Lisa cons Oliver into taking a fifth honeymoon together, this one in Hawaii. When they check into the honeymoon suite, they are unaware that the hotel manager's groovy daughter has already given her friends the suite. Since the suite has two bedrooms it's just a matter of both couples avoiding each other while on their honeymoons.moreless
Oliver takes a night course in organic farming at the state college while Lisa studies psychology. After just three classes, everyone in Hooterville is running to "Doctor Lisa" to analyze their problems and give advice. Despite all of Oliver's bellyaching about her not being a doctor, she's soon "saved the life" of Hank Kimball, Sam Drucker, Arnold the Pig, and a quacking goat with an identity problem. Exasperated, Oliver has to make an appointment just to see his own wife.moreless
The governor declares the state bankrupt, shuts down most services, and raises taxes by 52%. Hothead Oliver demands the locals protest and, after hearing Lisa's story of how her father the king responded to a tax increase, secedes from the union. They blow up the bridge out of town and anoint Mr. Douglas as King Oliver I. Now in a panic, Governor Carstairs puts on his waders and comes to Hooterville for a summit with his royal highness.moreless
An embezzler hiding out in Pixley is an Oliver Douglas look-alike. When Eb spots the crook kissing his wife, he accuses Oliver of cheating on "Mom". Haney also see the two together and tries to blackmail Oliver into buying a hideous painting by "famous" artist Pablum Picarasso. When the cops show up, Oliver's the first one who's arrested. With both the real and fake Oliver in custody, Lisa si given the tasks of identifying who is who.moreless
The Saint gets involved in a gangster's revenge plot against a lawyer.
Simon becomes the guest on a TV talk show to find out if the host's half-brother, a scriptwriter who was going to quit to write a tell-all book, really decided to kill himself.moreless