Accented with a little of her yodeling style, but not too much, Judy opens with a song, Carolina in the Morning. In recent weeks a mining prospect has come across Judy’s path when gold may have been found on part of her land. As Judy talks with aunt Aggie about jumping on the gold mining bandwagon, topics of men, dating, and Hollywood all somehow enter the theme.
Geranium, the rotund maid, joins the jokes on gold mining, then turns to her latest troubles with her boyfriend, Pomeroy. Bentley enters to joke with Judy on their dating relationship. Will the two make up, and resolve their differences? Pedro shows up to talk about giving his girlfriend candy to keep her loyal, and not go running around on him. What does he have to say about his girlfriends family? Will he help Judy work her gold mine as a sour dough? Will Judy like the date plans that Bentley has in store for her?
Judy shares her unusual version of the song, After You’re Gone. As aunt Aggie and Judy await the assayer’s report on the finding of gold on her land, they talk about their backward family. Judy tells about other family members who were gold prospectors. Will Geranium’s boyfriend be any help in the mine? After an accidental bump on the head, Judy dreams of living the life in the Yukon.
In her dream, Mel Blanc jokes about being desperate for a woman, his travels with Eskimos, and more. The recent election is mentioned, and the close race for president. Mel and Judy talk to Skagway Sal on topics of drinking, dance hall girls, fist fights, and the rough life in the Yukon gold fields in general. The squeaky clean Bentley clashes with the hardcases, but will he win? Will Judy be rescued from her dreams?
Back to reality, the postman brings news from the assayer. After the news, and closing commercial, Judy is assisted by the Sportsmen to sing, I Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do.