After a mix up, George has responded to a telegram calling him Kansas City’s favorite singer. We join him and Gracie on the train. How will George be helping to promote sales of war bonds, and beef production? Gracie relives a moment from their honeymoon in Kansas City, but the moment is cut short when Tootsie and Bill make an appearance.
Learning that Dinah Shore is onboard the train, George wants to tell her all about his status as Kansas City’s favorite singer. Will it burst his bubble to know it was really her who held the most favored status? She sings, I’ll Get By.
Before George can sing for Dinah, the train pulls in, and they settle into the same hotel they had their honeymoon… Or they try to. Bill brags about his dating prowess, and the sponsor product. While George and Dinah go to the theater, Gracie goes to thank the Chamber of Congress for inviting them. She learns the truth about the mix up, but how will she break the news to Sugar Throat Burns? Dinah sings, I Had a Man.
Will she help Gracie break the news to George? Gracie thinks if it were a matter of life and death, he might take it better. The theater manager refuses to help , Tootsie hasn’t had luck with her man hunt… until Gracie plays match maker. Will it become a dire situation for the manager?
On stage, Dinah sings the final bars of, Any Bonds Today? Bill gives the report on how the bond sales went. Encouragements to buy more bonds, and the grand finale… George joins Dinah for a special arrangement of, I Can’t Give You Anything but Love Baby.