The opening monolog pokes fun at the housing shortage, politicians in the upcoming election, and happenings with the royal family. The Page Cavanaugh Trio sing, I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now.
Flying Disks are all the rage, and Jack jokes about the sightings. He interviews people to tell what they saw in the skies. a factory worker tells about a sea serpent he saw. Will Harold get a refrigerator for his troubles? A woman tells about a dating opportunity in watching the skies for UFO’s. A psychiatrist claims the fad is all a halucination.
Visiting relatives, and their children get the focus. Jack goes into a routine of revealing the secret thoughts of the adult host, and the visiting, trouble making, child. Walter Tetley plays Jack’s nephew for the mind blowing scene. Trudy Irwin sings, I Believe In Wishing Wells.
Jack talks about the violence in kiddie programs. Will nursery rhyms need to be changed, to examine the psychological side of them? A sketch is presented to retell the story of Jack and Jil for a modern audience. Jack finds himself in the police station, being given the third degree. Will he crack? Does he know a dame called Miss Muffet? Is there proof he murdered Jill, to win the affections of the tuffet sitting dame? A flashback reveals a dramatic confession. Just why did Jack and Jill fetch a pail of water? Justice comes when Jack does the right thing, and returns to the hill.
Note: That bit about the man who expects a refrigerator for his efforts of appearing on the radio are very similar to the same bit done by Mel Blanc on the Jack Benny program. Mel’s version is funnier, because the writers take it to a lot more detail. The persistence in getting the fridge, the way the matter works out, and he even has a funnier name to play around with.