CTVA US Comedy - "The Stu Erwin Show" (Hal Roach/Roland Reed/ABC) Season 2 (1951-52)

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Starring Stu Erwin & June Collyer
Season 2 (ABC) (1951-52)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Jim Brent, Sal Crisanti, Tom Alger, George Orphanidys, Robert B. Huggins

references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


 
## The Stu Erwin Show: Trouble With Father ###
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ABC Fridays 8:30pm EST
26 New Episodes

2.01 [53] The Stu Erwin Show: HATE THE LOVE SEAT
19-Oct-1951 ABC Fri

Hate That Love Seat
A mistaken delivery upsets Stu, who thinks his wife is redecorating the house. Stu sells
the newly delivered love seat unaware that it belongs to the neighbors. [JB]

2.02 [54] The Stu Erwin Show: THE BONUS
26-Oct-1951 ABC Fri
Stu gets rid of a gift he has received and then finds the givers will be visiting him. [JB]

2.03 [55] The Stu Erwin Show: NICE LITTLE DOGGIE
02-Nov-1951 ABC Fri
In order to butter up Mr. Selkir, to get him to advocate building a new baseball diamond
for the school, Stu agrees to care for his dog named ďMousie,Ē only to learn Mousie is a
great dane. [JB]

2.04 [56] The Stu Erwin Show: FRENCH TEACHER
09-Nov-1951 ABC Fri
The women of the town are worried when their husbands show interest in the new
exchange teacher from France. [JB]

2.05 [57] The Stu Erwin Show: ERWIN FOR PRESIDENT
16-Nov-1951 ABC Fri
When Jackie runs for class president, Stu campaigns for a new basketball court and
almost becomes president of the city council. Unfortunately, Stuís boss is also running
for the position. [JB]

2.06 [58] The Stu Erwin Show: FATHER DOES HIS HOMEWORK
23-Nov-1951 ABC Fri
June goes on vacation and Stu finds that managing the household is harder than his job. [JB]

2.07 [59] The Stu Erwin Show: IN THE PICKLE
30-Nov-1951 ABC Fri

In a Pickle
Stu and Harry find they have eaten their wivesí dill pickles which were to be entered in a
pickle contest. [JB]

2.08 [60] The Stu Erwin Show: JACKIE KNOWS ALL
07-Dec-1951 ABC Fri
When Jackie invests in a mind-reading book, and fails to pick up anything except
vibrations from family and neighbors, she rigs up a hidden mike to tune into various
private lives. Meanwhile, Mr. Parsons is trying to buy some land from Stu. A new
airport is to be built there and Stu hatches a plan to get top dollar for the property.
James Dean is seen as a teenager. [JB]

2.09 [61] The Stu Erwin Show: THE BIG GAME
14-Dec-1951 ABC Fri

Big Game
Sure that his school will win the game, Stu flatfoots it about both campuses trying to
maintain law and order. In spite of his efforts, Stu wakes up to find a large statue from
the rival school has been hidden in his basement. [JB]

2.10 [62] The Stu Erwin Show: TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT
21-Dec-1951 ABC Fri
Stuís family gets in a stew over his supposed loss of $5,000. Actually, Stu has made
$5,000 but his family misapprehension of the facts leads to complications. The girls have
a good cry and then set out to rebuild the family finances by taking jobs and cutting down
on expenses all without tipping their hand to Stu. [JB]

2.11 [63] The Stu Erwin Show: EGG NOGGIN'
28-Dec-1951 ABC Fri

Egg Noggin'
Jackie is trying to feed a bird on the roof when she takes a tumble. Revived, she displays
a weird ability to cite little known facts and predict the future. [JB]

2.12 [64] The Stu Erwin Show: STU HAS A BABY
04-Jan-1952 ABC Fri
Rumors fly that Stu is about to become a papa again when June and the girls go shopping
for baby clothes. [JB]

