Freddie has a prospective job selling pots and pans which also involves fixing a meal for the customer. But when Albright brings a client home it's turns out he owns the primary competition of Freddie's employer.
Margie forces Vern to eat "Boomies" cereal so the next-door-neighbor boy can win a prize. Vern is concerned because his company represents a rival product. The situation comes to a head just before Margie and Vern are scheduled to appear on a live children's program sponsored by "Boomies" cereal.
A chimp named Mr. Murphy takes over the Albright household.
When Margie's father agrees to babysit a client's grandson, Margie warns him he's asking for trouble. But trouble is only starting. Before the night is over, the whole town seems to be upset.
Margie is convinced that Mr Honeywell would be a better boss if he were married.
Despite Vern's objections, Margie is determined to meet Vern's old fraternity brother, the Shah of Zena...even if it means sneaking into his hotel room.
When Margie learns a maharajah is visting America she's determined to meet him. She enlists Freddie's help in schemes that involve a laundry basket and becoming a harem girl that does the Charleston.
Margie tries to help Vern get out of a romance by pretending the family is insane. The only problem is, she mistakes a woman client for the girlfriend and endangers Vern's business deal.
When Mr. Honeywell lends the Albright's apartment to a client and then Margie and Vern return unexpectedly, they are forced into pretending they are the maid and butler.
Vern tells the story of how he married Margie's mother and was hired by Honeywell & Todd.
When a client of Vern's prefers younger men, Margie has to pretend she is 12 years old.
Freddie has a new job working for a private eye and when he and Margie find a murderer's diary in an old trunk they decide to investigate. The trail ends up leading them to one of Vern's clients.
Vern wagers his future with the company against Mr. Honeywell's job as president, in a competition to sign an important client.