The boys of the Beaver club compare notes on what they got from trick or treating. As the kids keep comparing notes, they tell secrets about Jack.
When the gang arrives at Mary’s house, Jack parts company, and goes in for a visit. Mary and Jack talk about the article that appeared about him in a recent magazine issue. Hooking back up with the Beavers, Jack’s recurring echo makes a comeback. (The echo, which only he can hear, has been plaguing Jack since the beginning of the season.)
Jack eavesdrops at Dennis Day’s house to listen to a conversation between him and his mom. Dennis sings, Honey Wait for Me.
Jack tries to impress the kids, and scare a pedestrian, who turns out to be Mr Kitzel. He talks to Jack about his wife, going to the movies, and his small apartment.
Next stop, Phil Harris, where the Beavers pull a prank on his trash cans. Phil invites them in, and shows off his old photo albums. The Beavers go to Dons for a treat. As the kids wait outside, Jack goes in to hear the Sportsmen sing a scary Halloween tune.
Jack parts company at the end of the evening, and the show. Then on the way home, Jack has an idea for one last treat. Hey, it’s worth a shot.
Note: Early in the show Jack mentions getting Strongheart for trick or treating. Strongheart was his sponsor for his television show.