George is surprised to learn that Gracie shows more interest in the current events of the newspaper than the latest sale on hats. Can she hold her own as a world famous newspaper columnist when George reviews a few news items? The topic turns to the celebrity news, and Gracie thinks that George could replace Clark Gable as the next big romantic leading man. What will Meredeth Willson, or the Happy Postman think about the matter?
Gracie insists that George has the good looks, but for any short comings, she explains about Hollywood makeup artists who enhance the stars. With all the make up patch ups, do the stars really look the same in person as they do on the big screen? Maybe if Gracie goes to visit Clark Gable in person, he can shed some light on how George should break into the business of being a leading man. Too bad she goes to the wrong address, and visits a cabbie named Clark Gable.
Still not convinced that he has Gable’s good looks, George is less convinced that he has the charming personality of the famous celebrity. Can Gracie team up with Bill Goodwin to get to the bottom of what makes George’s sex appeal tick?
Trying to build up George’s manliness, Gracie turns on her submissive nature to serve her man. Will he go for it, or just think she’s nuts? What will it take to either convince George, or reveal the secret of the fake Clark Gable’s identity?