Host is Bob Hope, who whips out jokes about Springtime, military life, and the womens college next to the base. then he is joined by his pal, Bing Crosby. If you listen, Bob calls Bing by his real name as the jokes about Bing’s kids kick off.
Bob plugs his latest book, I Never Left Home. Bing sings, Swinging on a Star.
Bob introduces that famous exotic dancer of the burlesque halls, gypsy Rose Lee. Bing joins in for the joking, as Gypsy talks about her literary career. The jokes run close to the censors borderline, but the fun switches to some of Bob and Bings usual banter as Gypsy leaves and Betty Hutton enters to sing, Six Foot Pete The Boogie Woogie Man.
Betty talks with Bob about her Hollywood movie contract. She then gets in some good jabs as Bing and Bob as they try to take her on a date.
Bing sings, Long Ago and Far Away.
A drama in the schoolroom takes place. Betty and Gypsy are a couple of boy crazy girls, Bing is the teachers pet, and Bob is just a trouble maker. They tell a classroom story in song snippets. patched together with a dialog of jokes. The show ends up with a medley of tunes from Bing.