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.”
Guest Ed Sullivan helps with a running gag in which Jack is really an impostor named Maxwell Stroud. In a sketch, Jack runs a hotel. Frank Nelson plays a man who thinks he’s Napoleon.
If Liz and Iris can slim down to the same dress size they wore ten years ago, George and Rudolph will buy each of them a whole new Easter outfit. Frank Nelson plays a floorwalker.
The events just after last Sunday’s show are revisited. Jack’s guardian angel appears again, and Frank Nelson plays a drugstore clerk.
Jack is late to the show after oversleeping. A flashback shows Jack and Mary at the Santa Anita racetrack the day there was a big winner. Frank Nelson plays a pickpocket.
Jack’s performance last week with Joan Crawford on the Screen Actors Guild Theater is discussed. Frank Nelson announces the opening of the show, as Don is at the drugstore across the street with the cast.
When Gildy unexpectedly drives his car to Fairview, he accidentally switches to someone else’s car along the way – one filled with explosives. Frank Nelson plays a highway commissioner.
In the annual Christmas shopping show, Jack buys an expensive wallet for Don before exchanging it for a cheaper one. Frank Nelson plays the floorwalker, and Mel Blanc plays the harried clerk.
Jack hears a commercial for Sympathy Soothing Syrup and heads to the drugstore, where he meets Frank Sinatra.
The Sympathy Syrup routine was a running bit spoofing the then-current commercials for Serutan, which made a big deal of spelling the name backwards. The Sympathy Syrup routines always got a big laugh; Frank Nelson plays the commercial announcer.