We tune in to find that Jack is late for the broadcast. As Mary tries to cover for him in the studio, we are transported to Jack’s wisecracking cabbie who gets stopped by the cops, but do you think Jack makes it to the studio? No? Yes! Don’t worry, that’ll make more sense when you listen.
In the studio, Don Bestor plays, but his song is snipped. Jack jokes on music, the sponsor, Don Wilson being cheap. That’s right Don Wilson is cheap. Jack didn’t quite corner that treait at this point in his famous career.
Jokes also include being in the movies, but Mary’s remarks brings Jack down. Don’s next number is snipped as well. Frank Parker enters for a few jokes about the theater scene in town. In the process, Frank invites Jack to visit him at home and meet his folks. As Jack leaves the audience in the hands of Don Bestor, his number is again snipped.
The visit at Franks turns into a musical, operetic spoof as Jack meets the musical family. Jack and Mary have some fun with the musical conversation as they hold their own.