Feeling left out, Jimmy Wallington introduces Fred, then wants to have more to do in the show. Fred lets him in on the News Reel segment and tells how they find their stories to focus on for the week. Fred features the weather from across the country. Try as he might to show Jimmy the humor in it all, Jimmy doesn’t get it. Cops, kids, siamese twins, and even a military recruiter pitch in. Kenny Baker sings, Adios.
Al Goodman transitions with, Melody in F. Portland joins Fred to complain about Kenny. He has been seen in the animal cages at the circus. Fred wants Kenny to stop his dangerous career, but the singer explains how easy the circus job actually is. Win Murray sings, Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina.
The Texaco roundtable assembles and includes a man from Danville IL who is in broadcasting. A woman from Toronto who is a masseuse. A New York man who runs a shoe shine stand in Fred’s theater. The question: Does the thoughts of a man actually turn to love in the spring? Kenny sings a Neopolitan Medley.
After a hard day at work in the donut factory a man wants to relax by sitting in front of the radio. Fred and his mighty art players spoof the kinds of radio shows that populate the airwaves. Our hero in the drama tries to do in real life, the things he heard on the radio. The radio got our man into his mess, now he turns to it to get him out of it. Of course, he learns the hard way, and humorous way, that life isn’t the same as the imaginary world of entertainment.