Sally is afraid the glamor will be gone when she and Bob return from their honeymoon and start the routine of marriage. Her fears seem to be coming true, but advice from the cleaning woman helps Sally keep the romance alive.
Gwen's friends thinks she shows her love for Ward too much and that someday she will lose him. But when Ward is offered a promotion on the coast that requires a single man for the job, Gwen pretends she doesn't love him anymore so that she won't stand in the way of his success.
Janet feels different from other girls and wonders why she can't be popular and wanted. When Hal asks her to dance at Gloria's wedding, it is wonderful until she learns that Hal has asked her to dance with him on a bet.