Jimmy Wallington and Fred discuss a recent event on the quiz show, Truth or Consequences. Portland has a few words of her own to share on the topic. Jokes abound over the power radio holds over world events and pop culture.
The question of the day for Allen’s Alley is on rationing while dining out, and the affect on morale. Mrs Noosebaum shares her thoghts. Falstaff shares his poetic inspiration. Timera sings, You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To.
Portland and Fred tell about some trouble in getting a guest for the show. Oscar Levant enters to joke about the demise of his musical career. Is he having regrets over appearing on stage at Carnegie Hall with Jack Benny? What other career options are open to Oscar now?
To cure Oscar’s sudden dread of the song, Love In Bloom? Fred plays it on his clarinet. Fred and Oscar begin plans to write a symphony based on commercial jingles.