On the road, the gang broadcast from Chicago. Norman Berry substitutes for Don Wilson. Doing a rigorous schedule of 8 shows per day, Jack talks about the fun he has been having in the brisk Chicago weather. Mary and Jack talk about their welcome to the city. What to people in Chicago think about Waukegan? Dennis tells about his accomodations, plays into some running gags, then sings, Little Mother of Mine.
Dennis is always forgetting something, this time a crossed wire about taking the subway. Mr Kitzel enters to tell about his own sight seeing. He just can’t get away from troublesome relatives. Is Phil taking advantage of the art museums in town? Is he improving his culture? In honor of Mother’s Day, the cast share what they gave to their mothers,
then the Sportsmen make their appearance. They convert that classic Mother’s Day tune into a sponsor message, M is for the Many Ways.
Jack has some complaints about his dressing room, and shares about his problems. The jokes build into some plugging his upcoming appearances. Marjorie Reynolds, an addition to the stage shows, pops in with her own complaints about Jack. A prop mishap doesn’t keep Rochester from phoning in with troubles of his own, and updates about Jack’s accomodations.