The latest fad among housewives is to attend auctions for antique furniture. Though she walked away with some good deals, can Gracie pay her bill? Will her system of buttering up George get her the cash she needs? The bickering over the repurposed antiques is interrupted by ‘Bill ‘Goodwin.
Jimmy Cash sings, It Could Happen to You. George heads out to the cigar store, but can Gracie trick him out of some money first? The orchestra and singers perform, Deacon Jones. The Happy Postman is sad to see Gracie upset, and comes on to Gracie. When Bill Goodwin arrives again, he is warned of the troubles of married life. The deadline for Gracie’s auction payment is drawing near. Will she come up with a way to get that money from George?
Felix Mills plays and the Swantettes sing, In Kentucky. Finding a note addressed to Gracie, George thinks she has a thing for another man. The postman returns with mail he forgot earlier, and he may fall prey to Gracie’s plan to get that $20 from George. Will the postman be in trouble when George thinks he’s the other man?
Note: The choppy nature of the usually smoothly flowing segments, and added music, seems to be a symptom of having the commercials snipped for AFRS broadcast.