Early 1960s sitcom about an architect named Wilbur Post and his talking horse, Mister Ed.
Wilbur buys a stereo for him and Carol's anniversary, but Carol complains that it isn't a very personal gift.
Kirkwood goes over the line in playing with pool sharks so Ed comes to his rescue.
Ed writes to Dear Abby on account of getting a bachelor stall.
To teach Ed a lesson, Wilbur locks him in his stall so he can' steal any more brownies and warm baking pies out from the kitchen window.
After a recommendation for Wilbur's architectural abilities, Wilbur's next job is to design a shopping mall. When the really heavy investor wants to ride Ed around, Wilbur doesn't see a problem......but Ed does.
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Wilbur's visiting aunt stops by with her pet parrot. The bird ends up at the pet store and Ed must convince Wilbur that a cat drove the parrot there.
Carol's father stops by to visit, which gives Ed the idea to search for his father.
Kirkwood starts taking up horseback riding and his new horse is really fast, so he challenges Wilbur and Ed in a race.
Kirkwood is trying to find a small business to invest in while Ed opens a juice stand.
Ed tries to pull a prank on Kirkwood but the joke is on him.
The Posts and the Kirkwoods are on their way to a vacation together, and while they left Ed behind, Ed decides to track them down.
Carol's father visits again and Ed decides that people should not ride horses.
Carol all of a sudden starts developing an allergy to horses. On account of that Ed decides to become a volunteer for Air Force sentry duty.
Wilbur accidentally ends up pulling the stuffing out of a toy horse. When Ed overhears Wilbur talking about "Stuffing the horse", Ed goes into shock.
Ed becomes a Godfather when a filly has her baby horse when her owner is away.
Ed decides to get contact lenses when he is spotted in public wearing glasses.
A collection of items are gathered for an auction and are stored in Ed's barn. The collection of objects reveal a fierce looking creature.....a dragon horse.
Ed wants a heater for the barn and Carol needs a new refrigerator. What is Wilbur going to decide to do?
Ed accidentally becomes the "drop" for stolen money, taken from a bank where Wilbur was making a deposit.
When Wilbur designs a post office with a Pony Express statue, Ed becomes amazed at the thought that his ancestors used to deliver mail.
Ed is paranoid over a new neighbor who happens to be an archeology professor and who has a mustache and a beard.
A movie producer is looking for a fresh face to play Robin Hood in his new film and Carol convinces Wilbur to try out, but he keeps flubbing his cues.
Ed takes up painting as a hobby and comes up with an ugly portrait of Carol which to some may make him famous.
John Provost stars as the pitcher for Wilbur's little league game, but almost misses Wilbur's baseball game.