Lisa and Oliver and most of their Hooterville friends enter a contest that promises the winners a free trip to Hawaii.
When Oliver and Lisa start looking for items in their wardrobe to donate to the rummage sale, they take a nostalgic look at the past.
Uncle Joe Carson is trying to raise funds to send the fire chief to the Annual Convention of Fire Chiefs, in Miami, Florida.
Oliver is cast in the unwilling role of 'father of the potential groom' when his handyman announces unexpected marriage plans.
Oliver launches an attack on Hooterville's State District Representative, Ben Hanks, and winds up running against him for a political office.
Lisa sets out to surprise Oliver by becoming a lady carpenter.
When Eleanor, the Douglases' cow, runs out of milk, Mr. Kimball diagnoses her ailment as a severe lack of romance.
'Old Mail Day' comes to Hooterville when Sam Drucker cleans up his general store, and delivers all the old mail he finds to their rightful owners.
County Agent Hank Kimball receives word that the Agricultural Department is sending a student to observe his work.
Oliver is the unanimous choice to organize the Centennial pageant that celebrates the early days of the city of Hooterville.
Lisa receives a blue feather in the mail and immediately recognizes it as a token of a powerful curse.
The Douglases' farm life turns upside-down when they discover that their farm is located in the town of Pixley instead of friendly ol' Hooterville.
Lisa reveals her birthday gift list to Oliver.
Oliver decides to become a chicken rancher and buys 1,000 baby chicks for the great experiment.
To test whether or not 'absence makes the heart grow fonder,' Oliver sends Lisa off on a vacation by herself.
Oliver and Lisa make a startling discovery when they find some priceless jewelry in boxes of inexpensive cereal.
A young law school graduate approaches Oliver with a proposal to become partners in a Hooterville law practice.
Lisa offers her services as secretary for Oliver's new law firm.
When Oliver and Lisa go to the airport to see Mr. Kimball and Eb off to Washington D.C., they unexpectedly wind up aboard the airliner.
The Douglases and their friends are prepared to stay another week in Washington D.C. while Mr. Haney continues to look after the Douglas farm.
After she befriends a beautiful doe that visits the farm, Lisa launches an all-out drive to halt the hunting season.
When Lisa and Oliver discover an error in their marriage license, Lisa concludes that they have never been married.
Oliver and Lisa watch their farm become a unique assembly line for handling babies, as Eb, their hired hand, uses his ingenuity to raise needed cash.
While searching through an old trunk, Oliver and Lisa discover evidence of a unique 19th century romance.
Oliver and Lisa are caught in a wild series of events when an eccentric Hooterville inventor produces the world's first 'milk- making machine.'
When Eb is suddenly missing, Lisa's avid belief in reincarnation leads her to believe that he's come back as a friendly dog.