David reluctantly signs a letter of recommendation which Wally has written for himself but that David doesn't have time to read. Later Wally uses the letter to land a job with one of David's biggest clients.
A pair of neighborhood boys ask Ozzie to hold their jar of pennies for safekeeping. Ozzie invites his friends over for a poker game and, strapped for funds, borrows the kids' change as a gambling stake, not realizing that the coins were part of a valuable collection.
Ozzie gets a so-so score on Harriet's marital quiz. He begins to wonder whether he has run out of things to say to her. Darby eventually helps to put everything into perspective for his anxious friend.
As part of a publicity stunt, Rick's college frat house allows Bubbles La Tassle, an exotic dancer from the Zimbo Zambo Club, to pose as their housemother, but when she spends the night, they worry the dean will find out and expel them from school.
While Mr. Kelley is out of town and unreachable, a woman visits the law office to arrange a transfer of $20,000 to a relative in Mexico City. Rick becomes suspicious that she may be impersonating the real client, so he schemes to find out the truth.
One of Rick's high school girl friends, now engaged, returns a landscape of their favorite picnic grounds he painted for her years ago. Rick wants to hang the picture in their living room, but his wife is somewhat jealous since he's never done anything artistic for her. In order for both members of the family to save face, Rick convinces Wally agrees to break into the Nelson's house and steal the picture.