Ronnie's in love with Yvette; Harry von Zell's in love with the stewardess; and Gracie's in love with the two dozen dresses that she's flying with back to New York.
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This episode's vaudeville Afterpiece is titled "The Backyard Circus." See more
The French waiter doesn't understand when the 2 women order ham and eggs in English. When one of them starts making animal sounds, all of a sudden the waiter gets it. There's only one problem with that: her onomatopeia are still in English! Whereas pigs go "oink" in USA, in France they squeal either "hui-hui" or "groin-groin". Equally, there is no "cock-a-doodle-doo" in France. Chickens go "cocorico!", so the waiter would no more have understood American animal sounds than he would have standard English: it is all foreign to French people. See more
[Gracie plans to open a dress shop
You see, my husband is putting up the money, but nobody must know about it.
Not even me?
Not even him!
Gracie means her husband is a silent partner.
Yeah, you see, the less he knows, the more silent he'll be!