Oscar is in a hurry to go to a sportswriter's dinner, but they have to wait when Felix brings home an unexpected surprise -- a baby left behind in his studio.
Oscar and Felix try to figure out how their 11 year-old neighbor got $2000.
Boy genius Dilly Watkins improves farm life for Douglases with his new electronic inventions. Besides the barn door opener that works when Eleanor moos at it there's the television camera that sends pictures of the cow to the bedroom set. Oliver doesn't realize the camera is transmitting to all the sets in the valley turning him into an overnight Nielsen sensation.
As her shift as an elf for a department store Santa Claus concludes, Ann tells Donald about her stint as a teacher in a boarding school trying to bring good tidings and joy to a boy who won't be able to go home for Christmas.
At Sam Drucker's store Oliver and Lisa meet their new neighbor who's about to go into labor. After racing her to the hospital Oliver arrives home to find Lisa's volunteered to keep the woman's four other children in their home. Oliver's nerves become frayed when he's forced to sleep in the barn with the boys and spend all day carrying the kids to and from school.
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