Lucy tries to arrange a match between a love-starved old lady (Bea Benaderet) and a giddy grocery man (Edward Everett Horton), but in her efforts to play Cupid, Lucy gives the grocer the idea that she has a crush on him.
Lucy takes a job as a babysitter for a pair of mischievous twins. Their mother asks that Lucy be in a talent show with the boys and, if they win, she can keep the prize money. Lucy and the boys sing with a little dancing helped by a pet frog.
Lucy finally finds what she believes to be the perfect solution for getting into show business. After Ethel gives her a book about psychological diseases, Lucy pretends to suffer from numerous ailments so that Ricky will feel sorry for her.