Bob opens with a birthday wish for Fibber McGee and Molly. He turns to jokes on housekeeping, and all manner of cleaning jobs. Bill asks Bob for a much needed pay raise. The Six Hits and a Miss sing, the Hutsa Song.
Hedda Hopper joins Bob to tease him about his fashion sense. After the reference to the Easter Parade, Hedda gets to pitch the sponsor from her show. In her capacity as a gossip columnist, she gives advice on girls to Bob and Bill. A flashback finds Bob as a bashful boy, asking advice for the lovelorn. What romantic tips will she give to Bob? Skinny Ennis sings, Sentimental Me.
Bob and Skinny tease each other about their dating preferences. The song, Lazy Little Daisy, becomes the topic for a comedy drama. Jerry Colonna is a dress maker, while Bob runs an outlet of ladies garments. Jokes on girdles, lingerie, furs, hats, and fashion humor. Brenda and Cobinna show off their figures as models. Hedda Hopper is back to dish out more fun on fashion, and dating.