Announcer is Joe King.
- Spike Jones and the City Slickers play, Somebody Stole My Gal.
- Spike jokes about New York, where the show is coming from this week, with a little help from Georgie Rock.
- Dorothy Shea comes out to talk about the train system in the city, and carnegie Hall. She sings, Will You Treat Me in the Style in Which I’m Accustomed.
- Spike is back to introduce the City Slickers as they perform, Ballerina.
- Spikes dog from last week’s show makes another appearance to learn a new trick. Buddy Clark joins Spike and Dorothy so the dog can show that he can both speak and sing.
- Buddy Clark sings, I’ll Dance at Your Wedding.
- Announcer, Joe King, delivers the commercial.
- Spike is interupted by a quick joke from the City Slickers, then
- Dorothy sings, Along Came Bill.
- Doodles Weaver, as Professor Feetlebaum is in his usual fine voice as he sings, I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover. Gotta love those jokes, and what about the horse race?
- It’s medley time. In honor of Washingtons birthday, the theme is about telling a lie. Buddy Clark sings, Little White Lies. Dorothy sings, They Didn’t Believe Me. Spike wraps up with, It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie.