Don sets the scene as Jack takes a walk erly in the morning. He jokes to himself about smog, Beverly Hills, a horse and buggy, and his Maxwell. When Jack recognizes the farmer in the wagon, they talk about old times. They part, and Jack talks about the houses of his celebrity neighbors.
Back home, Rochester prepares him a special breakfast, and wisecrack about their old sponsor, Jello. Don arives to complain about his paycheck. Jack goes outside so the Sportsmen can sing him their song, Side by Side. Jack has to race back inside to answer a phone survey about what’s on TV. Dennis phones in to say that he’s in jail. Should Jack be worried for him?
Jack looks for something to do to fill his day. Maybe reading a book? He gets in a joke about Fred Allen as he comments about various book titles. He reads, and fantasizes about the Elephants Graveyard. Through voice over and drama, Jack relives the story of a safari. Mel Blanc gets the chance to show off his animal impressions, including the wierd plaintiff cry of the giraffe. Is there any animal sound that Mel can’t do? I think that giraffe had him stumped for a moment though.
Deep in the uncharted jungles of Africa, Jack encounters a beautiful maiden in distress, and even gets a telegram. In the jungle?
When Dennis shows up as Jack’s arch rival and nemesis, will Jack ever find the elephants graveyard?