First show of the 1954 season. Flashback to a behind the scenes moment in Jack’s dressing room. He remembers his start in vaudeville at the age of 19, which is true. He remembers his reasoning for breaking into radio, then on into movies. Which both are sort of true accounts. He talks about his flop of a film, the Horn Blows at Midnight.
Rochester stops in to give a shave. Don steps in to tell about an emergency dentist visit. As Don and Jack go to talk with the Sportsmen, he pauses to talk about the band. The band and the Sportsmen do a special number for Jack to the tune of Blue Skies, but called Blue Eyes.
Next, Jack goes to see if Dennis made it to the studio yet. He makes a phone call, but he has to get past the operators first, as they talk about their Summer vacation skin diving. Dennis arrives, and tells about the latest with his mom and dad.
The rehearsal of the skit begins, Jack’s version of the hit film, Garden of Evil. A tale of two men bound for the gold fields of California, but ending up on the coast of Mexico. At a restaurant, Jack talks to Mel Blanc who has the classic one word replies, “Si”.
Suddenly, a sultry woman enters, who needs Jacks help. He goes to help Dennis, who is trapped in a mine.