Watching the thrilling climax of an Alan Ladd picture, Gracie comments to George about the romantic scene unfolding. Gracie can’t stop talking about Alan Ladd, but does George come close in the romance department for her? Will she ever get the movie star out of her mind? Harry Vonzel enters to use the topic for pitching the sponsor product.
Felix Mills and the Swantettes sing, Whispering. George has stormed off, but Gracie plans to win him back by making him jealous. All she has to do is sacrifice herself to make love with Alan Ladd, then cast him aside for George. Along the way she meets the Happy Postman. Is he having trouble with his wife being infatuated by Alan Ladd as well? The ladies in the audience go wild as Gracie flirts with Alan. Will he go along with her plan to win George back?
Felix Mills plays a smooth dance transition. We find George sulking at home. When Alan arrives, will the pursuit of love be believable? Harry is back to offer help, and deliver a sponsor message.
The torrid scene, meant to bolster George’s ego, has an opposite affect for him. Will George win Gracie away from the movie star? Will Gracie ever get the actor with the tough reputation out of her head?