Rochester helps get Jack ready for a date with Mary. T hey talk about Jack’s musical career as a concert violinist, or at least the one he might have had. Phil and the band play a few bars of travelling music, and we find Jack at Mary’s house.
The pair go to meet with world famous violinist, Isaac Stern, then go to find their seats for the show. Frank Nelson is an usher who gives Jack a hard time as he takes him to his balcony seat. Ronald and Bonita Coleman are spotted in the audience, and we eavesdrop in their conversation. Will they be bothered by Jack? Will they acknowledge him as he tries to get their attention?
Mary defends herself against an unwanted flirtation, then Isaac Stern takes the stage to play. Ah… so that’s what a real concert violinist ought to sond like. Listen to enjoy a mini concert of classical music. A Mendelson Concerto. Jack is overly vocal in calling out encores. Afterward, a mix up finds rRonald Coleman with Jack’s overcoat, and a private look at Jack’s addressbook. Also, the winning entry of the I Hate Jack Benny contest is read. ?
Larry Stevens sings, Stars in Your Eyes.