Fed up with meeting losers, Niles decides to try a dating service. Meanwhile, Daphne has had it with her mother's interference in her wedding.
Endora pops in dust in time to witness a very harried, busy and quite usual morning for Samantha. Endora points out to Samantha that, if Darrin had some ambition that things would be a lot easier for her. Samantha informs Endora that she is quite content with Darrin and with her mode of living. Endora decides to cast a spell on Darrin which will give him more push and ambition. At the office, Larry Tate is surprised when Darrin consents to taking over the Braddock account -- one which Larry has been after a very busy Darrin to take over for months. When Larry asks Darrin to join he and Mr. Braddock for lunch, Darrin has Larry called away from the table on a phony telephone call. When alone, he makes quite clear to Braddock that most of the good work being done on the account is due to Darrin's efforts, not Larry's. Later, Mr. Braddock requests that Darrin handle the account.
Endora casts an "ambition" spell on Darrin almost breaking up a friendship and business association.
Helen Crump and her students convince a crotchety old school principal that today's youngsters aren't so different from his own generation.
Helen and her students try to close the generation gap by showing that today's kids are no different than yesterday's.
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.
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