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Margie tries to help Vern out with a Yoga client but he objects
Margie wants to help Vern out with a client who is a Yoga instructor. She reads his book and tries to understand what makes him tick. Vern objects to her helping out because she always gets him into trouble. She wants him to do a lecture for her. She gets Roberta to help her. She gets him to stay, but Vern ends up finding out he is staying and he hunts him down to talk business. Margie is having lunch with him under another name and she must hide from him. She keeps running to the phone and calling them out of the room to stay separated. It finally falls apart and she has to confess.
My Little Margie: The Newlyweds (1953)
Margie gives advice to Newlyweds and it backfires
Margie wants to meet the Newlyweds that just moved in. She tries to give them advice as Roberta tries to stop her. They end up getting into a fight because he had seen an old girlfriend earlier that day. Vern tries to go over and help out after the husband leaves. He returns and thinks Vern is moving in on her. They fight again. They end up turning the tables on Margie and Vern, but realize they need to get along and trust each other. Rather average episode. Too much yelling and screaming by the newlyweds.
My Little Margie: They Also Serve (1953)
Vern gets vacation but must impress client while he is there
Honeywell gives Vern a vacation, but wants him to be available for a client. He is allowed to take Margie along. Vern messes up the hotel reservations. Margie convinces him to join her in getting a job as a butler and maid. He objects, but agrees. Margie and the man's son get romantic. Their client shows up at the house to stay. Vern tells Margie to get Honeywell, because he won't be able to explain being a butler. Honeywell shows up and is confused totally about the situation. They find out about Vern and Margie, but the clients wife steps in to defend them and all is well.
My Little Margie: The Golf Game (1953)
Margie pressures Freddie to play golf with one of Vern's clients
Margie wants Freddie to play golf with one of Vern's clients to impress him and get him a job. He refuses because he tells her he is not that good at golf. Margie sets it up for a dog to move his golf balls close to the hole to give him confidence. He ends up given a job by Honeywell. But Vern expects to be fired. Margie decides to have the dog help him out. She does not know Honeywell has told Vern that they must play a bad game and make the client and Freddie look good. It makes Honeywell upset with Vern. Margie tries to step in and gets caught and explains what she did. The client goes away mad, but returns the next day to ask her to help him in golf with the dog's help.
My Little Margie: Buried Treasure (1953)
Vern takes Margie on vacation. She looks for buried treasure
Margie is upset after Vern takes her on a vacation to an old broken down house that is not very close to the ocean. She wants to leave. The mailman tells her of a story about two robbers that lived in the house and rumor has it they left the loot at the house. Vern plants a treasure map to keep her interest. She digs up the yard looking for it. Vern plant some money and she finds it. She gets Mr. Todd to become a partner with her. The robbers return and keep an eye on her. They break in the house to hold them and get the loot. Mr. Todd runs in and has found it. They give to them. Margie ends up catching them in a big net on the ceiling.
My Little Margie: Stock Control (1953)
Reynolds and Parrot hire Freddie. They are the rival of Vern's company
Freddie is hired by the biggest competitor of Vern's company. Vern and Honeywell want to buy some hot stocks. They don't know Margie has 100 shares. The other company gets Freddie to buy them. Margie catches on to what's going on after ?Vern offers her money as well. She holds out on both of them. She ends up going with Vern and she gets a car out of it.
Vern believes he should be President of his firm. Margie sets out to help. He gets worried
Vern feels like he should be President of his company. Margie gets all worked up and wants to help. He gets worried and make her promise not to do anything. Margie goes down to see Mr. Todd, one of the heads of the company. He believes he should keep him in his position so he will keep trying hard to make it. Margie gets Freddie to help even though he objects he helps. He calls Vern acting like he is the competitor offering Vern the position of President. Vern goes over to accept after leaving hid old job. He makes a fool of himself. He ends up back at his old job, but Margie intervenes and almost gets him fired again. They go along with her scheme to teach her a lesson.
My Little Margie: Trapped Freddie (1953)
Margie must not see Freddie for a while to get a convertible
Freddie brings home Margie really late and Vern is upset. He tells her she can't see Freddie for 1 month or no new convertible. Freddie shows up and she has to hide him all over the flat. He ends up in the bathroom and under Vern's bed. He falls asleep in the shower and Vern finds him snoring. He lays him in his bed to go get Margie and Roberta. They switch Willie with Freddie and his evidence is gone when he pulls down the sheets.
