Features regular, Frank Morgan, bragging about his musical ability. Meredeth Willson performs, Whistle While You Work. Baby Snooks does a sketch about telling time and daddy shaving.
Jack Benny drops in to talk about Robert Taylors appearance on his last Sunday’s show. Robert comments that he noticed the respect that Jack’s cast gave him. Jack continues with suggestions to improve the Good News program.
The shows tenor Alan Jones sings, My Heaven on Earth. Jack talks about his own tenor, Kenny Baker, then meets the cast. Meredeth Willson plays, Rosalie. Frank Morgan is back to talk about a Turkish bath, and his athletic ability. Jack jokes about who the top comedian is, and the band plays into the mid show commercial and station break.
To start the second half of the show, Jack is still at his improvements. Maureen O’Sullivan gets in on a few of the jokes, but Robert Taylor is losing his cool. After kudos are given for the latest film Robert was in with maureen, A Yank at Oxford, jack tries to get in a violin solo. Meredeth Willson cuts him off with a song.
A drama short written just for the show is performed. An Epilog to Love, about a blind woman who is comforted by an old flame who she doesn’t know is also blind. Alan Jones sings, Falling in Love With Someone.
The cast have been annoyed by Jack and under the premise of meeting Myrna Loy, Meredeth sends Jack to Fanny Brice’s dressing room, where they do a comedy bit. After a little adlibbing, and invoking the name of Fred Allen, Jack gets back to the script.
Next, and to wrap up the show is the Concert Hall feature with, Cellies SerenadeRobert gives some closing words with a little help from Jack.