It’s bedtime, and Rochester reads to Jack about the new movie opening. Did Jack get an invitation to the gala Hollywood premiere? Did his pal, Ronald Coleman forget about inviting Jack? Since Mary has tickets, Jack gets ready as Phil Harris pops in.
Jack has an ongoing battle with his tight collar button, while He and Mary head inside the theater. A travellog features the Hawaiian islands, where Don and the Sportsmen sing the Hawaiian War Chant, with a sponsor flavored message, of course. Wait a minute!
After the movie, Jack spots the Coleman’s as they fail to evade their pesky neighbor. Mary tells how much she liked the film, A Double Life. Jack can’t help but offer his suggestion that might have made the drama more affective. Will Ronald and Bonita be able to shed Jack, as they look forward to a night on the town? Frank Nelson is on hand as the waiter to dish out a little frustration Jacks way. Who’s going to pick up the check at the nightclub? Jack? Really?