After the opening sponsor words, Red enters to talk with Truman about the recent blackout. The confusion on the streets, with celebrities, and at parties. Aserious topic of excitement I’m sure, especially only a few days after Pearl Harbor.
Red switches to taking dancing lessons. Ozzie enters to tell about his dancing experience. Harriot pitches in just enough to open the door for more dancing jokes from Red.
Ozzie lays out a tune, and sings Rancho Pillow.
Harriot shares how Red has a hobby of building model railroads. It becomes a sketch for Clem Kaddiddlehopper and Harriot as Daisy Doo, to get ready for a date. Clem is a track switcher for the railroad, and talks to Daisy about his job, and mistakes that he has made. Not to mentions demonstrating a new mistake or two.
Next Junior the Mean Little Kid, and Harriot, his mom, is on the train. Junior amuses himself by playing cowboy, and hassling passengers. It’s getting late, and mom tries to tuck Junior in for the night.
Ozzie is back to play, Steamroller Seranade.
After Truman Bradley delivers the commercial, the show continues. Wonderful Smith is a red cap who calls out the train stops. Red is a man who is in a hurry to catch the train. He keeps missing the train, but to pass time, he becomes more and more drunk. Will he ever catch that train? maybe.
Ozzie plays into the closing comments and commercial.