In a hat shop with a friend, Mrs Regan, Gracie defends George as not being tight fisted with money. Although it sounds like he may be anything but a big spender. A little buttering up might not hurt to put the squeeze on George. Why doesn’t George like hats?
Jimmy Cash sings, The Day After Forever. Felix Mills plays some transitioning music.
Gracie apologizes for her underhanded trickery and flattery to get her way. Will her open approach get her what she wants from George? She comes clean about how she wrecked the car the last time she drove it. Winning George over, he lets Gracie drive it again.
While out, Gracie meets the Happy Postman, but will she return the car without a scratch, and all the fenders intact?Bill Goodwin pops in to ask George for a lift. Bill gets George to think the fender got damaged, like an accordion, when he backed it into a post. Felix Mills plays more traveling music, and the Swantets sing, I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles.
Now George needs to hide the damage from Gracie, if Bill will play along with him. At home, Gracie and Mrs Regan worry over telling George about the damaged fender. Who will confess to the damage first? Gracie gets to revel in having the upper hand, lording it over George about the fender. Until the Happy postman comes over to tell about Gracie backing into his wife. How’s Gracie going to get out of this one? And why didn’t she think of it before?
Note: Since this appears to be an AFRS presentation, free of commercials, there is an added presentation of Gracie’s famous One Finger Concerto.