It must be rough having two catch phrases, because Lou gets mixed up and starts to shout the wrong one. He goes on to complain to Bud about his new shirt. The high point is that he found a new girlfriend. Lou tells about his fight with his old girlfriend, Lena Ghensta, and he read the threatening letter she wrote him.
Lou tells Bud about his uncles bee farm, but doesn’t quite understand the words, terms, and definitions that Bud uses to describe features of an apiary. I wonder if an explanation of the birds and bees might help? Bud decides to take Lou to uncle Artie Stebbins apiary to show him how a bee hive works.
Will Osbourne plays, and sings, Waiting for the Train to Come In.
At the bee ranch, the jokes about Lou’s ex-girlfriend aren’t quite over. Mel Blanc is the tipsy, hiccupping helper who answers the door. Uncle Artie talks a little about the facilities on the ranch.
Lou tells about his old job on a dude ranch, then meets the foreman, Tex Mellonhead. Lou and Mellonhead fall into a routine of jumping to conclusions where no matter what Lou says, Mellonhead considers it as an insult.
Connie Haines sings, That’s For Me.
Bud and Lou do a little joking about their night’s rest, then the fun turns to farm animals. Mel Blanc plays a Scotsman who comes to the ranch who has a joke or two to tell. The badnews is that he brought Lena with him.
Lou’s old girlfriend, Lena Ghensta bickers with him about the recent break up, and the other woman who stole Lou away from her. Lou Holz is Lena’s relative, Cliff, who double talks Lu as he stands up in defense of Lena. Will Lou feel any remorse over his mistreatment of Lena? Well, he tries.