Jack complains about not having energy, although Don marvels at the things that Jack has been able to do through the season. Phil joins the fun to talk with Jack about each other’s looks, and grooming. Mary has a secret to tell about Jacks undergarments. Kenny is a bit perky when he tells how exhausted he is. Jack “Cowcatcher” Benny tells about his long eyelashes he had as a kid. Somehow the goodlooking conversation turns into a commercial.
Kenny Baker sings, Let Me Whisper I Love You.
Jack plugs Kenny’s upcoming film that he’ll be working on. He’s going to play the Macado. Whatever that is. Jack tries to define it for the cast, but I don’t think he knows either.
As he tries to put in a good word in honor of Father’s Day, Jack is interupted by Andy Devine. Andy has news about a beauty contest and his pa. Jack finally gets to his play, Back Home in Indiana. Jack and Mary are Pa and Ma, while Phil and Kenny are their sons. And Andy? He gets to play their daughter.
Phil plays some transition music, What Do You Hear from the Mob in Scotland.
The play is meant to honor Father’s Day as ma and pa talk about their children. The jokes flow freely as the kids tell of their success in life. Jack manages to slip in a joke about his rival, Fred Allen. Petunia has a special surprise for old pa.