Jack and Mary go to see a talent agent who may be able to help replace the Sportsmen. Unfortunately for them, Frank Nelson is the head of the agency.
Liz tries to talk George into buying a TV set. Frank Nelson plays a neighbor.
After lunch at the drugstore, Jack tries to listen to the Indy 500 on the radio. Frank Nelson plays a radio announcer.
The movie “Northwest Passage” is parodied in a sketch. Frank Nelson narrates the sketch.
Jack gets a massage and takes a date to a French restaurant. Frank Nelson plays the masseur.
After Jack chews out the cast, they run into Eddie Cantor at the drugstore. Frank Nelson plays a waiter.
Liz plans to surprise George at his horseback riding club by learning to ride herself. Frank Nelson plays a sporting goods merchant.
Rochester helps Jack pack for another trip to New York and a stay at the Acme Plaza. The usual hilarious mayhem transpires at the train station, including Frank Nelson as the ticket agent.
Jack tries to watch wrestling on TV. Frank Nelson plays a TV announcer.
Boris Karloff guest stars in a spoof of suspense radio shows. Frank Nelson plays a warden.