Guests with Olsen and Johnson include regulars J. C. Olsen, Marty May, June Johnson, plus the Ben Yost Trio and dance team Patrice Helene and Jan Howard. The jokes and non sequiturs fly when O & J rent a fleabag room and when they play Martin and Kane, private detectives. Chic is mistaken for a ritzy customer when he wanders into a fashion designers salon to use the phone. In the Party in the Round segment, child dancer Errol Smith performs and a serviceman from the audience plays along in a silly quiz.
Ed introduces Dinah through the screen of a gigantic television, and the recreate her video debut on Ed's 1949-50 series singing "Tea For Two" while riding the wacky piano bicycle. Pat O'Brien gives Ed an award from the Lamb's club for fifty years in show business. There's a skit about a bric-a-brac throwing French actress that calms down only when Ed and Teddy Snowcrop ply her with orange juice and frozen food, and another where Ed's making a 1920's movie starring Dinah.
In a live show from San Francisco's Presido, Hope and McMurray play waterfront fishermen, two shop owners in Chinatown, and prisoners breaking out of Alcatraz. The Bell Sisters perform "Wheel of Fortune" and a comedy number, "June Night", with Bob. Rich prospector Hope drops by a Barbary Coast bar where everyone wants his gold. Bob and Fred do "Small Fry." Alpaka sings "Beyond the Reef."
Danny plays a frustrated husband whose movie-crazed wife imagines everyone she sees is a star. Eleanor Powell performs two dance production numbers. June Havoc portrays self-absorbed vaudeville diva Cushions La Fay. A production number with the cast looks at the then-crazy idea of a woman president.