- Bing gets patriotic in supporting the war effort by kicking off with the song, Get On The Road to Victory.
- Bing pitches the glories of the WAC (Women’s Army Corps) in relieving men in adminuistrative jobs to go to to the bbattle fronts.
- Ukie tries to get Bing to let him sing. Will he at least convince Bing to let him accompany the crooner on his next record?
- Bing sings, I’ll Be Home for Christmas.
- The Charioteers sing, You’re Nobody’s Sweetheart Now.
- Lucille Ball jokes with Bing, and tells about the success she had on her war bond tour. She resorts to her native Brooklin accent to present a play about bank tellers. She helps Bing and Ukie set up their accounts.
- Rolling the clock back to 1926, Bing presents a memory, Mine Alone.
- Bing sings, Sunday, Monday, or Always.