The night has arrived for the big concert with Paul Whitman. The critics weigh in on her playing ability. No amount of last moment appeals will keep Gracie from her public performance. Tootsie Bagwell enters to give the latest adventure in chasing men. Bill Goodwin has an idea for George that might keep Gracie from performing, but you know how these things go. Let’s just say it ends up as a promotion for the sponsor. George tries his hand at a little reverse psychology, but will Gracie just turn it around on him? Jimmy Cash sings, The Tulips are Talking Tonight.
At least her little duck, Herman seems as excited as Gracie over her debut. Now its time to put that plan that Bill offered earlier into action. Will the bribed taxi driver keep Gracie away from Carnegie Hall?
At Carnegie Hall, Paul and George are surprised to see Gracie arrive on time, but get ready for the big finale. Paul Whitman backs her up, and Gracie plays her One Finger Concerto. Very funny, aand a creative arrangement.
Note: Although Gracie is center stage, she is actually faking it. Her simple arrangement is actually done by a real pianist, hiding in the wings, probably