Barbara's jealous of Margaret, so she decides to become a famous singer too. She hires a composer (who is also a teenage prodigy) to write her a song. Fifteen-year-old Fred Myron guests as the composer and plays two songs: "Cuban Donkey" and "Odditude".
Barbara and Margaret receive expensive gifts from an unknown source. Then, Mrs. Whiting hears a news report that describes the girls' new items as stolen. The gifts used to belong to a producer that Margaret is on her way to see.
Barbara is convinced Margaret needs professional help when she becomes overly clumsy around the house. Barbara seeks help from a psychology professor. Margaret sings the songs "Glad to be Unhappy" and "Gypsy in my Soul".
While spying on the new neighbors with binoculars, Margaret and Barbara determine the men are French. Barbara convinces a girlfriend (who knows some French phrases) to invite the new neighbors to dinner.
Barbara's boyfriend convinces her to sit in the dunking tank at the carnival. When she discovers what's involved, she tries to get Margaret to take her place. Margaret sings the song, "Meet Me at the Station".
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