Bud and Lou swap insults and jokes about each other’s family heritage. Topics include romance, dating, and the birds and bees. Bud tells about a relative in a clothing plant, and Lou gets confused over his occupation. Skinny Ennis sings, I Close My Eyes.
Lou gets a visit from an excited, and fast talking woman. It’s his aunt who has a few complaints about the work he does at her farm. Marilyn Maxwell enters to join the joking about love and marriage. Lou has more relatives come over to add to the family fun, and they have a play that they want Lou to do on the show. What will it convince him to do the play? Marilyn sings, He’s Just My Kind.
After all the grief that Lou’s family has caused, he wraps up with a big musical finale, with a little help from Marilyn, and the other musical tallent on the show.