Featuring Hopalong Cassidy, also called Bill Boyd. George laments about being on television, but Gracie encourages him. George doesn’t think he can compete with the youth and beauty on the tube. Gracie gets the idea of being more like a cowboy, like Hopalong. Maybe if Gracie can convince Hopalong to retire, George will be able to take his place.
George makes Gracie a little jealous over an old girlfriend before she goes to Hopalong Cassidy’s house. Gracie tries to lay on the Texas cowgirl act with their guest, but gets some of her ideas mixed up. Will she get Hoppy to decide to retire? Hoppy gets a kick out of Gracie, but isn’t falling for her request. Instead he has some ideas of his own for George to break into his upcoming movie.
Hopalong goes to talk to George about Gracie’s attempt, but there’s stil a few good topics of misunderstanding for the two gents to talk about. Hopalong thinks that George is talking about a hortse, but it’s his old girlfriend, Trixie, that Gracie had been jealous of. The surprising sounding act that George brags about is something that Hopalong wants to include in his next movie, and wants George to arrange to do it for him.
Gracie is thrilled to hear that George will be in Hopalongs next film, but not happy at all to know it will be with Trixie. Gracie goes to ask Bill Goodwin for help in taking Trixie out of the picture. When Hopalong stops over to talk to George about the film, Gracie tries to intervene, but Hoppy still thinks Trixie is a horse. Gracie has conspired with Bill Goodwin, but will it fool George? Or just lead into a comercial?
Hoppy discovers that Trixie isn’t a horse, so George proves that he can sing, and though Gtracie is charmed by him, Hopalong may be less so.