Thanks for all the interesting replies.
I wasn't really referring to June Cleaver's house-cleaning skills (or the fact that she looks so neat and unruffled in every single scene).
I was stunned by the SET itself.
This is lovely, lovely, set-building and dressing---to the "nth" degree.
It might not have looked so spiffy in color as it does in black and white.
But these people have SERIOUS décor.
I mean it isn't REAL---no piles of messy bills, no vacuum cleaner messing up TV reception, etc.
On the topic of a "spotless" house on television and in movies, which is quite a different thing.
This really ruins many older and brand new movies and tv-series for me.
No cleaner, or cleaning crew!
But a SPOTLESS, sometimes massively many-roomed McMansion.
Add this to a MOM of today that is carefully dressed, manicured, and either coming in from Yoga class or on her way out to a "power job."
The children, usually fussy, bored teens, do not lift a finger to cook or clean, and probably never have.
WHO IS CLEANING THESE HOMES?
The shows of today are even more "fantasy" than "Leave it to Beaver"