Lacemaker Gina is unnerved by terrifying flashbacks to her days in a Nazi concentration camp. Charlie is baffled by her mood swings. Meanwhile, saved items hold treasured memories for her grandmother, who doesn't want to impose when she's asked to move in with Abe and Gloria.
Television seems to be the wave of the future, which could signal the end of Ginger and Jeff's radio show. A local sportswriter receives kudos after Judy ghostwrites his column on the Indians. Suspicions of infidelity lurk at the Sloan home.
After a chat with Ruth, Gina refuses Charlie's marriage proposal because she wants her baby, Emma, to grow up in a Jewish home with a Jewish father who knows all the customs. After imagining what life would be like if the Sloans were their housekeepers, Abe and Gloria decide to quit their job with the Sloans and focus on their café, where a cop's visits are driving Gloria crazy. Jeff tries to hide his jealousy when Arthur starts to make appearances on "Fine Foods Family Hour" with Ginger.
Jeff is surprised when Coach Zelnick offers him a second chance to try out for the team, not knowing who put him up to it. Ginger finalizes her wedding plans. Al decides to go back east to find work since no one want to hire him. Charlie realises that it's going to be harder than he thought to convert to Judaism. Mike and Ruth decide to divorce.