Frank Nelson plays a doctor in this episode from New York. Jack employs an unusual bodyguard, “Killer” Hogan, in case of trouble from Fred Allen.
Frank Nelson plays a radio announcer in this episode where Jack tells the story of how he met Mary Livingstone. Larry Stevens sings “Don’t You Know I Care”.
Frank Nelson plays an announcer in this episode from Palm Springs; Jack’s age is discussed as his birthday has just occurred. Also, Mel Blanc plays Jack’s violin teacher, Professor LeBlanc.
Frank Nelson plays Virgil, the sound man in this episode where because of the wartime change to permanent Daylight Savings Time, Jack docks the cast an hour’s pay.
Frank Nelson plays a dentist in this episode that centers on a dispute between Jack and Don Wilson.
Frank Nelson plays the floorwalker in one of the series’ best Christmas episodes. Jack goes Christmas shopping with Mary; Bea Benaderet plays a watch saleswoman. Sheldon Leonard shows up as his racetrack tout character, and Mel Blanc returns as the salesman who makes the mistake of telling Jack there are two kinds of golf tees.
Wracked with guilt over the turkey he’ll be eating at Thanksgiving, Jack dreams that he’s the turkey. Frank Nelson plays a tour guide at a steak museum (a reference to the unavailability of steak during the war). Dennis Day sings “Say a Prayer for the Boys over There”.
Frank Nelson plays the waiter in this radio episode. When Ronald Colman’s new movie premieres, Jack realizes he doesn’t have tickets to the opening. Mary bails him out, but Jack steps in it again when they and the Colmans go to a restaurant after the movie.
In this episode of The Jack Benny Program, Jack goes to a psychiatrist because he keeps seeing the same annoying man everywhere. Now, who could he be talking about? The guest star is the rapier-witted pianist Oscar Levant.
Jack loses to Rochester at gin rummy and has to do the shopping. Guess who he runs into there?