Hizzoner invites the McGees to a formal party.
Jack's disappointed that he didn't win the Academy Award; the recent Jesse James movie is parodied in a sketch. Verna Felton appears as Jesse James' mother, and Andy Devine plays Jesse's brother. Kenny Baker sings "This Night".
Phil and Elliott bet the sponsor that he can't beat Phil at golf. Alice sings "I Wonder Why".
In an episode not yet edited for broadcast, Groucho interviews the head of the Dana Andrews fan club and a studio fan mail clerk, an airline hostess and a traveling salesman, and a manicurist and a blacksmith.
The show originates from Chicago, in Jack's home state of Illinois. The guest is Bob Crosby, who would later play the show's bandleader after Phil Harris' departure. Dennis Day sings "I've Heard That Song Before."
Molly has the flu, and Doc Gamble gets her some relief by taking McGee out to dinner.
In a show from Palm Springs, Jack's age is discussed as his birthday has just occurred, and Frank Nelson plays an announcer. Mel Blanc plays Jack's violin teacher, Professor LeBlanc.
A handwriting analyst tells McGee that he has aptitude to be a doctor.
It's February 14, which means it's time for Jack to turn 39 again (and again and again.) Mel Blanc plays Mr. Finque, a bit that was used several times. Dennis Day sings "Secret Love".
Alice receives flowers for Valentine's Day, but Phil has no idea who sent them. Alice sings "Skip to My Lou", and Phil sings "Minnie the Mermaid".
In New York, Jack is once again staying at the run-down Acme Plaza. The Ink Spots sing "If I Didn't Care", which morphs into the middle commercial. A parody of the Fred Allen show asks the question, "Will television replace radio?"
When the figures are all wrong on the reports coming out of Gildy's office, Gildy accuses his secretary of needing glasses, but it turns out Gildy's the one who needs them.
Molly receives a box of candy for Valentine's Day, but McGee doesn't remember sending one.
Because of the wartime change to permanent Daylight Savings Time, Jack docks the cast an hour's pay. Frank Nelson plays Virgil, the sound man.
In a sketch, Bob runs into Fred Allen when he returns to Hollywood from Washington, D.C. Bob and Doris Day sing "I Wanna Go Home with You".
Everyone the McGees run into has something nice to say or give to McGee.
Connie's upset because while she's been working nights, Mr. Boynton's been seeing Miss Enright.
After her failings are pointed out by everyone else, Liz develops an inferiority complex.
This is one of the episodes that was adapted for "I Love Lucy", with much of the script transferred intact.
When Molly is elected to head the Women's Club committee on fixing up the Servicemen's Center, McGee decides to do the work himself.