Running themes include Gracie and her newspaper colum, and her desire for George to win the starring role as a leading man in the latest project in the Hollywood studios. Today, Gracie shares her knowledge of the recent elections, and the big Republican win. Also late breaking celebrity news on Artie Shaw, and Frank Sinatra, before moving on to the realm of football. She knows it all, doesn’t she? What news will the Happy Postman bring? He sparks an idea with Gracie that a good leading man ought to be a good singer. Will George stand a chance against somebody like Frank Sinatra? To practice, George sings a few bars of April Showers. Coached on by Gracie’s interjections of cource. Cute.
Ready for a confrontation, Gracie catches a ride with Meredeth Willson, president of the Frank Sinatra fan club to the home of the scrawny singer. Can she convince Frank to get away for a little rest and relaxation? Not quite falling for it, Frank at least honors Gracie with a song, May to December. After a misunderstanding, Frank thinks that Gracie is going to have a baby, and that’s why she’s so determined to get George that job as a leading man.
The misunderstanding takes on a new light when Frank goes to congradulate George on the new job… er, is that a new baby? Will Gracie perpetuate the misunderstanding with George, or will the truth come out?