Schutzy takes a job working at a rocket factory in order to meet eligible bachelors and is promptly harassed by Steve, a muscle-bound co-worker, who makes unwanted advances. Meanwhile, the woman Bob hires to replace her turns out to be a stereotypical bubble-headed blonde incapable of performing the simplest of office tasks. Neither Bob nor Schutzie wants to admit that they've made employment mistakes for fear of hurting the others feelings.
Instead of a planned bowling night with Harvey, Bob sets his sights on a gorgeous real estate agent . He tries to ply her with wine, but he gets drunk instead. When he wakes up the next morning, he finds that he's inadvertently put the house up for sale, and prospective buyers are already looking the place over.
Because Bob believes Harvey and his son are too subservient to women, Bob invites them for a night with Paul and him at which Harvey becomes overbearing when he is assigned to be the officer in a role play activity.
90-year-old grandpa becomes angry with the Air Force because he is rejected by the service for being too old and so declares war on the Air Force using an antique aircraft to drop homemade munitions on Air Force bases.
Margaret wants Bob to promote Chuck's first rock 'n' roll record. Bob balks at the idea, until George Burns convinces him that there's a lot of money to be made with a hit single. So, Bob butters up radio disc jockey, Fred Beck, hoping Beck will break the record over the airwaves.
Margaret is furious that Bob is teaching Chuck to be an undisciplined playboy like he is, so she retaliates by going out with a paid escort, and leaving Bob stranded with his latest girlfriend at home without a morsel of food anywhere, and not a cent in his pocket.
Mamie Van Doren wants to get some experience as a secretary for an upcoming film role, so her friend Schultzy agrees to let her help around the office. In order to keep Bob from harassing her, Schultzy helps Mamie become much less glamorous.