(1960–1962)

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Season 2

7 Oct. 1961
No Exit
Pat Garrison falls hard for Mona Fenton, the daughter of a powerful local politician. Mona, however, prefers the attention of gangland boss Hank Merriman.
 
14 Oct. 1961
Kitty Goes West
Kitty O'Moyne, an Irish immigrant just arriving in the US, is so eager to get a look at her new homeland that she accidentally falls overboard into the harbor. Tim McCool dives in and rescues her, and she winds up falling in love with him. The only problem is that Tim is mixed up with local gangsters.
 
21 Oct. 1961
Nobody's Millions
Newsman Jim "Duke" Williams sees a chance to get a "story' by trying to convince an amnesia victim that she's actually the heir to a huge fortune.
 
28 Oct. 1961
Standing Room Only
Sheldon Farrington, a Broadway producer, has been running into a streak of bad luck at the racetrack and has lost a bundle. To cover his losses, he comes up with the idea of selling a percentage of his latest show to investors. Sheldon's bad luck gets even worse when one of those investors turns out to be the shady Max Winslow.
 
4 Nov. 1961
Another Time, Another War
WW I vet Ace Johnson has fallen on hard times and needs money, so when a chance to buy a hijacked liquor truck from gangster Dutch Miller comes up, he takes it. His bad luck turns worse when he winds up charged with the murder of the truck's original owner.
 
11 Nov. 1961
Everybody Loves Benny
Looking for a scoop, Pat moves in with Benny Lester, who's had a contract put out on his life by the mob.
 
18 Nov. 1961
The Duke on the Bum
In order to gather enough information on a local gangster to put him away, Duke goes undercover as a Bowery derelict.
 
25 Nov. 1961
Pinky Goes to College
Pinkky unwittingly witnesses a gangland killing, and the killers are after her. To keep her out of harm's way, Duke comes up with a plan to hide her by enrolling her as a student in the local college--as a boy.
 
2 Dec. 1961
So's Your Old Man
Bookie Mitch Mitchell has a reputation as one of the toughest men in New York City, but Pinky believes that there's some good hidden deep inside him someplace. She enlists the help of his son Andy and the Boy Scouts to bring out Mitch's good side.
 
9 Dec. 1961
Asparagus Tips
Duke finds a "foolproof" system to win at the track and prints it in his column, an action that does not please the local bookmakers, who stand to lose a fortune if this system works.
 
16 Dec. 1961
Blondes Prefer Gentlemen
Bootlegger Jack Bennett gets into a fight with his girlfriend, Colleen McCullough, and she hits her head on a heater and dies. Pinky witnessed the fight and knows it was an accident, but Bennett isn't taking any chances on leaving loose ends and has Pinky kidnapped.
 
6 Jan. 1962
You Can't Fight City Hall
The theft of a three-cent newspaper and Pinky's determination to show an immigrant newsboy how democracy works results in her upsetting the entire New York City political system.
 
13 Jan. 1962
Footlights
A burlesque comic holds a theater owner responsible for the death of his girlfriend. He sees a chance for revenge by getting the owner's daughter a part in a new play opening on Broadway, fully aware that the strong-willed man is fanatically opposed to his daughter's desire to become an actress.
 
20 Jan. 1962
The People People Marry
Copy boy Chris Higbee finally gets his big break when he's given the temporary job of taking over the paper's "advice to the lovelorn" column. As things turn out, he may be needing someone to give him advice on that particular subject.
 

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