Ralph and Norton win the "Flakey Wakies - Trip Around The World - Slogan Contest" and are off to Europe!
The Kramdens & Nortons sail to Europe. Ralph & Ed set themselves adrift on a life boat.
Ralph & Ed get a great exchange rate -- on counterfeit money.
Ralph is jealous of Alice's guide, not knowing the guide is a little boy. Harry Verderchi.
The Kramdens & Nortons appear in a Flakey Wakey commercial on an English TV show.
Ralph & Ed have to spend the night in the ancestral Kramden castle, which has its own ghost.
In London, the Kramdens and the Nortons are selected to do a TV commercial. When the spot goes awry, they flee the country in shame, only to be invited back because the audience loved the ad.
Blackmailers fake a hanky-panky photo of Ralph in Madrid, and for once, Alice is jealous.
Ralph and Ed wander onto a Russian firing range while visiting Germany.
The Kramdens and Nortons go on a jungle safari. The men go hunting, with surprising results.
Ralph doesn't know that Alice has taken in knitting to pay for his Christmas present, so when he discovers baby things in the apartment he assumes Alice is pregnant. He takes on a job as a sidewalk santa with Norton as his helper. They are both arrested as opperatives in a bookmaking operation.
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Ralph advises Ed to stand up to Trixie. Alice then moves in with Trixie and Ed is living with Ralph.
Ralph treats himself, Alice and the Nortons to the movies for Ed's birthday. Ed's ticket wins the door prize -- a color TV. Ralph declares war on Ed because he paid for the tickets and wants the TV. Eventually they take their case to court but reconcile after hearing Alice's testimony.
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Ralph's brother-in-law Stanley pursuades Ralph and Ed into buying a strategically located hotel along the route of a proposed highway. The highway ends up bypassing the hotel, putting Ralph and Ed out of business but money in Stanley's pocket since he's a construction worker on the new highway.
Ralph pairs up with Ed and Alice pairs up with Trixie to enter a talent contest. Alice and Trixie win first place and Alice uses her winnings to buy Ralph the expensive fishing gear he's had his eyes on.
Ralph tries to score points with his boss by collecting money from the drivers at the depot and buying the boss' daughter an elegant watch as a wedding present. Alics and her mother discover the watch and since it's Alice's birthday, jump to the wrong conclusion. Ralph stages a phony holdup to get the watch back b [+]more
Ralph is asked to invite his celebrity friend that he always brags about, Jackie Gleason, to the annual Raccoons dance. In desperation, Ralph & Ed go over to the hotel that Gleason is staying to try to get him to come. Ralph gets to speak to Carney and Ed gets to speak to Gleason but in the confusion, nobody is in [+]more
The Kramdens and Nortons, unable to make ends meet around tax time, decide to move to a large two-bedroom apartment in Flushing and split all expenses. The plan fails when Ralph complains of a dwindling food supply and insufficient time in the bathroom, so they all pack up and move back to Chauncey Street.
A Coney Island fortune teller tells Ralph that he is going to commit a murder within a week. Ralph wants Alice to move in with her mother till the week passes but Alice refuses. Ralph moves in with Ed and gets so exasperated at him that he nearly kills him. In the end, Ralph manages to get himself arrested for saf [+]more