Judy and Oogie get ready to go out to see a Frank Sinatra movie. She is infatuated with everything having to do with Frank Sinatra. Dad plays it as though he doesn’t know who Frank Sinatra is, and none of the guys think much of his power to make the ladies swoon. Oogie has second thoughts about taking Judy to the movies, but gives in. Judy swoons over the unattainable Frank as he reads his lines from the movie screen and croons a few songs.
Later, back home, Oogie leaves Judy to dream on the couch. As funny as the show is so far, the dream sequence always cracks me up when Frank and Oogie go through a role reversal. Suddenly Oogie is the unattainable icon that Judy craves, and Frank is the all too attainable boyfriend who can’t understand the power of Oogie over the ladies.
Besides the Sinatra songs, Oogie gets the chance to sing. When Judy wakes up, she comes to her senses, and appreciates Oogie a little more than before.
If Frank Sinatra ever felt his reputation with the ladies needed to be taken down to a more humble level, this is the role to do it for him. He gets to be just a regular guy for a change.