Arthur Godfrey introduces Fred with a quick joke at Jack Benny’s expense. Fred keeps the feud going with a few more Jack Benny jabs. The news of the week, and the March of Trivia features the meat shortage and rationing. How are people dealing with the crisis? The creative solutions are sure to provide a few minutes of comedy. Falstaff Openshore enters with his poetic slant on the matter, with his poem titled, Cut Down on Meat Toot Sweet. Jane Fisher is the guest vocalist, and she sings, Daybreak.
Portland joins Fred to tell her plan to join the Waves. To welcome their guest, Roy Rogers, Fred and the gang try to practice talking Western style. Roy talks about his popularity, and his squeaky clean cowboy image. Will Fred join Roy’s rodeo? What does Roy think of the big city life? Roy sings, Gay Ranchero.
The Texaco Workshop Players put on a Western drama where Cactus Face Allen visits the salloon with the news that he’s to marry the lovely Jennie Suggs. Little does he know that Jennie is now spoken for. Now Pretty Boy Rogers has to face down the gnarly Cactus Face for the hand of Jennie. They do the only thing that’s “Far’ and squar’.” Don’t miss the action at the big square dance where dancing, shooting, and manners win the day.