Gracie and George's exchange student gets a very different view of American culture than he expected.
A college student needs Gracie's help to pass a test.
Ronnie's vacation plans are ruined when George insists he attend summer school because of poor grades.
George and Gracie invite a pair of newlyweds to spend their honeymoon at their home.
Gracie and Blanche try to trick their husbands into joining them on a trip to New York.
Gracie's plans for a big dinner party go awry when she loses the house key.
Gracie takes on the Army when she learns that Ronnie is about to become a soldier.
Gracie and Blanche try to get Ronnie's new girlfriend a part in a film.
Gracie worries about Ronnie's ability to hold onto his money.
Gracie tries to help Ronnie who wants to get into the record business.
Juror Gracie disrupts a counterfeiting trial.
Harry, who wants a vacation from his wife, tries to arrange jury duty for her.
Ronnie and his girlfriend are shocked when they pick up a newspaper and read of their marriage.
Spring fever causes Ronnie, Ralph and their professor to behave uncharacteristically.
Gracie gets George involved in a plan to help their plumber pass a physical exam.
Gracie begins casting family and friends in a proposed movie; Harry Morton;s father visits.
Ronnie goes on a date with a representative from his fan club.
Gracie becomes a mental giant following her visit to a hypnotist.
Gracie emerges from her session with a hypnotist with a new personality.
Gracie tries to help Ronnie's girlfriend get a movie role as a Japanese girl.
Gracie is a passenger in Harry's car when they become involved in a minor accident.
George and Gracie masquerade as the parents of one of Ronnie's schoolmates.
Gracie's plan to discover if a manicurist is a golddigger causes problems for Harry Von Zell.
Ronnie tries to find an apartment for a friend.
Gracie devises a scheme to help Ronnie get a scoop for the college newspaper.
George and Gracie are invited to a society party and Gracie decides to add the Mortons to the invitation list.
Gracie and Blanche wonder what their husbands are getting them for Christmas.
A department-store claims adjuster encounters Gracie.
Gracie employs a misery-loves-company plan to help out Ronnie's brooding friend.
Ronnie and Ralph help a candidate campaign for homecoming queen.
One of Ronnie's classmates' grades drop after Gracie convinces him to stop wearing glasses.
Ronnie accuses Ralph of girlfriend-stealing.
Ronnie brings his girlfriend home to meet his parents at the same time George has a witch doctor visiting.
Gracie is asked to help a college student pass an exam.
The Burns' widowed plumber is mistakenly accused of robbing the cradle.
Gracie pulls out all stops to impress the mother of Ronnie's girlfriend.
Gracie tries to turn a star-struck Texas girl into a sultry Italian.
Gracie hires four attractive models to try and make Ronnie lose his passion for girls.
Gracie helps two young people keep their marriage secret from the boy's father.
Gracie makes plans for Ronnie's 21st birthday.
George feigns back problems to avoid a fishing trip; Ronnie and Ralph may go to a Calypso party.
Gracie once again tries to help her widowed plumber find a wife.
Gracie wants George to go to Acapulco.
Blanche's mother (Bea Benaderet in a dual role) visits the Mortons.
Impressed with Gracie's scheming ability, a classmates of Ronnie's seeks her help with an embarrassing situation.
Ronnie and his pal, Ralph, plan a boat trip.
Ronnie makes a downpayment on an expensive cruiser boat.
A college friend of Ronnie's wants his sister out of show business.
Ronnie tells his fiancee that his romance with a shapely actress is only a publicity stunt.
When Gracie and Blanche complain their husbands aren't romantic enought, George schemes to teach them a lesson.
The plumber lets Gracie play Cupid for him.
The household is disrupted by Ronnie's early morning calls for a movie role.
Gracie befriends a stray poodle in Houston.
Gracie's scheme to keep one of Ronnie's USC classmates in school brings the gang to Houston.
Ronnie gets in trouble when Gracie has her plumber's four daughters staying at their house.
Gracie tells George she lost her engagement ring in the sink.
Gracie's error could cost George a fortune.
Gracie must get George out of the house so she can redecorate.
Gracie tries to start a fight with George to save their marriage.
A fortune teller predicts a windfall for George, so Gracie goes on a premature shopping spree.
Gracie visits a matrimonial bureau to seek help for bachelor Ronnie.
Gracie plans to trick George into a Palm Springs vacation by having a doctor advise the trip for George's health.
George takes an aptitude test to determine what career he should pursue outside of show business.
Gracie helps a plain coed get a date with Ronnie.
At the same time Gracie convinces George to take an interest in his hobbies, Ronnie takes up bullfighting.
George mistakenly evicts the guests of honor from a costume party.
Mistaken identity puts George in jail for Christmas.
