With election returns looming, Bob jokes are flavored with politics, and politicians of the day. Promises, polls, voters, and more. In 1938, the elections would be for congressmen, not the presidential election. Other seasonal topics relate to deer hunting, moose, bear. and various hunting mishaps. Skinny Ennis enters with a punch line about hunting bear. The Six Hits and a Miss sing the Johnny Mercer football tune, Jamboree Jump.
Chico Marx gives Bob a hard time about having to play piano, and keeps wanting to go home. Jokes turn to the new house Chico just built. Chico plays his own rendition of Hungarian Rapsody. The whole time, telling jokes to Bob. Football,Groucho, Harpo, and more topics pepper the instrumental. Skinny Ennis sings a Larry Clinton hit, My Reverie.
Based on the hit tune of the day, Bob jokes about Beating Around the Mulberry Bush. Girl troubles, breech of promise, seeking legal helping more. In the court room, Chico plays a lawyer, Reviley. With Jerry Kolonna as judge, there isn’t much hope for Bob, but the jokes are non-stop.
Note: Mentioned in jokes include: Sally Rand, an exotic dancer. Reviley, a character Chico played in a show with Groucho.