In Love and the Arctic Station, three men who have been at an Arctic Station for a long time and are starting to go nuts because they haven't seen a woman since they've been there. But they get word that someone called Miss August is going to pay them a visit and they each think it's a pin up girl each of them are infatuated with. In Love and the Pulitzer Prize, an author who still lives with his mother is approached by an actress who wants to have his baby. When he tells his mother, she objects to having a baby out of wedlock. So she follows them to where they are going to do it to keep them from doing it. And in Lova and the Tattoo, a man who's engaged for some reason doesn't want to take his shirt off in front of his fiancee. It's because he has a tattoo that has the name of a woman he knew before.