The original title was 'Bing Crosby and Dean Martin Present the Frank Sinatra Timex Special'.
Dean Martin : (During Durante Medly, all the guys playing their parts)(To Frank Sinatra) Aw, this guy walked up to me - he said he hadn't had a bite in days!
Frank Sinatra : So what did you do?
Dean Martin : I bited him! Ha!
Frank Sinatra : (Mouthing) Bited!
Bing Crosby : (During the Durante Medley. All the chaps were playing their parts) Stop the Music!
Dean Martin : Stop the music? Whaddya mean - stop the music! I'm the one who says stop the music!
Bing Crosby : I'm sorry Jimmy, just trying to get things moving.
Dean Martin : (Discussing the Durante picture and commenting on Crosby's remarking about having a role) Well you look happy, you should get with a band. Well anyway, speaking of that Durante picture - Who do you think is gonna play the title role?
Frank Sinatra : Oh, you mean togetherness again?
Dean Martin : (Muttering) Just as I thought I was gonna single everybody out...
Bing Crosby : (After being referred to as 'old') Now hang on just a minute. I don't want to be associated as the Sigmund Fried of the Gay Ninties or anything like that. But just what is this authentication you chaps want me to arbitrate.
Dean Martin : (After being congratulated on singing 'Wrap your troubles in Dreams') Aw, shucks! I had a good thing going for me - A Good Old Song!
Frank Sinatra : Now hang on, that's not what I would call an old song.
Dean Martin : Careful Dicky, you've shown the world - you're gonna show your crows feet!
Frank Sinatra (Feeling his face) What? Those are laugh lines Melvin!
Mitzy Gaynor : (Walking in, having smelt perfume) Do Bing or Dean wear perfume?
Frank Sinatra : I warned them about that.
Frank Sinatra : (During the opening song)(Singing) I've just dropped by to have a chat. Nothing more than that. Call me devil-may-care...HA HA!
Bing Crosby :(Speaking) Oh, you're a colourful gypsy.
This episode was released on DVD October 25, 2005.
Durante's appearance was to promote an upcoming film biography of his life that Sinatra was to produce. The film never got past the planning stage.