With some of the cast missing, Phil takes charge in the studio. We join Jack as Rochester races him to work in the Maxwell. Or racing as fast as it will goe. Dennis and Mary hop in for the ride, and Mary flubs her punch line. Hmm… even whehn Jack adlibs to correct it, I still don’t get it.
As Jack rides in, he monitors what Phil’s doing to cover for him. Just how long does “That’s What I Like About the South” last?Traffic woes abound, and even Rochester messes up a line. Can Jack talk his way out of a parking ticket by posing as a carload of rubes from out of town?
The Phil Harris single song marathon comes to an end, and now it’s Jacks turn to get a little tongue tied. Dennis Day sings, How Are Things in Glockamora.
Mr Kitzel pops in to ask directions to the Bergen and McCarthy show. The flubs keep on coming when Don messes up his line to introduce the commercial and the Sportsmen. Jack insists the quartet is through, and wants to fire them over the past embarrassment when they sang on the street corner in front of the drug store. Can they sing sweetly, and redeem themselves with Jack? The cast try to appeal to Jack about his decision, but will he listen? Frank Nelson pops in with the results of a pol, and some news about his photography business. lThere’s just one problem that crops up wen he learns about the Sportsmen being fired. Will anybody be on Jack’s side?
PS: There’s a cameo appearance by Bugs Bunny as he races the Maxwell.