Episode: 093 | Aired: September 25, 1968
Lisa and Oliver and most of their Hooterville friends enter a contest that promises the winners a free trip to Hawaii.
Episode: 094 | Aired: October 02, 1968
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.
Episode: 095 | Aired: October 23, 1968
Oliver is cast in the unwilling role of "father of the potential groom" when his handyman announces unexpected marriage plans.
Episode: 096 | Aired: October 16, 1968
Uncle Joe Carson is trying to raise funds to send the fire chief to the Annual Convention of Fire Chiefs, in Miami, Florida.
Episode: 097 | Aired: October 30, 1968
Oliver launches an attack on Hooterville's State District Representative, Ben Hanks, and winds up running against him for a political office.
Episode: 098 | Aired: November 06, 1968
Lisa sets out to surprise Oliver by becoming a lady carpenter.
Episode: 099 | Aired: November 13, 1968
When Eleanor, the Douglases' cow, runs out of milk, Mr. Kimball diagnoses her ailment as a severe lack of romance.
Episode: 100 | Aired: November 20, 1968
"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.
Episode: 101 | Aired: November 27, 1968
County Agent Hank Kimball receives word that the Agricultural Department is sending a student to observe his work.
Episode: 102 | Aired: December 11, 1968
Oliver is the unanimous choice to organize the Centennial pageant that celebrates the early days of the city of Hooterville.
Episode: 103 | Aired: December 18, 1968
Lisa receives a blue feather in the mail and immediately recognizes it as a token of a powerful curse.
Episode: 104 | Aired: January 01, 1969
Lisa reveals her birthday gift list to Oliver.
Episode: 105 | Aired: January 08, 1969
Oliver decides to become a chicken rancher and buys 1,000 baby chicks for the great experiment.
Episode: 106 | Aired: December 25, 1968
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.
Episode: 107 | Aired: January 15, 1969
To test whether or not "absence makes the heart grow fonder," Oliver sends Lisa off on a vacation by herself.
Episode: 108 | Aired: January 22, 1969
Oliver and Lisa make a startling discovery when they find some priceless jewelry in boxes of inexpensive cereal.
Episode: 109 | Aired: January 29, 1969
A young law school graduate approaches Oliver with a proposal to become partners in a Hooterville law practice.
Episode: 110 | Aired: February 05, 1969
Lisa offers her services as secretary for Oliver's new law firm.
Episode: 111 | Aired: February 12, 1969
When Oliver and Lisa go to the airport to see Mr. Kimball and Eb off to Washington, DC, they unexpectedly wind up aboard the airliner.
Episode: 112 | Aired: February 19, 1969
The Douglases and their friends are prepared to stay another week in Washington, DC, while Mr. Haney continues to look after the Douglas farm.
Episode: 113 | Aired: February 26, 1969
After she befriends a beautiful doe that visits the farm, Lisa launches an all-out drive to halt the hunting season.
Episode: 114 | Aired: March 05, 1969
When Lisa and Oliver discover an error in their marriage license, Lisa concludes that they have never been married.
Episode: 115 | Aired: March 12, 1969
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.
Episode: 116 | Aired: March 19, 1969
While searching through an old trunk, Oliver and Lisa discover evidence of a unique 19th-century romance.
Episode: 117 | Aired: March 26, 1969
Oliver and Lisa are caught in a wild series of events when an eccentric Hooterville inventor produces the world's first "milk-making machine."
Episode: 118 | Aired: April 02, 1969
When Eb is suddenly missing, Lisa's avid belief in reincarnation leads her to believe that he's come back as a friendly dog.