Margie is careless with her money, so Vern tries to teach her a lesson about financial management. Margie ends up thinking her father has gone broke and rents out their apartment to a couple of wrestlers.
Convinced Mr. Honeywell would be a better boss if he were a married man, Margie gets him a date at a lonely hearts club. When the woman turns out to be a gold-digger, Mrs. Odetts and Margie pose as Mr. Honeywell's wife and daughter to get rid of her.
In order to breakup Margie and Freddie, Vern and Mr. Honeywell convince Freddie that Margie would like him better if he acted like a cave man. Margie discovers their plan and retaliates by pretending she loves the "new Freddie".
Mr. Honeywell makes Vern hire the daughter of a client to be his secretary. When the girl falls for Vern and wants to marry him, Margie tries to make her see how ridiculous the age difference is by dating the girl's aged father. The only problem is, the old man really falls for Margie.moreless
Vern thinks his job is being taken over by an ambitious young man at Honeywell & Todd. The man is a big fan of murder mysteries, so Margie and Roberta set up a real mystery to try and trick him into leaving the company.
Margie and Vern babysit for client's grandson who happens to be an obnoxious brat. What Margie doesn't realize is that the old lady neighbor who is helping them amuse the child is actually a notorious thief.
Freddie has a new job selling lipstick that lasts three months. When Margie messes up a demonstration Freddie was trying to give to Vern's new client, she must think of a way to correct the problem she has caused.
Vern tells Margie if one more thing goes wrong she won't get her trip to Sun Valley. Margie then gets into trouble when she tries to operate a broken elevator and ends up taking a fellow tenant on a wild ride. When the woman threatens to sue, Margie tries to keep the landlord from talking to Vern, by convincing Vern it is the middle of the night.moreless
Margie agrees to babysit for a chimpanzee that belongs to one of Vern's clients. Vern, not realizing who the chimp belongs to, pays Freddie to kidnap it. When Margie learns of the plan, she tells Freddie to go ahead with it to teach Vern a lesson.
The set and costumes used in the "My Little Margie" episode "Margie's Millionth Member" are from "Rocky Jones Space Ranger". Both sets and costumes were used at The Hal Roach Studios. The name of one of the cereal company owners is "Mr.Crackie".
Vern convinces Margie to break her date with a Marine to go out with a client's son. An angry Margie uses helium to inflate her dress so she will look fat. The plan backfires, however, when the client's son turns out to be a dreamboat.
Vern doesn't want Margie to meet a client's son, so he sends her out of town and has Roberta pose as Margie. When a suspicious Margie returns, she catches on and then pretends to be her own imaginary sister, Helen.
Margie invites Mr. Honeywell and a prospective client to dinner. She lets Freddie, who now has a job selling cookware, make the dinner. What she doesn't know is that Vern's client is a competitor of Freddie's company.
Vern is the foreman on a jury that convicts a gangster. Worried about her father's safety, Margie sets a trap for what she thinks are the gangster's henchmen, but turn out to be a mild-mannered client and a private detective.
Vern tries to get Margie interested in writing, thinking it will keep her out of trouble. In order to research her book, Margie starts pretending she has amnesia and when the police get involved, its wall-to-wall trouble for everyone.
Vern tells Margie he will take her to Hawaii if she can last through a Canadian hunting trip. He's convinced she won't be able to take it, but Margie outfoxes him by hiring three men to do all her work for her.
Vern calls in sick so he can take the day off and go to the beach with Margie at her suggestion. Trouble arises when he runs into a client and, without realizing who she is, brags about being irresponsible.
Vern plans to do some business with the Dean at his college reunion, but Margie intends to teach him a lesson when she finds out he and his friends weren't quite as dignified in college as he had claimed.
Margie wants to have her portrait painted as a present for Vern's birthday. Short on money, she arranges to pretend to be the girlfriend of an artist to impress his friend and in exchange he will paint the portrait. Vern gets suspicious and, following Margie, thinks she is having an illicit affair.moreless
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