The cast gather in the corner drugstore to talk about Jack, and his trouble with the studio. Jack enters to get an order of attitude from the sassy waitress. After his crazy food order, Dennis finds one of his records on the jukebox, and sings, I’ll Always Love You.
Mary and the gang pitch Bob’s new TV show, but Jack can’t help with a critique. Dennis and Don share their mishaps with the weighing machine. Who’s going to pick up the check once the cast go their separate ways? Jack sure loves giving tips… especially when he’s just watching it being done, As Jack waits for Mary to pick him up in her car, a rube from the country talks to Jack about the cows back on his farm. On the radio, they listen to the Sportsmen sing their sponsor flavored message to the tune of, Oh.
At home, Jack runs inside to hear from Rochester about the latest domestic trouble. Should Jack stay home tonight to keep his parrot company, instead of going to the country club? Sure enough, Polly is moody, and trying to hatch a coconut. Mary suggests that Polly go to an animal psychiatrist. In sharing with the doctor, Polly’s age is actually revealed to be the same as Jack’s… 39. What deeply ingrained secrets will emerge in the questioning?