To get rid of his new neighbors, the Fosters, The Kingfish (Tim Moore) uses the nocturnal wails of a young baby left in his care for a few days. The Fosters, who have borrowed everything, including some of The Kingfish's clothes, are driven to distraction. After the baby is finally returned to its parents, The Kingfish has Algonquin J. Calhoun, (Johnny Lee) acquire a sound-effects record, from a radio station friend. Calhoun and Andy (Spencer Williams) meet up at The Kingfish's apartment to play the record, which also happens to include other sound effects (for Andy to mistakenly play), such as the howling of wolves, an elephant (!) and barnyard chickens; (pretending to be the baby's doctor, Calhoun: "Sounds like a classic case of the chickenpox to me!") . The landlord ultimately serves an eviction notice after the complaints, but (guess who) not to the Fosters.
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