Jack cleans out his desk and finds a song he wrote 15 years ago, entitled "When you say I beg your pardon, then I'll come back to you." Film composer Dimitri Tiomkin is coming over in the evening at Jack's request, so that he can get permission to use the music from High Noon in a sketch on his program, and Jack decides to ask him to arrange the song he wrote himself, so that it will be a big hit. At home, locksmiths arrive to open his vault, and Don comes by to practice ventriloquism in a State Farm commercial. Tiomkin arrives with his dog, and Jack plays his song on the violin with disastrous results. Guest stars: Maudie Prickett (Ms. Gordon), Benny Rubin (Locksmith), Ned Miller (Charlie), Dimitri Tiomkin (Himself). First aired: 12/17/1961.