The cast members are travelling back home from New York by train to Hollywood. Jack and Rochester have a few mishaps as they reach the train station in Chicago. Jack has trouble with train announcers, and help desk clerks, although at this early date, the roles are voiced by the writers instead of Mel Blanc or Frank Nelson.
After some transitioning music from the orchestra, the cast are on the train for their ride home. Join the fun and antics as the cast encounter the other passengers. Mary flirts, a boy tags along to torment Jack, Rochester talks to a porter about his former days as a train porter. Kenny sings, Smile for Me.
Mary tells secrets on Jack, and he gets in a comeback related to somethings that Fred Allen said about him. At long last, the train arrives and Jack is welcomed back by his adoring public. Sort of. Andy Devine makes an appearance to greet Jack, and a couple of his family members at the station.