Rochester is helped by his friend Roy, as he cleans up after the party of the night before. What’s the latest news about the Coleman’s? Rochester be getting married to his gal, Suzy? They discuss… let’s say the frugality of Jack.
Polly chats with Jack and Roy, then Bob Crosby pops in on a personal matter. Will Jack help out with a guessing game on Bob’s other program? Rochester returns with the mail. Note: the audio skips a little bit through here. Is Jack getting more generous? He actually pays Roy for his time, to the surprise of Rochester. As Jack gets ready to practice his violin, he gets a call from Don Wilson, who is phoning from a phone booth. Why does he sound so funny? The Sportsmen are with him, and sing a version of, Lady-O.
Tuning up his violin, Jack breaks a string, and needs to gget a new one. Taking a walk, since the Maxwell is broken down, Jack greets people on the street. Namely a French nurse maid, a baby, but will they believe that Jack can get them into the movies?
In the music store, Jack ponders where he’d be without his success in radio and TV. Besides his violin string, he shops for some new records. Frank Nelson gives Jack a hard time making his sale.