Red talks with the cast about a film he’s working on. Harriot teases him about the screen test, and the love scene she almost had to do with him. Did he ever do that kissing scene? Ozzie and Harriot sing, I Really Like You.
Dead Eye tries to make a good impression. With a mix of modern 1942 humor and old West mishaps, Dead Eye has trouble with his horse. In town the bowlegged cowboy finds a fair damsel to protect. Will his bravery dealing with a staged robbery impress his new found girlfriend?
Clem Kadiddlehopper tries to impress his gal, Daisy June by taking her to the movies. He has to compete with Butch, who is big and strong as an ox. What special talent does Clem have in hopes of winning Daisy June away from Butch?
Ozzie and the orchestra play, Strictly Instrumental. After a commercial break, we join Junior the mean little kid. Ozzie plays his dad, Harriot plays his mom, and Junior tries to impress his dad’s boss. Family secrets are shared, and manners are enforced. At least as well as they can be. Will dad get that promotion?
The Mills Brothers 1935 Don’t Be Afraid to Tell Your Mother
Also Retrobot host, David reads a letter from a listener.