George is a pawn in Gracie's scheme to convince Ronnie of the value of an education.
Gracie tries to find a date for a salegirl.
Ronnie's selling razors at a department store for the holidays, and Gracie thinks she should boost his sales.
Harry Von Zell tells George he is about to be married with hopes that he may get a raise.
Gracie concocts a wild tale of robbery when one of George's suits turns up missing.
Gracie uses Harry Morton's rare stamp to mail a letter.
Gracie wrongfully assumes that Ronnie is too bashful to ask a girl for a date.
Mrs. Sohmers wants to but a house in Pasadena; Ronnie undergoes a fraternity initiation.
A befuddled TV Guide reporter (John Hoyt) visits; Mrs. Sohmers wants to meet her favorite actor.
Gracie is named as third party in a love triangle.
Gracie tries to help when Ronnie must write a paper on his favorite Shakespearean play.
With his parents away, a benevolent Ronnie decides to share the house with some of his college friends.
Gracie and Blanche try to intercept a phone call at the hotel switchboard..
A psychiatrist (Dabbs Greer) meets his mental match in Gracie.
George tries to keep a party a secret from Gracie.
Gracie becomes a literary maven to qualify for membership in the Ladies Club.
Gracie suspects George has had a secret night out.
Gracie thinks Ronnie has joined the Foreign Legion after he is dumped by his French girlfriend.
Gracie wants to open a dress shop and sell the gowns she bought in Paris.
While in Paris, Gracie goes on a shopping spree for new clothes.
Gracie takes a dress to its designer in Paris for alterations.
Gracie turns the tables during a magic performance.
Gracie thinks Ronnie is getting married.
Ronnie takes a detour from his acting career by turning to burlesque in his quest for more experience.
To raise money for Ronnie's drama school, George stages a headliner vaudeville show.
Chaperoning proves exhausting for Gracie.
Gracie excludes George from her surprise party.
Gracie pretends to be a widow and claims Ronnie is her only means of support, while attempting to get Ronnie a part in a prominent playwright's new play.
Gracie is arrested for raiding flower beds in New York's Central Park.
Ronnie studies José Ferrer's readings of "Cyrano de Bergerac" as an example of fine acting.
Gracie is considered for membership in a snooty club.
Gracie disguises herself as an Eastern Princess to meet a Maharajah.
Gracie thinks George needs glasses and uses an unconventional method to see that he gets them.
Confirmed bachelor Harry Von Zell seeks help from Gracie when he learns an old girlfriend is coming to town.
Gracie hires a gigolo to demonstrate how much George neglects her.
Jack Benny visits; Ronnie has trouble with a theatrical agent.
In an effort to get closer to Ronnie, George decides he learn how to ski.
Gracie sells tickets for a dance but misleads the men into thinking they will escort an attractive salesgirl.
An overly-protective father discovers his daughter in Ronnie's arms.
Gracie pawns a diamond ring to help finance a play written by one of Ronnie's friends.
Gracie tries to make it possible for an elderly couple to have a second honeymoon.
Gracie thinks Ronnie is planning to elope with a beautiful salesgirl.
After helping Ronnie land a spot on a comedy show, George wants to shift him over to a dramatic part.
Gracie ruins her own anniversary dinner when she tries to help a couple resolve their marital differences.
Gracie substitutes for a teary-eyed waitress who is upset over on argument with her boyfriend.
Gracie acts like a beatnik to dissuade Ronnie from moving to Greenwich Village.
Songwriter Mack Gordon joins the group for George's singing and dancing rendition of "I Love Her, That's Why," a song Mack wrote especially for George and Gracie.
Gracie becomes a salesgirl in a bookstore to help the sales of George's book.
Ronnie has plans of changing his name when he becomes an actor much to the disappointment of Gracie.
George and Gracie are concerned when Ronnie begins dating a sophisticated, older woman.
Ronnie shocks his parents when he announces his plans to attend the Actors Studio for drama studies.
On a train trip to New York, Harry Von Zell plans a publicity photo with Gracie and an atomic scientist.
George, Gracie and the Mortons plan a vacation cruise to Hawaii.
Gracie unintentionally gives George the wrong directions to a barbecue.
George can't understand why Gracie pretends to have amnesia.
Gracie gets Harry Von Zell in trouble when she tries to help a French woman extend her visa.
After discovering an old vaudeville photo, Gracie believes George is an ex-convict.
George misunderstands when he hears Gracie talking with a divorce lawyer.
Gracie attempts to understand how a Geiger counter operates before she embarks on a trip to a uranium mine.
Gracie invites several people along on George's business appointment.
Impressed by his talent for imitating movie stars, Gracie invites a delivery man to appear with her and George at a benefit.
