Susie goes on a shopping spree that she can ill afford, soon finding herself in a bind. She concocts emergency needs to get an advance from Mr. Sands but her lies catch up with her putting Vi and Sylvia in an equal mess.
Mr. Sands considers an merger with another agent J.B. Sherman and a discussion on office productivity occurs. An expert Simpson is brought in to monitor staff actions but Susie convinces everyone to be uncooperative.
Mr. Sands thinks he has the perfect part for the reclusive former star Inga Kovar. After Ms Kovar is scared away from the office Susie makes it a quest to connect with the shy actress and accept the part, reigniting her career.
Cagey Calhoun's client wants a contract just like one drawn up by Peter Sands negotiated for one of the actors he represents. Rather than just ask for a copy, Cagey attempts various forms of subterfuge to get a peek at it.
Shoe-shine boy "John Smith" talks Susie into letting him shine Mr. Sands' shoes, and on the way out picks up a $5 bill on Susie's desk. Rather than report him, Susie makes a deal that he give her 20 more shoe-shines.
Vi invites Mr. Sands and Susie over for dinner. Her gossipy aunt and nosy neighbor are sure this means that Vi and her boss are having a romance. The two old ladies go to work on encouraging a marriage proposal from Mr. Sands.
Peter is representing Harold the hottest child actor around but the boy is fairly obnoxious. That doesn't stop Cagey Calhoun from trying to steal him as a client with leaves Suzy with a dilemma as Harold has a crush on her.
During a regular haircut in his office, Mr. Sands' barber asks him to read a play he has written. Sands hands the play over to Susie to read, she in turn gives it to Vi, starting a chain of events that makes everyone curious about a new author.
When Susie learns Cagey is to lose another client because of his crude ways she decides to give him a few pointers. But he steals Lady Standish from Mr. Sands, getting Suzie in trouble. Susie is crafty in getting back at Cagey.
About to sign an opera impresario, Mr. Sands is excited, but succumbs to the charms of rival agent Blanche Colvin. Susie suspects she's up to no good so disguises herself to stop Blanche from taking away Peter's client.
Susie has been instrumental in getting a new playwright together with a Broadway producer through her bosses' agency. But when both the playwright and the producer become smitten with her, it threatens to wreck the whole deal.
Susie learns Mr. Sands can't see well enough to read contracts and insists he see an eye doctor. But Peter believes wearing glasses make him look older and his vanity threatens an important business deal.
Mr. Sands has two clients he believes are perfect for Mr. Hugo's opera production but can't get a meeting with the impresario. Susie makes friends with his wife and the two of them work together to get the singers the leads.