Here is a collection of the memorable misadventures of the same teen-ager who has pranced in and out of trouble with his friends and family on the NBC network for years, and in the teen-age comic book "Archie," which is read by millions. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews are having a party to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary, and have invited neighbors, dignitaries, and rich Uncle Oscar, whom Mr. Andrews hopes to touch for a business loan. But they have failed to reckon with the congenital genius of their son, Archie, for turning even such modest undertakings into debacles of catastrophic proportions. Archie stumbles onto an old clipping that leads him to believe that Uncle Oscar is a convicted horse thief. He swears his bosum pal, Jughead, to secrecy, and in a matter of minutes the news is all over town. Acceptances to the party are cancelled, the Andrews find themselves social outcasts, and Mr. Andrews resigns himself to bankruptcy. But Archie's genius bounces right back when he discovers an interesting incident in the past of the town gossip; and before the curtain falls the party is saved, the family business restored, and Archie finds himself more popular than ever.