Connie and her friends try to break up Mrs. Davis' romance with a suspected con man.
McGee tries to get back into show business by becoming stage manager of a production in another town.
This is the audition show for Duffy's Tavern which ran as part of the "Forecast" series - an entire series made up of audition shows. The opening phone call and Archie's initial speech (where the elite meet to eat, Duffy ain't here) are already fully formed, but the format is a little looser, more like a variety show interrupted by sketches.
The show is performed form the Paramount Theater in New York as Jack's new movie, "Buck Benny Rides Again", is promoted.
After his morning ablutions, Molly tells McGee she's given his favorite old suit to the Salvation Army.
As Phil takes the girls to see a band rehearsal at NBC, Remley shows up with his new girlfriend.
Connie feeds Mr. Boynton some of Mrs. Davis' cookies in the hope that he'll get sick and she can nurse him back to health.
The cast says "so long" to Dennis Day as he enters the service. The show is broadcast from Mary's hometown of Vancouver. Dennis sings "Amour"; Mary and Phil sing "Love, Love, Love".
George buys roses for Gracie, but Joe Bagley swipes them to give to his own wife.
Leroy sends away for seeds to sell, but he won't let on what he plans to do with the profits.
McGee is convinced that Frank Schmaltz, his next door neighbor, is a Nazi spy.
Connie is trying to promote a summer vacation trip to Europe, but so are Mr. Boynton and Mr. Conklin.
Hollywood hearttthrob Van Johnson is the guest star, and he and Mary are late for the show after she goes to pick him up. Dennis Day sings "I Can't Begin to Tell You".
On the way to an event given by Mrs. Foster, a financial benefactor of the college, the Halls are delayed when they find a lost dog.
McGee's beside himself with excitement over the new fire alarm box that's being installed on the corner of the block.
Despite the terrible heat wave, McGee is convinced it's going to rain, and decides to sell umbrellas.
Here's Phil Harris & Alice Faye's audition show as hosts of the "Fitch Bandwagon", for Fitch shampoo. The show presented here is pretty much in the form it would have for years, beyond the point where they changed sponsors and the name became "The Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show".
The show originates from Camp Haan. Quiz shows are parodied in a sketch, and Dennis Day sings "She'll Always Remember". Frank Nelson plays Virgil, the Sound Man.
Mayor La Trivia (Gale Gordon) drops in for tea with the McGees while launching a safe driving campaign
While Liz works on her scrapbook, she and George reminisce about the day George taught her to drive, the time Liz signed an affidavit swearing never to interrupt George's stories again, and when the butcher thought that Liz had a crush on him. Frank Nelson plays a policeman.