Rob and Laura are trying to help Rob's visiting brother Stacey not only deal with his somnambulism - he being outgoing, exuberant and funny when he's sleepwalking, everything he's not when he's awake - but in being his somnambulist self when he's awake so that he can get work as a banjo playing comedian, which is what he wants to do after his imminent decommissioning from the army. It's especially important as Stacey has an upcoming audition for Alan Brady. Rob thinks that it may help if Stacey could actually hear a recording of himself when he is sleepwalking. And Rob thinks that a more audition friendly environment, like a party at their house, may be better than a formal audition just for Alan. Rob has first to get Alan away from his regular poker night to attend the party, and second to get Stacey to get out of his shy shell to perform magnificently for Alan all while he's awake. Written by
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When it was proposed to Dick Van Dyke to feature his actual brother as his character's brother, he agreed. When asked if Jerry was funny, Dick replied, "If he isn't, I'll kill him!". See more
Hi, ya, Burford!
It's show time!
Oh, good! It's show time and I'm my favorite performer!
(Won't You Come Home) Bill Bailey
Written by Hughie Cannon
Performed by Jerry Van Dyke See more