George and Gracie argue when she insists on having the house painted.
Marital mix-up results when Gracie approaches a counselor about a friend's unintended bigamy.
Gracie buys George a wall safe and locks the paper with the combination on it inside.
Gracie is outraged when a judge won't fix a parking ticket for her.
Gracie's mapping out the future when she interviews candidates to decide who will be the next Mrs. George Burns.
The Burns' guest room becomes a temporary doghouse when Gracie hides a Great Dane puppy for Joey.
Gracie gets George involved in the blossoming romance of two young people.
Gracie rescues Harry Morton from a husband-seeking countess.
A trombone player with a sad story manages to get $50 from George.
Wanting to help George learn about art, Gracie visits a museum, where she learns just enough to offer mixed-up information.
George faces troubles with disappearing baby pictures, a bald-headed lawyer and a missing five dollar bill.
Gracie applies for a job in an aircraft factory.
Gracie frees a caged bird that George agreed to keep for a vacationing neighbor.
Gracie hires a valet to help George with his personal matters.
When two of her friends leave their husbands, Gracie invites them to move into her guest room.
The Mortons and Bagleys want to attend a Friar's Club testimonial dinner for George and Gracie.
George pretends he has a sprained ankle to avoid participating in a publicity stunt.
George invites his mother-in-law for a visit when he senses that Gracie is upset.
Gracie mistakenly believes Bob Cummings has fallen in love with her.
Gracie causes confusion at a banquet for Harry's college alumni association.
Gracie doesn't get the last name and phone number of the person who called George.
George tries to get out of attending a concert by getting Gracie involved with a jigsaw puzzle.
Gracie believes Blanche is trying to hide the fact that she's meeting another man.
Gracie fears Mrs. Vanderlip is accomplice to a shoplifter when a clip pin is stolen.
Gracie begins packing when she gets the impression that they are moving to New York.
Harry Von Zell, Harry Morton and the mailman are puzzled when they see George's car with the motor running and no one in it.
Gracie applies for a drivers license.
Gracie gives the postman's daughter a baby shower.
Gracie repays a friend by arranging a wedding party for the friend's daughter.
Gracie disrupts a "Do It Yourself" exhibition.
George invites two reporters to his home to view his show's season premiere.
Gracie innocently sets off a chain of rumors about George's gambling success.
Gracie arranges a residence exchange between the Mortons and friends who are visiting from New York.
George gives Gracie a lead on buying a new toaster at discount, and she in turn develops a unique plan to pay for it.
A night out with the Mortons turns into a frantic search for a movie none of them has already seen.
In an attempt to clean up city hall, Gracie decides to run for political office.
Gracie makes plans for the marriage of her banker's daughter.
Gracie concocts a scheme when a fortune teller assures her it is a good day for George to do business.
Gracie becomes convinced that Harry has only one week to live.
George decides a long rest will heighten his chances for passing an insurance physical.
A mislaid package causes Gracie to think that George bought her a gift for an occasion she can't remember.
Gracie thinks that Mr. Vanderlip is having an affair with a young lady.
Gracie thinks George and his former vaudeville partner are rekindling an old romance.
George has to explain his sudden black eye.
No one believes Gracie when she explains the dent in her car's fender.
Everyone wants a part when word gets out that a movie studio is making a film about George and Gracie.
Gracie has a brainstorm and decides that George should enroll at U.C.L.A.
Gracie helps boost George's confidence when her former boyfriend, a basketball coach, visits.
Gracie consults a psychiatrist to help Blanche understand her dream.
Harry Morton's disappearance sends Gracie, George and Blanche into a mysterious maze.
Gracie and George go to a performance of "Carmen."
Using a pseudonym, Blanche writes a fan letter to a depressed George.
After Gracie misses answering a radio quiz question, she still tries to win the television offered as a prize.
The fire department ends up on the scene when Gracie decides to sell the car.
A magazine article prompts Gracie to try to uncover George's secret vice.
Gracie tries to help an auto mechanic with his women troubles.
Gracie begins making sightseeing plans when she finds George reading a play that will open in London.
Gracie's Uncle Harvey invents a plant-food solution with an amazing effect.
Gracie thinks George is going to buy her a plane for their wedding anniversary.
When a wardrobe lady has a problem, Gracie tries to help her.
As she's getting ready to attend a movie premiere with George, Gracie remembers that she gave the tickets away.
Gracie thinks George is planning to retire so she trades their home for a mountain cabin.
Gracie and Blanche's plan to visit San Franciso causes George and Harry to plan some harmless fun of their own.
A simple request by Harry Von Zell to borrow $50 convinces Gracie that he's broke.
