Hosted by Ginger Rogers. She introduces Frank Sinatra who sings, Embraceable You. After he made a successful appearance on an earlier Command Performance program, Mel Blanc returns. This time with his friend Arthur Q Brian. More commonly known as Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. They do a brief bit from one of their popular Warner Brothers cartoons of the time.
Alice Faye reads from the mailbag then sings, They Always Pick on Me. Ginger is back to talk with Ed “Duffy’s Tavern” Gardner. She puts him in contact with Frank Sinatra to see if he can be convinced to sing in Duffy’s Tavern. After some remarks about Ginger behind her back… if you know what I mean. This is a show directed at the military man, but it is radio after all, so it’s still family friendly.
Frank reads from the mailbag before he sings, Night and Day. At a mailbag request, Ginger presents sounds from home. This time the sound of baby chicks. Alice Fay returns to sing, Alexanders Ragtime Band. The show wraps up with a few motivational words from Ginger to all the troops all over the world.