Everyone leaves campus on Sunday. Mrs. G's Sunday plans to visit her family are spoiled when her son-in-law's mother becomes ill. She wanders the campus looking for someone to share her Sunday leg of lamb.
Sarah Green, a 62 year old matron, returns to college to become more educated and sociable. She's about to flunk chemistry, though, taught by nasty Peter Lorre, who urges her to drop out, but her advisor Cedric Hardwicke bucks her up and encourages her to give it the old college try.
Maxine is considering selling the boarding house to a developer to pay off all her bills. It will put all the students out, and Mrs. G. will not have a place to go. So, Mrs. G. invests her savings in half ownership of the campus boarding house.
Due to shortage of funds to run the boarding house, Mrs. G. Decides to raise money by serving Sunday Dinner. Many students do not want to attend because of a certain boarder. How will Mrs. G. Get over this hurdle?