- Bing sings, Me and my Gal.
- Trudy Irwin, girl singer, is played up to be Bing’s niece in a brief comic bio.
Uncle Harry Lillis (Bing) is the one who discovered her beautiful voice. Fast forward to how she got her big break.
- Bing and Trudy sing, Constantly.
- The Charioteers sing, Night Train to Memphis.
- Bing and Trudy do a sketch based on events in 1924, that leads into another duet:
- Bing sings, Sweet Little You.
- Victor Borge arrives to talk to Bing about the hotel where he’s staying, his act, traveling, and patriotism.
- Victor shows off his unique blend of classical and humorous piano playing.
- The Charioteers sing, Stormy Weather.
- Bing sings, Brazil.
Note: Trudy Irwin often sang with Bing, and was born in 1918, which meant that whole bit they just did set in 1924 would have found her being only 6 years old. She really did get her first big job with Kaye Kaiser in the early 1940’s, and sang for NBC on a wide variety of radio programs.