George and Gracie take the stage to talk about habits, customs, and memory. As Gracie talks with announcer, Johnny, and bandleader, Ray Noble about vustomary greetings, George gets frustrated, and just wants the confusion to stop.
George is invited to join an exclusive club which transitions to a song. Tony Martin sings, My Heaven On Earth.
George and Gracie stumble over each others lines as the conversations shift to nightclubs. A telephone call interupts the fun and Gracie takes a call from her mom. Ray interupts, a window washer interupts, but Gracie tries to get things back on track. Is that possible? Will George get his big day in the exclusive club he wants to join? Ray Noble plays Glenn Miller’s huge hit, Dipsy Doodle.
Gracie has another play she wants to do, though George doesn’t want to hear about it. Gracie gives it her best punny pitch anyway. Full of place names, get ready for a geography lesson. Gracies description of her geographical mystery is so complete that the drama isn’t quite arrived at. With the puns lingering on, Gracie wraps up with a song, I Double Dare You.