The Swantets sing a few bars of a patriotic war tune to open the show. Gracie talks with a grumpy old neighbor, who hates everything Gracie brings up. The nice weather, men, love, or marriage. Meanwhile, George intercepts the Happy Postman to get a secret magazine that would blow Gracie’s top. No, not porn, it’s Cowboy Love Tales. A magazine of western flavored poetry, and shoot em up thrills. Will Bill Goodwin stick up for George? Nah, all he has words for is the sponsor.
Jimmy Cash sings, My Ideal. When Gracie finds out George’s dentist is a woman, she thinks he is running around on her. The truth is that George isn’t having dental work done, he’s only there to read the back issues of Cowboy Love
Tales. Corny, but even the female dentist is embarrassed over it. Gracie confronts the home wrecking dentist to win her man back, and comedy mix ups ensue.
After Felix Mills plays an arrangement of a top ten tune, its up to Gracie to make George jealous to win him back. She hires her Shakespearean actor friend to be her lover. Outside, George levels with Bill about his Cowboy Love Tales habit. Bill spills the beans about Gracie’s plan. How will George play the goofy scene of desperate love?
After a sponsor message from Bill, the truth comes out. How will Gracie take the news about Cowboy Love Tales?