Special guest tonight is Kay Star.
As Gildy pulls into his driveway, he gives neighbor, Bullard the right of way. In a moment of double politeness, Bullard takes the opportunity to pull into the drive first, and insult Gildy. Leroy enters crying after a run in with Craig Bullard. The battle of words boils into a face off between Bullard and Gildersleeves when a law suit is threatened.
As a break in the routine, and at popular requests Harold Peary sings, Cruising Down the River.
Back in character, Gildersleeves consults Judge Hookerabout his case. The judge can’t act as Gildy’s lawyer, since he’ll be the judge trying the case. Can Gildy sway the judge in his favor? Is it too late to make amends, and settle out of court?
Floyd offers Gildersleeves the advice to plead his own case. What he needs at the least are some good character witnesses. Simple, right? Will Peavey stick up for his good friend?
Another break in the routine finds popular singing star of the day, Kay Star on hand to sing her current top hit, How It Lies.
With nerves on edge, Gildy practices his arguments at home, but will he ever be prepared for the trial? His day in court arrives, and the decision is… I’m not saying, so listen to see how it shakes out. Just when it looks worst though, there’s a big dramatic courtroom turn around. It does go in Gildy’s favor, right?