Bud is on the street, looking for Costello’s house. Lou is worried he may be going crazy. Jokes about mental health, and health in general are the theme. Also a horn that sounds when Lou tells a fib.
Bud suggests it could be wise to make a will. Jokes shift gears a little and head into the realm of lawyers. Skinny Ennis offers a word of advice before he sings, but if he does it gets snipped.
As Lou relaxes, his lawyer visits and he talks about his girlfriend, debts, and his pets. Marilyn Maxwell pops in to comfort the ailing Lou. Marilyn sings, It’s a Pity to Say Goodnight.
Lou goes to the psychiatrist which is just the set up for crazy jokes about horses, relationships, and family matters.