Johnny first reads a news clipping about a man who was rescued from the cistern under a campground outhouse in Lawrence, Kansas; he then mentions the Disney Company's decision to fire a large number of employees at the newly acquired Queen Mary in Long Beach over their refusal to abide by the company's grooming rules. He describes and comments on the various rules, and notes the irony of a company ban on facial hair when Walt Disney himself had a mustache. This leads into the comedy segment, cartoon characters that failed Disney's standards; Johnny mockingly bemoans the audience's displeasure at the jokes, saying that not every show can be a good one. However, as the regular graphic artist was off that week, the well-received illustrations were done by NBC page Brian Hardwick, who Johnny introduces. Carl Reiner discusses growing a goatee, which he believes gives him a more appropriate look while he attempts to write a novel. He also comments on his marriage of 47 years. Discussing ...