Groucho meets bridge expert Charles Goren, actress/dancer Sanita Pelkey and Ernie Kovacs.
A serviceman receives a letter by mistake implying that Marjorie wants to marry him.
McGee believes he's inherited a yacht, and invites all his friends to go sailing. This was one of the final "Fibber McGee & Company" episodes - Molly would return the next month.
The show is performed from the San Diego Naval Training Station. Guest Gracie Allen thinks that Bob's fallen in love with her. The Bell Sisters sing "Bermuda".
If Liz and Iris can slim down to the same dress size they wore ten years ago, George and Rudolph will buy each of them a whole new Easter outfit. Frank Nelson plays a floorwalker.
Molly wins a contest with the prize being a fancy designer dress made just for her.
New neighbors move in next door, and while Gildy tries his best to keep a good neighbor policy, the new people cause nothing but aggravation for the Gildersleeve household.
George and Gracie spend the night with Rita Hayworth, and Gracie tries to prove that George is a genius.
Alice is happy with her new car, until Phil and Remley decide to fix the windshield wiper.
McGee gets a draft notice in the mail and tries to sort out the mistake.
The gang returns from vacation in Palm Springs. Dennis Day sings "In Dublin's Fair City" (also known as "Molly Malone" or "Cockles and Mussels".)
Gildersleeve is flattered to be named one of the ten best-dressed men in Summerfield. Unfortunately, it’s a suit-selling scam, and both Gildy and Judge Hooker get swindled.
Having just hired their new maid, Beulah (who only works Tuesday nights because that's when they need her the most), the McGees plan a dinner party.
The character of Beulah was originated by white actor Marlin Hurt using a black dialect and was popular on radio. Beulah moved on to her own series in 1945, and later to television. After Hurt's abrupt death from a heart attack in 1946, the role was played by black actresses including Hattie McDaniel, Ethel Waters and Louise Beavers, among others.
The show is performed from the Navy base at Livermore, California. A ceremony where Mary christened a ship is discussed. Dennis Day sings "Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes".
The mortgage on the Elks Club meeting hall is about to be paid off, and a mortgage-burning ceremony is planned. What could go wrong?
The show is performed from the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria hotel. Since they're in New York, the gang makes lots of digs at the Fred Allen show. Abe Lyman and his Orchestra provide the music.
After listening to a Thin Man-type show on the radio, Gracie is convinced that she'll have to solve crimes in her everyday life.
The cast decides that old fashioned fairy tales are passe, so they perform Little Red Riding Hood in the style of the radio show Gangbusters, and then that of We The People.
Leroy receives a party invitation from a girl at school, but he's not interested in going to a girl's party.
The sponsor demands that Jack rehire the Sportsmen, who he has just fired. Dennis Day sings "Oh, But I Do".