The gang serves up more movie parodies on "The Early Early Show". The lineup includes a spoof of the 1931 gangster epic Little Caesar, with Archie as Edward G. Robinson and Dilton Doily as George Raft) (who wasn't even in the original film).
The Funhouse "Trashathon" sets out to clean up America, despite Reggie's "help" and Coach Cleats' leap over a row of garbage cans. Big Ethel uses a glider, a backpack propellor and an ancient roadster in her campaign to ensnare Jughead.
Archie, Reggie and Moose perform a death-defying seesaw act. Artist Jughead paints a picture of Reggie with a few surrealistic embellishments. The "Little Archies" give a bath to Mr. Weatherby's dog Fluff.
Archie encounters several kinds of trouble when he answers an old-fashioned telephone. Mr. Weatherby gives a lesson in paddling a canoe. Jughead imagines himself at sea on a whaler, in pursuit of "Mopey Dick."
It's Laurel and Hardy redux, as Archie and Moose try to deliver a balky piano up a steep hill. Later, Archie films an old-fashioned melodramatic movie, with Betty tied to the tracks by Reggie, and Jughead running the train--without brakes.
While Jughead performs a running gag with a fire hose (which looks more like a rope!), Mr. Weatherby demonstrates how to pitch a pup tent, a painting of a kite springs to life, and Reggie dreams of being a fearless elephant hunter.
Archie tries out a talking photo machine, but the results are hardly to his liking. Outside the Fun House, Professor Jughead gives a skiing lesson, and later tries to elude Big Ethel as she attempts to capture him with "the old tiger-pit trick."