Spike and the City Slickers kick off with, Yukon. Spike relates an incident that happened lately with him in Washington DC. After a quickjoke from the City Slickers, Dorothy arrives to talk with Spike about that recent formal event in Washington. It was an event where Spike performed with Margret Truman.
Dorothy sings, Responsibility. Spike and the City Slickers set the stage for a South Sea paradice as they perform a medley of Hawaiian tunes. Jack Smith joins the fun, and lays on compliments on both Dorothy and Spike. In honor of the upcoming St Patricks Day, Jack sings, Shauney O’Shea.
Joe King delivers the mid show commercial, then Spike is interupted by Georgie Rock, who shares a poem. Dorothy Shea sings, Love is So Terrific.
Doodles Weaver, as Professor Feetlebaum sings the tender ballad, Sonny Boy. At least he tries to in between the jokes and the horse racing.
Medley time: Jack Smith sings, Broadway Rhythm. Dorothy sings, 42nd Street. Spike wraps up with, Give My Regards to Broadway.