In Jack’s home in Beverly Hills, Rochester does the Spring cleaning as he sings some ad lib lyrics about Jack. They joke about love in the Springtime, and Polly’s love affair with the feather duster. Jack helps with some of the work, but when Mary comes inJack has an accident. She reads a letter from her mom about the family cow.
Dennis arrives with congradulations about his aunt who had a baby to add to her large family. Phil enters to have Jack cash a check so he can do some shopping. In the conversation, Jack calls Phil by his real name.
Mary comments on Phil’s fashion and style before he leaves. Don enters with the Sportsmen with a problem. They want to ask Jack for a raise. After the deal is touched on, but before they can sing anything, A phone call comes in from Ozzie Nelson, who called to announce his switch to CBS, and his new time slot just before jack. Harriot is on the other extension and they bring up a complaint about Jack’s laundry service.
Jack gets ready to go on an outing with the Beavers. The kids get ready for an overnight camping trip. The Beavers talk about some of Jack’s tall tales that he has told to them. They talk about Jack and the Academy Awards, and why he didn’t win.
Jack arrives and the classic bear hunting joke from earlier in the season returns. The troop march on their nature walk, but it’s time for a rest as jack takes off his shoes, then one by one the Beavers take a leap over the stream to set up camp.
Later when camp is set up, Jack leads in telling stories around the camp fire. The Beavers turn in for the night, and when one boy is afraid, Jack encourages him. When the noises of the night get to Jack, he has a momentary experience of fear. How does he deal with It?