Though Bud sticks up for him, Lou digs in with jokes about Frank Sinatra. Regarding Frank’s thinness, skill with the ladies, and singing tallent. Lou recovers from a flubbed line, and a knock comes at the door from a Frank Sinatra fan club president.
Connie Haines sings, My Heart Sings.
Lou tries his hand at singing. Does he stand a chance at keeping up with Sinatra? Bud tries to talk sense to him. Another knock at the door brings a sound technician to deliver his special microphone. More skinny jokes. A gal claiming to be Frank’s nurse drops in for a few wisecracks, and to examine Lou.
A telegram arrives to announce an event in Frank’s hometown. When Lou learns that he and Frank are both from New Jersey, will it change his attitude, and flood of insulting jokes? Frank arrives to hold his own with the snappy come backs. Frank and Lou talk about old times, and common friends back home.
Connie Haines comes out to talk with her old friend, and former singing partner with the Tommy Dorcey band. Lou introduces Frank to sing, If You Are but a Dream.
Lou is back to tease Frank about school days. As Freddie Rich plays a transitioning tune, the clock rolls back and the cast are kids together. School marm, Verna Felton takes roll call. Frankie makes the girls swoon, the kids give teacher a hard time, and Bud and Lou try to work out a new routine. There’s some mixed up understanding of math, and the birds and bees. As school dismisses, teacher predicts that Lou and Frank will end up in the gutter.
The clock rolls back to the present where Lou and Frank try to sing a tune together, One Meatball.