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Breakfast for Connie is another of Miss Davis surprise concoctions, but our favorite English teacher has to report to school for a special staff meeting. Principle Conklin is reluctant to include Walter Dentin, and his daughter Harriot, but applying democratic principles, meaning if you vote with his opinion, it passes, an assembly under the flag pole is to honor the mayor. In addition, Connie is to see that all the band instruments are polished. She recruits Stretch Snodgrass to help see the job is handled.
How will Connie break the news that the instruments have all been ruined? Stretch’s new girlfriend, Suzy Prentice, abuses the language as she tells her troubles to Miss Brooks. Maybe Mr Boynton will be able to help? He plucks a tune out on his ukulele. In vaudevillian style, he sings, Somebody Loves Me. Connie proves she can hold her own in joining him.
Meanwhile, Stretch and Suzy try to fix the trouble he caused. He knows about some special instruments he can use.
With the students all lined up, the band is ready, and here comes the mayor. The honors are well intended, but the comic explosion is about to blow Conklin’s blood pressure through the roof with a tribute worthy of Spike Jones.