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A Copa Club chorus girl's compliments toward Rusty go to his head, and he plans on asking her out, in spite of the age difference. Danny and Charley arrange a date between them, hoping Rusty will be disillusioned and stick to girls his own age.
Concerned that their husbands are overworked, Kathy and Bunny employ a team of canine performers in an effort to gaslight them into taking it easy.
Danny looks up an old tomboy he used to know in school as "Moose" and marvels at how beautiful she has become, much to jealous Kathy's consternation, until Kathy learns that "Moose" isn't what, or who, she seems.
Pupa's expensive phone calls to Italy prompt Danny and Kathy to convince a reluctant Rusty to be friendly toward her by conversing with her in Italian, and he ends up unwittingly proposing to her.
Pupa is down in the dumps because she has to surrender her dog to the authorities for a period of confinement after smuggling him in from Italy. Danny and Charlie buy a look-alike dog to try and fool her, hoping she'll perk up.
Pupa, the young girl jazz singer whom Danny and Kathy met during their stay in Italy, comes to America and pays the Williamses a visit. Danny wants her to sing jazz at the Copa, but her overbearing uncle insists she only sing opera.
Linda meets a man in the park who claims he's a leprechaun, and she brings him home for lunch. Danny thinks the man is a kook and summons the police to have him put away.
When Uncle Tonoose finds himself unemployed after an argument with Danny's cousin Habib, Danny reluctantly arranges a job for him in the stockroom at a shoe store. Kathy employs psychology to convince the old man to go back to the clan in Toledo.
Danny bows to pressure from the local tradespeople he and Kathy do business with to stop telling jokes about them at the Copa, but decides to fight back after performing a sensitive routine that flops.
When Bunny wants to return to show business by getting a part in a revue at the Copa Club, Danny and Charlie try to discourage her by casting her in an unenviable role, which prompts her to kick Charlie out of their apartment after she and Kathy overhear the two men bragging about their scheme.moreless
After Kathy and Pat get hoodwinked buying a supposedly antique cuckoo clock from an old lady, Danny and Charlie try doing the same thing by selling off some of their old discarded junk as antiques.
The Williamses and the Halpers act like simple country folk in an effort to make friends with their new Connecticut country neighbors, unaware that the new neighbors are actually city folk just like them.
Frank cons Danny into going on a TV quiz show with him, ostensibly to win a washing machine for his (Frank's) mother.. When Danny misses one question and loses the prize, he becomes the scapegoat, prompting the family to get him to buy Frank's mother a new washer.
When Kathy's spending becomes an issue, she maneuvers Danny's agent, Phil Brokaw, into hiring her as his secretary to prove she can do the job, much to Phil's regret.
Everybody is mad at Danny for using Linda's crush on a boy at school as fodder for his comic material on a TV talk show. Everybody, that is, except for the object of Linda's crush, who has become a celebrity at school as a result of Danny's appearance on the show.moreless
Lamenting his lack of time together with his son, Danny longs for Rusty to invite him to a Father/Son bowling tournament.
The Williamses and the Halpers spend their first weekend together in their new Connecticut country home which they share, and immediately find themselves getting on each other's nerves.
When a musician at the Copa Club finds himself owing money to a tough character, he tries to sucker Danny's friend Alfie into giving him the money to pay the guy off.
After Danny and Charley fire a lazy carpenter whom they had hired to fix up their new country home, they decide to do the job themselves. When things go wrong, they are convinced it's because of a hex the man had put on them in retaliation.
Danny's Uncle Tonoose visits the Williams household and announces he's getting married. Danny, believing the intended bride is a manipulator, schemes with Kathy to put her to the test.
Kathy, resentful of being the butt of Danny's nightclub routine, tries to turn the tables on him by going on a TV talk show telling jokes and weird stories about Danny.
A man from Danny's distant past pays him a visit to repay a $50 loan he says Danny gave him years ago. The thing is, Danny doesn't remember the man, or the loan.