Audio is somewhat overdriven and buzzy. It’s the season finale, and the cast get ready to pass the torch to the Summer replacement. The News of the Week is on Broadway plays. Learn how the recently declared war will affect things. The parade of characters offer spoofy ways the Summer theater season could be affected. Falstaff Openshore shares a poem, How Shall Falstaff Say Ado. Kenny Baker sings, Tangerine.
Portland joins Fred and tries her hand at telling jokes. Kenny joins the fun, and topics turn to borrowing money. Judy Canova enters and talks her country lingo to the city folks as she and Fred swap stories of their vaudeville days. How did she get her start in show biz? What’s it like in Judy’s hometown? What proposition might Fred have for Judy? Listen and find out what it’s all about. Is there a Hollywood team up, or some other project for Judy and Fred to collaborate on? Judy sings, with a little help from Fred, I Ain’t Got Nobody. Kenny Baker sings, Always in My Heart.
Tallented students have performed in competitions, and the top student is introduced on the show. She talks with Fred about her experience in the contest, then about her major, and life on campus. Dorothy sings, My Hero.
Fred has a couple guests, a couple of his voice actors who pose as studio execs and torment him with vacation stories. What crazy mishaps will they come up with? Will their suggestions give Fred some ideas for his own vacation? All the cast, both regulars and Judy get the chance to share their goodbyes for the season.