My Little Margie: Homely Margie (1953)
Freddie helps Vern retouch Margie's photo to make her homely to keep a client away from her
Freddie has the idea to re-touch a photo of Margie to make her look homely. They want to make her unattractive looking to a new client. He ends up having dinner at their home and Vern must bribe Margie to make herself homely. He offers to let her Christen a ship. She is exited, but then realizes she must keep her same homely look. She invents her cousin Carolyn to take her place. She shows him a picture of her so she can go as Carolyn. The client invites homely friend to date homely Margie. Both want to take each one to the Christening. Finally Vern tells the client what they did. Margie makes Freddie dress up like homely Margie so they can both go.
My Little Margie: Cry Wolf (1953)
Margie hires a man to spread the news she is dating a wolf so he will take her on a trip to Mexico
Margie is upset that Vern will not let her go on a trip to Mexico. So she hires a press man to spread the rumor that she is going out with Tex Malloy. He is created to worry Vern so he will take her to Mexico. Vern finds out about it later and hires the same man to produce a real Tex Malloy. He arrives and Vern and him have fun with making her go crazy. He ends up picking her up and taking and walking out. Then the real Tex Malloy actor shows up for a final joke.
My Little Margie: Hypochondriac (1953)
Margie tries to out do a Hypochondriac to go to a trip to France
Margie tries to get a hypochondriac to stop thinking about his health so he will go into business with Vern and company. She pretends to be in bad health too. She does it so well that he falls for her and does not need the business to forget about his health. Margie now must carry on faking it so he won't find out what she did. Vern walks in as she is faking her illness. He ends up finding out and turns the tables on her by acting like she is going to a sanitarium. It's actually a ticket to France. Now that he has been cured by her, he asks to keep seeing her.
Honeywell sends Vern and Margie to buy some new stocks from Hillibillies!
Mr. Honeywell promises a promotion to Vern if he buys some important stocks from some hillbillies who won't sell to anyone. Margie and Vern dress up as hillbillies. They arrive and try to fit in and get the stocks. They want them to shoot a couple of their neighbors they are feuding with. They take off. Apparently they made a good enough impression. They write and say they are going to visit. Margie and Vern dress up again. Honeywell and the man who want the stocks show up and join in the dancing and drinking. They end up with the stocks.
My Little Margie: Hollywood Trip (1953)
Margie goes to Hollywood to be discovered
Margie wants to go to Hollywood with Vern on a business trip. He won't let her go. She talks him into going with Mrs Odette. They visit the studio and Margie dresses up in a high wire sexy outfit that shows off her sexy legs and Mrs Odette dresses as a clown. Things go wrong as she messes up the meet with a director looking for a new face. Next day Vern sets up with the producer to get the acting bug outta Margie by doing bad things to her during the scene. She finds out later on and gets her revenge.
Margie gets caught up with 2 men in the service
Mrs. Odette has been writing letters to a man in the service and sending Margie's picture. Now he wants to meet her and Mrs Odette has to tell Margie and she is upset. She agrees to do it and then another man from the service shows up and she has the two wanting her. Vern helps her out by telling her to invite them to dinner and then she makes some horrible food to drive them away. She treats Vern like dirt as part of the plan and Freddie shows up with kids and acts like she ditched him and the kids. The plan works and they leave. She feels bad because she really liked the one man. He ends up returning the next day and they get together and are happy. Freddie is upset because he wants Margie too.
My Little Margie: The Indians (1953)
Vern hires an actor to keep Margie away from his real client
Vern hires an actor to impersonate a client of his so she won't interfere with his client. The real client bumps into Margie and finds out what is going on. The actor tells the real client he wants to see real indians. Margie then finds out what Vern did. She then gets them all to dress like indians. Even Roberta and Mrs. Odette join in. The real client also joins in without being recognized by Vern. Margie has Freddie call the police to get Vern and Honeywell. They all end up arrested.
My Little Margie: Motorcycle Cop (1953)
Margie bumps heads with a motorcycle cop after he gives her a ticket
Margie gets a ticket from a motorcycle cop. She argues she was going the speed limit. He ends up asking her for a date. She refuses then decides to turn the tables on him. She accepts the date and then makes a citizens arrest after he is speeding. He is in trouble with his boss and she backs on the charge because she does really like him. There is a final showdown in the police station where Margie dresses up as a cop to get his speedometer checked on his bike. She is caught in a funny situation when she does training drills.
