Don Wilson quietly takes us to peek in on Jack in his house at 4Am. Why would his phone be rnging at this hour? Jack is mad, can’t sleep, , and soon learns why Rochester didn’t answer the phone. Not able to get back to sleep,, Jack decides to take a walk. Will Mary like to join Jack on his walk? Nah!
Outside Jack enjoys the fresh air, the empty streets, and chats with Mel Blanc, the street cleaner. What other kinds of people will Jack meet? What sights will he see? Bob Crosby drives by, taking his band out duck hunting. The rising sun sends Jack back home. Don is waiting for him with the Sportsmen, who sing, Wake Up Sleepyhead, which has modified lyrics to sell the sponsor product. Of course.
As Jack dozes, Mary arrives. Will she be able to wake up Jack? He goes with her to go shopping, where they encounter Frank Nelson as the sales clerk. Jokes about suits, morticians, being cheap, and Jack’s drowsiness run amok.