With the war years over, the meat shortage is also over, a topic that dominates the introduction, and opening jokes by Jack, Don, Mary, and Phil. The gang do a short bit to spoof Fred Allen. Jack remembers his old vaudeville days before the telephone operators field a call as Jack tries to reach Rochester at home. Listen in for a glimpse at a hot date between Jack and Gertrude. Dennis sings, The Whole World is Singing My Song.
Jack introduces the play, a spoof of the Whistler. First, a little more fun with Gertrude and Mable, and the Sportsmen are on hand to give Jack a hard time. Will Jack love their commercial this week?
Instead of a whistling mystery man, Jack is the Fiddler. he plays by night, and looks in on otherwise happy people, but has a knack for tossing a wrench in the works. Mary and Dennis are a happy couple who enjoy breakfast together, and look forward to a visit from their mother in laws. Can the Fiddler do anything to break up their happy home? Phil is the iceman, and love interest for Mary. They decide to make a plan to kill Dennis. Will there actually be a murder, or will the Fiddler get a little surprise of his own?