Ronnie moves in with George and Gracie in New York so he can study serious drama at the Actors Studio. When George offers him a part on the show so he can get some experience, he gets insulted when Ronnie dismisses comedy.
Harry Von Zell dates a woman who wants to get into show business. When she meets Ronnie she turns her sights on him hoping to get to George through him to get her big break.
Ronnie changes his name to Cobb Cochran so he is no longer mistaken with the Burns comedy act. When Gracie hears the news, she decides to change her name as well.
Harry Morton invites an important executive to a cocktail party and the man turns out to be someone that Blanche assaulted earlier in the day.
When George is accused of not being a good father, he decides to take up skiing so he can have an activity to share with Ronnie.
When Gracie and Blanche decide that George and Harry are not polite enough to them, Gracie decides to hire a gigolo to teach them how to treat women. When Harry Morton's father shows up for a visit, Gracie mistakes him for the gigolo.
When Harry Von Zell's long time girlfriend Alice sends Harry a letter saying she has waited for him long enough and is coming to New York, Harry is convinced she intends to force him into marriage.
Harry Morton arranges for Blanche to be interviewed to a very exclusive woman's club so she can help him secure accounts with their husbands. When Gracie interrupts the interview process, she ends up getting nominated for the club.
Gracie takes some flower bulbs from Central Park and when she tells Harry Morton where she got them he tells her that what she has done is illegal and she decides to turn herself in to the police.
Gracie invites herself to a party at an exclusive socialites house on Long Island that the Morton's are attending.