Spike and the City Slickers lead off with, Baby Face.
The Spotlight Revue comes from Chicago, and Spike’s monolog is interupted by a City Slicker with a problem with his instrument, or something. Dorothy Shea joins the fun and talks with Spike about playing golf. Even about the birds and the bees, which leads into Dorothy’s song, I’m My Own Grandma.
Mike Wallace salutes the workers of those in the telephone industry, the folks that Spike is performing for tonight.
The City Slickers are back to perform, as only they can, Tschaikovski’s Lonely Harps.
Spike and Dorothy talk about love, romance, and the soap operas. The guest, the Page Cavanaugh Trio, is introduced to talk with Spike and Dorothy about romance matters.
The Page Cavanaugh Trio sing, I’ll Do Anything for You.
Mike Wallace puts in the word for the sponsor. Spike begins, but George Rock rushes in to share his pet frog, and a poem about Spring.
Dorothy sings, Love is So Terrific.
Doodles Weaver, as Professor Feetlebaum, is in fine voice, and in honor of Kentucky Derby Day sings, My Old Kentucky Home. I feel a horse race coming on.
Medley time: The Page Cavanaugh Trio sing, blue moon. Dorothy sings, Am I Blue. Spike and the City Slickers perform, The Blues My Sweetie Gave to Me.