Fred is joined by Kenny Baker, Portland Hoffa, and more as the Texaco Star Theater kicks off another show. The Town Hall singers open with a harmony tune. Fred talks with his announcer Jimmy Wellington, and Kenny Baker about the cold weather compared to sunny California. The Texaco News of the Week presents stories about poets who were in town to be awarded. Various characters present poems from prisons to clothes to double talk, and delicatessens. Kenny sings, May I Never Love Again.
Al Goodman transitions with a Nursery Rhyme Medley. Fred talks with Portland about Jack Benny, and their guest, June Bradey. She is a 16 year old singer and impersonator. She sings, So You’re the One, and styles it as though various celebrities might sing it. Wow, she’s good.
After another musical transition, Fred jokes with Al, and Kenny about the flaming hot music tonight, and about water for putting out fires. . Kenny is way ahead of his time, selling water. Next, Kenny gets involved with selling souvenirs for the Worlds Fair. Kenny sings, Endearing Young Charms.
Fred gets involved with the Hatfield and McCoy feud. The Texaco Players perform a courtroom drama, Mountain Justice. Judge Allen tries to put that case to rest, solves a murder case, a dispute between farmers about chickens. Witnesses parade through to offer their goofy outlook on the cases.