Joan Bennet is Gloria, a girl who may be the cause for her fiancee to lose an inheritance. Randy is determined to flee the iron hand of his family, and is confident in his position as president in the family business. Maybe Gloria can get on at the firm to pave her own way into the family’s heart. Not qualified for a job, or with any references she uses her feminine charms to get a foot in the door. It also helps to borrow the identity of her friend, Kitty Long, played by Eve Arden.
After a well meaning attempt at being helpful, the stock market is turned upside down with activity. Mixed up identities between Gloria and Kitty, jobs lost and regained, all add up for comic misunderstandings. Somehow, the girls manage to endear themselves to the bosses. Will Gloria be able to win the recommendation she needs to be accepted? Randy feels she already has people eating out of her hand, but she wants to keep up her act a while longer to make sure.
Can things get any more awkward, than having Gloria’s boss fall for her? Will jealousy drive Randy away? Randy begins his own campaign to set up Gloria with trouble, and insults from the boss, Mr Willows. Will she still get her recommendation she needs to claim she would be a good addition to the family? How will the deceptions be received once they come out? Will wedding bells still ring?
Note: Ever wonder why your grandma used to save cooking oils from the frying pan? Mine did, and she never could quite tell you why. The mid show commercial time is dedicated to a call for housewives to collect used cooking grease, and drippings to use in turning it into munitions for the war. Butchers would pay a few cents per can of saved grease, and the material would be refined into explosives used in ammunition production. The call was so ingrained in the mind of housewives, they continued to save grease long after the wartime need was over. Even after butchers stopped paying for the stuff.