Gracie opens with a serious appeal to participate in the Red Cross fund drive to support the injured troops overseas.
In the Burns home, George tries to get Gracie to have a girls night out. She sees right through the attempt at a night of George playing poker with the guys. Heading to the cigar shop to pout, George tries to ave face in bowing out of the poker game. Will Alan Ladd convince George to man up, and take charge of the house? Bill Goodwin enters for a commercial, and to add his advice for the poker game. After giving George a hard time, even Alan is finding it difficult to get his wife’s permission.
Jimmy Cash sings, My Diane. Gracie gets into a fender bender on the way to the beauty shop, but lays on her Irish charm to sway the sensitivities of the Irish cop on the beat. Meanwhile, George and Alan think up ways of getting Gracie to cave in, and let the game go through. She thinks Alan is just a rough influence, but will that work in the guys favor? Gracie caves in, but only to cover up the evidence of the dented car. Felix Mills and the orchestra play, while the Swantettes sing, When they Ask About You.
Though Gracie tries to confess her car troubles, George and Alan think she’s talking about having a baby, and with comic mix up affect. Bill is back for the commercial, but does he know enough to spill the beans on Gracie? When the cops come for an arrest, George’s plans take an unexpected turn for him.