At the breakfast table, Alice and Willie break the news to Phil that Mr Scot wants to talk to him. It can’t be that he’s unhappy with Phil’s tallent is it? Phil proves who is the best performer on radio by asking his girls, but even his bribe can’t sway their decision.
Frankie stops in and the pondering over Phil’s tallent keeps on. Maybe Mr Scot is actually happy with Phil, and wants to give him a raise? Mr Scot pops in to lay his request on the line. Between Phil’s jumping to conclusions, and the general hatred between Frankie and Mr Scot, the insults fly. Through the insults, and intertwined commercial, Mr Scot asks Phils band to play at his daughter’s dance, and for Alice to sing a number or two.
Phil helps Alice transition into her song, Johnny Get the Girl.
At the preparation for the dance, Mr Scot’s little daughter seems a bit brainwashed when she works a sponsor message into her conversation. The teenaged daughter shows signs of being definitely infatuated over Phil. Though her dad and Alice try to keep Phil’s ego in check, they leave the teen alone with Phil. As she expresses her love towards Phil, he has to let her down easy. Is he really happy in his marriage? How will Mr Scot react when he learns of his daughter’s affections? With Gale Gordon in the part, you know it’ll be a good one.
What about Alice, what will she have to say on the matter? Alice gets the girl alone to share secrets about Phil’s personal life. Girdles, face lifts, false teeth, but Phil isn’t to thrilled over Alice’s help. Maybe Phil can sick Frankie on her to turn on the charm, and lure her away.
Franke mistakes the two daughters, and comes onto the 8 year old. The plan works well but what will Mr Scot say about the new development? And just when the older daughter was coming to her senses over her infatuation too.