2.13 [65] The Stu Erwin Show: JOYCE'S ROMANCE
11-Jan-1952 ABC Fri
Stu and June try to help Joyce by lessons from their own courtship days. Joyce then uses
tricks from the past to achieve a rosy romantic future when she discovers her boy friend
has many other girl friends. [JB]

2.14 [66] The Stu Erwin Show: BROWN EYES
18-Jan-1952 ABC Fri
A new cook and a new calf bring new noises to the Erwin household. Crooks, cops and
Stu as a ďcalf-sitter.Ē [JB]

2.15 [67] The Stu Erwin Show: LOVE BUG
25-Jan-1952 ABC Fri
Young Jackie throws a mean left hook but it boomerangs when she has a siege of puppy
love for her sparring partner. [JB]

2.16 [68] The Stu Erwin Show: THE BUSINESS
01-Feb-1952 ABC Fri

Dress Shop
Stu uses his bonus to buy a partnership in an insolvent dress shop. [JB]

2.17 [69] The Stu Erwin Show: PREMATURE ENGAGEMENT
08-Feb-1952 ABC Fri
Jackie engineers a phony engagement for her sister Joyce to bolster her popularity. [JB]

2.18 [70] The Stu Erwin Show: JACKIE WRITES A BOOK
15-Feb-1952 ABC Fri
Stu expounds on freedom of the press. Then Jackie writes a book about her family and
neighbors that puts Stu in a tough spot. [JB]

2.19 [71] The Stu Erwin Show: A VERY RAINY DAY
22-Feb-1952 ABC Fri

Very Rainy Day
Principal Erwin calls off school when rain floods the streets, but canít resist assigning
each student to write an essay, ďHow I Spent a Rainy Day.Ē A radio station manager
offers a $100 prize for the best essay. An arrogant reporter for a local newspaper poses
as a broke and starving stranger to see if Stu practices what he preaches about letting a
stranger in out of the storm. Then a grocery store robber shows up. [JB]

2.20 [72] The Stu Erwin Show: QUIET PLACE aka "Quiet Please"
29-Feb-1952 ABC Fri
Stu, tired of household bedlam takes June to a hotel for a rest. Their vacation turns into a
near disaster. [JB]

2.21 [73] The Stu Erwin Show: TROUBLE BELOW
07-Mar-1952 ABC Fri
The tax-assessor falls into the basement through a hole made by the termite man and Stu
has difficulty getting rid of the irate man and the termites. [JB]

2.22 [74] The Stu Erwin Show: A PARTY COMES TO LIFE
14-Mar-1952 ABC Fri
Stu tries to help Joyceís party with an old-fashioned taffy pull and assorted parlor tricks,
but her new Harvard man isnít impressed. [JB]

2.23 [75] The Stu Erwin Show: RUNAWAY
21-Mar1952 ABC Fri
Itís a black day for Jackie Erwin. She spills jam on her motherís kitchen floor, spills ink
on her sisterís homework and almost knocks her father down. The multiple punishments
are too much for her so she packs her duds and runs away. [JB]

2.24 [76] The Stu Erwin Show: BOYS AREN'T EVERYTHING
28-Mar-1952 ABC Fri
Ten-year old Jackie, tomboy through and through, is trussed up in a ballet costume and
via puppy love is made to act like a lady but it ends when an old schoolmate of Stuís
drops in to visit. [JB]

2.25 [77] The Stu Erwin Show: STU PAINTS THE ROOF
04-Apr-1952 ABC Fri
Jackieís hair is painted green and the whole side of the house is ruined when a spray gun
explodes along with Stuís temper when he tries to save money and paint the roof. [JB]

2.26 [78] The Stu Erwin Show: ON THE TRAIL
11-Apr-1952 ABC Fri
Stu and the family follow one another in circles trying to locate an elusive character
named Lumpy. [JB]

Reruns (April 18-October 10, 1952)

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