Jack prepares to leave by train to emcee a charity football game in Texas. Frank Nelson plays a newsstand clerk.
After getting fired, Dennis gets mixed up with oil swindlers. Frank Nelson plays an employment counselor.
Jack and Mary go to see a talent agent who may be able to help replace the Sportsmen. Unfortunately for them, Frank Nelson is the head of the agency.
Liz tries to talk George into buying a TV set. Frank Nelson plays a neighbor.
After lunch at the drugstore, Jack tries to listen to the Indy 500 on the radio. Frank Nelson plays a radio announcer.
The movie “Northwest Passage” is parodied in a sketch. Frank Nelson narrates the sketch.
Jack gets a massage and takes a date to a French restaurant. Frank Nelson plays the masseur.
After Jack chews out the cast, they run into Eddie Cantor at the drugstore. Frank Nelson plays a waiter.
Liz plans to surprise George at his horseback riding club by learning to ride herself. Frank Nelson plays a sporting goods merchant.
Rochester helps Jack pack for another trip to New York and a stay at the Acme Plaza. The usual hilarious mayhem transpires at the train station, including Frank Nelson as the ticket agent.