In a show devoted to movie music, Lemmon playing piano, sings a medley of Gershwin numbers with Dinah, Syd does an exotic mysterious east themed dance, all get together in costume to salute songs (mostly from Circa 1930) that flopped.
Dinah devotes the hour to the glories of the art of the piano. Her guests perform in skits and performances devoted to great classical pianists (Liberace), old time honky tonk style (Little), modern (Nero) and pops (Charles), and Dinah finds several numbers to sing with.
"A boy, a girl and a piano" - This line from the episode's introduction describes the proceedings to a tee. Singer Bobby Darin and pianist André Previn join Dinah Shore for an hour of song with no props (other than Previn's piano), no comedy and very little banter.