A party line allows Ed to romance Clint Eastwood's horse.
A temporary party line on the phone allows Ed to court Clint Eastwood's horse. However, his antics wreak havoc between Eastwood and Wilbur.
Roger's new polygraph causes problems all around.
Addison tries to promote Wilbur into helping him finance a new Lie Detector machine. Carol is shocked to find out about Wilbur's old girlfriend and becomes jealous. Ed becomes short-circuited in a fib and tries to leave home.
Ed plays Cupid for the new neighbors' teenage daughter.
Beatniks invade the Addisons' beachfront property.
Addison's beach property is put in jeopardy by a group of beatniks. Wilbur tries to help and ends up with his own beatnik problem.
The teenage daughter of the Posts' new neighbors gets them involved in her romantic problems. Ed, as usual, sticking his nose into everyone's affairs, comes up with a solution.
The Addisons announce plans to move back East.
The Addisons inherit a large estate in the East and plan to move there to the dismay of the Posts. Even Ed is sorry to see the Addisons leave after getting a look at the new neighbors.
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