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Joy hits Ed when he learns that he is about to become an Uncle. When he hears of this news, he goes straight to the typewriter and starts to list a bunch of names suitable to fit the little guy.
Addison's TV set stops working and Wilbur lends him his. Ed gets upset because he won't be able to watch his favorite doctor show.
Wilbur wants a picture of Ed to enter into a contest, and Ed does not want to participate. Feeling that the contest is undignified, Ed runs away to a zoo as a zebra.
Ed has an uncontrollable urge for Addison's apples and constantly takes them from Addison's apple tree. Addison gets very angy at Ed and threatens Wilbur to stop Ed, or there will be trouble.
After cutting the budget on their wives' spending, it's up to Wilbur and Addison to keep house while the women work and make the money.
Carol and Kay try to persuade their husbands to join the hunt club to emulate the First Lady. Wilbur agrees to join, but Ed won't let Wilbur ride him in the hunt.
Wilbur and Ed help an old handyman who was wrongfully accused of drugging a horse before a big race.
Ed becomes unemployed when Wilbur works him in the stable. After that happens, Ed feels that he is entitled to unemployment insurance.
The Posts, Addisons, and Ed all go to a ski lodge. During the trip they fall victim to card sharks. That is, until they use Ed to try and help them out.
Ed's feelings are hurt when Wilbur begins to ride a bike daily. Wilbur then realizes that he can't talk to a bike and that a bike cannot care for him the way Ed does.
The circus comes to town, and they intend to place it on the Addisons' property.
Wilbur gets into trouble with a married woman in the park as he is riding Ed. Ed also has the hots for a filly that this married woman is riding.
Addison, being the Chairman and a distant relative from Paul Revere, hires a sculptor to create an image of Paul. Ed also thinks it's fair to have him on his ancestor also......a horse of course of course.
Ed hesitates to participate in Wilbur's stage magic act.
Ed tells how a horse was involved in the true story of Thanksgiving, in the hopes that Wilbur will consider giving him some of the Thanksgiving dinner.
While Wilbur is working on nice living quarters for an elephant, Ed is taking apples from Addison's apple tree.
When Ed causes a newsboy to lose his job, Wilbur and Addison each suspect each other of being the one who did it.
Ed gets accidentally hit in the head with a bucket of carrots and he can't remember Wilbur or who he is.