Being the first broadcast outside the USA, Don plays up the national resources of Canada as he introduces Jack. Members of the Royal Canadian military are recognized as Jack talks about his warm welcom, and tribures the people have shown him. Mary enters to tell about her cousin in Canada, and about their tour through the country. What secrets will she tell about Jack? A language barrier shows up when a French speaking man appears. What did he say anyway? Dennis Day tells about meeting the King, and the generosity of the Canadians. Before Dennis simgs, a Norwegian aviator contributes to the language troubles that Jack is having.
Dennis sings, You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To. The cast recognize Jack’s birthday. Just how old is Jack? He manages to doge the question, and Mary over exaggerates it just a little. Canadian, Alan MacIver is the guest bandleader. Jack drops a veiled joke directed at Fred Allen, then tells about his latest film, Washington Slept Here.Jack gets one more birthday wish before the band plays, Canadian Follies.
Mary shares a poem, Here’s To Canada. Jack’s writer, Bill Murrow appears, claiming to be an Eskimo with a message. Rochester phones in to tell about trouble with Jack’s plan to earn a dime before time runs out.
her trademark yodeling.
Being an AFRS presentation, a medley of tunes follows to fill in time that might have went to commercial time slots.
Perry Como and Betty Hutton – I Love You a Bushel and a Peck