Judy opens with a song, Why Don’t You Look Me Up. Aunt Aggie is frustrated over Judy’s obsession with men. Will she ever do more than dream about marriage? Geranium enters to join the jokes about men, with a word about her boyfriend, Pomeroy. Pedro is on hand to talk in your face about a relative with dating woes, a mishap in trying to elope with his own girlfriend, and necking with her.
Opie Kates lays down some solid boogie woogie to transition. Judy continues to talk abut men and relationships with aunt Aggie. An upscale visitor talks with Judy about her fashion sense, and about horseback riding. Geranium returns to talk about plans for a picnic, and kissing games. Pedro is back to drive Judy to the picnic. Then the count enters to flirt with Judy, and show off his cowboy outfit. Judy sings, I Was Wrong.
As Geranium jokes with Judy, Mel Blanc rings the door bell to flirt with her and make plans to attend the picnic. Benchley enters, but will he be bidding for the lunch that judy made for the picnic auction? What does he see in her? Why does he want to kiss her so badly?
Judy signs off with her signature song, Go to Sleep Little Baby.