Audio starts out dragging, but picks right up to speed. Judy opens with the hit song, Gotta Be This or That.
To augment her vocal talents, judy has decided to lern to play the saxophone. Geranium offers her advice for Judy’s new endeavor. Aunt Aggie longs for the days of the old musical masters, as Judy tries her hand at riffs from popular tunes. A radio program promises saxophone lessons, but will it help Judy to play beautifully as claimed? Pedro is on hand to talk in your face, and offer his opinion of Judy’s playing ability. The band plays some travelling music to lead into the commercial break, Acapulco.
As Geranium and Judy talk, will she finally get signed up to play her saxophone professionally? Pedro pops in to tell about a fight with the neighbbor, Mr Maxwell. Will Pomeroy be able to manhandle the unruly neighbor? If only he were here, and not in the Army. The Count, and more neighbors pop in to comment on Judy’s playing. Will all the frustration lead to Aunt Aggie wanting to sell the house to get away?
In a musical moment, the Sportsmen take us to Judy in a juke joint to sing, Give Me Back My Nickel.