Mike was pacing back and forth in the lobby of Carnegie Hall, where he would be performing his piano solo. His brother, Frankie, had become a lawyer in law school. His adoptive mother, Aunt Eunie, got married to Mr. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Potter, the maid and gardener of Aunt Eunie's house, were visiting their daughter and grand children in Atlantic City. Talking about reservations to eat roasted beef, ice cream, and cake for Mike making it into the Empire Philharmonic. Friedrich Schmidt as his conductor, Mike talked to Frankie about working for him to legalize papers for his uncle and father. Turns out that when he fell out of the tree, he only got the breath knocked out of him, and slipped into unconsciousness.