harry, Mell and Mulligan have to decide whether to admit their own culpability.
Tired of being the butt of Mulligan's jokes, Harry puts an end to it by refusing Arch's invitation for a celebratory evening with the construction gang.
When an old Army buddy's daughter stays over at the Dicken's residence, Harry fears that Arch will make a play for the seemingly guileless girl.
There's hell "to pay" when Mr. Bannister decides to start wearing a rug.
Dickens battles a severe case of stage frightwhile auditioning for a TV commercial.
When a homeless Fenster moves in with Harry and Kate, he nearly demolishes their relationship when he starts to talk trash about his friend...in his sleep!
When Arch becomes engaged to a comely young stewardess, a jealous Harry attempts to sabotage their relationship before it ever gets off the ground.
While spending the weekend in their mountain cabin, Dickens, Fenster, and Mulligan, become suspicious of Mel, when they discover his uncanny resemblance to a notorious bank robber.
Harry comes down with a severe case of jealousy when Kate, is assigned night shift duties at the hospital with a team of handsome doctors.
In the pilot for I'm Dickens...He's Fenster, Harry Dickens fears not being promoted to foreman, while his friend, Arch Fenster tries to boost Harry's confidence.
As two best friends on the world's wackiest construction crew, Harry Dickens and Arch Fenster really "nail" the humor in Volume One of this long-lost 1962 TV comedy.
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