9/10/1946 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: Volume 2, Chapter 1: “Homesick,” with Clem Kadiddlehopper. Chapter 3: “Camping Trip In The Mountains,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
9/17/1946 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Brothers.” Volume 2, Chapter 3: “The Store Haircut,” with Clem Kadiddlehopper. Chapter 5: “The Little Boy and The Barber,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
9/24/1946 “People Who Are Lost” New I Dood It game. A program about getting lost. Willie Lump-Lump and his wife get lost in New York City. Going to buy grandma a present, Junior gets lost and needs a police escort to get home. 
10/1/1946 Unimportant Things The program begins with a 7 1/2 minute address by President Truman and an official of The Community Chest on behalf of The U.S.O. and The Community Chest. The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: Chapter 10, “To The Store and Back,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” The start of the “903” teaser campaign. 
10/8/1946 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “The Meat Shortage.” Chapter 11: “The Pig Farm,” with Clem Kadiddlehopper. Chapter 12: “Small Fry,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” The “903” teaser campaign continues. 
10/15/1946 People Who Worry. Opening: World Series, lumber shortage. Ch. 10 “Why are so many people happy when there are so many things to worry about?” Willie Lump-Lump plans to shoot himself to avoid being married. Ch. 15 “Small Scale Worries” Jr. dreams of talking to Abraham Lincoln about evil. Music: “If You Were the Only Boy”, “Surrender” [3] Note: Jr. age 3. Red gives credit to Pat McGeehan as Lincoln and writer Edna Skelton Borzage.
10/22/1946 Man’s Best Friend. Opening: Preview of “The Show Off”. Ch. 11 “The Lost Dog” Willie looks for his dog. Ch. 21 “Me, Dog and Me” Jr. adopts a dog. Music: “The Old Lamplighter”, “Red River Valley” Sir Walter Raleigh Pipe tobacco. Red’s opening monologue is about the preview of his new picture, “The Show-Off.” Willie Lump-Lump is trying to find his lost dog. Will “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid” get a new dog?
10/29/1946  Red appears in a “Deadeye” skit and a selection by the orchestra is heard.
11/5/1946 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Photography.” Chapter 27 features Willie Lump Lump. Chapter 28: “Amateur Photographer,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” Red receives an honorary Los Angeles press card because of his interest in photography. The “903” teaser campaign continues. 
11/12/1946
11/19/1946 Automobile Parking Troubles The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Automobile Parking Troubles.” Chapter 28: “Inside Parking,” with Willie Lump Lump. Chapter 29: “Free Parking,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” The “903” teaser campaign continues. 
11/26/1946 People Who Give Diner to Impress Friends The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “People Who Give Dinners To Impress Friends.” Chapter 29: “The Boss For Dinner,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” Chapter 28 features J. Newton Numbskull. The “903” teaser campaign continues. 
12/3/1946 Railroads The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Railroads.” Chapter 1: “Building The Railroads,” with Clem Kadiddlehopper. Chapter 31: “Headache In The Pullman Coach,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
12/10/1946 People and Dogs [1] 
12/17/1946 Department Stores [1] The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Department Stores.” Chapter 36: “The Floorwalker,” with Willie Lump-Lump. Chapter 37: “The Impatient Customer. Chapter 38: “The Department Store Janitor,” with Clem Kadiddlehopper. Chapter 39: “Shopping With a Child,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
12/24/1946 Christmas Stories [1] The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Christmas.” Chapter 1: “The Black Market Christmas,” with Bolivar Shagnasty. Chapter 2: “Christmas Eve In The Sagebrush Country,” with Deadeye. Chapter 4: “Christmas Eve In a Child’s Heart.” 
12/31/1946 Old Man Winter[1] The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Old Man Winter.” Chapter 1: “I’ll Get The Man Who Got My Gal,” with Deadeye. Chapter 2: “The First Snow,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
1/7/1947 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Education and Schools.” Chapter 1: “Clem Kadiddlehopper At School.” Chapter 3: “Never Too Young To Learn,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.
1/14/1947 Dancing [1] The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Dancing.” Chapter 1: “Open The West For Dancing,” with Deadeye. Chapter 2: “A Dime A Dance,” with Willie Lump-Lump. Red sings a folk tune in honor of Burl Ives. 
1/21/1947 Cheese It! The Cops! Opening: Trip to Mexico with Wonderful Smith. Ch. 2 “The Rookie Cop” Clem walks his beat near a cemetery. Ch. 3 “Don’t be Afraid of the Law” Jr. rides in a patrol wagon. Music: “Life Can Be Beautiful”, “Hora Staccato”[3] Note: In San Francisco the next day. Red’s opening monologue is about his recent trip to Mexico. The subject of tonight’s program is, “Policemen.” Clem Kadiddlehopper is a “rrokie cop” walking a beat. “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid” sees the cops raiding the local pool hall/bookie joint. 
