The Beverly Hills Uplifters club is meeting, but is George up to putting a stop to the gossiping gals? The catty dames force George to head out to pick up some items to send to Gracie’s brother who is stationed in Iceland.
Jimmy Cash sings, White Christmas. Gracie stops the gossiping long enough to open the meeting by reding the minutes. Any new business? George is back and thinks discussion of war work would be better than the usual trivial topics. Gracie tries to tell Herman the duck the benefits of meat rationing in supporting the war effort. What about car pooling and sharing resources?
Paul Whiteman plays, and the Six Hits and a Miss sing, Manhattan Serenade. Gracie is pleased, proud, and praises George for his idea for the Uplifters. But will George need to make some sacrifices of his own for the war effort? The man crazy Tootsie has chased Bill Goodwin to the Burns home. Even the sponsor is offering something to customers in supporting the war.
Just how far will the pooling of resources go? Sharing medicine, the radio, and even in the bed room.