George is feeling down after his recent failures in politics and music. Gracie tries her best to comfort him before the postman visits. How does the mail carrier maintain his exuberant, cheerful demeanor? Elsewhere, the Kansas City Chamber of Congress is meeting. Though they intend to send a telegram to their favorite singer, Dinah Shore, an address mix up finds it delivered to George.
Jimmy Cash sings, Amour. Still finding it hard to believe that he’s Kansas City’s favorite singer, George is on cloud 9 as he sings. Of course Bill Goodwin wants to go along… and pitches the sponsor product. Tootsie Sagwell arrives to hear the good news. Will George let her go too, and look for a man? According to Gracie, it’s where she and George spent their honeymoon.
Felix Mills and the Swantettes perform, The Doodle Bug Song. Looking in at the real favorite singer of Kansas City, Dinah Shore, gets a phone call to invite her to sing. With George’s head so far in the clouds, he doesn’t recognize what’s going on around him at the ticket booth at the train station. With travel restrictions in affect, George has trouble with his reservations.
Back home, Gracie tries to smuggle Tootsie into her luggage. Not to be held down, George sets out for Kansas City on his own.
In epilog, Bill shares a parting word, in light of D-Day, to keep giving kitchen fat to the war effort. Gracie and George make an appeal to keep buying war bonds, especially in light of the invasion news.