The Easter Sunday show. In the monologue, Jack tells the audience that Rochester bought him a live bunny rabbit, and he is planning to eat it. He describes the Hollywood Easter Parade. He introduces his guest, Ronnie Burns, son of George Burns; it turns out Jack and George each claim to have given the other their first break in show business. Ronnie Burns sings She's kinda cute. Don, angry because his son Harlow was not given the featured spot, reveals that Jack pays George to be his friend, does the Lucky commercial in an angry voice, and walks off the show. A phone call from Rochester reveals Jack's new suit has arrived on the back of the store owner; at the price Jack paid, the owner could not afford a box. Jack arrives at Don's house to demand an apology for Don's walk-out; he agrees to help Harlow if Harlow will show him what he can do. Harlow and Don sing 'Sonny Boy' together.
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