Live, and on stage in Omaha Gracie and George joke about her political campaign, and dating habits. George announces the cast, including the announcer, Truman Bradley. Frank Parker sings, On Behalf of the Visiting Firemen.
Running political gags continue, mixing humor based on local politics as well. The cast resort to their usual zany jokes, to the frustration of George. When left alone, Ray Noble and Gracie talk about getting together. Ray Noble plays, The Old Gray Mare.
Through the show George tries to rehearse his introduction for the mayor of Omaha. He finally gets it out, just in time for the mayor to join the fun, and get a few laughs of his own. The unmarried politician even hits on Gracie, and tries to ask her out.