Fred adlibs with announcer Harry Vonzel, and bandleader, Peter VanSeetin before offering the news in review. Topic is about the recent heavy snowfall as Fred talks to a street cleaner, a cop, and Mrs Noosebaum. Poet, Thorndyke Swineberg has a poem about the snow. The audio gets snipped as the Merrymacks sing their song.
Portland joins Fred to talk about a dog show, then introduce a little girl who plays the xylophone. After girl and mom are interviewed, she begins to play, but the audio is snipped. Win Murray is to sing a song, but it is also snipped. What’s the matter, doesn’t the transcriptionist like music or something?
Fred has his audience panelists take the stage. A music copyist, a hostess from a gypsy teacup, and a Vice President of the Kitchen Bouquet company spend a few moments with Fred. They all answer the question: Should men who are bald, or losing their hair, wear a toupee?
The Mighty Allen Art Players perform, The Missing Cat.” When a lady in an upscale, high society penthouse is missing her pampered kitty, she calls for One Long Pan. As the detective jokes, and tells puns, he gets to the heart of the mystery, and discover the real problem behind why the cat went missing, and where it went to.