Getting away to the sparkles and spangles of his 8 year old self , Watson tells about the adventure he and Holmes had at a French circus. The excitement fell flat for Holmes, though he shares a little about the illicit background of some of the entertainers.
Mycroft joins the fun, and hears some of Holmes racy secrets about the performers. More friends of Holmes show up. Going back stage, Watson may find himself in trouble.
Will Watson live out a boyhood fantasy? Will a threatening letter mean a mystery is in the works for Holmes? The famous detective will need to act, to clear Dr Watson from a murder charge.
Advised to return to his defense plant job, Cedric still plans on attending high school, and believes his dad can fix anything. It’s a wonderful world as Cedric enters the Jot Em Down store today. Isn’t he late for school? He wants to show off his English paper to Lum and Abner.
His theme paper is a little short when it only contains one sentence, instead of a couple of pages. Abner tries to coach him on adding to the sentence to tell how, and where he plans to spend his day next Saturday. Not just the one sentence to say what he’ll do.
Cedric doesn’t have time to hang around, so Lum decides to dictate a real theme paper. Relying on Abner to jot it all down, the expansive language gets Abner a little confused, but he keeps up with the additions. Will Cedric be pleased with the work of his helpers?
An overview of Ray Bradbury’s new novel. We find a peaceful Martian home, but the complacent lifestyle is interrupted when strange dreams plague the lonely housewife. What does it mean? Can the jealous husband end it all when he takes matters into his own hands?
Later, we find that a raiding party of Earth men find a city that has been laid waste. Is it a time for celebration, or mourning? How did the destruction come? It seems to be the beginning of a new frontier for Earth.
Years pass, and the Martian frontier is booming. Still, trouble looms back on Earth. A family senses the coming danger, and flees to Mars to start a new life. Will others fare so well, or has atomic war spelled the end for humanity?
- Dimension X – There Will Come Soft Rain – Zero Hour. ep11, ep11, 500617 – A story that depicts the atomic ending to this saga, and an additional story of alien invasion.
- X Minus One – And The Moon Be Still As Bright. 560422 – The part of the saga where our space travellers find the vacant city.
A wily old hermit in the Ozarks, feared by the locals for his affinity with snakes, incurs the murderous enmity of a backwoods hunter who thinks his wife is having an affair with the ‘snake doctor’.
–As found on Plotspot.com.2017-08-18
Jumping the gun on his accelerated education, Cedric has quit his defense plant job. He may be facing the draft. For now the gents watch the happy scholars on their way to school. Are they so happy because of their new school board president? Not if you ask Lum.
Lum is worried the young-uns are growing up differently, in a money mad society. He’s even more taken aback when his new ward, Mary wants to change her name already. What? She wants to get married? Well at least to change it so she can sit closer to a boy. Alphabetical seating arrangements you know.
Cedric the high school boy enters. He just finished his testing for the Armed Services, and is pleased with his high standing at being a liability to any of the services, and his 4F rating. Is this something his dad can fix for him as well?
There’s another problem that Caleb might fix. However, Cedric has it under control. He can’t wait to phone Mary to tell her about a problem that his dad can’t fix, but he can, and already did.2017-08-17
A radio production crew work on perfecting a murder scene. What’s wrong with the ending? The scipt has been hacked down, and the disgruntled writer is out to write the perfect murder scene if he has to kill somebody to do it. With his final script done, he calls the crew together for a read through. Mr Avery, Lois, and sound affect tools are lined up.
The writer, Mr Turner, describes in voiceover, the scene setting in his office. Has Lois ever had a close brush with death before? Her account seems to excite and interest Mr Turner. He spills out his plan, and feelings about being crushed as a creative writer, but will Lois be able to detect that his words are more than hypothetical?
The climactic moment arrives when Mr Avery enters. Is the fate of Lois sealed along with her father? Even facing his dead, Avery is still the editor, suggesting a twist to the ending. There’s a struggle, a gunshot, and… the twist ending.
- Keith shares a brief recap of the harried main character in the show, and a tidbit of trivia about how Suspense fares in popularity pols.
- Phil Harris 1950 The Thing.
- Abbott and Costello get a fun, but scary visit from Peter Lorre.
Assigned to Juvenile Bureau. A destructive teenager needs to be stopped from vandalizing the city, and it’s up to Joe Friday to stop him.
On the streets, Joe and Ben interview the latest victim, where details of the break in are told. Checking in at schools, Joe hopes to turn up kids who are known for malicious pranks. Still without much in the way of leads, it’s back to the streets. Checking trash for paint cans, nothing turns up to match the vandalizing.
A lucky break leads Joe and Ben to a timid mom. Is her son involved with the paint,, or the other damage?
Out of the blue, a teen ager enters, wanting to confess. Arnold Waterman claims to have shot a man, but there’s no body. Did he really do it? Mom arrives to tell about her son’s pathological lieing, but one of his lies link him to the spree of vandalizing.2017-08-17
To get away from work, Fibber plans on going to the Elk’s club. Finding uncle Sycamore’s pistol, Fibber wants to take it to be repaired. Alice Darling is impressed to hear about the old indian fighter. Fibber and Molly get confused over masquerades and mascara. Beulah is looking good, and just loves that man. Billy Mills plays, I’ll Get By.
The cops come knocking, but is Fibber jumping to conclusions regarding bad news? They’re just selling tickets to the ball, but soon take an interest in uncle Sycamore’s pistol. Mr Wellington pops in with word from the fire department. The nosey cops proceed to go through the McGee’s valuables until Harlowe Wilcox arrives to pitch the sponsor.
The gruff, nosy, and unlikeable cops try to force Fibber to open his closet, then The Kingsmen sing, Old Dan Tucker.
Usually eager to bicker with Fibber, even Doc Gamble seems to take sides against the cops. Will they sell any tickets? Will Hogan obey Molly’s command to stop wearing his hat indoors? Will they ever get Fibbers closet open? Beulah saves the day when the truth about the cops comes out.