Don rolls the clock back to the moments right after last week’s show. Jack relives a moment from his role as the Fiddler, and his spoof murder mystery. He and Mary pop into the drugstore lunch counter. Frank Nelson is the waiter, but Mary gets tongue tied as she tries to order her “Swiss Cheese” sandwich, a moment that proves to make classic comedy, and a running gag for weeks to come. Dennis Day is on hand to joke about his adventures on the weighing machine. Mr Kitzel is the short order cook, and joins in on the food related jokes. Phil Harris shows up to put in an order.
After some travelling music, we follow Jack to his house where he tells Rochester about his day. Trying to relax, Jack goes to bed early, but instead listens to the radio. A mixture of wierd radio announcements, singers singing poorly, and the Sportsmen singing the commercial all flow out of the speakers.
Jack manages to doze off, and talks with the Sportsmen in his dream. Wow, they attually talk instead of just singing “Hmm.” It’s all a dream, but what’s Jack doing with that gun? Has he killed the Sportsmen? Mel Blanc is the balif who presides at the trial. Dennis is Jack’s lawyer, and Jack’s hopes look thin when Frank Nelson is to preside as the judge. Phil, Don, and Mary play their parts in the courtroom drama. What craziness will ensue once the telephone operaters, Polly, and Rochester all get involved?