Bob “Easter Parade” Hope jokes about all manner of egg jokes from coloring them, to chicks, hens, and more. More Easter topics include bunnies, gifts, the parade, but a flub has Baffled as he works out his timing. Celebrities, styles, girls in slacks, lilies, and more. Open toe shoes, furs, military fashions, zoot suits, and clothes shopping. Traffic, defense plants, victory suits, women’s hats, dresses, and more.
Francis Langford sings, I Don’t Wanna Walk Without You. Glamour girl, Brenda Marshall joins Bob to complement each others looks. Topics include fashion, clothes, shoes, the parade, tattoos, photographers, taxi’s, neighbors, eggs, housing shortages, and more. Movies, actors, compliments, love scenes, leading men, Sweetie Face, and more. After a flub, the talk and name dropping of celebrities continues.
Bob compares the styles between James Cagney, and Charles Boier. Will the French style help Bob on his date with Brenda? Maybe the tough guy type will win more points as Bob portrays James Cagney. Dating, fighting, kissing, fashion, dancing, nightclubs, and more. Skinny Ennis is joined by the Six Hits and a Miss to sing, Breathless.
Finding himself in jail, Bob has Skinny Ennis for his lawyer. What if the roles were reversed? What if Bob tries to break out? How does a lonely prisoner pass his time? Will Skinny’s correspondence course in law do the trick for Bob? Cliches of prison pictures abound. Elsewhere, Brenda complains to Francis about the dirty deeds that Bob has done. The girls describe the mishaps across the court room between Bob and Skinny. Judge Jerry Colonna presides. The judge is harsh on the cases on the docket. Will Bob stand a chance in the face of Jerry’s wackiness? When Brenda takes the stand, the men of the court are putty in her hands. Its up to Bob to take the stand in his own defense in the verbal sparring and confusion from Jerry.