Jack goes to a dentist (Frank Nelson) for his toothache. Nelson’s character isn’t as acerbic here as he would later become, but there are hints. Peter Lind Hayes plays Fred Allen in a dream sequence.
Guest Georgie Jessel relates the story of Jack’s life. Jack’s actual birth year of 1894 is mentioned, a rarity for the show – though the assertion is made that that was 39 years ago. Frank Nelson plays a doctor.
The gang’s adventures before the show are heard. Arthur Q. Bryan plays the sponsor and Frank Nelson plays a reporter interviewing Jack about his recent trip to Brazil.
As Jack prepares to leave for New York to do his first television show, Dennis asks to borrow $50,000 to start a candy business. Frank Nelson plays a ticket clerk.
To promote the scrap metal drive for the war, Jack donates his Maxwell to a scrap dealer. Frank Nelson plays the owner of the salvage yard.
Jack celebrates his 15th year on radio and then tries in vain to tune in the World Series. Frank Nelson plays an announcer.
In the first show of the final season on radio, Jack tries to figure out why the show isn’t going out on the air. Frank Nelson plays a studio engineer.
To help beat the high cost of living, Gracie decides to write and produce a play. Frank Nelson plays a butcher.
All the men in the cast are having trouble with women. Frank Nelson plays a laundryman.
Rochester tries to wake Jack up after a five-week military base tour. Frank Nelson plays a radio announcer hawking Sympathy Soothing Syrup.