Entertaining for Army troops, Jack and Don layer on the military related jokes, and those related to military customs. Phil Harrisshows his humorous side as he talks about his new nightclub. Mary arrives and shares a letter from her mom, and word on the beautiful Spring weather. Through it we learn that Mary has been voted the best dressed woman in Hollywood.
Larry Stevens sings, but the number gets cut. Jack gets his dander up when he thinks Fred Allen is in the Hallway, but when it’s Alan Ladd, will Jack be so tough? After a little audio glitch where Phil’s tune is snipped, Jack gets ready for one of his murder mysteries. Captain O’Benny deals out the parts, and right after Rochester phones in to tell about a car accident, the play begins. The Woman in the Window, or… It’s a Good Thing the Venetian was Blind. Alan Ladd pitches in as the hard case who Capt. O’Benny has to hunt down amid a flurry of zany jokes from the voice tallents of Frank Nelson and Mel Blanc.