Don rolls the clock back to last Wednesday, after rehearsal. Jack, Bob Crosby, and Dennis Day all go to the drugstore for a bite to eat. The sassy waitress gives Jack a hard time as he tries to order. Why doesn’t Dennis like golf? Jack puts a nickel in the jukebox, and we hear Dennis sing, Change Partners.
Rochester phones to plug Jack’s upcoming TV show, and Jack’s expected guest, Liberace. The guys part ways, but Dennis rides with Jack in the Maxwell, at least long enough to get in one last joke. While parking his car, Jack encounters Frank Nelson. After getting his new violin strings, Jack jokes about the weather before he runs into Don and the Sportsmen. The Spoortsmen sing an Eddie Cantor tune, If You Knew Suzy.
Finally finding a ticket on his car, Jack takes offense, and tries to phone the police to dispute it. Not getting past the telephone operator, Jack goes right to the station to complain. What kind of red tape will Jack need to cut through? Will he get satisfaction from the judge? Things aren’t going so well when Frank Nelson shows up as the judge.