Louie boards the luxury steamer Manhattan to Germany, which is the closest thing you could get to a Disney cruise in 1936.
On the ship, Louie eats so much that he gains twelve pounds.
At the Olympic Village, Louie rooms with famous athlete Jesse Owens and gets to mingle with other athletes and Hitler Youth.
Yes, we said Hitler Youth.
Hitler is really excited about Germans rocking the Olympics, and German nationalism is at all-time high.
They're not the only competitive ones though, and Louie has to deal with people dashing in front of him and throwing elbows during his runs.
Despite the fisticuffs (which cause him to come in seventh place), he breaks a final-lap record in the Olympic 5,000, running his last lap in 56 seconds, a feat which entitles Louie to a brief visit with Der Fuhrer.
After the Olympics are over, the Olympic Village is transformed into military barracks (and its designer, Wolfgang Fürstner, hangs himself).
Back home, Louie sets his sights on the 1940 Games in Tokyo.