Those crazy people are back, and George and Gracie have their swinging cast with them. Bud Easton, the Smoothies, Artie Shaw and his orchestra. Gracie talks with George about dancing. Everything from foxtrots, to rhumba,,.to ballet. Mr Lee, the Spanish guitar player gets in on the teasing, as the talk drifts to the theater. George remembers a few vaudeville moments with Gracie before The Smoothies sing, Alabama Bound.
George introduces their version of the hit film, Goldrush Macie, which of course features Gracie in the lead role, and the reason for the name change. With interuptions by Mr Lee, and the disgruntled Harvard educated sound man, not to mention some last moment changes to the play by Gracie, the sketch is looking like it won’t be getting off the ground. With all the delays, why not one more? Burns and Allen recieve a special award from the state of Minnesota. Artie Shaw plays a swinging tune.
The play begins, and the drama of Gold Rush Gracie in the Brown Derby kicks off.
Gracie has to get married, or she’ll lose her gold mine. Will someone man jup, and marry her? Gracie closes in song, I’m Nobody’s Baby.