Show begins with a monologue from 'Professor' Benny about the "missing link" in history, which leads to a filmed segment of the evolution of civilization from the age of the caveman to modern times. A shop clerk at a pharmacy incorporates brand names of certain products into the conversation. Hill's Angels perform a "can-can" at Benito's nightclub. For the finish, Benny plays both 'Hannibal' and 'Mr. T' in a parody of "The A-Team".
Highlights of this edition include an updated version of "What a World"; "For Ever Love," a takeoff on mail-order music compilation advertisements and infomercials; Hill as a schoolmarm going on about changing the English language from a woman's point of view; Hill's Angels dancing at a seaside cabaret; and Fred Scuttle as a spokesman for a re-emerging British film industry, with a showing of the movie "Hullo Sailor."
Benny leads off with "Costa Coco"; two weather dolls come to life and then come together; a Scotsman continually strikes out in love; a new adaptation of "Carmen" with Benny adding new lyrics to Bizet's music; and for the close, Hill is dragged to a health farm by a little girl.