After the opening note of dischord from the orchestra, a typical feature in these early shows, Jak turns to joking about current events. Bing Crosby, Ghandi, and Hollywood celebrities are all victims of the humor. Jimmy Greer and his band plays, My Middle Name is Love.
The show has apparently moved to Hollywood temporarily, and this is the last performance before going bak to New York. A murder serial has been the theme, and tonight finds us with another installment of it. Other shows in the mystery are lost to history, but I’m sure that as usual for Jack, it doesn’t matter since each stand on their own. Jimmy Pinkerton sings, A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody.
The audio gets a little hard to hear, but in general is fair. There are plenty of puns, and word plays that are typical mystery spoofs for Jack and his cast, often leading to a punch line to pitch the sponsor. Will Sergeant O’Hare get his killer? Not before the ban plays a musical interlude or two.