While Phil is researching his story, he experiences several incidents of bigotry. When his mother has heart disease, the doctor advises him not to see a specialist with an obviously Jewish name, suggesting that he may be affected. When Phil reveals that he is Jewish himself, the doctor becomes uncomfortable and leaves. In addition, the concierge is shocked to see that a Jewish name appears on the mailbox, instead of his Christian name. Although Phil wants to celebrate his honeymoon in a posh hotel for the rich in the country, the hotel manager refuses to register Phil because Phil is Jewish and tells him to sign up for another hotel instead. Tommy becomes the target of bullies when his comrades discover that he is Jewish. Phil worries about the way Kathy tommy consoles and tells him that his mockery about “dirty Jews” is false because he is not Jewish, not that the nickname itself is false. At a luncheon party, Phil Minify`s divorced niece meets Kathy Lacey (Dorothy McGuire), a schoolteacher who turns out to be the person who originally came up with the story. The next day, Phil tries to explain to his precocious young son anti-Jewish prejudices, just after showing his own anti-female prejudice.
Green tells his mother that he is impressed by the strange idea that the idea for the article came from “a girl” in the magazine. Her mother replies, “Why, women will think next.” Phil and Kathy are starting to date. You agree to keep it secret that Phil is not Jewish. The Hollywood chapter of B`nai B`rith International honored Darryl Zanuck as “Man of the Year” for 1948. On Sunday, December 12, a commemorative evening was held in downtown Los Angeles at the Biltmore Hotel in front of more than a thousand spectators. Among the tributes to Zanuck, New Mexico Sen. Clinton Anderson said, “He doesn`t rush down the street of a community and asks his citizens to do good. He does not fill the pages of books with words that come together for a sermon. He leaves you comfortably sitting in a theatre, sinking into a problem, going out into the night with your thoughts and lips and saying to your lips: “This situation should be changed”.  After the official speeches, there was a show of star varieties, including the Hollywood film world debut of the team of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Barney continues to try to do all the actions on Murtaugh`s list, which made him an ear infection and spinal injuries, pierce his ears and sleep on a futon.
During a conversation with Robin, Ted reveals that he would rather be older than younger. When Robin and Barney heard that, he made Ted his own list of things he`d do when he was older. Another bet is made between him and Barney to see who can fill out their respective lists first, and thus introduces the “gentleman`s Agreement”. Philip Schuyler Green (Gregory Peck) is a widowed journalist who has just moved to New York with his son Tommy (Dean Stockwell) and his mother (Anne Revere). Green meets magazine editor John Minify (Albert Dekker) who asks Green, a pagan, to write an article about anti-Semitism (“Some people don`t like others just because they`re Jewish”). He was not very enthusiastic at first, but after beginning to struggle with how to approach the subject in a new way, Green was inspired to adopt a Jewish identity (“Phil Greenberg”) and wrote first-hand about his experience. Ted and Barney challenge each other to do things that can make them too old or too young. Marshall`s helping Lily play basketball. Kathy`s attitude is revealed later that she and Phil announce their engagement. His sister Jane (Jane Wyatt) invited him to a party at his home in Darien, Connecticut, known as a “restricted” community in which Jews were not welcome.