Preparing for a trip to New York, George and Gracie pack their bags. Long underwear, suits, dresses, trombone… huh? What’s Gracie going to do with a trombone? As Gracie helps Herman the duck pack, Bill Goodwin pops in. You know what that means, sponsor message time.
The Happy Postman enters to tell about his past life on the vaudeville stage. He also delivers a letter from the Arkansas Traveller, Bob Burns, with word that he’s traveling to town. Paul Whiteman and the Six Hits and a Miss perform, As Time Goes By.
A misunderstanding about Bob sends an upset George his way to straighten things out. Bob shares his brand of rural humor, barn yard animals, rustic romances, and more. Meanwhile, Bob’s girlfriend Zelda talks with Gracie about marrying Mr Burns. Do they realize the issue at having two Mr Burns? Jimmy Cash sings, Hosanna of Cherry Farms.
Have George and Gracie got a handle on the matter? Will they manage to arrange a connection for Bob and Zelda? Bill pops in again for the sponsor message. Gracie tells secrets about her honeymoon night. Will Bob make a narrow escape from Gracie’s arranged marriage?