Performing live for troops at Terminal Island. We first look in at the office of a Hollywood producer, and Ida Lupino complaining about the part in a play. Elsewhere, Gracie admires her big, strong, dream man, George. Is she buttering him up to soften the blow about a fender bender she kinda had in the car? Will she be giving away any secrets when Ida arrives to ask for advice in being a housewife? Gracie gives a talk on the birds and the bees. Bill Goodwin shows up to help with the advanced training for Ida. That means he’s going to lay on the sponsor message.
Jimmy Cash sings, If You Please. Ida explains the character she and Charles Boyer will be playing is Gracie and George. Gracie shares tips and secrets of her successful marriage. Can Gracie bring out the comedian in George? Ida tries her hand at delivering lines to George, as if she were Gracie. Can Gracie do her part in role reversals, and in melodramatic fashion pretend to poison George?
Felix Mills and the Swantettes perform, Sweet Rosie O’Grady. Gracie gets it in her mind that George will get to sing in Ida’s new movie. Bill is back to sing, and pitch the sponsor some more. The producer arrives, and George gets to sing for him.