Skelton as Freddy the Freeloader is a surprise participant in a fashion show to the exasperation of Terry-Thomas and Nancy Wilson as store employees. Nancy sings "Uptight" and "Music That Makes Me Dance." A grocery store owner must contend with robbers, complainers, and police looking for mobsters.
Guest Roland Winters is a father breaking up son John Forsythe's romance with a stripper. Red mimes a scuba diver's mermaid encounter. Michele Lee sings "Anything Goes." Tom Hansen dancers perform to "Feelin' Groovy."
San Fernando Red finds a rich sucker in a wealthy Montana rancher played by Godfrey. His huge acreage is going bone dry for lack of rain, so Fernando first tries to sell him a rain-making contraption, then they both go up in a rickety airplane to seed the clouds. Red and Arthur do some blackouts, and in the Silent Spot, a medieval painter pleads with a short-tempered King for a commission at the royal gym.
George works for a romance magazine where the boss insists on seeing his married home life, but at the last minute his wife leaves him, and co-worker Berle must pretend he's her. The silent spot shows Red playing Santa on a snowy roof.
Deadeye is up against a tough old mine owner with an even tougher son, and a mine with it's own ghost. In the silent spot, Red's hired off the street to work in a candy shop, where he can't do anything but make a mess.
An English fight promoter gets Bolivar to take Cauliflower to London for a match with his equally punchy boxer.In the silent spot, Red burlesques George Washington, over anxious to chop down his father's cherry tree.