The Taylors invite Bee's sister and her husband Ollie for a visit for the first time in over a decade, but quickly remember why they had avoided seeing them for so long. After the miserable weekend, Andy and Aunt Bee secretly anticipate their company's departure, only to learn that they'll be staying for a whole week. Andy tries to find a sneaky way to send them home early.moreless
Barney learns that in order to keep his job and pass the mandatory physical for the deputy's office, he must weigh more and be taller. Andy and Aunt Bee spend a week trying to stretch him and fatten him up. The day before the physical, however, Barney is still two pounds underweight, prompting Andy to seek an alternative solution to the problem.moreless
Opie develops a crush at school. Believing Opie's crush is a classmate, Barney helps him try to woo her, only to discover that Opie's crush is his teacher, Miss Helen Crump.
Andy, Barney, and Gomer take a group of boys camping in the mountains to show them the pioneer life. Barney winds up getting himself and Gomer lost in the woods, and Andy must find a way to get them back to camp without hurting Barney's ego.moreless
After Opie becomes involved in a sales scam, Barney hatches up a plan to get him out of it, but gets himself into hot water in the process.
Suburban living gets Lucy into a flower-show competition, and she raises tulips with a vengeance as she tries to beat out her neighbor, Betty Ramsey, for first prize. Lucy asks Ricky to mow the lawn so that her garden will look just right. But he only mows half before taking off for a baseball game, leaving Lucy and Ethel to tiptoe through the tulips -- with the lawnmower.moreless
With the best intentions in the world, Lucy somehow causes a misunderstanding with her new neighbors, the Ramseys. It all starts when Betty Ramsey offers Lucy some advice and a wholesale deal on furniture. For a time, the Ricardos' whole future at their Connecticut home seems threatened.moreless