Andy, an old acquaintance of Ward's, offers to paint the house. But Andy's alcoholic past makes Ward and June reluctant to leave him with the boys.
Beaver And Andy: Andy is the man hired by the Cleavers to paint the trim of the house. However, Andy is an alcoholic and gets drunk on the job.
Ward has hired a nice old man named Andy to paint the house. Unfortunately, Andy has a drinking problem that Ward and June are trying to keep from the boys.
Lisa offers her services as secretary for Oliver's new law firm.
The law office of Douglas and Williams is open for business, even though the sign has Oliver Mendell Douglas (later Oliver Wendell Wilkie Holmes) listed as a partner. Unqualified secretary Lisa destroys a office typewriter before having the new phone connected to a fire alarm "clanger". Later, to boost business, she advertises a grand opening special with free prizes and discount law services.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, a big city lawyer who longs for a farm of his own, takes the big step and buys a spread near Hooterville. Eddie Albert stars as the attorney with the hankering for the soil, Eva Gabor plays his wife, Lisa, whose response to the news of his farm purchase is decidedly explosive.
Adam is rescued from an ambush by Gerald Eskith, a lawman who is on a mission to Virginia City. He's looking for Jackson Blaine, a friend of the Cartwrights, claiming he needs Blane to testify against the Murdoch gang.
Gerald Eskith comes to town claiming to be a Deputy Marshall.
Criminals have taken over Virginia City and forcing citizens to pay for protection lest they suffer an "accident". A store owner who didn't pay is murdered by a gang member and the sole witness, the victim's wife, is offered protection at the Ponderosa.
Organized crime comes to Virginia City -- in the form of a protection racket.
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