The new housekeeper falls in love with Luke.
Three women do Grampa's housekeeping.
George wants to be elected VFW commander.
A roofing salesman swindles Luke.
Foreigners tour the farm.
An Army paratrooper lands on the chicken coop.
Luke falls for the actress staying with the McCoys.
The new housekeeper tries to set her daughter up with Luke.
Pepino inherits a valuable estate in Arizona.
A woman veterinarian treats a sick cow.
Luke becomes a health-spa athletic director.
Pepino and Pedro are dating the same girl.
Luke sells gossip stories to a newspaper.
Luke signs up for 20 years worth of dance lessons.
Luke and a crop duster vie for a rich woman.
Luke falls for the owner of a cornfield-trampling cow.
Grampa has to pick Louise's tomato crop.
A Scottish relative threatens Grampa's family position.
Greg runs away from home because he feels neglected.
Luke gets an ad-agency job.
Grampa runs for grange president; Louise's aunt is campaign manager.
Aunt Win has ulterior motives for dating George.
Grampa fears Luke will leave the farm if he marries Louise.
Aunt Win tries to make Luke jealous by matchmaking.
Greg has imaginary friends and makes up stories.
Luke keeps bringing dogs to the ranch.
Grampa, Luke and George are judges in a homemaker contest.
Grampa threatens George with a curse.
Luke tries to get rid of Uncle Rightly before Louise visits.
Uncle Rightly courts Flora to finance his musical milking machine.
Uncle Rightly promotes a corn-growing contest.
Jazz musicians rent a room.
Luke grows a beard.
Luke buys auctioned paintings.
Luke and Pat buy a boat.
Luke and Louise intervene in another couple's quarrels.
George and Flora fight over home improvements.
Luke and Greg become friends.
Pepino's mother runs a frijoles business.