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Leave It to Beaver

Season 6 Episode 13

Beaver's Autobiography

Aired Unknown Dec 20, 1962 on ABC
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Episode Summary

Beaver has been given an assignment in which he must write a autobiography for class but isn't sure about his abilities at writing. So, he convinces a girl, who likes him, to write it for him. When she discovers that he is merely using her, she writes an outrageous life story and hands it in, causing embarrassment for Beaver when the teacher reads it in class.moreless

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  • This episode was clear indication that the show is well past its prime.

    This has got to be the worst episode of Leave it to Beaver I have ever seen. Not because of the comedy, but because this episode indicates that the last 216 episodes weren't canon.

    Beaver can't think of anything interesting to write about. So I guess that smoking, getting stuck in a giant soup cup, getting not one, but two traffic violations and having to go to court twice, being locked in the school and getting your head stuck in a fence, giving alchol to someone and having them mess up for it, sailing out and almost drowning in a lake, winning a bike, getting a stolen boat, winning a 3500 sports car, making a face for his school picture, being chased by dogs in a bunny suit, and many others isn't interesting.

    Exactly what does he find interesting, blowing up a building or killing half the Jews in Germany?

    This episode would have been better off as a clip show and Beaver remembering all the trouble he has gotten into over the years. At least then it would hav made sensemoreless
Frances Mercer

Frances Mercer

Mrs. Carter

Guest Star

Terry Burnham

Terry Burnham


Guest Star

Harlan Warde

Harlan Warde

Mr. Thompson

Guest Star

Stephen Talbot

Stephen Talbot

Gilbert Bates

Recurring Role

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