Bob's boss decides to join the Ancient and Exalted Order of Araby.
The agency lucks out when an international film actress shows interest in an expensive house. She also has an eye for Bob, which is a problem since her fiance is a volatile director who could scuttle the deal.
Mr. Thackery enters his secretary in a beauty contest, and Beanblossom hires an airhead blonde to replace her.
Bob meets an old man and tries to get him a job. What he doesn't know is that the man is a bank president.
Bob gets into trouble when a teenage girl has a crush on him and won't let him alone. Her father is an important client, so with Julie's help, Bob comes up with a plan to turn her off.
Bob sells a $17,500 cabin cruiser, and he is flabbergasted when the purchaser pays with a stack of cash.
Bob takes a second job as a French caterer in addition to working at the office.
Peggy's father seeks investment advice from Bob, who knows nothing of the stock market.
The firm hires a new office boy, who learns the business fast--so fast, in fact, that Bob starts feeling insecure about his own job.
Bob hires a potential client who is a sculptress to craft a bust of Mr. Thackery.
Bob tries to unload a mansion in the Hollywood hills by pretending to be a visiting matador from South America.
Bob tries to help Mr. Thackery win a prize in a fishing contest, but things don't quite turn out as planned.
Bob hires famous photographer Paul Hesse to take pictures of some real estate.
Mr. Thackery tries to end a feud between two families.
Bob sells a shack to a pair of horse owners. Complications ensue.
"Bob hires a Skid Row bum for a salesman. When the goes to jail because it offers more security. Bob goes to find out who gave him a $5000 down payment, and mistaken for a con-man."
An eccentric millionaire ropes Beanblossom into helping him crack a safe in a local courthouse.
Bob torpedoes the model home layout he posed for after his date with the photographer goes awry. Julie cooks up a scheme to make up the lost revenue.
Bob is to play golf with an important client, and Mr. Thackery gives him strict orders that the client is to win.
An escaped convict leaves Bob with his striped suit and makes off with important paper when they battle on a train en route to Arizona.
"Bob rents an expensive mansion full of priceless rugs and antiques to a kindly old couple who turn out to raise seals as pets! "
Bob plans to throw a surprise birthday party for his boss, but it doesn't quite work out.
Bob tries to show Mr. Thackery that he can be a tough businessman, too, by collecting back rents.
Bob falls asleep and dreams he's living on an island in the South Seas.
Mr. Thackeray's aunt decides to test the waters of the real-estate business. Complications ensue.