CTVA US Comedy - "Mister Ed" (Filmways/CBS) Season 2 (1961-62)

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Starring Alan Young & Connie Hines
Season 2 (CBS) (1961-62)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


################# Mister Ed ##################
############# Season 2 1961-62 ###############
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CBS Sundays 7:30-8:00pm Eastern (26 episodes)

2.1 [27] Mister Ed: MY SON, MY SON
1Oct61 CBS Sun
Ed finds a gray hair in his tail and decides that he is getting old. He wants a boy of his own.

2.2 [28] Mister Ed: THE HORSETRONAUT
8Oct61 CBS Sun
Wilbur has to take an office downtown, away from Ed, who feels unwanted. Ed decides to get out of Wilbur's way for good.

2.3 [29] Mister Ed: ED'S ANCESTORS
15Oct61 CBS Sun
Ed is to be used as a model for a park statue glorifying the American Palomino, but he refuses until his ancestry
is cleared up.

2.4 [30] Mister Ed: ED, THE REDECORATOR
22Oct61 CBS Sun
Carol wants the house done over in a Hawaiian motif. Ed thinks Wilbur should redo the barn first.

2.5 [31] Mister Ed: ED, THE JUMPER
29Oct61 CBS Sun
An old college buddy taunts Wilbur into entering Ed in a jumping contest against his racing horse.

2.6 [32] Mister Ed: ED, THE VOTER
5Nov61 CBS Sun
Ed objects when Carol tells Wilbur that the barn is to be used for polling.

2.7 [33] Mister Ed: ED, THE HUNTER
12Nov61 CBS Sun
Ed objects to hunting when he discovers the Posts and the Addisons have planned a camping weekend devoted to the sport.

2.8 [--] Mister Ed: MISTER ED'S BLUES
19Nov61 CBS Sun
Ed doesn't want to cooperate when everyone wants Wilbur to compose a hit song that will save a music company
from bankruptcy.

2.9 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE HERO
26Nov61 CBS Sun
Ed saves the life of a little girl in the park, and her grandfather invites the Posts and Ed to his palatial estate
in Catalina. Ed won't go.

2.10 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE SALESMAN
3Dec61 CBS Sun
Ed expects a gift from Wilbur on their first anniversary: a color television. When Wilbur refuses, Ed takes
matters into his own hands.

2.11 [--] Mister Ed: ED AND THE ELEPHANT
17Dec61 CBS Sun
Wilbur boards a magician's elephant in the barn, and Jumbo drives Mister Ed frantic with his antics.

2.12 [--] Mister Ed: THE WRESTLER
7Jan62 CBS Sun
Addison and Wilbur go halves in backing a wrestler who eats them out of house and home, and takes ballet lessons
with girls.

2.13 [--] Mister Ed: ED'S BED
14Jan62 CBS Sun
Carol wants to leave Wilbur because he is spending so much time with Ed trying to cure his cold.

2.14 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE BENEFICIARY
21Jan62 CBS Sun
Ed reads of a cat who is willed a great deal of money--and wants to know if he is in Wilbur's will.

2.15 [--] Mister Ed: ZSA ZSA
28Jan62 CBS Sun
The star has to make a western movie but is uncomfortable with horses. Wilbur loans Ed to Zsa Zsa Gabor.

2.16 [--] Mister Ed: HORSE WASH
4Feb62 CBS Sun
Wilbur's father-in-law decides to visit the Posts at a time when Ed is trying to reduce his weight to impress a new filly.

2.17 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE HORSE DOCTOR
11Feb62 CBS Sun
Addison buys a racehorse that has great promise until she comes down with an unknown illness. Ed to the rescue!

2.18 [--] Mister Ed: GEORGE BURNS MEETS MR. ED
18Feb62 CBS Sun
George Burns offers $25,000 for a new act to make an appearance with him in Las Vegas. Wilbur realizes he has a
gold mine in Ed.

2.19 [--] Mister Ed: ED'S WORD OF HONOR
25Feb62 CBS Sun
Ed's word of honor is at stake when Wilbur and Addison have a falling-out over a birthday gift from the Posts.

2.20 [--] Mister Ed: NO HORSES ALLOWED
4Mar62 CBS Sun
When Carol unwittingly signs a petition to eliminate horses from the neighborhood, Wilbur tries to have the
petition recalled.

2.21 [--] Mister Ed: BALD HORSE
18Mar62 CBS Sun
Ed thinks he is losing his hair and has Wilbur frantic trying all the home remedies--until the real reason for
the disappearing hair comes to light.

2.22 [--] Mister Ed: ED'S NEW NEIGHBORS
25Mar62 CBS Sun
The Addisons inherit a large estate in the east, and after seeing the new neighbors, even Ed is sorry to see them go.

2.23 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE BEACHCOMBER
1Apr62 CBS Sun
Addison's beach property is put in jeopardy by a group of beatniks.Wilbur tries to help and ends up with his own
beatnik problem.

2.24 [--] Mister Ed: LIE DETECTOR
8Apr62 CBS Sun
Addison asks Wilbur to help him finance a new lie detector machine, causing chaos in the Post home.

2.25 [--] Mister Ed: CLINT EASTWOOD MEETS MR. ED
22Apr62 CBS Sun
A temporary party line on the phone allows Ed to court Clint Eastwood's horse. However, his antics wreak havoc
between Eastwood and Wilbur.

2.26 [52] Mister Ed: ED, THE MATCHMAKER
29Apr62 CBS Sun
The teenage daughter of the Posts' new neighbors gets Wilbur and Carol involved in her romantic problems.

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