Gracie, a widow, and a treasured raccoon coat, spell trouble for Harry Von Zell.
After George accuses her a spending too much money, Gracie visits a financial advisor.
Gracie urges George to get mad at Harry Morton.
George's lecture to Gracie on the importance of safety only makes her think that he's angry with her.
George wants Gracie to get out of jury duty.
Gracie tries to convince one of Harry's clients that Harry is a playboy.
Harry Morton buys an iron deer, thinking it will add dignity to his front lawn.
Gracie's fall in a department store leads to a misunderstanding.
Gracie locks the Mortons -- and the Burnses -- out of their homes.
Gracie must testify against a bank robber (Sheldon Leonard); George plans to sing at a dinner for Ronald Reagan.
A vacation trip to New York hits a snag when Gracie wants the Mortons to join them.
Gracie misinterprets the message in an old telegram.
Gracie unknowingly offers lodging to two burglars.
Gracie answers the Mortons' phone and thinks someone is tossing a surprise party for George.
When ravenous Harry Morton misses lunch, Gracie reports him missing.
George appears as a guest speaker at UCLA.
Harry Von Zell's college sweetheart plans to drop by for a visit.
Gracie tries to be a good Samaritan to her new cleaning woman.
Gracie takes Spanish lessons to improve her IQ.
Blanche hides her recently purchased mink stole in the Burns' home.
Von Zell's negotiations to buy a cabin lead Gracie to think that George is the interested party.
Gracie tries to help a college boy further a romance by posing as his mother.
Gracie starts the police department on a wild goose chase when she reports that a car has been stolen.
Gracie schemes to get George into the U.S. Army.
Gracie wants to buy George a ranch; George schemes to put an end to her idea.
Gracie thinks she hears a burglar during the night and alarms the neighborhood.
Gracie throws an auction party to help Harry Morton sell some swamp land.
Harry Von Zell mistakenly tells Gracie that he could save on his income tax if he had a wife and three children.
Gracie turns a quiet train upside down.
Gracie becomes suspicious when she hears that a man named George generously tipped a cigarette girl.
Gracie gets a tax refund in the mail and invites L.A. mayor Fletcher Bowron to the house for dinner to discuss it.
Jack Benny must convince Gracie her marriage to George is legal.
Gracie tries to sour the deal when she learns the Mortons are considering trading houses with another couple.
Gracie becomes convinced that Harry Morton has fallen in love with her.
Gracie's freeloading uncle comes for an extended visit.
Gracie tries to make things right after Harry Von Zell dates a married woman.
Gracie misinterprets George's actions and fears he wants to end his own life.
Gracie writes a magazine story claiming that George once beat up a gangster.
Gracie tries to help the Mortons, who can't sell their swamp.
George and Gracie's vaudeville friends, the Pearsons, come for a visit.
In an effort to get George to sponsor the ballet, Gracie hires two dancers as a butler and maid.
The girls hire gigolos when George and Harry Morton refuse to take them nightclubbing.
Gracie hires an artist to paint a portrait of George for a surprise birthday gift.
Gracie asks Harry Von Zell to buy a boat for George.
George practices sneezing for a TV role, and Gracie winds up at the doctor's office when she picks up the habit.
Gracie throws an elaborate dinner party for a French physicist.
Gracie plays matchmaker for her wardrobe woman and Harry Von Zell, not realizing the woman is happily married.
Jack steals a joke from George while playing a benefit.
It's Harry's birthday, and when the people at work call to tell Blanche about their plans for a surprise party, Gracie is at the house and she picks up the phone instead.
Gracie forgets to pay the loan on the Uplift Society clubhouse.
George and Gracie play host to three girls; Gracie interviews the school's principal; George writes a speech.
Gracie and Blanche get carried away after reading a diet book, and serve their husbands nothing but vegetables.
George and Gracie have a house guest; dancing demonstrations.
An accountant (Joseph Kearns) copes with Gracie's creative tax records; a visit from the neighborhood baker.
Gracie can't remember why the date is circled on her calendar, so she assumes she's supposed to host a party.
Before the Mortons and Burnses go to a party, Gracie hires an Arthur Murray dance instructor to teach George and Harry how to dance.
Gracie tries to surprise George; Gracie tells George about her Christmases as a child.
George's banker tries to cancel Gracie's checking account; Gracie has a run-in with a traffic cop.
Blanche believes Harry's secretary is a beautiful woman; George and Gracie have a dinner party.
A real-estate tax man speaks with Gracie; Gracie thinks she dented George's car.
Reaction to the first episode; Gracie decides to become a painter after visiting a museum; Fosse and Niles perform.
A salesman tries to sell books to Gracie; George and Harry try to get out of taking their wives to the movies.