In New York, George and Gracie are joined by their little duck, Herman. How will the feisty little duck be taken by the hotel staff? Tootsie Bagwell and Bill Goodwin also check in, which goes into a routine for the sponsor. Gracie shows off the sights to Herman, getting a fact or two mixed up.
Along the way they encounter well educated doormen, and the glamorous Madeline Carol. The orchestra plays, Moonlight Mooves.
Madeline pops in for a visit in Gracie’s hotel room. The girls get caught up on the latest gossip of celebrity dating. The complimentary doormen who deliver Gracie’s piano remind me of Chip and Dale. Gracie practices her famous One Finger Concerto on the piano the doormen delivered. Is there a way the girls can help each other practice? Madeline for her big part, and Gracie for her anticipated performance with Paul Whiteman? Jimmy Cash sings, You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To.
Will Madeline get cold feet at the thought of practicing a love scene with George? The unsuspecting George is about to get a surprise at the flirtatious advances of Madeline. The love scene is to trap George into a position where he’ll have to give into Gracie and let her have her way. Has George’s love making to Madeline been a little too convincing to Gracie?