In this renowned episode that began the 1949 season, the cast are introduced via a bus tour through Beverly Hills. Dennis Day sings “Younger Than Springtime”. Frank Nelson plays the bus driver.
When Liz and George find that someone’s been ordering ice cream from the milkman every day, the trail leads to their new neighbors and their ten children. Frank Nelson guest stars.
Jack decides to build a house in Palm Springs. Frank Nelson plays the construction supervisor, and guest star Frank Sinatra plays a carpenter. Dennis Day sings “Serenade Of The Bells”.
In a show originating from Palm Springs, Jack tries to get Eddie Cantor to rent his house to Jack. Frank Nelson plays a waiter.
Humphrey Bogart is the guest star; Frank Nelson plays Virgil, the sound effects man.
Dennis gets into trouble when a newspaper reporter puts words in his mouth. Frank Nelson plays the reporter. Dennis sings “There Ought to Be a Society” and “You Were Meant for Me”.
The cast does a take-off on “The Egg and I”, and Frank Nelson plays a real estate officer.
Mary and Rochester help Jack pack for his trip to New York. At the airport, Jack finds the usual torment, including the racetrack tout, and Frank Nelson at the information desk.
Rochester drives Jack to the doctor for an exam, as the sponsor is taking out a $2,000,000 policy on Jack. Guess who the doctor is?
After arguing with his PR man about not wanting to do crazy stunts on his upcoming tour, Jack goes with Mary and Rochester to buy a suit, where he meets the racetrack tout (Sheldon Leonard). Frank Nelson plays the tailor.