To open the show, Bob jokes about various TV related topics. TV sets, antennae, programs, and sponsors. The scene changes to spy on Bob at the movie studio, where he goes about his typical day making a film with Dorothy Lamour. Jokes range from make up, to love scenes. And of course Bing Crosby gets picked on.
Peggy Lee is on hand to sing, Be Anything but Be Mine. Bob shifts into a sketch where he is a vicious sea captain. Then Bob puts on a Scottish accent to pretend to be atight wad who wants to get married. A quick spoof of the film, Death of a Salesman is put on.
As a finale, Bob heads to an old time salloon where Peggy Lee is a dancing girl. The two put on a song and dance number.
The Irish Tenors. Hark the Herald Angels Sing.
Lum and Abner. As part of a 1946 Special, Night Before Christmas.