Gidget: Season 1: Episode 25 -- Russ entrusts Gidget to Anne and John while he goes on a fishing trip.
Gidget: Season 1: Episode 17 -- With Jeff back at Princeton, Gidget prepares for a lonely existence. Then she becomes attracted to a handsome surfer in his late twenties.
Gidget: Season 1: Episode 9 -- Anne and John announce they have arranged a scholarship for Gidget at a school in Paris where she can become a sophisticated young lady.
Gidget: Season 1: Episode 32 -- When Charley, a tiny alligator belonging to young Dewey Seldon dies, Gidget puts it into the Lawrence freezer in a casserole until the boy gets permission to preserve his pet.
Gidget: Season 1: Episode 24 -- Gidget and Larue join the screaming fans to welcome the Dingbats, Herbie and Arthur.
Gidget: Season 1: Episode 16 -- Although cousins, football captain Tate Cook and basketball captain Corky Cook are bitter enemies.
Gidget: Season 1: Episode 8 -- On a blind date, Gidget falls for Roger Haines, Larue's cousin. She is mortified when he buys a junior ticket for her at the movies.
Gidget: Season 1: Episode 31 -- Gidget and Toby Whitley would really have a wonderful time together if Toby's father, Professor Mel Whitley didn't insist on turning their dates into threesomes.
Sandra Dee became a model for countless teenagers in the late 1950's when she played Gidget, a sad-faced youngster who doesn't quite measure up to the chesty, bikinied girls on the beach. Her mom's reassurances come true when two surfers start paying Gidget some attention.
The four daughters of a slain notorious outlaw decide to continue in their father's footsteps--with a life of banditry and robbery. Two of the daughters soon want out. The other two love it.
As Betty approaches her completion of High School she grows anxious. Jim tries to reassure her. As graduation grows nearer no one can reconcile Betty’s fears.
For once in his life Bud has studied hard for a big test.
Bud is upset because he has lost a job to another boy.
Betty lobbies a neighbor to remove his dangerously high hedge.
Bud is chosen as the most popular boy in his class.
Bud quits school after meeting a successful businessman who did the same.
Jim wants to finish his work before leaving on a business trip, but is constantly interrupted by his family.
Betty uses her womanly wiles to get the neighbor boy to take her out.
Margaret has no trophies in the family display case, so she tries to win a fly-fishing award.
The Andersons take in a stray dog who shows up on their doorstep.
Bud accidentally sells a pair of skates that Betty was hiding for a friend.
Bud falls in love with an older woman at the supermarket -- then finds out she's married.