Fran marries Gordy but can hardly be alone with him because he is so social and popular. She eventually leaves him and goes home to her parents. Fran discovers that she was partly to blame, because she resented Gordy’s friends and never made an attempt to join in the fun. She goes home to Gordy and he says they’ll moderate their social lives in the future so they have time alone.
Celia’s guardian Sarah refuses to let her date, except men Sarah chooses. When Celia meets young lawyer Bruce, she decides to see him secretly. They fall in love, and when Aunt Sarah finds out, she threatens to withhold Celia’s inheritance from her. However, when Sarah is unjustly charged with reckless driving, Bruce clears her and she consents to his marriage to Celia.
Jill agrees to marry co-worker Gary, but she gets caught up in the preparations: “that was what marriage meant to me—a chance to play house, to accumulate material things that would impress my friends and please my vanity!” She has no time for Gary due to the wedding preparations; he says she’s only interested a “wholesale shopping spree” and breaks up with her. He arranges a transfer to Arizona. Jill apologizes and will go along with him, as his wife.
Terry Parks; Dan Branson; Allen Seeley; Roger Drake
Terry is upset when she catches her boyfriend Roger with another woman. She dates old friend and neighbor Dan on the rebound, but drops him when she meets Allen. She falls in love, then learns Allen’s engaged to someone else. Dan comes back and Terry realizes he’s the man for her.