At dinner, Lois serves Don and Harlow a 23 pound turkey apiece.
Jack again plans to stay at the fleabag Acme Plaza Hotel in New York city.
Gisele shows a spread about Jack Benny in the current issue of Life magazine.
Dennis Day says his age is 26.
Jack has Mary's fur coat in his refrigerator all summer; he made her a better deal than the storage company.
Ticket for the Rose Bowl game were $5.50.
In the epilogue, Jack plugs a new LP from his show's musicians titled Music For Playboys To Play By. The album is credited to "The Hollywood Playboys Orchestra, directed by Mahlon Merrick and featuring Russ Taylor."
At the Gypsy restaurant, Jack's part of the musical trio Sascha, Pascha, and Jascha.
The ladies report that the Pasadena chapter of the Jack Benny Fan Club has 2000 members.
Robert Culp appears in the epilogue to plug his new CBS series Trackdown.
The reviews of Jack's season premier show have been flying in--through the front window, attached to rocks.
Jack mentions that Dennis Day's real name is Eugene Patrick McNulty.
Dancers Marge and Gower Champion walk across stage during Jack's monologue pointing out slippery spots to a stagehand.
According to Jack's tax filing, his income in 1956 was $375,000.
Jack pays Rochester less than $600 a year.
The ring Mary picks out costs $485.
Jack pays his announcer, Don Wilson, $38 a week.
To get the wine seller to the U.S. sooner, Jack buys the man's 60 barrels of wine for $3000.
Sean Connery appears for about 10 seconds as a porter.