Episode: 196 | Aired: October 04, 1962
Wally attempts to make a reservation at the fanciest restaurant in town. Unable to get a reservation Wally feels he will disappoint Julie. Without Wally's knowledge, Ward, talks to the maitre d and has him call Wally back with a sudden availability. Both Wally and Julie are stunned by the prices and when the meal is over Wally discovers he has left his wallet at home. Luckily, June sees the wallet and Ward calls the restaurant and arranges credit for Wally, making him look like a big shot when all he has to do is sign the check.
Episode: 197 | Aired: October 11, 1962
Tonight is the night that Beaver will receive his football letter. However, the players don't want to get up in front of everyone wearing jackets and ties, they want to dress casually. It turns out that Beaver is the only one who shows up dressed casually.
Episode: 198 | Aired: October 18, 1962
Wally has started to take driving lessons at the high school this year, and he makes a ton of mistakes. His partner is Shirley, who drives very smoothly. The day of the testing Shirley fails, and this makes Wally really nervous because she is better than he is. Wally ends up passing with flying colors and Ward gives him the keys to drive home.
Episode: 199 | Aired: October 25, 1962
When Beaver loses out getting a job as a paper boy to a neighborhood kid; he decides to keep track of all the boys mistakes in order to get him fired. Ward, tired of the poor service asks Beaver to have the paper boy come in and speak to him. As Beaver approaches, the paper boy doesn't stop and the two get into a fight.
Episode: 201 | Aired: November 08, 1962
Ward gets Wally and Eddie a job at the Mayfield Dairies, through his golfing buddy Ted. Eddie agrees to load some of the ice cream into the foremans truck, not knowing the foreman was stealing. As payment the foreman gave Eddie a few cartons of ice cream, who gives some to Wally. While playing golf, Ted mentions some disturbances at the plant concerning stealing. When Ward sees the ice cream at home, he confronts Wally and suggests he tell Eddie to stop helping the foreman. Eddie thinks Wally is just jealous of his friendship with the boss and continues. After Eddie gets caught by Ted, Wally explains and clears Eddie.
Episode: 202 | Aired: November 15, 1962
Beaver wants to go to a jalopy race on a school night, and his parents won't let him. He decides to write a letter to 'Tell It To Ella' which is an advice column in the school paper. He is shocked when Ella agrees with his parents decision and does everything to make sure that they don't read it.
Episode: 203 | Aired: November 22, 1962
Eddie brags to all of his friends how amazing his brand new bachelor pad is. However, Wally learns the truth when Mrs. Evans tells him how lonely Eddie is and how awful the meals are that he eats.
Episode: 204 | Aired: November 29, 1962
An ad for a rock and roll record club offering a record a week for only eighty-seven cents is too good for Beaver to resist. Ward allows Beaver to join and says that now he is in charge of his funds. However, Beaver loses track of what he spends and winds up owing the company $17.60.
Episode: 205 | Aired: December 06, 1962
Ward's new car is only a week old, but he still lets Wally drive it to the prom. One of the headlights accidentally smashes to pieces, but Wally and his friends are able to fix it before Ward and June find out about it.
Episode: 206 | Aired: December 13, 1962
Afellow studentmakes fun of Beaver's hair, causing him to worry endlessly about his look. With the help of some new products, he tries out a new hairstyle -- but his family doesn't react the way he hopes.
Episode: 207 | Aired: December 27, 1962
Beaver becomes the most popular guy in town after he scores the winning touchdown at the big football game. The problem is that Beaver thinks he is so good that he stops attending practices before games. The coach teaches Beaver a lesson when he calls him to tell him that since he didn't go to the practices, he shouldn't bother coming to the games.
Episode: 208 | Aired: December 21, 1962
Betsy, a new classmate, agrees to write the three-page autobiography Beaver is supposed to prepare for his English class at school.
Episode: 209 | Aired: January 03, 1963
Beaver is really upset that he is not invited to Wally's party, so he sets up a bunch of disgusting practical jokes to ruin the party. At the last minute Wally does invite Beaver, but it is too late for Beaver to remove his pranks. He feels guilty as he watches Wally's party turn into a disaster. Beaver apologizes to Wally for the things that he did.
Episode: 210 | Aired: January 10, 1963
Wally's girl dumps him for a more sophisticated transfer student with a mustache. Wally decides to grow one himself, but it looks awful and everyone laughs at him. Julie does return to Wally, but she asks that he never grow a mustache again.
Episode: 211 | Aired: January 17, 1963
Wally knows he can afford to buy a car, but he also knows he cannot afford to buy insurance for the car. Ward decides to help him out as long as Wally keeps up his good grades. It turns out he really needed help from his father and this episode shows how close the two can be.
Episode: 212 | Aired: January 24, 1963
Wally and Eddie get a job parking cars for a high class reception, and at first Eddie thinks this job is for the birds. But when Eddie thinks he has run out of spaces, he parks Mr. Rutherford's car in a tow away zone, and it gets towed away.
Episode: 213 | Aired: January 31, 1963
Beaver has a crush on Donna Yeager and decides to give her a locket with both of their pictures in it. Mrs. Yeager sends it back to Beaver because she thinks the present is too expensive. After thinking for quite some time, Beaver decides to give the locket to June instead.
Episode: 214 | Aired: February 07, 1963
Beaver lets a tramp named Mr. Jeff into his house so he can wash up and eat a decent meal. The problem is when Beaver asks Mr. Jeff to leave, he does but with Ward's good gray suit.
