Lou explains to Bud why he’s always in trouble with the law. he tells about his sad childhood and more.
Lou continues telling Bud about his bad day. Getting robbed, girl troubles, bubble dancers, A castmember named Norman, Abbott’s nephew, enters to take some abuse as he swaps jokes with Lou. Topics drift to cars, traffic, jobs, and girls. The new singer, Marilyn Williams enters to joke with Lou about dating and relationships.
Marilyn sings, My Darling My Darling. Lou tells Bud about his new job, girls, his Hollywood connections, and relatives. The guys get ready to do their latest Sam Shovel routine, Tony’s Home Permanent. Amid a series of oneliners, Lou is joined by his sidekick in crime detection, Bud. They talk about a couple of cases involving burlesque dancers.
The way to the salloon to interview Waterfront Lil is paved with nonstop jokes from the deadpan Sam Shovel.
PS: Do you think that much of their material had to do with girls and dating?