Don raves about the success of Jacks first ever television show. Mary and Dennis enter to tease Jack about his television debut. Phil has some good words on the topic.
Mary goes into flashback mode to tell about the events that took place after last week’s trip to the race track. Riding home in the Maxwell, Jack and Dennis discuss their winnings, and losses. Easy come easy go.
They discuss the fiasco of last episode when Ronald Coleman was upset over the horses that he and Jack bet on. On the ride home, the Maxwell has a few problems, but none so bad to keep the jokes away, or get Jack and the gang to their destination.
Along the way, they find Phil drinking orange juice. Also Don has the Sportsmen with him. Since the Sportsmen still need to work out a song, Dennis sings, Clancey Lowered the Boom. Mary, Phil, and the rest of the cast pitch in with customized verses.
Jack tries to be sneaky and pull a trick on Phil, but it backfires on him. When the Maxwell seems to be running out of gas, Mr Kitzel is the attendant on duty to pump in a few more drops, and talks about cars to jack.
Finally Jack gets home, and it’s time to relax. He dozes, and begins having a nightmare about the $4.75 he lost at the track. The characters are all scrambled up as they do a mini sketch of a typical race track sketch. Mary is the tout, Dennis is really Ronald Coleman, Frank Nelson is the horse, and other crazy mix ups. Eventually, Rochester rescues Jack from his dilerious nightmare, but there’s just one more dig at that big $4.75 loss.