The Donna Reed Show (1958–1966)
17 Sep. 1964Operation: Anniversary
Jeff wants to make his parent's anniversary special with a dinner. Unfortunately things don't go well despite his careful planning.
24 Sep. 1964Dad Drops By
While Doctor Stone is called away for a few days, his colorful father visits. He's driving his prized 1928 Deusenberg, which runs into a fender-bender with Midge. Donna and Jeff decide to prove the accident was actually his fault, due to his erratic driving by secretly filming him on a drive through town.
1 Oct. 1964Play Ball
Alex helps to organize a charity baseball game to benefit the hospital. When Willie Mays, Don Drysdale, and Leo Durocher show up it's no longer a game involving amateurs.
8 Oct. 1964Who's Who on 202?
Donna's routine takes her out of the city and driving down an isolated rural road. Her car breaks down where an escaped prisoner is thought to be, leaving Donna to think fast in unusual circumstances.
15 Oct. 1964The Daughter Complex
Mary arrives home from college where she just received an honor in a psychology class she's taking. She starts noticing every quirk and habit of her family and decides to share her textbook analysis to their dismay.
24 Dec. 1964Old Faithful
Mary comes home from college and expects to pick up with Scotty after so much time. Mary is indignant and a little hurt when she finds out Scotty has a new girlfriend.
25 Feb. 1965The Stamp Collector
Alex, who's been teasing Donna about her trading-stamp collection, starts saving stamps himself to get a special golf club.
4 Mar. 1965Peacocks on the Roof
Donna and the Kelseys become worried that Alex is overworked when he claims he saw a deer in the yard. He later states that a bear was in his waiting room leading to even more questions about his mental state.
11 Mar. 1965Guests, Guests, Who Needs Guests?
Jeff is smitten by the Kelsey's attractive, but abrasive god-daughter from New York.
18 Mar. 1965The Unheroic Hero
Jeff turns a simple story about his friend Walter into something more, making Walter into a celebrity. The boys then have to worry about the truth coming out.
1 Apr. 1965The Rolling Stones
The Stones and the Kelceys think that being good friends means they can survive going boating together.