After realizing the plastic mouse trap idea is actually a worthy one, Gildy calls the shots with his legal advisor, judge Hooker. The ideas on issuing stock are discussed over a family dinner. Everet Todd, banker’s son, and a boy who Marjorie declares to be a mole, is back in town.
When young Todd arrives, will Gildy be able to leverage the lad to get in close with the banker? Marjorie is far from thrilled at the visit. Won’t she at least show a little ordinary courtesy to pave the way for Gildy’s business deal? Gildersleeve even suffers through swing and jazz records.
Taking his music woes to Peavey, Gildy gives his mood a lift as he explains how he has been buttering up the banker’s son. Has the efforts paid off? Time to visit the 1st National Bank to find out. The whole time Marjorie’s playing nice with Everett may have advanced to something more.