George is pleased to get a deal on his cigars, then becomes the butt of cheap jokes from Gracie. The cigars are to pass out, and win votes for the local office in city government. The radio brings news that singer, Jimmy Davis sang his way into office as the governor of Louisiana. Can George croon his way into politics too? As George sings, his new, annoying neighbor keeps tapping at the window to get him to shut up. Wait, or is the tapping encouragement to have George keep blowing the dust off his vocal chords? Bill Goodwin helps Gracie pitch a promotional picture, and it only costs a dime.
Will George be elected if he can convince operatic baritone, Lawrence Tibbets, to let him sing in his place in the Hollywood Bowl? First Gracie needs to locate Lawrence, but she doesn’t realize he’s the new neighbor. Whoever old leather lungs is next door sure has Gracie thinking her hubby can sing better. Lawrence has had enough, and complains to Bill Goodwin about George’s voice. Mix ups lead Gracie to think that Lawrence is a barber who needs singing lessons from George. The truth comes out. and Lawrences sings Cole Porter’s hit, Night and Day.
Though he doesn’t want to give his concert over to George, Lawrence agrees to let Sugarthroat have a part in it. Which of the high opera songs will be given up to George? Since George doesn’t know the songs, Gracie thinks up another way to get in a word to elect George for office. Getting in on the gag, Bill Goodwin even tampers with some lyrics to pitch the sponsor.
Will this be the end of the tampering with the arrangements? Will George win his election? Getting tossed out of the Hollywood Bowl probably would be a bad thing for him.