The Merrymacks open with a song, You Can’t Rush Me Off. Fred and Harry Vonzel joke about the show moving to Hollywood. The rest of the cast join with the teasing about living arrangements. The News of the Week begins with a salute to Hollywood news, but with interuptions, it never quite makes it.
Will Fred ever get a joke in? A mom with her spoiled child actor, Orson Rooney interupts. The part of Orson is played by Walter Tetley. The Merrymacks are back to sing, Ezekiel Saw the Wheel.
Portland joins Fred to tell about the latest from her mama, and the sightseeing trip of Hollywood they enjoyed. Fred takes time to poke some fun at Jack Benny, and the film they just made together. Fred interviews Jack Boyle, a Hollywood animal trainer. Amid sharing secrets of providing animals for the movies, he shares a secret about Jack Benny, and the filming of his film, Buck Benny Rides Again. Betty Jane Rose fills in for the absent Win Murray and sings, Exactly Like You.
The question of the week finds the panelists taking the stage. A man from New York City who is a graduate student in California. A private secretary from Hollywood. A movie actor. They answer the question concerning whether a driver must also pass an IQ test along with their eye, physical, and driving tests. The Merrymacks sing, Take Your Girl to the Movies.
The Mighty Allen Art Players present a hillbilly courtroom drama, The Judge Was a Vegetarian. Walter Tetley returns to play a hillbilly kid who tells jokes on his pa. The hillbilly and rural jokes flow freely.