Audio quality is excellent.
The phone lines are busy at 79 Wistful Vista. Fibber is celebrating, and wants to invite all his friends over. What makes him the luckiest person in town? Nobody can make it, so the McGees plan on stepping out. The new cook for the Tupe’s arrives, but Beulah tells how she came to the neighborhood. After a quick run in with the hall closet, Fibber leaves, and Billy Mills plays, My Heart Stood Still.
Downtown the McGees talk about the Boogie Woogie music played in the clubs. A Doorman tries to advise the McGee’s to go elsewhere. Down the street, Alice Darling tells about her date, and night clubbing. The club hopping finds Harlowe Wilcox pitching the sponsor.
Will the Pelican club be the perfect place? Uncle Dennis spots the McGees and tells about his time in ordering a meal at the clubs. The Kingsmen sing, Deacon Jones.
Who knew there was so much night life in town? Doc Gamble is surprised to see Fibber out so late, and gets sentimental over his laundry. Will the McGee’s ever get to go dancing? Will Doc have advice on getting a good meal?
Fibber jokes about old vaudeville friends. What ever happened to good old George Burns and Gracie Allen?
Note: This is the first appearance of Beulah, who often got unusual reactions from the audience at her appearance. Considering the black house servant was actually voiced by a middle aged white man. Beulah would eventually move from a regular, to spinning off into her own radio show.
Also, the club doorman is the same character who last week delivered a box of flowers, and claimed to be going into the Army the next day. It’s really Bill
Thomopson who would be drafted before long.