The Angels and Clemsons engage in a battle of the sexes on business trip to San Francisco. The husbands go gaga over a couple of attractive sisters aboard the train. Vickie and Dottie are not impressed by the behavior of their two fawning schoolboys.moreless
The Murphys' boy Emmett comes home to visit after two years away in the military. Vickie and Gus are surprised because the young man is nothing like the rough-neck he-man lout that Murph always described. Emmett's an even-tempered flute player in the military band with a talent for art and Murph can't stand it. Dad is finally pleased when he learns why his son has been acting like a gentleman.moreless
Gus runs into an ex-girlfriend and brings her home to meet Vicki. The two trade old stories and memories while Vicki's unhappiness escalates.
The Angels' elderly neighbor Mr. Finley wants to stay with them because his son is trying to train a stray dog. It turns out other neighbors, the Murphys, are looking for their missing canine.moreless
Vicki is in a tizzy over the Hawaiian luau they're throwing for some of Gus' stuffy, rich clients. She panics when she gets stuck with a caterer who thinks she's a stand-up comedian, and weird old Mr. Findlay invites himself and conducts a hoedown.moreless
The Angels return from vacation to find a big (stuffed) gorilla in their living room. Gus decides to up the ante on his practical joking friends by hiring a famous showbiz gorilla impersonator.moreless
Vickie's destructive but heartbroken nephew Wheeler returns, sent to California to get over a girl. Naturally, Vickie tries to fix him up with a new gal in the neighborhood.
Vicki goes to a department store to buy a gift for Gus and is unexpectedly asked to fill in as a sales clerk for a day. Gus is none to happy when he finds her on the job since he does not want his wife working.moreless