Gracie opens with an important public service announcement, buy war bonds.
This morning in the Burns home, Gracie talks to George about their great love affair, and their upcoming anniversary. George suggests that Gracie get rid of their useless maid. All she does is gather gossip while Gracie does all the work. The scene changes to another couple with a famous love affair. Adolph Menjou and his wife. They talk about a movie scene that he is shooting. The maid overhears their staged arguement, and thinks its real. She’s the same maid who works for Gracie, and other Hollywood stars.
Jimmy Cash sings, I’ll Be Around.
It doesn’t take long for gossip to get around, and Gracie wants to do something about it. Gracie races to the Menjou’s to try to patch up the quarrel that she just heard about. Adolph’s wife listens, and is convinced of the love affair. Next, Gracie visits Adolph to tell him that his wife is having a fling. Has Gracie driven a wedge between the two? How do these things happen?
Before you know it, the rumors have Gracie necking with Adolph, and his wife is coming on to George to make beautiful music together.
The Swantettes sing, No Love No Nothing.
Now Gracie and George are on the outs as well, and the love triangle, or maybe it should be a love trapezoid, creates some hillarious moments as the foursome continue to misunderstand each others intentions. Maybe Bill Goodwin can moderate? Of course, as long as it involves Swan soap.
Finally, George gets to the bottom of the situation to clear the air. The thing to do is fire the maid, but will juicy gossip rule out? In epilog, adolph presents George and Gracie an award for their comedic performances on the show.