Live, in person, and performing at Mont Calm Air Force base, Bud complains to Lou about his behavior with going out with girls. They joke about military life, rationing, and horses. Bud tries to set Lou straight on termonology about horses, wagons, and cowboy things, even the Grand Canyon.
After the commercial, the show continues. Freddie Rich plays a song from the film Bloomer Girls, Evaline.
Bud talks to Lou about relatives who are in the Army. The conversation turns to building a home, and Bud tries to explain about blueprints, and geting loans. Next a loan officer tries to help get Lou the cash he needs. After some creative cutbacks, Lou has almost no house left.
It’s time for another commercial. Connie Haines sings, Sunnyside of the Street. Yet another commercial.
Bud and Lou talk about the soldiers on the base. Also about Lou’s girlfriend in the Navy, girls and military men. Bud tries to get Lou into basic training, and imagination kicks in.
Lou is awakened on his first day of boot camp, and tells the colonel a thing or two. He then begins his day of training. Connie is the colonel’s daughter, and she seems to have some inside scoop on where Lou is to be sent. Finally, he tells off an MP.
Fortunately when he wakes, he is relieved to learn that he has been turned down