Audio has a little tape hiss, but is otherwise good. Broadcast from historic San Fransisco, Don announces that other ageless wonder… Jack Benny. It’s his final day performing his stage show. Mary enters to comment on Jacks new glasses, and tease Jack about an incident he had with a cable car. The gang all tell about the dsites in town they’ve enjoyed. Jack seems to be an expert on the mint. Dennis Day rejoins the program after being sick. How did he get rid of those butterflies in his stomach? In honor of Mothers Day Dennis sings, Your Mother and Mine.
Bob Crosby tells how he got his start in San Fransisco in the music industry with Anson Weeks, then branched out on his own. Will Jack have any trouble in getting train reservations home? Jacks writer, George Balzer makes a cameo to read the part of the train representative. The Sportsmen sing a sponsor message to the tune of, Chinatown.
California’s Lt Governor makes an appearance, and pokes fun at Jack’s stingy nature. Can he help Bob with a problem? Does Don Wilson really carry a lot of weight around in town as he has been claiming? Rochester phones in to tell a little about his sight seeing, and that he had to defend his boss and his violin playing.