Episode: 146 | Aired: September 15, 1970
Lisa and Oliver host four city children for a farm vacation as part of a "Kids for the Country" program initiated by a friend.
Episode: 147 | Aired: September 22, 1970
Lisa plans a "coming out party" for little Lori so she can meet all the other children of Hooterville.
Episode: 149 | Aired: October 06, 1970
Lisa tells little Lori a fanciful story of her courtship with Oliver.
Episode: 150 | Aired: October 20, 1970
Lisa's strange behavior leads friends and neighbors to believe Oliver has "gone broke."
Episode: 156 | Aired: October 27, 1970
Politics splits the Douglas family in two when Oliver and Lisa become candidates for mayor from opposing parties.
Episode: 148 | Aired: November 10, 1970
Oliver and Lisa are called upon to solve the love problems of Eb and Arnold the pig.
Episode: 151 | Aired: November 17, 1970
Oliver is faced with two crises: Lisa is learning to drive, and his apple crop must be harvested before it spoils.
Episode: 152 | Aired: November 24, 1970
The Douglases watch in disbelief as Eb turns the farm into a veritable dump in a feverish bid for romance.
Episode: 153 | Aired: December 01, 1970
Oliver is suspected of x-rated rural behavior in this bizarre episode - as his exact "double" shows up in Hooterville with a sexy female partner in crime.
Episode: 154 | Aired: December 08, 1970
The Douglas farm becomes a stage when Eb mistakenly enrolls in a correspondence class in acting instead of accounting.
Episode: 155 | Aired: December 15, 1970
Lisa discovers the Women's Lib Movement and decides to take over the male chores on the farm, reducing Oliver to the role of house-husband.
Episode: 157 | Aired: December 22, 1970
When Oliver refuses to take Lisa to the city for the anniversary party of a friend, Lisa launches into a plot that leads Oliver to believe he is in the world of little people.
Episode: 158 | Aired: December 29, 1970
Lisa gives her engagement ring to Eb so that he can marry Darlene.
Episode: 159 | Aired: January 05, 1971
Oliver and Lisa agree to have their farmhouse painted, free of charge, as part of a paint company's advertising campaign.
Episode: 160 | Aired: January 12, 1971
Lisa entertains the son of a fellow war hero, the "fowlish" person of Drobney, a real live duck.
Episode: 164 | Aired: January 19, 1971
Eb involves Oliver and Lisa in a "big wedding deal."
Episode: 163 | Aired: January 26, 1971
Arnold the pig is the key witness to a daring robbery, and just the pig to cook the crook's bacon.
Episode: 166 | Aired: February 02, 1971
Lisa parlays her uncle's cabbage soup into a miracle cleaning fluid - and immediately puts all her friends on the "spot."
Episode: 170 | Aired: February 09, 1971
The town of Hooterville, incensed by an increased tax burden, secedes from the state and proclaims Oliver to be "King Oliver I."
Episode: 167 | Aired: February 16, 1971
The Douglases' continue to entertain "web-footed royalty" in the person of Drobney the duck. Drobney Jr. is beginning to show signs of homesickness.
Episode: 162 | Aired: February 23, 1971
Hooterville's annual Carpenter's Ball threatens the happy Douglas home when Oliver declines to take Lisa to this mad-cap event.
Episode: 168 | Aired: March 02, 1971
Oliver's plans to repair his rural farmhouse fall through when Mr. Kimball falls through the Douglases' porch and injures his foot.
Episode: 161 | Aired: March 09, 1971
Lisa and Oliver go back to college, where Lisa takes up the improbable subject of psychology.
Episode: 165 | Aired: March 16, 1971
Lisa employs her womanly wiles to maneuver Oliver into a fifth honeymoon visit to the Moana Rexford Hotel in Hawaii.
Episode: 169 | Aired: April 27, 1971
Oliver has difficulties with an heirloom watch and seeks the aid of his ex-secretary to find the only jeweler in New York capable of fixing the timepiece.