Gracie is surprised to get a visit from Rita Hayworth. The girls gab about beauty salons, and treatments. Plans are made to get together for the evening. Rita doesn’t want to stay home alone while her husband, Orson Wells, is away. The trouble is that George is too tired to want to go out, or hang out with the girls.
Jimmy Cash sings, Wonderful One. Buttering George up, Gracie brags on her hubby, wanting to be proud to show him off to Rita. Will George have the solution to the sugar shortage, or the black market? The girls brag on their husbands. Do they miss their old days of wining and dining? Going to nightclubs and getting flowers
Felix Mills plays, and the Swantettes sing, Take It Easy. The girls are bak to comparing notes about their romantic husbands. George has already turned in for the night, and isn’t up for the sophisticated life. Has a new Orson Wells been born, in George’s newly found genius? Or at least that’s the way Gracie sees it. Rita convinces George to act like Orson, and see if Gracie might change her mind, and want her old George back.