The Six Hits and a Miss kick off with a chorus of, Hip Hip Hurray. Bill Goodwin takes us inside the Burns home for a look at the dozing Papa Burns, Baby Burns, and Mama Burns. Facing the chilly morning, Gracie tells George about the new maid who will bring them breakfast in bed. With help hard to find, the Uplifters are taking turns being each others household help. Today, Tootsie Sagwell brightens the Burns home. Can George do better?
Paul Whiteman and his orchestra play, Brazil. George finds out the hard way that it isn’t easy to hire somebody. Will he let Gracie have her way? Jimmy Cash sings, Why Don’t You Fall in Love With Me…
George leaves to stubbornly persist with the employment agencies, while Gracie is joined by Tootsie in the kitchen. Will they be cooking up something good with Bill Goodwin?
Just as insistent, Gracie tries to cover up the fact that Tootsie has been helping her cook. Will George go for the scheme? Maybe if Tootsie is willing to eat her cooking first.