When Dobie's psychology class teaches him about the many benefits of marriage, he decides it's time to marry Zelda. But at Maynard's suggestion, she decides that Dobie must first show her a sign of his passionate love, such as a serenade.
Dobie and Maynard work with their sociology professor Dr. Burkhart to start up a program for disadvantaged kids. Maynard finds that he has no trouble communicating with the little delinquents on their own level.
Dobie tries to convince Maynard that he is not going to fall for any more money-mad girls, but then successful college dropout Thalia Menninger shows up on campus and asks Dobie and Mr. Pomfritt to come work for her as salesmen.
When Maynard is called upon to write an article for the school newspaper about a primitive dance demonstration in his anthropology class, he borrows some adjectives from a tabloid that make it sound like an orgy.
Bully Butch Baumgartner, Dobie's old nemesis and now the army's heavyweight boxing champ, is coming home on the noon bus. The word is that he is coming back to knock Dobie's brains out. But he is so impressed by Dobie's courage in actually standing up to him that he ends up befriending Dobie.moreless
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