Rochester, Jack, and Mary drive downtown and talk about the films playing. Might Jack win an Oscar for his work in A Horn Blows at Midnight? Mary talks about Jack’s recent appearance on a radio show that dramatized his life. As Jack and Mary walk through the studio, they meet Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen. Actjually an impersonator who does their voices.
Phil and the band play a tune. What was it? I don’t know, let’s ask the band. The play is a spoof of the big film, State Fair. Larry sings, It Might as Well Be Spring.
Jack and his pal Zeke, actually Phil, see the sights at the fair. Crazy events with the prize hog, and moonshine ensue.