As the show opens, Ray Noble showers Gracie with gifts, and George catches his usual dose of insults. Frank Parker arrives to joke about Gracie’s political party mascot, the kangaroo. Gracie tells about her relatives living in her house. A string of all sorts of random one liners and old jokes ensues until a commercial brings it to a stop.
Frank Parker sings, The Moon Was Yellow. Mary “Bubbles” Kelley shows up to keep the running gags going, and slip in a few jokes about Georges best buddy, Jack Benny and his cast. A psychiatrist stops in to give Gracie an exam. Ray Noble plays a tune.
Next, crazy people find their way into the studio, besides the usual cast members. Left alone together, Gracie and Ray talk about love and marriage. Gracie wraps up with a song, I Can’t Love You Any More.
Note: Mary Kelley was a long time and former roommate of Gracie. Mary Kelley was also the girlfriend of Jack Benny when they all were on the vaudeville circuitIt was after their break up that Jack met Sadie Marx, later to be known as Mary Livingston, and were married. Mary Kelley was a voice actress on Jack’s show, but about this time, she and Mary Livingston are reported to have had differences, and Mary Livingston forced the former girlfriend to leave the show. Though whe would make some occasional appearances, she found a home with George and Gracie, as well as doing voice spots on other shows