This week's million dollar winner is Philip Burnell, who's still obsessed with the memories of his deceased first wife, much to the chagrin of wifey number two.
Jim Hayes insists that wifey run the household on a businesslike basis so she starts demanding employee benefits such as time off.
Mitchell Gunther decides to use his million dollars to get revenge upon the partner who cheated him.
Beatnik Jackson Green receives the million dollar check and decides to use part of the money to open up a Beatnik Club for the cool cats in his area.
Elizabeth Tander has a boring job and an overbearing mother so when she receives her million she decides to chuck it all and head out for Hollywood.
Sandy Newell heads off to Alaska with the intent of striking it rich so he and his longtime galpal can get married. Sandy gets a Dear John letter followed by a million dollar check and decides to use the money to find out why his sweetie pie broke their engagement.
When the wife of a minor league baseball player receives the million dollar check, hubby has her buy the team and run it.
An aspiring rocker thinks he's hit the jackpot when his galpal is the latest to receive the million dollar check from Tipton. He then persuades her to spend part of the money making him a star.
Maggie Dalton, who's depressed because of her lack of success, meets George Sorel atop the Empire State Building. It seems as though George is in the same boat. Things change when Maggie is the latest to receive a million dollar check from an unseen benefactor.
Patricia Collins wants to use her money to help her beau, who works at a low-paying job and won't marry her until he's able to provide decent financial support.