Jack is at home,, and with the help of Rochester and Mary he is packing his bags for his flight to New York. He tries to be weight conscious about his clothing that he packs for the flight. Jokes about being cheap are the theme.
Conversation turns to Jack’s old vaudeville days, and a pigeon. Does Polly have anything to worry about? Dennis enters and sings, Far Away Places.
Phil enters to let Jack borrow his suit case. Jack talks about his itenerary in New York,and Phil brags about his good looks.
With his bag packed, Jack takes a quick phone call before heading to the airport. Don has a word from the Sportsmen, who sing a goodbye song to Jack, Give My Regards To Broadway. Going over their time, it’s the phone operator who is bugged by their singing today.
It’s time to head out, so Jack drives in his car, while Dennis drives his bike. Jack and Mary spend the time joking about Fred Allen. When Jack spots Dennis on his bike, he talks politely to him, while he tells Rochester to leave him in the dust. I think you know where this will go. The tired old Maxwell, has a hard time passing Dennis on the road, and it’s Dennis who leaves jack behind.
At the airport, Mel Blanc is the airport announcer, and Jack heads to the information desk, only to be intercepted by Sidney Sheldon, his favorite race track tout. Jack gets away from him, and chats with Mr Kitzel instead, about his nephew.
Jack shops for magazines and supplies as Mel keeps the crazy announcements coming. The tout has finally caught up with Jack, and offers advice on what fruit to buy to snack on.
Finally at the information desk, Frank Nelson gives Jack his flight information, with a few insults mixed in. Jack’s plane is leaving so he rushes off. Mary watches the take off, and comments as the plane circles back. Is there a problem? Is it serious? Nope, just one last gag.