In the office of an attorney, an excited Loretta young complains about rumors that Gracie has been spreading about her. At home, Gracie tries to help George relax, as she tells some of her latest writing exploits as a gossip- columnist. Is there any truth behind her headlines, or will George end up with more headaches to deal with. Bill Goodwin enters to hear about it, and sell the sponsor product.
Jimmy Cash sings, Little Did I Know. Gracie know she has hit it big with her articles to the gossip magazine when she gets served with a law suit. They don’t sue poor people for $50k. Loretta Young storms up the steps, and Gracie is suddenly afraid. Does Loretta really have a secret love? Would it really damage her standing at the studios if people believed it? Common ground is found in complaining about men. The star is intrigued at the amazing talents of George. or at least amazing, as told according to Gracie.
Felix Mills and the Swantets sing a medley to salute the Marines. At the lawyers office, Gracie tries to settle out of court. Maybe buttering up Bill Goodwin to pose as Loretta’s secret lover will get her off the hook? Nah, just another sponsor message. George seeks solace in the cigar shop. Maybe he can hire his shady Shakespearreanbn friend, Bowlingbrook to take the fall as Loretta’s lover? Will Gracie stand a chance in defending her self, as secret lovers explode from the woodwork.