McGee takes ukulele lessons for an Elks Club recital.
Phil and Remley, taking advantage of the Arthur Godfrey-inspired ukelele fad, decide to give ukelele lessons.
Jack's in New York for his first television show, and staying at the Acme Plaza again. A reporter asks him to tell the story of how he met Ronald and Benita Colman.
Gildy hears that Peavey's wife needs an operation, and rallies the Jolly Boys to raise the money to pay for it.
The Old-Time asks the McGees to hide him, as he's on the run from the law.
Everyone's talking about Jack's recent movie, "The Big Broadcast of 1937". Next week's play, "Romeo and Juliet", is also discussed, until the sponsor tells Jack they can't do it.
When Phil and Alice need to economize, Frankie tells them he can get a great deal on meat. It turns out, though, that the meat is still alive.
McGee plans a dinner at the Elks Club for his visiting cousin Ernest.
Stretch is in love and it's affecting his play on the football team. Connie tries to talk with him and find out what's going on.
Looking to put his best foot forward as he attempts to adopt the mystery baby, Gildy prepares to ask Adeline to be his wife.
McGee has put a ribbon on his finger to remind him that he is supposed to do something, but he doesn’t know what it is.
Barbara Stanwyck is the guest star. When Jack, Mary and Dennis all go to see the movie "Sorry, Wrong Number", Jack remembers a similar situation that occurred the previous year when Jack was talking to his sponsor.
Liz acciedntally returns a dress to a more expensive store than where she bought it, and makes money on the deal. She then decides to go into business buying dresses at one store and returning them at another.
McGee can't find his screwdriver, so he brings his tool chest up to the living room and starts emptying it.
George thinks Gracie's acting even stranger than usual, and the sound man suggests that she see a psychiatrist.
Jack and Mary walk to the studio for the show, and run into lots of recurring characters. Frank Nelson plays a counter man in the drugstore.
Dr. Hall defends a student who has written an article criticizing him and the college.
Jack invites the gang to his house to listen to the World Series. Frank Nelson is the play-by-play announcer.
It's the thirtieth anniversary of the McGees' first date at a football game.
Gildy gets a letter from the county welfare department,, and is afraid they're coming to take away the mystery baby.
The first episode of the 1942 season is also the first half-hour Fred Allen Show. Still sponsored by Texaco at this point, the new announcer is Arthur Godfrey, who would last only a few weeks before leaving.
McGee thinks he has appendicitis, but that doesn't stop him from craving various types of food.
When Phil gets tired of having Frankie contantly borrow his car, he resolves to buy Frankie the cheapest used car he can find.
In the show's first episode for Lucky Strike, Jack and Mary meet with the new sponsor. Later, they discuss how to replace Dennis Day, who has joined the Navy.