Gracie talks to her neighbor, Blanche, about the lack of romance in their lives. Time sure makes a difference in a marriage. Imagine Gracie’s surprise to learn how much George has missed her while she was out. She has just what he needs to scratch that itch. Meredeth Willson enters to tell about a night of romance with his girlfriend. Somehow Gracie figures that what housewives need to do is organize into a group, like a labor union.
George has put his foot down, but Gracie is too busy drawing up the contract that husbands are to abide by if they want their wives to work. Will Gracie be the catalyst for a new womens movement? The happy postman stops in to tell how his wife and dentist hold similar places in his heart. What will he think of the new housewives guilde?
The men are not such fools to sign themselves into the slavery terms in Gracies contract, but all that means is that Gracie will have to trick George into thinking he’s signing autographs. Maybe she can outwit George in some other way?