The feud with Fred Allen is growing, and the cast keep digging on Jack about his violin playing. Is Jack’s childhood photo proof enough that he can play well? The gag about a new year greeting at the door continues once more, then Kenny sings, The Chapel in the Moonlight.
Playing up a big time golf moment, Jack has a man who was hit in the face with a divot dug up on the winning stroke. What else does the man do besides get hit in the face with grass and dirt? Jack introduces the 11th chapter of Buck Benny. Will it be the final one? Phil Harris plays, Lady Be Good.
Ride along with Buck as he meets up with his deputies, and Daisy. Will this be the day that Buck and Daisy marry?Here comes pappy now for a round of drinking jokes. Andy Devine comes a courting Daisy, but her decision has to wait. Cactus Face has been sighted again. What awaits at the end of the long, tough trail? Phil plays some travelling music over the radios they have installed on their horses. Good thing Buck speaks Spanish, or they may never find Cactus Face.
PS: The man at the door with the continuous New Year greetings is actually one of Jack’s writers. Also, Jack hasn’t done a lot in recent years related to topical humor from the news. Apparently at this time, the golfing incident was something that actually happened, and got some news coverage. Just the crazy thing that Jack might jump on.