Guest is Brian Donlevy. The Blondettes sing a short version of, Thank Your Lucky Stars. Morning in the Burns home, and George is nervously pacing. The laundry hasn’t been done, and George can’t finish dressing. Gracie can’t get to it since she’s expecting her acting lesson. Without his shirt, George gets a variety of comments from Gracie, the acting teacher, and even Bill Goodwin as they each see him. As Bill delivers the commercial, George finishes dressing.
George discovers the laundry service sent him the wrong shirts, they are Brian Donlevy’s. Time for a song, and Jimmy Cash sings, How Sweet You Are.
Gracie gets right on the project of getting the shirts back to Brian Donlevy. She tries to convince Brian to join her theater troupe. He won’t do it for fame or fortune, but after Gracie tells lies about George, he does it out of pity. Not to mention giving George a piece of his mind. The orchestra plays, Sunday, Monday, or Always.
To teach George a lesson which he doesn’t deserve, Brian forces George to do his laundry, which is prime territory for Bill Goodwin to plug the sponsor, Swan soap.
Coming to his senses, Brian tries to get back at Gracie by ruining his lines for the play. He don’t know her very well does he! It’ll take more than just ruined lines to discourage Gracie though.