A special doubletalk introduction is offered by Lou Holtz. Jack, Phil, and Don express how sad they’ll be at the close of the season, and being off the air for the upcoming 13 weeks. Mention of the war in Europe is touched on. Phil and Don are amazed that Jack doesn’t know anything about current world events. Audio fades for a moment, then is back as Jack puts Phil to his own little quiz of intelligence. The bickering between the guys is ended when Mary enters, and the discussion turns towards fashion, and leads into a poem about the seasons end.
Phil plays and sings, Couldn’t be Cuter Than You Are. The cast talk about Kenny being gone on his cruise to England, and Jack talks about his vacation plans.
After Don’s commercial, Mary sings, Says My Heart. Andy Devine joins the fun to share his vacation plans to Hawaii. Jack throws a farewell party, and invites the cast to his house. First he needs to phone Rochester to give him a heads up. Rochester manages to share secrets on Jacks domestic life as the party plans are made. Jack talks with his Chinese cook, Swing High. When plans fall through, Jack springs for a party at the Trokadero. Who says Jack is a stingy miser anyway?
After the closing commercial, Jak gives thanks to the writers, plugs a recent article in Radio Guide, then with Mary they introduce the Summer replacement show.