Spike salutes the coming of Spring as he opens with Ain’t She Sweet.
Spike is then interupted by a knock at the door by a man who asks for a job. He then introduces Dorothy Shea, and in honor of Spring gives her a special corsage. Spike talks about his former love interest.
Dorothy sings her latest Columbia recording, The Sample Song. Spike and the City Slickers gear up for a musical drama. Spike tells about the players who sing, Slap Her Down Again Pa. An interesting melodrama in the form of a rap. Jan August shares with Dorothy in congradulating Spike on that Western melodrama. They are interupted by a couple of aledged song writers, who give a demonstration of a couple of their writing tallents.
Jan plays his big hit, Avoya Negra. Joe King takes the time to share the sponsor message.
Spike is once again interupted by the fast talking Georgie Rock. He has another poem to share. So flowery, so patriotic,so flattering?
Dorothy sings, Hurray For Love. Doodles Weaver, as Professor Feetlebaum is in his usual fine voice as he presents, Springtime in the Rockies. Gotta love those goofy jokes, and that ever present horse race.
It’s medley time with a tribute to Spring: Jan August plays, Love is Your Magic Spell. Dorothy sings, Blue Skies. Spike wraps up with, April Showers.
PS: Is it just me, or did anyone else notice the irony of having “August” in Spring?