Bob “Happy News” Hope tries out a couple openings for this rehearsal show. Topics include the opening of baseball season, the draft board, night games, and flubbed lines sets him back a little. Bob jokes about his pitching, and ball playing ability. Picnics, traffic, black outs, gophers, ants, and more are topics. Crap games, and cow pastures, round out the outdoors theme.
Francis Langford sings, How Do I Know It’s Real. Bob talks with Francis about their outfits, and other topics of style, fashion, sailors in town, and upcoming tours of military bases. Francis talks about how cheap Bob is, and the two joke about rationing, travel expense, and getting ready for the tripShe tells secrets on Bob’s house, and a sign he hangs on it. Vera Veg joins Bob to joke a bout the sailors, defense, flirting, kissing, being old, being on the radio, and more. Rationing and scrap drives included the metal tubes that toothpaste, shaving cream, and similar products came in, and jokes related to scrap metal with them are featured.. Topics turn to Bob’s latest movie with Madeline Carole. Vera is interested in renting Bob’s house, and they discuss his furnishings. What kind of man would Vera like, if she could ever capture one? Maybe Jerry Colonna would make good husband material for her. The battle of the sexes becomes wacky and insulting. All manner of jokes related to love, marriage, and social topics abound. Skinny Ennis is backed up by the Six Hits and a Miss to sing, Somebody Else Not Mine.
Love has come to the program as Jerry falls for the charms of Vera Veg. The wedding is set to take place in the home of Bob Hope. Francis helps Bob with preparations. Jerry phones in to tell a bout his own preparations. How does the blushing bride look in her dress? Marital jokes involving rings, giving the bride away, cold feet, love nests, and more are included
When Jerry wants to elope with a bubble dancer,, it takes some temptation to get him back to Vera, and the wedding. More jokes on marriage, proposals, married life, kids, ceremonies, honeymoons, and others lead up to the big ceremony.