A mysterious British nanny with psychic powers arrives at the Everett home to take care of the widowed professor's three children.
Prudence has a recurring nightmare with a monster named Wiblet, and Nanny isn't prepared to tell her it doesn't exist.
Butch is hanging with the tragically cool, instead of his family.
Nanny proves more effective than a child psychologist.
After big brother Hal gets a telescope for his birthday, Butch gets in on the astronomical action and spots a comet first time out.
The family goes on an outing.
Professor gives Nanny driving lessons as Arabella gets a second life.
Nanny and the children rescue ducklings and help an old man.
After Waldo retrieves an ancient bone, paleontologists dig up the back yard.
The city plans to cut down the children's Oak Street Clubhouse.
The professor considers a new job.
Everett fears a meeting with an old girlfriend.
A trunk from Tibet arrives just in time for Nanny to boost Hal's confidence.
Prudence gives up her pet rooster and gets back a flock of chicks.
Homeroom presidential candidate Butch runs against a vote-buyer.