The Peter VanSeetin singers open with, Margarita. Fred Adlibs about his 67 page script and the warm weather.
Town Hall news includes: a new flea extermination service. The latest fad in wedding cerremonies, marriage by telephone. The mini drama demonstrates how wrong numbers might complicate things. Other Townhall news topics include: Congress, politics, the New Deal, and beavers all come together for a little fun at the mercy of Fred. Babe Ruth starts new duties.
The Merrymacks sing, Sidewalks of New York.
Peter VanSeetin plays some transitional music as the show continues. Limehouse Blues. Fred interviews the puzzle editor of the Boston newspaper, Art Molger. They share a few words of their old stomping grounds in Boston. Art tells how he got started, and about the business that has spread across the country with puzzle contests. Fred and Art tell what kinds of puzzles are at the top of the fad at the moment. Celebrities from movies and radio shows are hot topics. Other aspects of the biz are discussed.
Town Hall Quartet sing, Jonah and the Whale.
After the midshow Station break, Portland calls on Fred and shares the latest about mama. She complains about how porrly Fred is looking. Portland thinks Fred looks drawn, like a cartoon.” Good line.
As the gang pitch in to tell Fred how bad he looks, it may be time for a vacation. The cast suggest where Fred should take his vacation, when conveniently two men have stopped in to talk to him about checking in at their resort. The argument over going to the sea, or the mountains ensues.
The Merrymacks sing, Down by the Old Mill Stream.
Peter VanSeetin plays, as his singers sing, There’s Honey on the Moon Tonight. Wow, and I thought that stuff that just dripped on my head came out of that bird that just flew past. Go ahead, lick it off for me. Oh, I forgot, this isn’t the Eagle episode, must be honey afterall.
The Mighty Allen Art Players perform a drama related to Fred musical production house. Fred reads mail in responce to his films he distributes. Fred deals with his tallent as he shoots out letters and telegrams. Directors, musica scores, prima donna actors, and more. O, the things that Fred sacrifices for show biz.