The opening number is: Row, Row, Row. Dorothy Shea and Spike talk about his night club that he plans to open. Dorothy sings her hit, Making Love Mountain Style. Spike’s band sings, There’s no Business Like Show Business, complete with comedy dialog. Dorothy and Spike resume their conversation about starting their night club before introducing Berl Ives. Berl sings, It Takes a Worried Man to Sing a Worried Song. Georgie Rock excitedly asks Spike about a compass. Dorothy sings, Gotta Saturday Date. Doodles Weaver aka, Professer Feedlebaum attempts to sing, Chicago My Kind of Town. Berl Ives returns to sing a medley of romance songs with Dorothy including, I Wish I Was Single Again, and I’ll Not Marry You. Spike wraps it up in his own style. Dorothy has trouble with her closing words. Host Myron “Mike” Wallace signs off with the closing ad.