Gildersleeves has to deal with a couple of active kids. Leroy’s accident prone nature on his bike soon pales compared to the fast driving Marjorie, and her new college friends. He’s just concerned at her new found liberties, but Marjorie see’s him putting a damper on er fun. Where can Gildy seek advice to cheer Marjorie up? In their own ways both Birdie, and Judge Hooker try to nudge Gildy into cutting his apron strings, and letting her grow up.
Gildy is pleased with his idea of joining the gang and taking Miss Milford on a double date with marjorie. He stops in at Peavey’s for party favors. Will Gildersleeves come off as a cool addition to the gang, or just as an old stick in the mud? Let’s get this party started and see what happens. Jump into Bronco’s jalopy, take a joy ride, and cut a few rugs with the jitterbugs. It’s pretty transparent that Gildy is going along to act as chaperone, but who needs chaperoning worse?, the kids or the grown ups?
PS: Don’t forget, the Name the Song contest is ending soon, so fire up your time machines and head back to 1949 to enter for cash prizes.