In the comedy segment, Johnny reads psychics' predictions for the Carter administration from the National Enquirer; he then presents his own predictions for the incoming administration. George Burns talks about his TV special, on which Johnny appears. They also talk about his autobiography "Living It Up" and his philosophy that he doesn't believe in aging, because he's now too old for it. He describes his average day and talks fondly about Groucho Marx, who he says is probably three of the top five living comedians; Burns recalls a joke by Groucho that involved a 15-year set-up. He then talks about the film he is making with John Denver ("Oh, God!"), in which he plays God. Johnny shows still photos from Burns' early career; Burns tells a few stories from the photos. He then sings a couple of songs that will be heard on the special, including "Red Rose Rag" and a song by Marvin Hamlisch and Tim Rice. Rodney Dangerfield does a stand-up comedy routine, and has a brief interview in which ...