Judy opens with a song, Sun in the Morning and the Moon at Night. She has just returned from an 8 week vacation, and tells aunt Aggie all about her trip. What has been happening back at Cactus Junction? Judy and aunt Aggie flashback to buying her train tickets from Joe Kearns. Geranium pops in for the weekly dose of fat jokes. Judy’s boyfriend, Benchley, comes over for a little romance. Followed by Pedro to talk into Judy’s face about his own girlfriend. He tells about having fun on the beach. Will Benchley ever get in a little necking?
The Sportsmen join Judy in a special arrangement of, Three Blind Mice. Settling into her house in Brentwood, Judy and Geranium talk dieting and beauty tips. Mel Blanc is the annoying travelling salesman, Roscoe W Gates, and tells about his Summer excursion to the zoo. Why is he always exaggerating? Going into flashback to her childhood, we take a peak at the lazy life in Cactus Junction with Ma and Pa Canova. Their mishaps are interrupted by a visit from Lukie.
To wrap up, Judy is joined by the Sportsmen to sing, I Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not – Marriage Racket.