Everyone in Jack's neighborhood is going to sleep, except Jack, because he can't find is pajamas. Rochester tells Jack that all of friends are playing golf on Wednesday; Jack says if Rochester wants a day off, all he has to do is ask; Rochester asks, and Jack says no.
Unable to sleep, Jack gets up and practice his violin at 2 AM, waking up everyone in the neighborhood. The police are called and Jack is arrested for disturbing the peace. He's thrown in jail in downtown Los Angeles; they didn't take him to the jail in Beverly Hills because he didn't have a reservation.
While in jail, Jack talks to a drunk man who is celebrating his 25th wedding anniversary, and two men who think Jack is a safe cracker. Rochester arrives and Jack orders him to find a lawyer. In the meantime, Jack is placed in a police lineup. Rochester returns with Frank Nelson who was on the street corner sitting behind a desk. After a few insults, Jack tells Frank to get lost; he'll defend himself.
In the courtroom, the judge is in a bad mood because someone kept him awake all night with his violin playing. Jack breaks down and confesses that he robbed a safe.
That night, while getting ready for bed, Jack still can't find his pajamas.