A show that again features the musical tallents of Kaye Star. It’s morning in Summerfield, and Marjorie has already left for school. Leroy drags his feet because he doesn’t want to be part of the square dancing class. Fortunately for him, Gildersleeves also thinksthe the folk dancing class is silly.
Going to the school to give that muscle bound Amazon of a gym tteacher a piece of his mind, Gildersleeves soon forgets which piece when the gym teacher turns out to be a lot cuter than he expected. Before he knows it, Gildy is getting enrolled in the adult folk dancing class. Not missing a chance for jokes and insults, Judge Hooker pops in to talk with Gildy and the gym teacher, Miss Taylor about the dance class.
Musical interlude. Harold Peary sings, Some Enchanted Evening.
At the office, Gildy talks with Bessie about trimming down by dieting. Later, Gildy pops in to talk with Peavey about the square dance class and suggests exersize to slim down. Back at home, Gildersleeves puts Peavey’s exersizing machine to good use. Will all that exersize work? Not if he won’t stop eating pies, and bananas. Though he’s feeling discouraged, Marjorie and Birdie convince him to go to the dance, and give it his best try.
It’s ttime, and all the Summerfield cowboys hav made their appearance, but first Kay Starr sings, Wabash Canonball.
Gildy is given the chance to save face by not dancing. Instead, he calls the square dances. In parting, Gildy gives a quick word to each of the cast members, and production crew on this last show of the season.