When a handsome truck driver is turned down for a loan, she convinces him to enter a Robert Goulet look-a-like contest in order to win the needed cash.
Mr. Mooney orders Lucy to dress up as an elderly woman and escort the aging bank president to the annual banquet. The old man would rather chase Lucy around his living room.
Lucy tries to convince Jack Benny to take his money from his underground vault and deposit it in Mr. Mooney's bank. She plans to do so by designing even more elaborate precautions than Benny's own booby-trapped passages.
A young man wants a career in the music industry, but his uncle insists he learn the banking business. Lucy arranges for an impromptu audition with a record producer in the bank's lobby.
A European movie company fronted by a famous French movie actor comes to Los Angeles to set up shop. Mr. Mooney's plans to land their account are nearly scuttled when Lucy becomes inebriated on French champagne.
Lucy convinces Mr. Mooney that she's too ill to come to work so she can go to a department store sale. Once there, she learns she is the ten-millionth customer and wins many valuable prizes... including her photo in the next day's newspaper!
Lucy moonlights as Milton Berle's secretary. She overhears Milton rehearsing a torrid love scene, thinks that the comedian is cheating on his wife, and plots a suitable retaliation.
Mr. Mooney gives Sheldon Leonard permission to shoot a bank robbery scene after hours for an upcoming TV series pilot, but Lucy and Mary Jane think the heist is the real thing and attempt to prevent it.
When Mr. Mooney's boss threatens to fire him because his bank branch hasn't had many new accounts, Lucy tries to convince millionaire country singer Homer Higgins to deposit his money with the bank.
Lucy encourages a washed-up boxer to come out of retirement for one match to earn enough money to open a flower shop.
After tossing a candy wrapper on the sidewalk, Lucy is accused of being the notorious red-haired shoplifter who has been victimizing area stores.
Mr. Mooney and Lucy travel to a quaint small town to loan the mayor money to build a highway right down Main Street. When they arrive, they are greeted with intense opposition and Lucy decides to join the anti-highway townspeople and fight the new road.
Mr. Mooney bets Lucy that she can't find other employment and last for entire day. If Lucy wins the bet, Mr. Mooney will rehire her and give her a raise.
Viv flies to California to visit Lucy and admits that she's looking for a young college student from her hometown whom she believes has fallen in with the no-good beatnik crowd. Lucy and Viv disguise themselves as hippies to track the youth down.
Lucy is preparing to go on vacation, but she has a change of heart when her substitute secretary turns out to be an attractive blonde who Mr. Mooney really likes. Lucy secretly doesn't go on vacation, and spies on them in various disguises.
An overbearing efficiency expert threatens to change the way Mr. Mooney runs his bank branch, turning Lucy into his order-barking clone.
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