Eddie's curious teachers decide to pay the Munsters a visit at home when they read Eddie's imaginative essay about life at the Munster household.
When Herman is struck by a car, the nervous driver offers him a large cash settlement. But Herman misunderstands and thinks he owes the driver money.
After being put in a trance by Grandpa to cure his hiccups, Herman is kidnapped by two daring college coeds who sneak him into a sorority house.
When Herman accidentally ruins Grandpa's birthday gift for Eddie, they argue and paint a line down the middle of the house to mark their territories.
Herman tells Marilyn he'll get a good deal on a car for her but ends up getting cheated by a slick used car salesman who dubs himself "Fair Deal Dan."
When Eddie asks his parents for a younger brother, Grandpa constructs a robot boy named Boris. But Eddie soon resents the attention Boris receives.
Lily mistakes the bumbling Johann, one of Dr. Frankenstein IV's earlier "models," for Herman and whisks him away for a romantic weekend.
When Marilyn's art professor sees her statue of Herman, he invites Herman to a meeting with other professors to see if he's an evolutionary throwback.
Grandpa makes a potion that instantly improves Eddie's trumpet-playing skills. But a second batch of the brew turns Eddie into a rebellious punk.
With a nod to Cyrano de Bergerac, Herman helps a co-worker, Clyde, court a girl by writing love poems that Clyde passes off as his own.
Herman is jealous when Eddie begins to idolize Zombo, the popular host of a televised horror show. Herman sets out to win back Eddie¿s admiration.
Eddie's birthday gift to Marilyn is a ring bearing the dreaded Fregosi Emerald. They must find a Fregosi descendant to remove the ring¿s evil aura.
Grandpa falls under suspicion when a woman from Iowa claims he's her long-lost husband. Grandpa denies it until he learns that she's rich.
It's a battle of the sexes when the Munsters split a $10,000 windfall: Lily and Marilyn open a salon, and Herman and Grandpa work on an invention.
During a family trip, Herman gets stranded in the desert and wanders into a Native American village, where he's mistaken for an ancient sacred spirit.
Fooling around with Grandpa's lab equipment, Herman suffers a horribly disfiguring accident that leaves him looking like a regular man.
The Munsters clip - starring Al Lewis, Butch Patrick, Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo, Beverley Owen, Pat Priest.
This is it: the first season of the immortal television show about a family of monsters and their struggles in the normal world. The cast includes Fred Gwynne as patriarch Herman Munster, a dense yet loveable Frankenstein look-alike, Yvonne DeCarlo as his gorgeously gothic wife Lily, Butch Patrick as their widow-peaked son Eddie, and Al Lewis as Grandpa Munster.
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