With a broken and worn out refridgerator on their hands, George and Gracie are desperate to get a new one. There just don’t seem to be any available without a long waiting list. The Happy Postman visits with a suggestion on how he got his new appliances, go on a radio quiz show. Are those quiz programs as easy as Gracie thinks they’ll be? She turns on the radio for George to listen for himself.
The segment on the radio sounded so simple, so it’s off to the studio. Just for showing up, the gifts start being showered on George. What will he win if he actually answers a question? Can Meredeth Willson give George an inside scoop on the big jackpot question? A musical quiz show offers a new fridge, just what George needs. All he has to do is name that tune in just one note.
Still no luck, but Bill Goodwin offers more words on how easy it is to win prizes on the quiz shows. Not to mention to plug the sponsor product. There’s time for one more chance at a prize. Bill manages to pull some strings, and Gracie is made celebrity quizmaster. George is a shoe in, right? Frank Nelson is George’s opponent in the stacked game.