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Jack does a spit-take, one of Danny's frequent comedy bits.
The program Jack get booked on is called Impromptu, a show celebrating the art of conversation
In keeping with CBS' new (and short-lived) rule regarding laugh tracks or "sweetening" of a show with a real audience, Don Wilson's closing voice over says, "This program was taped before a live audience with reaction technically augmented."
Frank Nelson's law school diploma gives his name as "Frank Brandon."
Because of CBS' new policy of announcing when a laugh track is used, Don Wilson announces in the close, "This program was taped before a live audience with reaction technically augmented."
Jack says went to Hong Kong and bought the suit he's wearing for $12.00.
Jack pays $3.50 at Andre's Barber Shop for a haircut, manicure, and shoeshine.
Jack's address is 366 North Camden Drive. Jimmy and Gloria Stewart live at 366 North Canon Drive.
One of the poems Jack writes on the card for Don's gift:
Your pear-shaped tone, many announcers ape,
But no one can ape your pear-shaped shape.
Ann-Margret tells Jack that she's a sophomore at Northwestern, majoring in geriatrics.
Don Wilson's locker at the country club contains a block of cheese, a quart of milk, sausage links, a head of lettuce, bananas, a salami, a loaf of bread, and a watermelon.
In this episode, the entrance to Jack's vault is behind a revolving bookcase, down a flight of stairs so long he needs binoculars to see the bottom. It's also protected by a moat with an alligator in it.
In Jack's dressing room, Dennis sings "An Irishman Will Steal Your Heart."
This western sketch was originally performed in the episode Buck Benny Rides Again which aired 11/2/1952.
Don Wilson appears briefly wearing the skimpy showgirl outfit one of Jack's violin models had on earlier.
Goofs: Hope and Benny do much ad libbing that causes Jesse White to break up laughing. In the editing, there are several "jumps" from White laughing to him with a straight face launching into his next line.
Several times, Jack plugs his upcoming tour dates: beginning February 11th, two weeks at the O'Keefe Center in Toronto and starting February 27, six weeks in New York City at the Zigfield Theatre.
Following the end credits and the "brought to you by" Jello announcement, a brief clip of Lucille Ball peeping through a window is shown. Don Wilson announces, "Be sure to watch Lucille Ball on The Lucy Show, Monday nights over most of these stations."
Frankie Avalon tells Jack he gets $10,000 per appearance.