Lou is late after having to fight off women. It’s leap year, and the custom of the day was for single women to propose to men, rather than the other way around. Jokes about marriage, and mother in laws. Lou keeps the marriage jokes going when Ken Niles and his pretend wife, Verna Felton arrive. A joke about Bud and Ken being married? How racy! After the commercial Freddie Rich plays, Just One of Those Things.
Still talking about girls, Connie Haines comes in to propose to Lou, and tell him about her dream she had. Bud tries to coach Lou on how to treat women. Connie Haines sings, How Sweet You Are.
After another commercial, the show continues. A knock comes to the door. It’s a man who claims the Lou greeted his daughter on the street, and now he has to marry her. Guess who! It’s Judy Canova.
The jokes about marriage and dating just won’t quit. Judy ends up taking Lou to the preacher. Is there a way for Lou to weasel out of going through with the marriage?