Gildersleeves opens with his nameless song to remind listeners that the Name the Song contest is coming to a close.
Today Gildersleeves stops by nurse Milfords house on the way home from the office. They plan a date for later. At home, Marjorie has some dating troubles with Bronco. It seems a rival girl has a date with him. Gildy sacrifices his date to offer advice for Marjorie. Will it work?
With the puppy love firmly under control, Gildy goes back to nurse Milfords, but she isn’t exactly ready and waiting.
Gildy is burning with jealousy as he tries to go about business as usual. Last week he had trouble with Leo the Tom cat. Now he has trouble with another kind of cat, a guy named Tom Olsen. Can Gildersleeves get as good as advice from Judge Hooker and Peavey as he gave Marjorie? Probably not, but it’s fun to watch him squirm under the joking around.
It also doesn’t help Gildersleeves anxiety, so he goes to spy on his gal with her date. Gildy’s misery only gets worse, but there is a bright spot at the end.