My Little Margie: New Neighbors (1953)
Margie and Vern have a battle with a new neighbor
Mr. Honeywell arranges to have an important client stay in an apartment right above Vern and Margie. He makes a lot of noise one say and he and Margie argue on the phone. Vern comes home later and tries to tell her it's not that bad. He then has an argument with him. They decide to make a lot of noise to pay him back. The next day Margie meets the man in Honeywell's office. They become friends and walk home. Margie finds out who he is and acts like she lives with Mrs. Odette. She goes up to his apartment as Vern continues the war with the noise. Margie tells him to stop and explains. he client comes down and finds out who Vern is. He decides to let it drop if he can date Margie. They agree to end the noise war.
My Little Margie: Who's Married? (1953)
Margie gets Freddie a job by acting like she is married to him
Freddie loses another job and Vern demands Margie not see him until he holds a job for 3 months. She takes him to get a job from a client of Vern's. Turns out he only hires people who are married. Margie acts like she is his wife. Vern thinks it's for real and starts treating Freddie like a son in law. Freddie thinks it's too good to be true. They go to Mrs. Odette for the gossip in their building. She tells them Vern and Roberta are married. So now they both think the other is married. They finally find out each one is not married when Margie sets up a nursery in their apartment and the truth comes out. Freddie runs for his life as Vern is very upset with the situation.
My Little Margie: Blonde Margie (1952)
Margie threatens to marry Freddie and Vern steps in to get Freddie another girl
Vern and Margie argue about Freddie and she says she will marry him. Vern is going out of town and is worried. He works it out with Honeywell to keep him busy with a client. Margie finds out and locks the woman in the closet and takes her place. She fools Freddie too until she loses her wig. He explains to her about Margie being his only girl until she sees she lost her wig and she knocks him out. Honeywell and Vern show up as the woman gets out of the closet. Her boyfriend shows up, knocks out Vern and Honeywell. Margie is mad at Freddie until he takes charge and kisses her and all is forgiven.
My Little Margie: Missing Link (1952)
Margie needs money fast and creates a story about the missing link
Margie invests in a guy who turns out to be a wrestler. She first invents that he is the missing link. Later he gets to like Margie and he won't allow people to talk mean to her or kiss her. His weak point is when people tell him sob stories ans he feels sorry for them. He ends up wrestling to make Margie her money. Vern tells the other wrestler a sob story so he can win. Margie finds out and kisses the other wrestler and he throws him outta the ring on to Vern.
Freddie invites Margie and Vern to a vacation to Florida
Freddie invites Margie to Florida. She wants to take Vern too. Freddie agrees. Vern objects to the idea. Margie gets Honeywell to help her out. Margie puts lead in Vern's shoes and they try other things to make him tired. He finds out and makes out that he thinks he is young and in college playing football in the living room. Margie and Freddie think he has lost it. Honeywell and his client walk in and think he has lost it. Margie and Vern have to explain. A final scene has Margie explaining this to a shrink doctor. They take her away to an observation room because they think she is crazy. Funny ending to a great episode.
My Little Margie: Margie's Career (1952)
Margie wants a singing career at a night club
Margie gets a job at a night club where some shady characters hang out. Vern and Freddie work out a plan to send a friend down to act like a gangster. It works until a real gangster moves in on Margie. She calls dad and he thinking it's Freddie's friend, comes down to have it out with him. Margie lets it be known a gangster she knows is coming. Vern comes in swinging and beats the guy up. Freddie comes in to tell Vern it's the real gangster. They all make a getaway. This episode really works well and is very entertaining.
Margie dresses conservatively to impress Vern's client and grandson
A rather average episode of Margie. Vern has a client who like people who dress on the conservative side. He has Margie dress this way to impress her and her grasndson. The grandson starts to court her. Then he meets Margie the way she really is and he falls for her the way she is. I've never cared for this story. They make these people look totally boring and uninteresting just for laughs. Still Margie always makes it worth a watch. She looks good either way.
My Little Margie: Vern's Chums (1952)
Vern meets up with old chums from Vaudeville
Vern meets some chums from Vaudeville. He decides to get them to help him convince Freddie's parents that Freddie is not the one for Margie. He gets them to do their old routines. Vern joins in. It backfires because Freddie's mother used to perform in Vaudeville and she loves it. Also his dad taken to it as well with his new business. Everyone ends up happy.
My Little Margie: The Contract (1952)
Margie and Vern get stuck with extra dates
Margie and Vern both find out they have an extra date for a dinner at their home. Margie has Freddie and another man and Vern has Roberta and a female client. Margie and Vern work out a system where Mrs. Odette wil ring thr door bell and ring the phone to get them out of the room, so they can go back and forth between their dates, It works for awhile and then everyone finds out about it. Everything ends up working out. Margie wears an attractive swimsuit at the beginning of the episode. She has great legs and the luckily we get quite a few episodes that show them.