The chairman of the Committee on Alcoholism for the American Medical Association, Dr. Marvin Block of Buffalo, NY, makes comments following the drama.
The president of the Cuban Revolutionary Council, Jose Moro Cardena, appears with host Ron Cochran following the drama.
Raymond LaPorte, the Consul General of France, makes comments following the drama.
Jim Horan, one of the three reporters portrayed in this week's episode, appears following the drama.
Col. Barney Oldfield, NORAD's chief of information, appears as a guest.
George Roeper, the director of the City and Country School of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan is featured as a guest.
When returning from a commercial to Douglas Edwards for his introduction of the guest speaker, the camera catches him facing away, coughing and clearing his throat.
In the opening credits, Eva Soreny is billed as "First Lady of the Hungarian National Theatre."
George and Lilyanna Dooner, survivors of the sinking of the Andrea Doria, appear on the telecast to discuss their experiences of that evening.
The program opens showing the episode's sets and TV crew scurrying around. Fred Allen introduces each segment with this backdrop and is dressed and redressed for the sketches while he's talking.