Abbott & Costello train to Broadway from Hollywood with Lizabeth Scott to appear in her new play. En route Gisele McKenzie sings "Just One of Those Things." The Dassies perform a dazzling comedy acrobatic act.
The first skit has a gigantic TV being shown to NBC executives, where Dean and Jerry interact with their onscreen selves, then a school for Tarzans is run by Dean, and Jerry's an unlikely student. The last sketch has Jerry as a spoiled rotten kid that makes bizarre science experiments.
Abbott & Costello host a mock Inaugural Ball for new President Eisenhower. Includes a hilarious recital by Victor Borge sending up outgoing President Truman and his piano-playing daughter Margaret. As Gisele McKenzie checks into Washington hotel, fans recognize her, so she performs a song for them.
The first skit shows Bob and Rosemary as a honeymoon couple with a domineering Admiral as sailor Bob's father-in-law, then a scene at Paramount where Bob shoots a scene with an over bearing army officer as an advisor, and last, Bob's a PFC with secret papers who's seduced by a beautiful spy.
Abbott and Costello were hosts. The Amin Brothers did acrobatics. Teresa Brewer sang a medley of ballads at front stage, then did a song and dance with the June Taylor dancers to Roll Them Roly Boly Eyes, her recent record, wearing a short showgirl skirt. Hoagy Carmichael played piano. Abbott And Costello were involved in skits.
Martin and Lewis welcome Patti Lewis, dancers The Four Step Brothers, Danny Arnold, and cameos by Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, with Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Dean and Jerry are upstaged by Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh who refuse to leave the stage. Airline pilot Dean deals with a new lunatic steward, Jerry. Jerry's a disruptive nine-year-old irritating his father and a cop at the arcade. Jerry plugs the new issue of TV Guide with he and Dean on the cover. Patti sings "My Daddy, My Hero, My Love" and a duet with Jerry. The boys dance with the Step Brothers in the ...