starring barbara billingsley, hugh beaumont, and jerry mathers as the beaver. - you spying on the neighbors again? - no, i'm watching for beaver to come home from dancing school. - oh, i guess that is an important homecoming. - it certainly is. do you know for the past two years he's talked his way out of attending almost half the classes with one excuse or another? he'll probably come home with a new alibi today. - i think the last time he had some story about the flower decorations giving him an allergy. (laughter) - and the time before he said the waltzes gave him a charlie horse. (laughter) - well you know i think the basic trouble is an allergy. boys his age are just naturally allergic to little girls. (laughter) here he comes. i suppose we'll hear some new reason now why he should abandon the social graces. - dear, if he's very upset let's not be too hard on him. - yeah. - well beaver, did you have a good time with all your nice little friends at dancing school?
mathers as the beaver. - [wally] "you are invited to a party at school "for penny, 3:30 friday. "cake and ice-cream will be served." signed mrs. henry woods. well, you might as well throw this one away, mom. - well now, why wouldn't he want to go to a party at school for penny woods? - well in the first place, because she's a girl. in the second place, 'cause beaver says she's just about the creepiest girl in the whole school. - oh, i think that's ridiculous. i wanted him to go, because i think this is going to be a sweet little affair. - okay mom, but i think this is going to be one of those sweet little affairs dad's going to have to beat him into going to. (laughter) (uptempo instrumental music) you both have a perfect driving record. >>perfect. no tickets. no accidents... >>that is until one of you clips a food truck,
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