In Jack’s house, he has a complaint about Phil’s band. Will Phil get the point after Jack reads him a few letters from annoyed fans? Mary arrives with wacky word from her family, then she and Dennis get ready to go on a date. Don phones, and the Sportsmen sing to Jack over the phone. Despite not being heard on the show, they still create a, “Wait a minute!” moment for Jack.
r some traveling music, Jack relaxes in his library with a book. He becomes engrossed in the book, I Stand Condemned. The story starts with Jack on death row, and Frank Nelson is the warden. Jack goes into voiceover to tell the warden how he got to death row. Boris Karloff is a man who makes Jack a proposition for making great wealth. Over time, the mysterious stranger keeps adding to Jack’s prosperity, then moves in with Jack and his family. What are his three boys names anyway?
Despite the unending flow of money from Boris Karloff, Jack’s wife leaves him, and his sons run away. What’s the secret behind the money? The struggle leads to murder, and we find ourselves full circle, back in the death house. Is there any hope for Jack?