The big Easter Egg hunt is scheduled, and businesses are putting special eggs into the mix, valued at some nicely priced amounts. Mel’s business isn’t doing so well, but to keep up impressions he doubles his egg value to twice what Mr Colby is doing. Mr Potchnik the piano teacher enters to listen to Mel’s money problems. Can he help send some money Mel’s way? Both men are short on cash, so they decide to find each other’s eggs to save having to pay out on a potential winner.
The Victor Miller Orchestra plays, and the sportsmen sing, If This Isn’t Love. Hartley Benson, the adorable Beau Brummel of every woman who meets him, brags to Mel about the ladies who chase him. Still getting nowhere in getting his egg back from the hunt, Mel gets some marital advice from Mr Cushing, the Mighty Potentate of the Zebra lodge. Will the news about the Cushing family reunion help Mel? Probably not, but instead Mel gets the idea to disguise himself.
Colby has his own plan to keep egg hunters away from his own Easter egg, when farmer Mel enters the Colby Supermarket. Fending off mel’s attempts at sneaking his egg out of the store, Mel has to resort to more desperate measures. how will it all work out? Mel shares he outcome with Betty.