Dennis takes care of a sick bird, which proves to be the first of its species ever found in their region, prompting a visit by an excited bird club official. In real life, Gloria Henry left for nine episodes to go on maternity leave although she filmed a few short segments to be shown while she was gone. This was the sixth episode made. Wilson's nephew has to pick up one of his officers. They now live in the house formerly occupied by George and Martha, and John states that George and Martha have sold them the house.
This is the first of only two appearances in the series of Tommy's father, Mr. Russell Louella MacFarlane November 6, 1960 1960-11-06 Dennis tries to take care of his sick mother while his father is out of town. Wilson goes along to cover the story and thinks his contacts there will be the thing that allows the idea of a forest to be realized. He then returns to the Wilsons' house the next morning with an injured Sam in the wagon attached to his bike, having also recovered Mr. Wilson and Henry, who also wishes to invest in the stock, try to recapture the pigeon by spending a night in a haunted house. Immediately thereafter, his bad luck continues when something jams his lawnmower, and he runs over his garden hose with the mower.
Wilson builds a barbecue in his backyard with help from Dennis' friend, Fred Baines. This pilot was made late in 1958. Wilson and Henry get Dennis so confused that he forgets the combination. This episode aired six days before the actor playing Mr. The bulbs unfortunately are planted upside-down.
Police Officer Wong Elliott Larson. As they prepare to return home, they are told they will be stranded there for a week because a storm has taken out a bridge. Wilson is convinced that he is allergic to Dennis because he sneezes every time he is around. Wilson to spend the day as a regular student. Blake John Pennington as Judge Mike Savva as Security Officer Sara Stephens as Jackie Tristan Sturrock as Peter Jackson Stanley Townsend as Fellner Rupert Vansittart as Ray Hutchens John Vine as Morris Samuels Caroline Ward as Commercial Girl Lidija Zovkic as Natasa The cast of The Jupiter Menace - 1983 includes: Dale Alan Cooke as Computer Technician Sun Bear as himself Clarisa Bernhardt as herself Paul Carlton as Dancer Christiane Carman as Computer Technician Maurice Chatelain as himself Noel Daniel as Dancer Ken Hill as Chester Brooks George Kennedy as hims … elf Nancy Litwack as herself Ken Lundie as Dancer Gary Maxwell as Pagan Leader Greg Michaels as Prophet Jess Moody as himself Martin Myrick as Dancer Lou Painter as Siberian Explorer Phillip Persons as Dr. The mayor agrees to give the team new uniforms if Quigley can get and the Dodgers to play an exhibition game in town Mrs.
They then realize something valuable was left inside, and it must be torn down. Webster tells Dennis that Whip will be in the community pageant. Wilson is temporarily working in the new-accounts department. Wilson, played by , appeared in several episodes that were made before but aired after this one. Anderson, although he is mentioned in many episodes spanning the show's entire run. Wilson plans to have a quiet evening at home, but his plans change when Henry needs a sitter for Dennis.
Russell Budd Grossman May 14, 1961 1961-05-14 Dennis accidentally steps on one of Mr. A new title sequence begins that includes Gale Gordon's name. Wilson coaches Dennis' Pee Wee League baseball team because Henry, the team's original coach, becomes ill. Wilson's television from Dennis' bedroom window, and Mr. Elkins turns Dennis down for a job delivering circulars for her campaign, but Mr. Elkins for an alleged violation of a town ordinance. Dennis enters his bedroom, only to find him asleep with by his prescription medication on his nightstand, and assumes he's sick.
Wilson ends up being in a play at Dennis' school after he and Tommy, who is in the play, accidentally get handcuffed together before the performance starts. Since nobody can drive him, he decides to walk to his grandfather's house but is stopped by the police. Dennis gets the wrong idea and tells the whole neighborhood that John is a witch doctor. Coincidentally, she was the mother of Lee Millar, who played Tommy's father, Mr. Wilson go in his place, even though Wilson has long been afraid of dentists. As the closing credits start to roll, Andrea, Alice's egotistical coworker, finds Dennis sitting near the copy machine as she comes in to use it.
Miss Cathcart and Miss Tarbell get a makeover and make a play for Mr. Wilson is talked into being a sitter for Dennis, Margaret, and Seymour. Russell James Fonda October 16, 1960 1960-10-16 Mr. Wilson getting a remote control for his television set and is fascinated. This marks the final appearance in the series of Sylvia Field, who played Martha Wilson. Russell Budd Grossman February 12, 1961 1961-02-12 Dennis accidentally knocks over a bottle which fumigates the Wilsons' house, so the Wilsons stay at the Mitchells' for the night, Mr. Dennis and Tommy succeed in helping the police find the crook.
Dennis and George make amends, and the Mitchells and the Wilsons become close friends on better terms. This is Korman's second guest appearance in the series. This was Gloria Henry's return to the show after missing nine episodes for maternity leave. George and Martha are being charged with the task of doing so when both Henry and Alice are being called away on business trips at the same time. This was the third episode made and held to show more recently made episodes. The script was written to use certain references from both also starring and and also written and produced by and co-starring.