The stereotypical white-collar father of America, Ward Cleaver, worked in an office.

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Beyond that, not much was ever disclosed—even though he frequently had scenes with his coworker Fred Rutherford.

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Although Ward regarded Fred as a buddy, he frequently complained to June that Fred was ineffective and held him back.

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The show's creators kept some facts intentionally ambiguous because they wanted the characters to be approachable to everyone.

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This contained Ward's profession and the Cleavers' residence state.

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The show's creators kept some facts intentionally ambiguous because they wanted the characters to be approachable to everyone.

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This contained Ward's profession and the Cleavers' residence state.

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Beaver, who recently got divorced and now has custody of his kids, needs to increase his income.

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Hugh Beaumont, the actor, had passed away at the time of the film, and his passing was shown in the story.

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When Beaver asks Fred Rutherford for a job, he is given one. However, he queries Fred as to whether Ward's status as Fred's top employee had anything to do with Ward's employment.

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