Gabrielle reacts warmly to the suggestion from the Colonel that the household should support British goods and the policy is taken to its fullest extreme.
After being forcibly ejected from a London cup-tie which resulted in a draw, George teams up with Gabrielle to get tickets for the replay.
It's Gabrielles birthday and George has forgotten, but things go from bad to worse when she finds a mink stole and believes it to be George's present.
After taking out insurance policies things get complicated when the usual doctor is absent for the medical examinations
Ralph achieves a lifelong ambition to cross a rose and a tulip and names the new flower after Gabrielle. However, the housekeeper has trouble looking after it in the greenhouse.
George falls in love with a Brigadier's daughter but her father calls the chauffeur a bounder and forbids him from seeing Angela again.