In the season opener, Mr. Television's scheduled guests include actors Robert Alda and Charles Coburn, ballroom dance team Adam and Jayne Di Gatanos, dancer Pat Rooney, comic actress Iris Adrian, Irene Farrell, and Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals and Johnny Puleo. In comedy segments, the smallest member of the "Rascals" performs in a "Little Lord Fauntleroy" costume. Alda appears in a sketch set at an insurance office where Berle undergoes a slapstick physical exam. Farrell sings "Un Belle Di."
This week, Berle's scheduled guests include accordion player Dick Contino, quick-change artist (formerly with "Ken Murray's Blackouts") Owen McGiveney, comic actors Arnold Stang and Beatrice Kay, and Chinese acrobats The Jim Wong Troup.
Berle's guests this week include baseball player Phil Rizzuto, manager of the New York Giants Leo Durocher and his wife, actress Laraine Day, actor Raymond Massey, comedy dance act Helene and Howard, and comedian Jan Murray.
Uncle Miltie's guests this week include Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard (The Three Stooges), dancers the Mayo Brothers, comic actress Alice Pearce, comic Bert Gordon, folk singers The Weavers, vocalist Evelyn Knight, and vaudevillian/singer Georgie Price. Comedy bits include The Stooges performing their "Maharaja" routine. Knight sings "Let Him Go" and "Lucky Me". The Weavers perform their hits "Goodnight, Irene" and "Tzena". In a sketch, the mechanical devices designed to help Berle sleep keep him awake.
Berle's guests this week include actor Dane Clark and comedienne Martha Raye. In a stand-up bit, tough-guy Dane Clark tells Milton he's taking over the show and there are going to be some changes; the show will now be known as "Dane Clark Presents Dane Clark in the Dane Clark Show." He pulls a pistol on Berle to show him who's boss.
Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include ex-boxers Max Baer and "Slapsie" Maxie Rosenbloom, the Ben Yost Singers, vaudeville singer Benny Fields, dancers Teddy and Phyllis Rodriguez, Grecian dancer Bella Smaro, and swing harpist Robert Maxwell.
Berle's scheduled guests include actors Robert Alda and John Carradine, comic actors Andy Devine and Beatrice Kay, singer Frankie Laine, radio disc jockey Martin Block, actor Harold Gary, comic actress Alice Pearce, and stone-faced TV host Ed Sullivan.
Miltie's guests this week include actor Chester Morris, singer Rudy Vallee, comedienne Martha Raye, vocalists/dancers the Magid Triplets, comic Dick Buckley, radio personality Norman Brokenshire, hillbilly comics Kitty and Fanny, song-and-dance act the Watson Sisters, Milton's wife Sandra Berle, and dancer Hal LeRoy.
Uncle Miltie's guests this week include Carmen Miranda, pianist Pupi Campo, dance team the Blackburn Twins, singers Eddie Fisher and Martha Stewart, dancer/table lifter Bobby "Tables" Davis, The Ray Charles Choir, and comics Jack Durant and Frank Mitchell. Miranda performs several numbers with Berle barging into her first one; Martha Stewart and the Blackburn Twins sing "Thou Swell" (with Miltie's help) and the Twins do "Shimmy Like My Sister Kate; Durant and Mitchell join Milton in a slapstick sketch; Eddie Fisher vocalizes with the Ray Charles Singers; Davis lifts ...
Berle's scheduled guests include horror film star Boris Karloff, singer Julie Wilson, country singer Eddy Arnold, singing acrobats Park and Clifford, radio/TV interviewers Tex McCrary and Jinx Falkenburg, and dancers Peggy Ryan and Ray McDonald.
Berle's scheduled guests include comedian Bob Hope, singer/actor Sam Levene, singer Mary Hatcher, vocalist Toni Harper, opera baritone Robert Merrill, dancers The Dunhills, child entertainer Verna Raymond and songwriter J. Fred Coots.
Scheduled guests this week include vocalist Perry Como, singer/actor Louis Jordan, comic actor Bert Lahr, comedian Herb Shriner, the Fontane Sisters, acrobatic act the Acromanics, and singers Frances Williams and Mindy Carson.
Berle's guests this week include: Vice President Alben Barkley, actor Richard Gaines, newscaster John Cameron Swayze, comedian Sam Levenson, actor Victor Jory, and singer Toni Arden. Barkley talks with Berle about Lincoln's fight against intolerance, leading to Gaines's reading of Abe's farewell address to Springfield, IL; Marco appears in a schoolboy song bit with Arden and Berle; Jory and Berle do a doctor sketch.
Miltie's scheduled guests include the Ames Brothers, columnist Dorothy Kilgallen, Dean Murphy, comedian Jack Carter, and actor Dennis O'Keefe. Berle makes his entrance on a horse and dressed as Lady Godiva; Kilgallen joins Berle in a newspaper sketch; the Ames Brothers perform "Sentimental Me" and "Rag Mop."
Milton Berle's scheduled guests include singer/actress Janis Paige, singer Andy Russell, TV host Ralph Edwards, organist Ethel Smith, dancers the Blackburn Twins, and ballroom dance team Artini and Consuelo.
Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Rose Marie, singers Tony Martin and Ethel Waters, comedian Jackie Green, members of the New York Yankees, and comic actor Joe E. Brown. Berle opens the show dressed as a caveman and grabs a fur coat from a woman in the audience.
Milton's scheduled guests include singer Eddie Fisher, The Andrews Sisters, novelty act Senor Carlos, knife throwers The Gibsons, actor Robert Alda, and Rex Weber who sings with his mouth closed. The Andrews Sisters perform "Pennsylvania Polka", the comedy number "Peony Bush," and "Girls of the Golden West." Patty does a solo on "I Wanna Be Loved," and joins Berle and Alda on "The Pussy Cat Song."
Hank Ladd and Bert Wheeler fill in as guest hosts. Scheduled guests include actress Yvonne DeCarlo, singer/pianist Nat "King" Cole Trio, acrobats The Christianias, singer Mary McCarty, and dancer Hal LeRoy.
Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include guitarist Tito Guizar, Mel Allen, baseball players Yogi Berra and Phil Rizzuto, comic Jack Norton, singer Donald Richards, composer Frank Losser, and singer Ray McDonald.
Milton's guests this episode include: Danny Thomas, Beatrice Kraft and her oriental dancers, Fran Warren, opera singer Vivian Della Chiesa, singer/actor Carlos Ramirez, 15 year old violinist Michael Rabin, dancers Harold and Lola, announcer Frank Gallop. Berle opens the show dressed as a June bride. Later, he coaches Thomas on how to host a weekly variety series while cracking a bull-whip at his writers. The finale is a succession of performers in the "United Nations of Show Business" production.