Pat sits next to Coretta Scott King at a dinner party 25 years ago and asks her what gave Dr. King the strength to give the speech at the Lincoln Memorial. Mrs. King describes the speech that he had initially written, about bouncing checks. A speech he didn’t really like. He was convinced to talk about his dream after he was about ½ way through his written speech.
Bing Crosby spends time in Butte, MT to fish and get away from the spotlight fame brought him in the 1940s and 50s. He is mis-recognized by a pedestrian on the street. Bing then shares a story with Pat about Blue the Bear in the Jungle Book (Phil Harris) and drinking whiskey.