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When Linda arrives home with her friends making a rabble of a noise an argument ensues with her husband accusing her and her friends of behaving like a pack of yowling, screaming ally cats and he announces he's through with her. Then she cruelly informs him that she only married him for his money. He accuses her of being a cat a big white heartless cat, with unexpected consequences. This is a rebroadcast of Episode #2 originally aired June 17, 1936

Irma gives Al the girls' rent money to bet on a seedy prize fighter he's managing. Friendship is a thing that’s been around all through the ages, like measles but measles you can get rid of but not Janes friend Irma. However, Jane wouldn’t want to get rid of Irma because she sincerely loves her so she’s going to continue to live with her through thick and thin although at times Jane finds it trying living with her lovable friend Irma like when she was trying to fix up a budget for her.

Richard Rogue was extremely busy when Mrs Eccle a little old lady called in for his help concerning her granddaughter. Mrs Eccle reminded him so much of the grandma he spent so much of his youth with that he couldn’t resist helping her. When Rogue went round to the girl’s apartment there was no answer so he went in only to find a girl dead.

Irma & Jane meet and Jane moves in with Irma.  Jane is in love with her boss, Richard) and tells him she lives in an "intellectual atmosphere" and that her roommate is a novelist.  Unknown to Jane, Richard calls up and Irma invites him to dinner, at their place.  Mix in Irma's boyfriend, Al, who has so many crazy get-rich-quick schemes that never work, and you have a hilarious dinner party.

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