It’s time again for another of Eddie’s birthdays, and he has some special guests to help him celebrate. After some teasing from his usual cast, including announcer Harry Vonzel. The jokes on aging, and the gifts that Eddie wants for his special day, Jack Benny joins the fun. Eddie wants to ask him to borrow money for an investment idea. , With the teasing about money and aging is done, Eddie sings one of his classic tunes, Yes Sir That’s My Baby.
Peter Lynn Hayes, the resident comedian on Dinah Shore’s radio show, does some impersonations. Part of the theme is about a radio network Eddie wants to start, and he does a sketch about a soap opera aimed at men instead of women.
Ralph Edwards was known for his Truth or Consequences radio show, and when he shows up, Eddie puts him to some consequences of his own. Before a major food fight breaks out, the show takes a saner note and winds down with Eddie putting in a good word for the March of Dimes. .