To help beat the high cost of living, Gracie decides to write and produce a play. Frank Nelson plays a butcher.
All the men in the cast are having trouble with women. Frank Nelson plays a laundryman.
Rochester tries to wake Jack up after a five-week military base tour. Frank Nelson plays a radio announcer hawking Sympathy Soothing Syrup.
George’s new car arrives after a long wait, but Gracie trades it for a 1918 Stutz Bearcat. Frank Nelson plays a car salesman.
The gang is frustrated when Jack makes the rehearsals much more formal; Jack plays a prisoner in a parody of “I Stand Condemned”. Frank Nelson plays the warden.
Because of a transposed newspaper photograph, the Andersons think that Dennis is really the heir to a fortune.
Jack packs for his New York trip and heads for the train station. Frank Nelson plays the ticket clerk.
From Roosevelt Navy Base on Terminal Island, Jack recalls his World War I physical. Frank Nelson plays an officer.
Phil and Alice wonder if the show will be renewed for next season. Frank Nelson plays a ticket agent.
To keep Dennis from moving away, Mildred convinced Dennis to aply for the job of City Manager. Frank Nelson plays the mayor.