Alfred Hitchcock: Those of you who like to see nasty people get their come-uppance will be delighted with the result of tonight's tale. Gil took his story to the police, and he and Rosine were properly punished – she for murder and he for intent to murder. There is, however, a brighter side to all this: both have become model prisoners. This concludes tonight's divertissement, but please remain tuned to this channel. I am not familiar with the program that follows, nor the one after that, but I have seen the story we are presenting next time, and I think it's worth waiting for. Good night.
[Tonight, we find "Alfred" not in his standard dark suit, but in an ill-fitting, light-colored coat, a checkered bow tie, a slickly combed wig and he appears to be chewing gum. When he speaks, he has a roughly Brooklyn accent]
"Alfred", the stand-in: Hiya. I'm not Hitchcock. I'm Alfred, his stand-in. Someone has to stand here while the lights and the cameras are adjusted and all that stuff, see? And the old boy just don't have the time. I got the job 'cause I look like him. That's what they say, but not to my face.
["Alfred" looks right, then back, and edges himself to his left]
"Alfred", the stand-in: I see they're rolling him in. You suppose I'll look like that when I'm his age?
[The line of a split screen rolls in until it reaches the middle of the screen and the "real" Alfred enters our view]
Alfred Hitchcock: That will be all, Alfred.
"Alfred", the stand-in: Arrivederci, daddy-o.
["Alfred" exits, taking the line of the split screen with him]
Alfred Hitchcock: Cheeky fellow, isn't he? Unfortunately, he may soon be more than a stand-in. We are planning to send out a second company to tour the provinces, and "Alfred" will play my part. Which brings us to tonight's thrilling shocker. It is called Jonathan.
Although the episode on the DVD is full length (25:37), there is no scene with the Dr. Mack (Walter Kingsford) and two nurses (Nancy Kulp, Heidi Mullenger). Dr. Mack is mentioned but not seen.