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Season six of The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet still finds Ozzie Nelson, as cheerfully "unemployed" as ever, gently ruling the roost at the Nelson family household, with level-headed spouse Harriet Nelson at his side. Oldest son David Nelson is now in his third year of college, dividing his time between his studies and his fraternity, Kappa Sigma: indeed, the season opener is titled "Fixing Up the Fraternity House." And high-schooler Ricky Nelson, already launched on his spectacular career as a pop singer, gains more and more prominence this season for his soulful renditions of such hits as "Bebop Baby," "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?," "I'm Confessin'," "I'll Walk Alone," and "Shirley Lee"; and in the season's Christmas story, Ricky performs on TV for the first time (in the context of the show, that is). Additions to the supporting cast this season include Gordon Jones as the Nelsons' new neighbor Butch Barton, brought in to fill the gap left by the defection of Don DeFore in the role of Thorny Thornwell; and Skip Young as chubby, giggling perennial college student Wally, here introduced as David's fellow frat member. Otherwise, things go on pretty much the way they've been going on for the past five seasons, notably in the episodes "Ozzie's Triple Banana Surprise" and "Tutti-Frutti Ice Cream," both of which focus on Ozzie Nelson's by-now-legendary obsession with frozen dairy products. ~ Hal Erickson