Episode: 215 | Aired: February 14, 1963
Eddie gets his own credit card and is bragging to Wally about it. Eddie has to charge a new car battery for Wally on his credit card. Wally pays him back in cash, but instead of putting the money aside, Eddie uses it to buy a new vest. When the bill comes from the credit card company, Eddie is in trouble because he doesn't have the money to pay them back.
Episode: 216 | Aired: February 21, 1963
Beaver gets a job as a caddy at his father's golf club. One day he is working with Mr. Langley who is dishonestly juggling his score for each hole so he can win. Beaver confronts Mr. Langley who decides to make things even the following weekend and admits to Beaver that he was wrong.
Episode: 217 | Aired: February 21, 1963
Beaver is going to be a panelist representing his school on the local TV show 'Teenage Forum.' However, didn't know that the tape won't be airing until the following week, so his friends and family get worried when they don't see him on TV. However, Ward calls the station and everything is worked out.
Episode: 218 | Aired: February 28, 1963
Wally falls for an older woman who works in the box office at a movie theater. He soon finds out she is not his type when he sees her drinking beers and smoking cigarettes. By the end of the show he realizes that this dream girl is just not his type.
Episode: 219 | Aired: March 07, 1963
Wally decides to throw Lumpy a party in honor of his acceptance and scholarship to State University. However, halfway through the party, Lumpy's Dad calls and tells him that they denied his application because he got a D in math.
Episode: 220 | Aired: March 14, 1963
Beaver is asked by June to go to the store for her before he goes and plays with his friends. Beaver gets annoyed at this request and decides to give his mother the silent treatment. He ignores her until one day he gets stung by a bee.
Episode: 221 | Aired: March 21, 1963
Uncle Billy comes to watch the kids for June and Ward. He basically lets Beaver and Wally do whatever they want, and even gives them money. Beaver had too much fun when he decided to sneak Gilbert into the movies and got caught. He didn't think that Uncle Billy would punish him, but he did because he told Beaver that he wasn't a pushover.
Episode: 222 | Aired: April 04, 1963
After being accepted to State, Wally and Eddie decide to try and get involved in Ward's old fraternity, Alpha Kappa. After Ward wrote a recommendation letter to the fraternity, the boys hear that it is the worst fraternity on the campus. A little while later they hear it is the best. They are confused about the information but decide to go for it anyway.
Episode: 223 | Aired: April 11, 1963
Eddie's girl, Cindy, is sewing a sweater for Eddie and she wants it to be a surprise. She has Wally come over every day so he can act as a stand
Episode: 224 | Aired: April 18, 1963
June and Ward forbid Beaver to go over the weekend until he finishes his book report on 'The Three Musketeers' that is due on Monday. Instead of reading the book, Beaver watches the movie on Saturday night and writes his report based on that. The teacher is furious when she reads his paper because the movie is not like the book and she knows he didn't read it.
Episode: 225 | Aired: April 25, 1963
Ward has won two tickets to a baseball game, but he doesn't know which son to take. Beaver makes it easy for Ward when he tells him he doesn't want to break his plans with Gilbert. However, Gilbert can't hang out at the last minute and Wally feels bad so he offers his ticket to Beaver.
Episode: 226 | Aired: March 28, 1963
Beaver has the opportunity to go to Fallbrook which is a prep school. Beaver is excited to go until he learns that it is located in New England, and before he even leaves he begins to feel homesick.
Episode: 227 | Aired: May 02, 1963
Peggy asks Beaver to the school graduation dance and he accepts after making her wait a little while for his answer. The next day Melinda, who Beaver really likes, also asks him to the dance. Now he doesn't know what to do.
Episode: 228 | Aired: June 06, 1963
Wally is supposed to take a trip across the United States, but he doesn't want to leave his new crush Mary Margaret alone with Gilbert while he is gone. Everything works out when Gilbert decides to go with Beaver on the trip.
Episode: 229 | Aired: May 09, 1963
Eddie brags to Wally and Lumpy how he gets to spend the summer in Alaska getting paid to fish. The boys become envious and ask their parents if they can go too, but they say no. After Eddie's interview with the Captain, he decides he doesn't want to go because all he will be doing is cleaning out fish.
Episode: 230 | Aired: May 16, 1963
Beaver is looking through the packet of diplomas when he realizes his is not there. He begins to panic and asks Mrs. Rayburn if there has been some kind of mistake. She assures him that he is graduating, but he is going to be in the ceremony so she is holding his aside.
Episode: 231 | Aired: May 23, 1963
As a joke, Lumpy puts smoke bombs in Eddie and Wally's car motors. There is no damage to the cars, but the boys are angry and want revenge. They get him back by jerking off his axle with a chain and watching the rest of his car roll down the driveway.
Episode: 232 | Aired: May 30, 1963
Wally's class has planned an all night graduation party at the country club. Kathy Gregory, who Wally plans on taking, is forbidden to go by her parents. Wally goes over to convince her parents what a fine young man he is and that there would be no alcohol at the party. Wally wins them over and they agree to let Kathy go. The party is a success; however on the way home a passing drunk knocks Kathy into the water. Her father assumes that the party was rowdy, throws Wally out and forbids Kathy from dating for a whole month.
Episode: 233 | Aired: June 13, 1963
In an attempt to win the 'Good Citizen Award' Beaver enlists the help of June in collecting the most items for a clothing drive. Beaver wins the award but mistakenly included three of Ward's suits intended for the cleaners. Ward explains the mix-up to the school principal and gets Beaver a 24-hour extension to make up for three suits.
Episode: 234 | Aired: June 19, 1963
This whole episode is comprised of reminiscing over incidents from a photo album that June has found while cleaning out the cabinet. It covers such memories as Beaver's first note from school to Wally running for class president.