Jack reads a letter from Mary, who is missing. Phil and Don learn about the guys she has flirted with on her trip, and an encounter with Fred Allen. Jack tells how Fred cheats at cards. Kenny introduces his giggly girlfriend Nina. Phil Harris plays, Melanchollie Baby.
Phil jokes with Jack about the horse races. A detective with a dialect shows up with Jack’s violin. Now he can finally play the Bee. Kenny sings, The Night is Young and You’re So Beautiful.
Making an elaborate build up for his violin solo, Jack is interupted by Andy Divine.
The big moment the nation has been waiting for arrives, and Jack tunes up for Schubert’s, The Bee. Get ready to be amazed. With only a little lapse into ragtime, he plays it pretty straight. Phil plays some transitioning music, Panamania. A final phone call from Mary in New York has Jack ready to take the gang on the road and meet her there. He even accepts the charges for the long distance call, quite the departure from his miserly character.
No music. Keith makes a quick comment on some of the history behind the podcast origins, and the original Retrobots, then Those old fashioned Retrobots introduce the show with a word on the feud between Jack Benny and Fred Allen.