Featuring Buddy Hackett, Carol Meuller, Charlie Weaver, Jean Stapleton, Paul Lynde, Peter Marshall, Rose Marie, Sandy Duncan, Shirley Jones, Steve Rolland, Tony Randall, and Wally Cox.
Featuring Burt Reynolds, Charlie Weaver, Ginger Rogers, Jan Murray, Josie Fayhea, Karen Valentine, Mel Brooks, Mike Bowers, Nancy Wilson, Paul Lynde, Peter Marshall, and Wally Cox.
Featuring Betty Conner, Connie Stevens, Frances Sattler, Gail Fisher, Glenn Ford, Marty Allen, Mel Brooks, Paul Lynde, Peter Marshall, Suzanne Pleshette, Vincent Price, and Wally Cox.
Featuring Carl Crab, Ed McMahon, James Farientino, Joey Bishop, John Byner, Karen Valentine, Michelle Lee, Paul Lynde, Peter Marshall, Rosalynn Gotter, Totie Fields, and Wally Cox.
Featuring Amanda Blake, Doc Severinsen, Don Hogan, Harvey Korman, Hugh O'Brian, Joey Bishop, Karen Valentine, Martha Palmer, Paul Lynde, Peter Marshall, Sandra Dee, and Wally Cox.
Featuring David Steinberg, Florence Henderson, Glenn Ford, Kathleen Profitt, Lowel Pense, Paul Lynde, Peter Marshall, Rose Marie, Ross Martin, Tony Randall, and Wally Cox.
Featuring Carl Reiner, Charlie Weaver, George Harris, Gladice Jolang, Greg Dentloff, Janet Leigh, Paul Lynde, Peter Marshall, Rose Marie, Shecky Greence, Suzanne Pleshette, and Wally Cox
Featuring Burt Reynolds, Carl Reiner, Dom DeLuise, Hope Lange, Paul Lynde, Peter Fisk, Peter Marshall, Rose Marie, Suzanne Pleshette, Vincent Price, Virginia Niel, and Wally Cox.
Lucy is appointed an office manager in order to qualify Harry for a federal loan. Lucy as part of her program rents the office to a toy salesman.
Heyes and Curry find themselves in the strange position of not only helping their captors, but actually wanting to.
During a masquerade ball, Mac and Sally safeguard a valuable piece of jewelry entrusted to their care -- and Mac performs his duty in a bunny costume.
A skilled Dutch diamond cutter uses Lucy's home as a secret workshop while attempting to split the famed Kasbah diamond.
Wally Cox consoles Lucy who faints when she discovers that bogus warehouse thieves are the real thing.
Wally is the whimpish son of one of Harry's highschool buddies, Moose Manly. After hearing Moose's story about his son, Lucy insists on helping Wally overcome his fear of girls. So they frame a break-in at an old warehouse and let Wally save the day.
Wally Cox guest stars in this episode as a shy man lacking in self confidence. With Chet's help, he builds up the nerve to ask a woman out on a date. She rejects him, and he wants to commit suicide. Chet helps to restore the man's confidence and self esteem.