A spring day reminds Molly of old canoe trips back in Illinois, which gives McGee an idea.
A bright student refuses to take elective courses that he must have in order to graduate and receive an impressive award.
After pushing him off a ladder, Fibber visits a recording studio to make an apology record for Gildersleeve.
The gang take turns imitating Phil in a sketch; everyone discusses their summer vacation plans.
The Halls help a medical student decide whether to leave Ivy and become a prizefighter.
The gang is attempting to have summer vacation in Hawaii on a budget, and Remley knows a guy with a yacht for sale.
Gracie's mother hates George and doesn't think he can take care of her daughter, so George agrees to a plan to get her to go home.
McGee rushes home with the solution to his and Molly's financial woes, but Molly has a little trouble dragging the details out of him.
Broadcasting from the Army Air Base at Santa Ana, the gang performs a salute to George M. Cohan and spoofs the Fred Allen show.
This audition program for the Gildersleeve show, setting up the premise in which Gildy moves to Summerfield, contains commercials for Johnson's Wax. By the time the series premiered several months later using almost the same script, the sponsor was Kraft.
Phil gets arrested for receiving stolen goods after buying Alice a bracelet for Mother's Day, and then gets arrested again while trying to get his money back for the bracelet.
Just after V-E Day, Jack claims credit for the victory in Europe; Mary gets a Mother's Day call from her mother. Jack heads to his vault and then the train station for the next show in San Francisco. Frank Nelson plays the information clerk.
McGee's barometer says it's going to snow tomorrow, even though it's May, so he tries to warn everyone.
Jack is still mad at Rochester because he lost $50 betting on Rochester's horse in the Kentucky Derby. While hiding from Jack at the Mississippi Barbecue Palace, Rochester meets up with Louis Armstrong.
After performing a play for the Women's Club, McGee finds himself stuck in a suit of armor.
McGee finds his old Boy Scout manual and starts catching up on his good deeds.