A great feel-good tv show that aired from 1957-1963. Leave it to Beaver provides all the elements of comedy, childhood, and a loving family. Most of the episodes will remind you of your childhood in some way. Some people don't approve of this show because it was before women's liberation but if you watch enough episodes you'll see that the husband helps out his wife with dishes and other household chores. That's just the way everyone was back then, we cannot look down on the Cleavers for it :)
Person1: God, my girlfriend's family are such jerks I wanna watch some Leave it to Beaver so I can hope there's some perfect family out there so I won't be trapped by freaks forever!
Person2: Dude you're stupid that show is way too old and boring.
Person2: (laughs) Wow that Eddie Haskell is just like me!
(realizes it's a good show)
A campy 1950s TV show with a perfect family living in suburbia. There's the all knowing father, the happy homemaker mother, the wise older brother, and the goofy and kindhearted younger brother. Often referred to as an example of 1950s quaintness and 'simpler times.' Reruns can be seen on TVLand.
Gee Wally, that's SWELL!
A TV Show that defined the word "gay."
Beaver:Gee Wally, are you sure I should put your **** in my ***?
Wally: (Laughs) Leave it to Beaver!
dont worry about it; it will be okay; chill the fuck out, son, youre screaming.
no one really says it. but if they did, they would probably be like 'Hey, leave it to beaver. its all gravy, baby.'
The act of dropping money on the floor at a strip club, and leaving the money there for the "beaver".
While in a strip club:
When a friend says "Dude, I dropped a five dollar bill on the floor", you say " forget about it, leave it to beaver"