Gearing up for the Christmas season, the weather, and rain, is the topic. Not to mention Santa in a nudist colony. Jokes on gifts turn to Bob’s relatives who are in jail. Bill Goodwinjoins the jokes on wrapping Christmas gifts, Christmas Seals, and more. The Six Hits and a Miss sing a swinging medley of carols including Santa Claus is Coming, and Jingle Bells.
The long running comic strip had recently come to life in the movies with the film, Blondie. The actors who brought the characters t to life are on hand, and in character to bring Dagwood and Blondie to Bob’s show. After introductions, a scene from the Bumbstead home is presented, full of puns, word play, and the kind of comic strip characters found in print and the movie. Skinny Ennis sings, Night and Day.
Bob brings his intrepetation of the hit song, Old Man Mose is Dead. Bill joins him in a leaking cabin, full of dogs and cats. Looking for a new house, Bob meets a mosquito salesman, and has a visit to a haunted house. Topics related to spooks, ghosts, graveyard humor, monsters, phantoms, and more. Midnight finds the witching hour bring the show to an end.