Once again, an over-used story line is used. This time, it's Millie's Uncle Burt and Mr. Beauchamp's cousin, Mrs. B. The story begins when Frank wants to take the girls for a ride in the country. Uncle Burt has been there for a week. He doesn't seem to want to do anything, and the girls wait on him hand and foot. Meanwhile Mr. Beauchamp's cousin from America is coming to live with him. Ms. B is a helpful person, much like Millie. She causes some damage to the airplane trying to help a fellow passenger and then the stewardesses. She then tries to help Mr. Beauchump's secretary. Maggie thinks maybe Burt and Ms. B might get along. Burt likes to be helped, and Ms. B likes to help people. Beachump isn't sure about the idea until his secretary complains about his cousin's helpfulness. Beauchamp agrees to arrange a meeting. Ms. B tries to help Burt play solitaire, but in the end he complains that she's too old for him. The girls get Beauchump to pay for his cousin to have a make-over. Later, they talk Burt into going out to a fancy place for dancing and dining. When Ms. B walks in, he doesn't recognize her at first, but soon falls in love. If you've seen "Petticoat Junction" and "Bridget Loves Bernie", then you know what's going to happen.
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