Lou has been out on the town chasing girls, and Bud puts him on the spot to get all the details. Not to mention all the jokes about dating, and word twists on family relationships. To improve Lou’s lifestyle, Bud offers to get him on at his brothers nut and bolt factory. Lou gets confused about doing “nuttin” on the job.
Skinny Ennis sings, My Number One Dream Came True. Bud still tries to get Lu to find an honest job, but Lou is inclined towards making easy money. If he sells enough bottles of spot remover, he can win big prizes in a commic book contest. Lou gets confused when he talks to Cheif Schmoe, the executive of the spot removing company. Armed with a sales lesson from Bessie May Mucho, Lou jokes around with her unique style of pronouncing words, then he hits the streets to earn some cash. Verna Felton delivers the insults to Lou, but only buys from him out of guilt. Marilyn Maxwell sings, No Greater Love Than I Feel For You.
Lou has sold all his spot remover, surprising Chief Schmoe. The Chief has more products to sell, and joke about as Lou meets a few of the indians who also work for the company. The Chief demonstrates his snake oil salesmanship, but it could lead to Bud and Lou facing time in jail. Maybe.