Jack's debut program. The Sportsmen Quartet introduce the show, singing ""There's No Business Like Show Business."" (which was the closing theme song during the radio program). Mel Blanc plays a TV technician, who interrupts Jack to wave to his Aunt Sophie. The monologue and the sketch are about how Jack decided to go on television, and how he put his initial show together. Rochester sings ""My Blue Heaven"" while doing his housework. Mr. Kitzel drops by to wish Jack good luck. Dinah Shore sings ""I'm Yours"" over the phone to see if Jack approves of it for her guest spot. On the show, Ken Murray drops by to wish Jack good luck, and Dinah and Jack sing a duet: ""I Oughta Know More About You."" The Sportsmen Quartet do the Lucky Strike commercial. Jack closes the program playing his signature song ""Love in Bloom"" on the violinâ€”and thus driving the audience away.
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