Betty Jo and Steve argue about where their unborn baby should be born
Betty Jo reluctantly appears on a live television program as a member of "The Singing Sweethearts."
The attention lavished on the expecting Betty Jo makes Steve feel left out, so he goes fishing with uncle Joe.
The pregnant Betty Jo is ready to have her baby but problems arise when Wendell, the conductor won't wake up and Betty Jo has to drive the train herself
Granny goes to Hooterville to take care of Betty Jo's new baby, but loses her glasses and mistakes the family dog for the child.
Richard Arlen and Buddy Rogers arrive for a premiere of "Wings"--40 years late.
Doc Stuart's new associate turns out to be an attractive woman, which seems to displease everyone in Hooterville.
Dr. Janet Craig, rebuffed as a phsician by the local males, sets out to win them over as a woman--and a good cook.
In an attempt to get rid of lady Dr. Craig, Uncle Joe fakes an illness that becomes real.
A handsome suitor shows up unexpectedly and threatens to take Dr. Janet Craig from the valley.
Betty Jo and Steve enjoy an evening out, unaware that their baby has gone to jail with her sitter.
Granny's eatable gift might be the only thing to save the valley from losing their beloved train, when Bedloe returns to Hooterville with a brand-new scheme to bring about the end of the Cannonball.
Bobbie Jo decides to become an emancipated woman and leave Hooterville.
When it appears that Steve is beginning to take his wife too much for granted, Bobbie Jo tries to make him be more demonstrative.
Five eminently qualified and extremely jealous rivals volunteer to be baby Kathy Jo's godfather.
A big-city comedian alienates all of Hooterville by making fun of local characters.
To go to New York or not to go to New York--that is the question faced by Steve and Betty Joafter Steve geta a big job offer.
Three old friends become rivals for the affections of a charming libarian.
Plans for the annual Hooterville Founders' Day celebration are wrecked by generation-gap dissension.
Uncle Joe leads a delegation out to Washington, D.C., to save Sam Ducker's post office.
Steve Elliott is delcared out of bounds in his house when it appears his baby daughter is allergic to him.
Lazy Uncle Joe, who fancies himself a human dynamo, announces his retirement.
The Hooterville folks are faced with a larcenous fund-raiser when they try to find enough money to buy the church a new organ.
The future of the Shady Rest hangs on the outcome of a race between the Cannonball and an overland taxi.
The people of Hooterville do everything they can think of to prevent Dr. Craig from leaving to work for a famed neurologist.