Leave It to Beaver

Season 4 Episode 39

Substitute Father

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Aired Unknown Jun 24, 1961 on ABC
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Before leaving on a business trip, Ward asks Wally to look after June and Beaver and Wally does indeed. However, when Miss Landers hears Beaver swear at a bully, Beaver turns to Wally to handle the situation and be a "substitute father."

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    Fred Sherman

    Fred Sherman

    Taxi Driver

    Guest Star

    Stephen Talbot

    Stephen Talbot

    Gilbert Bates

    Recurring Role

    Richard Correll

    Richard Correll

    Richard Rickover

    Recurring Role

    Sue Randall

    Sue Randall

    Miss Alice Landers

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      • (Arthur has just deliberately tripped Beaver...)
        Beaver:
        What'd you do that for, Arthur?
        Arthur:
        Why don't you watch where you're walking, you clumsy creep?
        (Ms. Landers comes out of her oom)

        Beaver:
        You know what are, Arthur? You're a big dumb... (the school bell rings, drowning out Beaver's cursing)
        Ms. Landers:
        (shocked) Theodore!
        Beaver:
        (smiles sheepishly) Ms. Landers...
        Ms. Landers:
        Theodore Cleaver, did I hear you say what I think I did?
        Beaver:
        Yes, Ms. Landers. I'm afraid you heard what you think you heard.

      • Miss Landers: Well Theodore, I hope you've learned your lesson
        Beaver: Oh yes, Miss Landers. I will never say words like that again. even if I bang my toe I won't even say ouch!

        June: *to Ward on the phone* Ward, could you bring something special home for Wally?
        Ward: Well, yes, but why?
        June: Well, I'm not really sure myself. Let's just say he did a very good job at carving the roast beef last night.

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