Day By Day


  • Jo! Oorah!

  • WayneM

    Nuclear family… bwahahahaha!! So much awesome!!

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Sam, tell you what. I’LL cook, and YOU do the dishes. I’m an advanced non-cook, but I think even I could do better than you. (I just need to find and read the recipes first) At least I won’t launch the turkey into orbit, or even into the barn.

    • Henry

      You’re no fun.

    • Punta Gorda

      Speaking of non-cooks. My wife is in the other room cussing herself for peeling a pan of potatoes and then accidently throwing them into the trash.

  • Pamela

    June was perfectly coiffed and wore pearls and heels while doing the dishes.

    • Vince

      Ah for the “simple” days….. by days. SWIDT?

    • Bren

      June had respect and pride for herself, her home, and her family. She wasn’t afraid to show it, either.

  • Delilah T

    You know, Ozzie didn’t actually have a job. Harriet must have had some cash.
    Ward Cleaver worked for a trust company and drove a Plymouth.
    Donna Stone was married to Alex Stone, a pediatrician.
    And Steven Douglas raised his three sons with the help of his father-in=law Bub O’Casey, and later his hard-nosed brother Charlie.
    And Jim Anderson was an insurance agent. I never did believe he “always knew best” but then, he turned into Marcus Welby, MD, later on, so maybe Margaret booted him out of the house. 🙂

    • interventor

      Ozzie was a band director. The band performed at a large hotel on radio. That was in the first episode. He never was portrayed there again — just coming home from work.

  • Badger

    Having too “Naomi’s” around is simply bad-ass. Woe to the idiot that would be on the nuclear receiving end of messing with this family.

    • Badger

      “two” vice “too” (need more coffee)

    • PaulS

      Having Naomi too, is simply bad-ass.

      Fixed 🙂

    • Bren

      June had respect and pride for herself, her home, and her family. She wasn’t afraid to show it, either.

      @Badger, I think Jo is wearing a Sam shell, but with Naomi’s imperatives.

  • I found that when I asked and was told about family history, that oddly made up families arent just a modern convention. Its pretty much always been that way, except during the June Cleaver age which was only propaganda. America never existed that way.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Pre DNA test times.

  • nonncom

    “Ward, you were a little hard on the beaver last night”…..that could be appropriate in this continuing saga….

    • Punta Gorda

      Well, she’s the one prancing around in heels all the time, it could be argued that she was inviting the activity.

      • Punta Gorda

        Let me rephrase that… “inviting the attention” heels don’t specifically invite copulation.

      • Punta Gorda

        But an elevated posterior is a know mating behavior in mammals.

        • NotYetInACamp

          So many girls I know gave those heels a specific name. And expected it upon their choice.


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