Fred Allen hosts, and chats with Ken Carpenter about an Elks tooth. Portland Hoffa enters with a word from her family, and her mom who is working for defense contractors. Ginny Simms sings, Come to Baby Do.
Ginny talks to Fred about the housing shortage, and difficulty in finding a room to stay in. Fred flashes back to a scene in a hotel, and the hard time he got when trying to check into his room. Making a phone call to get help, Fred phones Rochester. Can Fred stay over while jack is out of town? Martha Mears sings, The Little Guy Who Looks Like You.
Fred and Portland introduce Academy Award winner Paul Lucas. Fred talkds with Paul about acting, and Freds new movie that he’s making. A short love scene gets a laugh, due to its absurb homosexual overtones. Fred makes fun of daytime serials. After a spoof commercial, a melodrama ensues. Portland joins in as Fred’s wife, and Paul is their son. What wierd twists of love will wind its way through the heartgripping scenes?
Ginny Simms sings, How Deep is the Ocean. Fred shares a parting word.