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.
Jack has the gang over to open his swimming pool for the season. Frank Nelson plays Jack’s doctor.
Jack heads for the train station to travel to New York for a television show. The usual suspects are at the station, including Sheldon Leonard, Mel Blanc, and Frank Nelson as the ticket agent.
The gang’s upcoming trip to Jack’s hometown of Waukegan is discussed. A sketch based on “Hound of the Baskervilles” is performed. Frank Nelson appears in the play.
The guest star is Margaret Whiting in the final show of the season. The entire company is introduced, including Frank Nelson.
Just after V-E Day, Jack claims credit for the victory in Europe; Mary gets a Mother’s Day call from her mother. Jack heads to his vault and then the train station for the next show in San Francisco. Frank Nelson plays the information clerk.
The gang eats at the drugstore across the street from the studio. Frank Nelson once again plays Virgil, the sound man. Dennis Day sings “I Remember You”. Later, a play Don has written is performed.
Jack returns to the show after a five week absence, and Frank Nelson plays Jack’s doctor. Dennis Day sings “We Mustn’t Say Goodbye.”