Dinah opens with, Let’s Get Lost. Eddie and Hary Vonzel deliver the sponsor message. Eddie is throwing a big party, and the Mad Russian acts as his waiter.
George and Gracie arrive with a wedding gift. Just a few years late. It’s actually for Eddie’s 29th wedding anniversary. In her dipsy way, Gracie roastsEddie as only she can get away with, as she reads a special poem for Eddie and Ida. As George and Graice leave, the Russian is back to give Eddie grief as the meal preparations continue.
Groucho offers his congradulations, then meets up with Dinah for some joking around. Groucho and Eddie jump on the marriage and honeymoon jokes. That crazy old Mad Russian is back with one problem after another in the kitchen.
Harry Vonzel is back to plug the sponsor.
Jack Benny pops in with a telegram with an anniversary greeting. Then that Mad Russian is back with still more kitchen troubles.
Eddie presents a medley of tunes that were popular 29 years ago when he was married. Including: By the Sea, and When You Wore a Tulip.
Eddie closes with a word for the sponsor, and a quick tune as he signs off.