Jack, Mary, and Rochester are late driving to the program broadcasting from the Terminal Island, California, Roosevelt Navy Base. Dennis sings "My Ideal", and plans to change his name to Dennis Hasenpfeffer. Mary and Phil sing a duet of "You Have To Talk Me Into It, Baby." Jack tells how he enlisted in the last war.
An insane professor is dishonorably discharged from the faculty after being responsible for the suicide of one of his students, and plans to seek revenge by blowing up the chapel during commencement ceremonies killing hundreds.
Metropolis has been terrified by the appearance of a giant mechanical man that climbed from a sewer in the center of the city carrying a woman in it's grip. Later, Clark Kent and Mr. White discover where the monster is kept, and Superman arrives in time to render it harmless.
A man named Danny is walking to a pool room to try and collect on money owed him, but has an accident in the heavy fog along the way, loses his memory and runs off. Later, the man who owed him money is found shot dead, and after Danny regains his senses, believes he's guilty, because of a witness.
When Watson pays a visit to a retired Sherlock Holmes at his bee farm, Holmes learns that the local rectory has been broken into and ransacked, but nothing stolen, and later a chemist has been murdered in his shop, and again, nothing taken. Holmes soon discovers that Professor Moriarty is responsible, and plans to betray England to Germany.
Starring Tom Conway and Nigel Bruce as Holmes and Watson
Jack talks about his vacation, not-quite-in, Palm Springs. Kenny Baker sings, "Heaven Can Wait." Jack gets mad about the part he has in a film with Phil Harris, so Rochester drives Jack and Mary to Paramount Studios to complain, and gets in an accident.
Jimmy introduces his old vaudeville partners, Clayton and Jackson, for their first appearance on radio, and entertains with songs and jokes. Victor Moore talks about the new pet shop he just opened. Jimmy and the gang travel the country to survey small businesses.