Jimmy wallington teases Fred about being physically fit. The News of the week features Springtime. in New York. The parade of characters get poetic as topics also include views from street workers, the upper crust, and city politicians. Kenny Baker sings, Rondezvoux in Rio.
Portland joins Fred to joke about Kenny changing his name. It’s Kenny’s effort to add class to his act, as he tests the operetic waters. will this be his big chanced to get his own show, and be the center of attention? Kenny even gets a good deal on a new suit for his new image. The Martins sin, O Dear what Can the Matter Be.
Al Goodman transitions with a song, Rhythm in Red white and Blue. The Round Table segment includes: a soup distributor from Flatbush, a woman from Jackson Heights, and a boy radio and stage actor, from New York. The question is deals with child discipline and is, Should children be spanked Kenny sings, Celia, a song from the Merry widow.
The Texaco workshop Players present a play, the wedlock Society. The spoof play begins right after a spoof commercial. Fred interviews married couples in a game show format. Spoof prizes are given after each couple share moments from their wedded bliss.
Note: in Jimmy’s teasing Fred about his physical condition, Jimmy is said to be 210 lbs, and stands 6ft, 2in. Fred implies that Jimmy is fat, but when I was at peak of condition in my much younger days, I was 210, 6ft 5in, and I can garantee there was little to no fat. I suppose it depends on the person though. These days I weigh in considerably heavier. Oh well, all things come to pass.