Berle makes his entrance on a horse and dressed as Lady Godiva.
In a newspaper sketch with Dorothy Kilgallen, Dennis O'Keefe is the editor and Berle a paperboy who gets to write an expose on the mob. It may be his first and last assignment.
Jack Carter makes a cameo and introduces the Ames Brothers, who perform "Sentimental Me" and "Rag Mop." Lisa Kirk performs "I'm Always True to You in My Fashion." O'Keefe, Kirk and Berle play tramps who sing and dance to a version of "A Couple of Swells." Fatso Marco sings "Sweet Lorraine."
Backstage at "rehearsal", Milton forces his staff to bow to him and he cracks a whip at his writers.
Dean Murphy performs impressions of Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart, Ronald Coleman, and Bette Davis.
The final production number celebrates Valentine's Day with the cast performing "My Heart Cries For You."