At the end of last week’s show, Jack fired the Sportsmen. Can he justify himself to the sponsor on his decision? Will his contract with the quartet support Jack’s case or not? Phil Harris tries to share aword of encouragement. Dennis Day sings, O But I Do.
Can Jack get some help from Dennis, Don, or Phil to form his own quartet? Will Jack be so disgusted that he’ll quit radio? Mary and Jack leave the studio, and Mel Blanc is a telegram delivery boy who auditions with a variety of voices. The telegram is one from Fred Allen, and a word on changing employment. The band plays some travelling music, a medley of swing tunes.
Rochester drives Jack in the Maxwell. From it’s rough start to falling parts, the old car is a mess. A pair of old ladies, Martha and Emilie, watch and admire Jack as he drives by. At the Sportsmen’s house, will Jack be able to reconcile? The give a medley of tunes in responce as they negotiate a new salary.
Afterward, Jack gives a pitch to give aid to the Greek War Relief Fund.