Judy and Geranium discuss the upcoming elections, Eddie Cantor, and beauty aids. The girl talk also includes topics on men and dating. Judy is also a little nervous over a screen test. Pedro enters to tell about his automotive troubles. He then agrees to take Judy to the studio for the result of her test, and to meet the singing Eddie Cantor. Eddie sings a medley of long time classics that include: There’s No Business Like Show Business, Ain’t She Sweet, and How Are You Gonna Keep them Down on the Farm. .
Judy didn’t pass her screen test, but Eddie is optimistic, and tries to cheer her up. The jokes kick into high gear about Eddie running for president, farms, cows, government appointments, and more.
To win the Cactus Junction vote, Eddie has promised Judy the office of Secretary of Agriculture. The political joking keeps up. Eddie talks about his competition, and his campaign promises. Judy starts talking about her folks back home, and a flashback sequence begins.
Down on the farm, Judy’s ma and Pa reveal what it’s like in there part of the world. Learn of the slow and easy life as they discuss getting a good nights rest, and get a refreshing cup of coffee. Life isn’t all easy though, as we learn when a neighbor visits with some complaints.
After the closing commercial, Eddie presents Judy with an award. They both put in a plug for the March of Dimes. Judy closes with a Lullabye.