The actual show doesn’t see to exist, but we do have this behind the scenes peek at what a less polished rehearsal looked like.
In this dress rehearsal, Red jokes about Halloween and dinosaurs. There’s plenty of flubbed lines, and asides to the audience when a stand in for Ozzie visits. Harriet arrives to joke about the movies, Hollywood parties, and celebrities. The jokes go longer than normal, before the musical interlude. Its some filler music on piano instead of the usual fully orchestrated number.
Malcolm and his wife argue. Will he be able to keep his story, and symptoms straight when he visits the doctor? Will the injury lead to an operation?
Out west the doctors had it tough with patients like Deadeye, and his stubborn horse. Wonderful Smith convinces Deadeye to have his broken arm tended to. During their small talk and flubbed lines, we learn what kind of injuries cowboys got in the old west. The examination begins, and the treatment could end up with gunplay.
Clem Kadiddlehopper is worried as he’s on the way to see his doctor. What has Clem feeling under the weather? Daisy June tries to help him figure it out this peek behind the scenes does. t. Maybe Clem has too much iron in his blood. The jokes fly about his various symptoms. How will Clem’s exam go?
Extra ad libs,, and missed sound affects round out the final jokes.
Before Junior and his mom have their adventure at the doctor’s office, Red shares a bonus joke with the audience.
Junior first causes trouble with a house painter, eats too much candy, and messes up old family portraits. Mom has had enough, and plans to take Junior to a psychiatrist. Junior has trouble understanding that the psychiatrists exam is different than his usual doctor.
The doc interviews Junior to learn about his dreams, and ideas. Other tests play right into Juniors destructive nature.
Note The audio ends abruptly, but there’s definitely plenty more jokes that probably never made to the final cut. Some not so good, and others probably not up to the censors standards. A diamond that’s still in the rough.