While on a family camping trip, Grandpa hears the howling of wolves, which reminds him of his younger days, so he sneaks off to have fun.
Herman decides to take the entire family on a weekend camping trip to teach his son how to fish. After dinner, Eddie goes to bed while his elders enjoy the delights of a campfire. Grandpa begins to reminisce about his days in the old country after hearing the cry of wolves in the distance.
Herman decides to take the family on a camping trip.
A time of danger approaches for all of the Kingdom. With a soothsayer's dire prophecy, the Pharoah orders the slaughter of all newborn males. But one child, born of Hebrew slave, is put in the care of others to ensure his own safety, Moses.
While Grandpa works on his new invention, a machine designed to extract electricity from the air and store it, Eddie attempts to write a school composition titled "My Parents -- An Average American Family", with Herman's help.
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.
Eddie's teacher believes he has an overactive imagination about his family.
When caught in the middle of the street by a traffic signal change from "Walk" to "Don't Walk", Herman obeys the order and is struck by a car. Though he is uninjured, the car is completely wrecked and Herman faints at the realization of the havoc he has wrought.
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.
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.
While the Munster family are at a drive-in movie, two college students visit the house and decide it would be the perfect setting for a fraternity initiation. Not realizing that the house is occupied, the boys agree to force two pledges to spend the night there as part of the initiation ceremony.
Grandpa insists that he is half-owner of the family's house.
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.
After Herman accidentally ruins Eddie's birthday present, a small racing car on which he and Grandpa have been working in secret for some time, a fight breaks out between Herman and Grandpa concerning who is at fault for destroying Eddie's surprise. As the argument continues, it assumes greater proportions until Herman asks Grandpa to leave his house.
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