George and Martha
Martha joins the Happy Palms Garden Club, not realising that her humble garden will be judged in the club's annual competition. George's new loafers are killing his feet, but he's too vain to admit it.
When Oscar and Wilde go away overnight, they ask George and Martha to take care of their darling dog Baby Doll. With Martha's encouragement, George discovers he has an unexpected talent for acting.
George is convinced he's a natural born comedian. George and Martha have the amazing good fortune of winning a state-of-the-art television set at a raffle. It's only when they try to figure out how to share their prize that they run out of luck.
A simple failure to communicate escalates into a major war of snub and counter-snub. George is starting a secret club and inviting all of his friends and to join -all, that is, except Martha.
Martha takes up hypnotism and manages to convince George that he's a goose. George loves to eat sweets, but Martha worries that her friend is gobbling up too many for his own good.
When George catches cold Martha gives her all to nurse her best friend back to health. George has promised to take Martha on an exciting wilderness camping trip, only the wilderness he has in mind is her own back yard.
George volunteers to read stories to the local schoolchildren and learns that he will have to read in front of his former teacher. Martha decides that George's furniture is out of date and enlists all of their friends to redecorate his house.
George has a chance to win the club's doubles badminton championship by teaming up with the former national champion. Martha takes on an obnoxious miniature golf pro who will stop at nothing to beat her.
Hal Onwiels, George and Martha square off against each other in a no-holds-barred race. Martha decides to spend a peaceful day away from George at an all-girl spa.
Oscar and Wilde are having a spat and George and Martha want to help them patch things up. When George wins the opportunity to become a real Happy Palms policeman for a day he learns that there's more to the job than eating donuts.
George is convinced that space aliens have invaded his bedroom. Martha's flamboyant cousin Mimi comes for a visit and tries to takes over every aspect of her life.
John B. Carls
Clive A. Smith
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