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Ozzie and Harriet Nelson raise their two sons Ricky and David. As the sons age, they experience teenage dating problems, marriage and careers.
It's David's 17th birthday, and he's trying to do anything he can to look older because he has a crush on Sally Patterson, a girl who is only interested in older men.
Ozzie needs to have the roof gutter repaired before the next rain, but a bird's nest is holding up the works.
David panics when he gets a letter informing him that he's missed a series of car payments and his car could be repossessed.
A pair of neighborhood boys ask Ozzie to hold their jar of pennies for safekeeping. Ozzie invites his friends over for a poker game and, strapped for funds, borrows the kids' change as a gambling stake, not realizing that the coins were part of a valuable collection.
Rick decides to grow a beard, much to his wife's disgust. When Rick's friends and relations decide to go one better and wear "fully grown" fake beards, disaster ensues.
Rick, serving as the best man at a wedding, is embarrassed by the attention he receives from the maid-of-honor, because he's not attracted to her at all.