In this premiere episode, young executive Peter Christopher's corporate career with a baby food company is stalled due to the fact that his boss believes in promoting only married executives to higher level positions within the company. So to rectify this situation, Peter gets hat check girl Greta Patterson to pretend to be his wife in return for paying her apartment rent and tuition to art school.
Peter's mother hires a private detective to spy on Greta after seeing her smooching another man.
Peter, Greta, and office rival Wally Flick and his wife all spend a weekend at Brahms' country home. Hilarity ensues when Greta's boyfriend, Bernie, also shows up.
After being hired by a rival baby food company, Peter writes a scathing letter to Brahms detailing his entire "marriage" to Greta and also fires her as his occasional wife. But when the job falls through he finds himself having to retrieve the letter as well as patch things up with Greta.
Peter and Greta are pressured by his mother to have a church wedding so he gets an actor friend to perform the ceremony.
Brahms gives Greta a surprise for her husband--he's getting a promotion with the company.
Brahms' bratty niece ends up having to spend the night at Peter's apartment. It isn't long until she discovers that he and Greta are not really married.
When Greta takes a job at an employment agency, her boss takes a shine to her.
Greta's medication causes her to faint while out on a date with boyfriend Bernie.
Brahms sees Greta on the dance floor with another man so he decides that the "couple" need marriage counseling. Peter then gets his uncle to pose as the marriage counselor.
Peter is asked by Brahms to get the daughter of an important client into acting.
Hilarity ensues when Peter forgets to sign his income tax return.
A visiting Italian Count falls for Greta.
Peter and Greta accept a dinner date with Brahms and his wife but trouble ensues when Greta's parents unexpectedly show up with her former boyfriend.
Peter and Greta get caught up in an attempted corporate takeover of Brahms Baby Food.
Peter finds himself in a full blown jam when two hot chicks begin vying for his affections.
A fortune teller reads Greta's palm and tells her that she's lying about her marital status.
Peter must win over a prospective client so that Brahms Baby Food can be sold in her chain of stores.
When Peter takes a job with another baby food company he has to hire an actress to impersonate Greta.
Peter and Greta find themselves competing against Wally and Vera Frick for membership in an organization called N.O.O.K.--the National Order of Kangaroos.
Peter hires a new secretary but she decides to quit after learning that he's married.
Peter invites himself along on a business convention being attended by Brahms and the Fricks.
Peter's in a real mess this time. After a night of hard partying, he wakes up to find himself engaged to an heiress.
Peter receives word that his Italian foster daughter is coming to New York to live with him.
After Brahms hires a father-son management consulting team, Wally Frick uses the occasion to try to get rid of Peter from the company.
Employees of Brahms Baby Food must undergo a security check when the company receives a contract to supply powdered milk to the government.
Greta has some explaining to do when her boyfriend takes a call from Brahms in Peter's apartment and identifies himself.
Greta's boyfriend Bernie thinks that she's become involved with Brahms.
When Peter invests in an oil well scheme Brahms gets suspicious.
Peter's mother announces that she will be staying with him temporarily due to paint fumes in her apartment.