1/28/1947 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Jealousy.” Chapter 1: “Fear Of Rivals,” with Willie Lump-Lump. Chapter 2: “Jealousy With Circumstantial Evidence,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
2/4/1947 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Elevators.” Chapter 1: “How Elevator Operators Operate,” with Clem Kadiddlehopper. Chapter 4: “Little Daner On Elevators.” Chapter 2: “The Average Apartment House Elevator,” with J. Newton Numbskull. The chapter sequence above is as broadcast. 
2/11/1947 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Taxicabs.” Chapter 1: “A Typical Passenger,” with Willie Lump-Lump. Chapter 2 features Clem Kadiddlehopper. Chapter 3: “Junior and The Taxicab,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
2/18/1947 Fingerprints [1] 
2/25/1947 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire: “Travels To Hawaii.” Chapter 1: “Flying To Hawaii,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” Chapter 2: “I Will Never Forget Hawaii,” with Clem Kadiddlehopper. 
3/4/1947 Opening: New book “Mrs. Mike” by Ben Freeman (writer for the show). Clem seen dancing with the widow Brown. Ch. 2 “The Dancer at the Honky-Tonk Sideshow” Willie tries to promote his wife as a hula dancer. Ch. 3 “Small Town Dancing School” Jr. at a dancing school. Music: “Why Was I Born?” Rehearsal 03/02/1947[3] 
3/11/1947 Rival Cab Drive [1]
3/18/1947
3/25/1947 The Skelton Scrapbook of Satire. Chapter 1: “Careless Driving,” with Willie Lump-Lump. Chapter 2: “The Cat Of Distinction,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.”
4/1/1947 “Willie Lump-Lump and The Traffic Court.” “The Great Pie Mystery” features “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.” 
4/8/1947 Red remembers his days as a clown and recites a touching tribute to the circus. “Things We Never Knew About Buses” features Clem Kadiddlehopper. “The Reason Why Men Should Work In Department Stores.” “The Little Boy With The Big Bargain,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.”
4/15/1947 “The New West” features Dead-Eye. “Boyfriends and Piggy Banks,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.
4/22/1947 Battle With The NBC Censors [1] During Red’s opening routine, as soon as he mentions what happened to Fred Allen on Sunday (Fred was apparently cut off the air by the NBC censors), the recording of Red’s remarks are faded to inaudibility by NBC for about ten seconds. “The Friendly Farmer” features Clem Kadiddlehopper. “Home From The Circus,” with “Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid.”
4/29/1947 During Red’s opening monologue, he mentions that he was cut off the air last week by NBC. He’s been made a honorary Vice-Present by NBC (147 NBC Vice-Presidents have been made honorary comedians!). “A Tarnish(ed) Memo Of The Golden West,” starring Dead-Eye. Clem Kadiddlehopper celebrates the arrival of Spring. Junior, “The Mean Widdle Kid” appears in, “An Apple An Day.” A Tarnished Memo of the Golden West. Pg. 1 Deadeye tries to get a job as a stagecoach driver. Pg. 3 “Spring Cleaning” Clem picks  flowers for Sarah Dew. Pg. 3 “An Apple a Day” Jr. gets sick eating to many apples. Music: “My Adobe Hacienda”, “April Showers”[3] 
5/6/1947 Memos of the Tarnished West 
5/13/1947 Opening: Firemen. Ch. 1 “Let’s Talk about Mother or Queen for a Day” Willie reads play about Mother’s Day. Ch. 2 “He doen’t belong to me” Grandma tries to wash Jr. Music: “Sunday Kind of Love”. Rehearsal [3] Note: Performs “Haft-wit with a Feather” to the studio audience.
5/20/1947 The Mothers of Invention. Opening: Visit to San Francisco “I Am American Day”. Ch 1. “Science and Inventions” Clem is an inventor. Ch 2. “The Painters” Painting Jr.’s room. Music: “You Can’t See the Sun When You’re Crying”, “Tumbling Tumbleweeds”[3]
5/27/1947 The Barber of Schiemiel. Opening: “Night of Music” at the Hollywood Bowl. Pg. 1 Willie is a barber. Ch. 2 “The Little Things the Cause Trouble” Music: “They Can’t Take That Away from Me”, “Espana Cani”[3]
6/3/1947 Opening: Clem opens the show. Ch. 1 “The Fireman’s Nightmare” Willie becomes a fireman. Ch. 2 “The Bonfire” Jr. threw a bullet in a fire. Music: “Ask Anyone Who Knows”, music from Carousel. Last Show of the Season [3]
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