Word comes to Gildy that his newly hired secretary, Bessie, is messing up at the office. Will he have to let her go? At Floyd’s barber shop, the gents complain about their woman troubles. Only confused by the help, Gildy is determined to be tough. On his way to the office, Leila lets Gildy know about her sister’s plan to come to town and help with wedding plans. Discussing wedding bells takes the wind out of Gildy’s sails.
Next morning, Gildy hopes the family will be on their best behavior for the visiting Winfield, but all he gets is more domestic woes. Winfield has her young son with her, but the worry that bothers Gildersleeves is how well she’ll like him. Will she be breaking up the romance, or approving of it? The gals go off on their own, and leave Gildy to hang out with little Mike… er, make that Michael.
The afternoon wears on, and little Michael is critical of the features in town. How will he react to the household when he meets Leroy and the rest? In Peavey’s drugstore, the boys are feeling the affect of one too many ice-cream sodas when Gildy tracks them down.
As the week goes on, Leila keeps pushing Winfield off on Gildy to entertain. Is she trying to date her instead? Gildy would rather be with Leila. Will they ever get any alone time?
Bribing Michael to leave them alone, Gildy and Leila need to talk. Is this the end of their relationship?