Leading off with jokes on horse racing at Santa Anita, Bob includes topics of losing at betting, pickpockets, trouble finding parking, and more. After Bill Goodwin announces the night’s guest, Skinny Ennis is accompanied by the Six Hits and a Miss to sing, Could Be.
Bill Goodwin helps with more jokes on losing at the horse races. Patsy Kelleygets in some thin jokes at the expense of Skinny Ennis, to which Skinny enters and defend his muscular manliness. Patsy reads a letter from home to critique the cast.
That young star, soon to be seen in the Wizard of Oz, Judy Garland enters to croon to Bob, It Had to Be You. Bob is speechless to meet his fan face to face. The two compare notes on having crushes. With so many other handsome men in Hollywood, why did she have to pick on Bob? Will Judy’s broken heart ever recover? To pick the spirits back up, Judy belts out, Franklin D Roosevelt Jones.
Bringing you his comic look at the popular song hit, I Have Eyes, Bob and Bill joke about being a spy. Patsy is the receptionist of the spy agency, where men have numbers instead of names, and sultry dames from exotic places come calling. What sort of danger, mystery, and intrigue will Bob find at the embassy? Craziness ensues when Jerry Colonna is the ambassador.