Opens with a glimpse at the historical moment of Paul Revere starting off on his ride. Peggy Taylor sings, I Like the Looks of You.
Stan and the announcer debate the correct definition of “Hi-Fi” and related grammar and spelling. Stan plays various animal and other sounds in hi-fi. He then plays a recording in high frequency that only dogs can hear.
The show wraps up with a spoof of Lux Radio Theater. A production called Rock Around my Nose. A melodrama about a father who can’t get close to his son. The son hangs out in the candy shop, the dad at the golf course. The dad apparently has a huge nose. He realizes that it is his nose that keeps his son away. The man has surgery and they live happily afterafter. Happiness ends with the candid comments after the spoof production. Stan discusses the correct way to do a rebel yell, and breaks into ‘Yellow Rose of Texas,’ more or less. A beatnik who help intro the show is back to close the show.