Dreaming of their post war home, Gracie wants George to buy a vacant lot to build on. The trouble is that it belongs to Joe Bagley, and he doesn’t want to sell. Mrs Regan proves to be quite the truth teller for Gracie. What does that mean for the maid, and dishppearing food? As she returns to the kitchen to feed her policeman friend, Gracie reminds her to save the cooking grease for the war effort. Bill Goodwin pops in for a sponsor message, then a neighbor girl, Susan arrives to tell of her wedding plans with Bill… after she grows up. When Joe Bagley shows up, how will George handle his friend to get the land?
George and Gracie spend the day watching Joe’s little niece, Susan.
The mischievous little girl has been pushing some limits for George. Will the ordeal be worth it? Bill is back with another sponsor message, but will he also have some advice for dealing with Susan? The Happy Postman drops off the mail, but isn’t much help in advice dealing with little girls either. Jimmy Cash sings, It Could Happen to You.
Maybe a dose of child psychology will work? While George chokes down her carrots, Susan has disappeared to the kitchen to enjoy George’s steak. The big payoff, or lack of it, comes when Susan has a note for George.