Season 2 is on the "Toast of the Town" episode guide.
--Mimi Benzell (Metropolitan Opera soprano) sings "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and a song from 'Romeo Et Juliette' (possibly "Que fais-tu blanche tourterelle").
--David Burns (as Dr. Frisbee), Mickey Deems (as a patient) and Ed Sullivan do a parody of cigarette commercials with a doctor recommending 'Smuggo" cigarettes. (This might be the "Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot" sketch from the Broadway revue "Alive and Kicking.")
--Herkie (comedian) - stand-up routine with Kazoo.
--Frieda Wing ('Hillbilly' singer and dancer) - dances to "You Gotta Be a Football Hero."
--Ted and Flo Valette (novelty act) - intricate baton and flag twirling.
--The Dunhills (3 brothers tap dance)
--Audience bows (cameos): General Gen. Ephraim F. Jeffe (chairman of the American Red Cross campaign in NYC), Capt. Guilone (captain of Italian Ship), Edward Macdonald Carey (actor), Colleen Gray (actress), George Petty ("pin-up" artist), John "Budge" Edward Patty (tennis player), and Nancy Chaffee Whittaker (tennis player).
--The Ink Spots (vocal group) sing "With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming," "If You Had to Hurt Someone, Why Did It Have to Be Me?" and "If I Didn't Care."
--Don Cornell (singer, formerly with Sammy Kaye's orchestra) - "It Isn't Fair" and "There's No Tomorrow."
--Jack E. Leonard (insult comedian)
--Renault & Rudy (2-man acrobatic-gymnastic team)
--Sharkey The Seal (trained seal, appearing with his trainer)
--Cameos: Virginia Gorski and Don Liberto (Broadway performers from 1948's "Look Ma, I'm Dancing") talk with Ed. (They were supposed to perform but the show ran out of time.)
--Audience bows: Sammy Kaye (Orchestra leader), Irving Fields (Tin Pan Alley composer), Bea Kalmus (female disc jockey), and Bernard Delfont (British music & TV producer).