Beaver and his friends Mike and Chuck each believes he is a shoo-in to win the school's good citizen award, the winner who will receive a plaque and be featured with a photograph in the newspaper. They realize however that the award is dependent upon who brings in the most clothes for the school's clothing drive. As such, Beaver wants to donate as much of their clothes as possible, regardless if it is still in good condition for its current owner. June ends up sorting through their stuff and has everything for donation packed into a box for Beaver to take to school. But three of Ward's good suits that he had set aside to be taken to the cleaners end up falling next to the donation box. Not seeing the "clean and press" note Ward attached to the suits, Beaver assumes they are part of the donation. In large part because of the donation of the three suits, Beaver ends up winning the citizenship award. When Ward and June find out about what happened to the suits, they know they have to get...
Did You Know?
Although Wally already graduated in an earlier episode (S6 - E36 The All-Night Party) he comes home from school with books in hand and still has to go to sports practice. See more
References The Untouchables