The gang portray horses in the Kentucky Derby. Frank Nelson plays a radio announcer.
Jack opens his swimming pool for the season, but there’s a price. Frank Nelson plays a doctor.
In an episode promoting the Heart Fund, the gang gets ready for a trip to New York. Dennis Day sings “There’s No Tomorrow.” Frank Nelson and Mel Blanc are strangely absent from the Union Station, but Jack doesn’t get off that easily, as it turns out.
Liz wants to have an old fashioned Christmas, so she borrows an antique sleigh. Hans Conried guest stars and Frank Nelson plays a policeman.
McGee is told by a scam artist that he’s been selected as a potential man of the year. Frank Nelson plays the man who wants to sell McGee the book listing the finalists.
Bob’s monologue is about a bankers’ convention in Texas. Les Brown plays “You Are My Sunshine”. In a sketch, Bill Goodwin and Margaret Whiting convince Bob to see a dentist. Bob meets Jane Wyman at the dentist’s office and then drives to her house with Bill. Frank Nelson plays a policeman.
The annual Christmas shopping episode has appearances by Artie Auerbach as Mr. Kitzel, Sheldon Leonard as the Racetrack Tout, Mel Blanc as the jewelry salesman and Frank Nelson as another salesman.
To help with the war austerity program, Jack picks up the gang in his Maxwell on the way to the studio. Frank Nelson plays an announcer for a rival show.
Jack returns by plane from a USO tour as the gang waits for him at the airport. Frank Nelson plays a passenger on the plane.
Jack tries to fix his ancient phonograph to listen to Dennis’ latest record, and then he and Mary go to a baseball game. Frank Nelson plays an usher.