Jeannie is annoyed when Diane Rodney, a friend of Tony's returns to town, determined to resume their old relationship. As a result, when Jeannie runs into Roger, while driving Tony's car, she accepts his invitation to dinner. Unaware that Jeannie is Roger's date, Tony instructs his friend in the fine art of courtship. Later, when Jeannie tells him she doesn't know her date's name, Tony begins to worry. When Diane arrives, Tony drags her all over town searching for Jeannie. The two couples finally meet at a nightclub. Alone with Jeannie, Tony demands she return home. Jeannie tells him she is going to listen to Roger's records. At Roger's apartment, Jeannie wards off all his attempts at romance. She leaves shortly before Tony pounds on the door looking for her. Tony points out to Roger all the mistakes he would be making if he married her. Convinced, Roger admits Tony has saved him from making a fool of himself. Jeannie is overjoyed by Tony's concern for her. Tony replies that, after all, he is only human.