Gene opens in song with, When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again. He follows it with, On Moonlight Bay.
In the bunkhouse, Pat Buttram tells about the level of education he received, and the teachers that helped him along the way.
Gene sings, Nobody’s Darling But Mine.
Gene tells about Mama Maria, and the delicacies she whips up in her little Mexican cafe. The spicy woman isn’t one to put up with cowboy nonsense, but she’s also big hearted enough to see that nobody goes hungry. However, creditors soon come to her door to collect on money she owes them. The bill is more money than Maria has ever seen in her life. The lease is legal, but Gene is able to rally the cowhands to pitch in their nickels and dimes. Will it be enough to rescue the diner?
Gene wraps up with, There’s a Gold Mine in the Sky.