The announcer for program is Don Wilson with Jack Benny as MC. Don tries to explain that Jack has a split personality. Cass Daley sings a humorous tune. Marlene Fingerle and Arthur Schutt perform a piano duet. Eddie "Rochester" Anderson calls Jack and tries to get the night off. Alice Faye sings "Alexander's Ragtime Band." Jack gets upset with Don and walks off the program, and encounters his alter ego.
A hoodlum named Eddy deserts the army to join up with a black marketeer in China. The pair are finally apprehended but while attempting to escape, Eddy deserts his partner and tries to make it to a hideout, and when he arrives, no one will give him shelter.
The Sisters sing "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy." Curt Massey sings "I'll Buy That Dream." The Sisters sing "Put That Ring On My Finger." Guests Abbott and Costello perform their famous "Who's On First" skit. Patty and Curt Massey sing "Soon." Curt Massey, Vic Schoen and the Ambassadors, along with the Andrews Sisters, perform "Along the Navajo Trail."
The News of the Week presents poets from all walks of life. For Boy Scout Week, Fred interviews an Eagle Scout. The Mighty Allen Art Players present a play about a financially desperate Allen Airlines.
Charlie has written a Valentine's Day poem for Dale Evans. Charlie has put an ad in the paper to find his real parents, and consults a psychic to learn about his them. Bill Tompson brings news from Flageria. Bergen wants to buy a new house, and has asked Charles Ruggles for help, who tries to sell him a haunted house.
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A couple returns from a European trip to learn that the tenant that was living in their country home is dead, the home in shambles, and soon learn that supernatural forces are at work that now threaten the homeowners.
Kay Francis promotes War Bonds. Charlie asks Bergen to explain short wave radio. Bill Thompson is leaving to appear in a western movie in Flageria. Charlie and Irene Dunne imagine they have a showboat, and perform 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'.
Texaco News interviews people involved in Summer Theater activities. Kenny Baker is packing to go to a Rover Boys summer camp. New York District Attorney Thomas Dewey drops by to promote the USO. The Texaco Workshop players present "No Blood and No Sand", their version of "Blood and Sand."
Charlie tells Edgar he needs money, after spending all his money on a chemistry set. Guest Mae West performs in a play with Don Ameche, about Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden. Mae West meets Charlie McCarthy in the segment that caused Mae to be banned from radio for several years.
Jack is frustrated when his guest, Fred Allen, is late for rehearsal, and while he waits, he tells Don the story of how he met Fred. Meanwhile, on the way to the studio, Fred tells Rochester his version of how he met Jack.
Host Richard Lamparski interviews Willard Waterman, who discusses his career and the events that took place leading to his role as The Great Gildersleeve following the departure of Harold Peary from the show. Also a segment of the Fibber McGee and Molly show.
The Mercury Theater presents their adaptation of Around the World in 80 Days, the story of the adventures of a gentleman who travels the globe in order to win a wager, while being pursued by a detective who suspects him of bank robbery.
The Texaco News of the Week reports on the winner of the Average Man Contest. Portland is working for the Anti-noise Committee. Fred interviews the president of the Sandhog's union about the construction of the tunnels around New York. Kenny Baker has been trying to get sick on purpose to get gifts. The Texaco Workshop Players dramatize a Hollywood episode: "They almost junked the junket" or "A horse was the star of the studio, so the studio hitched its wagon to the star."
Fred and Portland stroll down Allen's Alley to ask the question: "Have you heard about the chicken surplus and are you eating more chicken because of it?" Fred is expecting his guest Orson Welles, but Orson's personal psychiatrist arrives with the bad news that Orson has had a nervous breakdown. Fred goes to the Rest Home to help Orson recover.
Jack talks to the gang about his appearance on the Lux Radio broadcast of Brewster's Millions. Mary was in the broadcast too, and has gone highbrow. Jack scheduled an English drama for the show, but his sponsor calls and insists he do another Buck Benny episode instead.
Host Cecil B. DeMille gives a brief biography of guest star Jack Benny, before introducing the Lux Radio production of Brewster's Millions, the story of a man who inherits one million dollars that he must spend within a years time, in order to inherit another six million. Starring Jack Benny and Mary Livingstone.
Fred and Portland stroll down Allen's Alley with the question, "How did the season's worst storm bother you?" Fred tells Portland how he was hit on the head by a beer barrel, and was carried unconscious into Duffy's Tavern.
Mary teases Jack about their trip to Palms Springs, and reads a letter from her mother. Buck Benny is running for re-election as the sheriff against an opponent called Dead-eye Cassidy. Eddie Anderson makes a pre-Rochester appearance.
Phil and Alice talk about the New Years party they went to last night. After visiting a fan who thinks Phil should be a concert singer, Phil decides to take singing lessons, but Remley and Julius sabotage his efforts.