Louise wants George to donate blood and he says he will, but pays Ralph to donate in his name. Later Whittendale shows up claiming that because of George his wife was able to have a transfusion. He is willing to give George whatever he wants and George wants a Rolls Royce. But when Ralph learns of this he tries to get his piece of the pie.
A snobby socialites' bragging to Louise about how her grandson will win a piano recital. Prompting Louise to enter Jessica in the recital as well, in an effort to get even for another past event between the two ladies.
Florence enters poem-writing contest for her dream man, soap opera "star" Kent Tobin. When she learns the Jeffersons and the Willises are attending an event that evening in which Tobin will appear, she begs to go. Alone at home, she dreams.
When the minister at Florence's church says that one of the church's projects due to lack of funds will have to be discontinued. Florence then gives him the money she got from an IRS refund. Later the man disappears. When it's obvious he ran off with the money, Florence begins to question her faith. So everyone tries to console her. But when no one can. Louise decides to call the church's previous minster to talk to her. He finds her and convinces not to lose her faith. She comes home and when Louise tries to talk she tells her thank you for calling the minister he ...
After catching vandals trying to break into his store, George and Louise decide to stake it out. They are surprised when two young kids break in. George wants to call the police but Louise doesn't. Louise bets George that if she can't turn them around, he won't have to give her $2000 to save the Help Center's children's counseling program.
Florence agrees to be nerdy Clark's date at the high school dance since he can find no one else. In the meantime, the dashing teacher, Mr. Harris, is also coming to the dance but Florence doesn't seem to read him very well.
Charlie's bar is just breaking even and when he needs to go out to Florida, Louise seizes the opportunity to disprove George's assertion women don't have business minds. She plans to put the bar in the black with a biker gang private party.
Tom's hopes of being promoted from VP to Prez at the publishing company when the position becomes open are dashed when a rival gets the job. But there's more going on behind the scenes and George rallies to support Tom to keep his hopes up.
When George's main competitor Cunningham dies, his widow begs for his help fearing the company will now fail leaving her without an income. But everyone else finds her intentions suspect and thinks George is too trusting.
The Help Center gets their funding cut and all their recent fund raising events have failed. A local TV talent hosts a talent show with the top prize being free TV time to promote their cause. George also enters so he can promote cleaners.
George - coveting a Dry Cleaner of the Year Award, and to fulfill the community service portion of the award - becomes "nest mother" of Jessica's Red Robins troop, which is in the midst of its candy sale campaign. George gives the troop members some bad advice on how to sell the candy and really rake in the dough.