Bud Abbot takes Lou Costello to Madam Lazonga’s school of dance for a few lessons. Lou tells about having an accident. Word play and insults fly, but Lou gets his speedy lessons anyway. Doing his best to part Lou with his money, Bud also convinces Lou that e’s in the wrong with bad behavior.
Bonet Venuti sings, St Louis Blues. In their movie studio, Bud and Lou perform their version of Columbus discovering America. Lou gets confused over the tide and weather. When the king arrives, Lou misunderstands what the king wants when he makes him first mate. The queen’s beauty aids also get Lou confused. Nautical terms add to the confusions as Bud and Lou tour the shipyard. Fast forward to arriving on land, and making deals with the natives.
Peter Van Seetin plays, Louisiana Purchase. Fashion designer, Nancy Barton, shares fashion tips with the guys. Costello tells about his own dress making abilities. Is his wife really as big as he makes her out to be? Topics return to dresses and fashions, parties and food, manners and etiquette.
Harry Vonzell helps Bonet sing, Meet the Sun Halfway.