Vern Albright’s girlfriend Connie is returning from her trip to Europe, and he’s nervous and excited. Margie and Mrs Odet are on hand to talk about the party preparations. Freddie arrives in time to get word that Connie is on the way, and the champaigne flows. Connie has not only picked up an English accent, but a companion named Poindexter. Ceril Poindexter is poked fun at, and his qualifications as a hunter, outdoorsman, and at being a scholar.
Jealousy has crept in as Connie spends all her time with her new friend. Can Mrs Odet and Margie help to get rid of the man? Margie is willing to sacrifice herself, and tempt Ceril away from Connie. Will her seductions do the trick?
Now it’s Connie’s turn to be jealous, and she’s more determined to be with Ceril. What does she see in the Englishman? His title, of course, and Margie has an idea to sway Connie back to her dad.
How can Vern discover that he has a phoney title, related to roalty? With a phoney geneologist, of course. Suddenly Vern doesn’t care anymore, knowing that he’s a Duke. What trouble will it stir up at the office, at home, and will it actually do anything to win Connie back?