Ann Rutheford hosts a Let Yourself Go night. First, the King Sisters are up to sing, For You. Bob Hope shares his suppressed desire to cast cares away and play a leading lady. Why does Bob have a burning desire to be Lauren Bacall? Jerry Colona adds his outlook on the crazy events. South American baritone, Choo Choo Martinez sings a Spanish version of Begin the Beguine. Or something with a very similar tune.
More suppressed desires pour forth when Gloria Dehavund spends a few moments of girl talk with Ann. Her biggest desire is to be Bob Hope. First, Gloria dedicates a song to servicemen who are serving overseas, Where or When.
Tough guy, Alan Ladd, doesn’t want to be left out of the wierd happenings. Can he prove that he’s as cuddly and vivacious as Bob? Er.. that is to say, Lauren? Alan wants to be Betty Grable. The payoff is a cross gender sketch with the guys showing their softer side, and Ann joining the romantic, comedy as she pretends to be Gary Cooper. Enjoy the fun as the gals turn into wolves and chase after the guys.