The Glads write and sing a song about preventing pollution. Fran tells Rod how they are doing something worthy. Rod takes the challenge and writes a speech about keeping Larchdale clean. Everyone congratulates him on a fine job. As he walks away saying he hopes they learned something, he throws his papers on the ground.
Fran turned down Rod and is going dancing with Danny. Danny feels bad about things he said to Rod and wants to apologize. He finds Rod and says he's sorry but so does Rod. They both say they started it and then get to arguing about who really started it. Eventually they tangle and Danny comes back to Fran all beat up and announces he feels better because now he nor Rod can taker her dancing.
After complaining about the boys music, Mr. Didit decides to play around with some Beethoven but can't get anything right. He is on his last sheet of composing paper when his writing pen explodes onto his violin. He twangs the ink off the violin and it goes onto his last sheet of paper. The boys come home as Pops is calling it quites. They find the music (really a bunch of blots) and turn it into a big hit.