Gracie proposes a singing contest between George and Frank Sinatra.
McGee regales Molly with tales of his relatives in the Old West.
Phil is disappointed with his treatment in his recent movie, "Wabash Avenue", so he and Frankie decide to make their own movie.
Gildy tries to score points with his new next-door neighbor, but he suspects she has designs on Birdie's services.
McGee tries to contact an old friend in the Philippines who McGee believes owes him $7.
Jack decides to build a house in Palm Springs. Frank Nelson plays the construction supervisor, and guest star Frank Sinatra plays a carpenter. Dennis Day sings "Serenade Of The Bells".
The news item of the week is the recent snowstorm The Mighty Allen Art Players perform "The Missing Cat". When a society lady loses her pampered kitty, she calls for the extremely politically incorrect (in today's terms) Chinese detective, One Long Pan.
Gildy's secretary calls in sick with a toothache, and sends her sister from New York in as a substitute.
McGee has his handwriting analyzed, and is told he should become a doctor.
A replica of Rodin's "The Thinker" is ordered for the Founder's Day celebration, but instead "The Kiss" is delivered.
George and Liz both think helping out the local charity bazaar is a great idea, until each finds out that the other one volunteered to run a kissing booth.
George and Gracie perform their version of the 1940 film Gold Rush Maisie, called Gold Rush Gracie.
As they compete for the attentions of Mr. Boynton, Connie and Miss Enright both campaign to teach a business course.
In a show performed at an Army ordinance supply base, Bob furnishes the soldiers with some eye candy in the persons of Dorothy Lamour, Paulette Goddard and Veronica Lake.
After tiring of trying to make their own ice cream, the McGees decide to go down to Kramer's drug store and wait for the ice cream delivery.
In a broadcast from New York to benefit the Heart Fund, Jack phones all over Harlem looking for Rochester, who's out on the town. Dennis Day sings "Dear Hearts and Gentle People".
After trying to impress a guest by agreeing with everything he says, Liz finds herself invited to speak to his civic group.
McGee see a magazine article showing how to make a lamp from a spittoon and resolves to make one, over Molly's objections.
Gildy's former girlfriend Adeline plans to opens a hat shop in her home next door to him.
Humphrey Bogart is the guest star; Frank Nelson plays Virgil, the sound effects man.