After the opening comercial and announcements, George and Gracie get right into talking about kissing. She still has a crush on Tony Martin, who may be leaving the show after tonight. Gracie sacrifices herself in a kissing game. It’s a game where Gracie gives a letter in the alphabet that has to be used in a sentence with the number 4. That crazy old Gracie, I wonder if she was related to Georgie Porgie.
Tony sings, I Got You Under My Skin.
The conversations turns from Gracie’s game, Fun 4 Fools, to Mexico, and Pancho Villa. Gracie likes the romantic side of Pancho and hands out parts for doing a play about him. Puns reign supreme, and some that only Gracie could get away with.
Henry James, the bandleader plays, a medley of various tunes.
After the sponsor message, it’s time for the Life of Pancho Villa. George, as president of Mexico tries to win the heart of Gracie when Pancho Vila rides in. The greatest lover of all Mexico tries to steal Gracie away. The audio begins to get rough, but Gracie sets out to reform the evil ways of Pancho to make him more respectable.
To finish, Gracie sings a ssong.out, and each of the cast join in for their own parts.