As George tries to get the show started we learn that Gracie is missing. We learn that she’s busy at home, trying to take care of sick relatives. The whole cast is on hand to pitch in their words of humor and concern over Gracie. Artie Shaw, Bud Easton, and Senor Lee.
The action moves to Gracie’s house where medical jokes are the theme. Since it’s that time of year in old time radio land, George tries to explain to Gracie about Thanksgiving and how the holiday came to be. The Smoothies sing, Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar.
The focus switches back to Gracie, and her apartment full of wacky relatives. The Harvard sound man shares some of his woes over the big college football game, and George is teased over his dating choices. Artie Shaw and his orchestra play, Sugar.
George tries to leave for his date, but finds the house has been quarantined. Is there anyway for him to get away? Will the jokes about the crazy relatives and medical conditions ever stop? It sure doesn’t seem that way.