Don introduces Jack, but he’s late, while Mary and the rest of the cast are on time for a change. Don puts a call through the phone operator to get Jack’s valet, a heavily accented Chinaman. Jack seems to be jealous of Phil Harris, and wants to shirk his duties on him. Mary, Kenny, and Phil try to talk sense, but Jack refuses to come to the studio. Phil plays, Frost on the Moon.
Can the show go on without Jack? Will Phil do as well as Jack as the show emcee? Will Jack stop acting like a baby, and come back to work? A surprising phone call interupts briefly before Kenny Baker sings, Night and Day.
Jack gets in some jabs about the talent of Phils orchestra, then the play is announced. Phil plays, It’s De Lovely.
Now for the next installment of Buck Benny, and his eternal quest for cattle rustler, Cactus Face. The outlaws are taking everything that ain’t nailed down, but Buck is distracted by a visit from his gal, Daisy. Will the hard drinking Pappy have any word on Cactus Face? Get ready for a showdown as sheriff Andy Devine swaps promos for the latest movies that he and Jack are in. Will they finally have Cactus Face cornered?
PS: Interesting cuckoo clock that Buck has.