This is a list of episodes for the eleventh season (1960–61) of the television version of The Jack Benny Program. This was the first season where the show ran every week.
|The Jack Benny Program|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Original release||October 16, 1960 –|
April 16, 1961
|Title||Original air date|
|126||1||"Nightbeat Takeoff"||October 16, 1960|
Special guests: George Burns, Robert Wagner, Tony Curtis, Mike Wallace and Johnny Green.
|127||2||"Dick Clark Show"||October 23, 1960|
|Flip, Flop and Fly"). Not wanting to pay the Sabres' $5,000 fee, Jack decides to form his own band; he, Don, and Dennis dress up as the Sabres and sing the same song on the show.|
|128||3||"Milton Berle Show"||October 30, 1960|
Special guest: Milton Berle.
|129||4||"Hong Kong Suit"||November 6, 1960|
Special guest: Gisele MacKenzie.
|130||5||"John Wayne Show"||November 20, 1960|
|Nº 84, "John Forsythe Show," with John Wayne taking Jaye P. Morgan to the restaurant.|
|131||6||"Joey Bishop Show"||November 27, 1960|
|Copacabana to catch Joey Bishop's nightclub routine. Jack is impressed and suggests to Joey that they should team up as an act. Bishop isn't interested; he doesn't "dig" Benny's comedy.|
|132||7||"Lunch Counter Murder"||December 4, 1960|
Special guest: Dan Duryea.
|133||8||"Jack Goes to a Concert"||December 11, 1960|
|134||9||"Jack Goes Christmas Shopping"||December 18, 1960|
|This is a remake of episode Nº 86, "Christmas Shopping Show."|
|135||10||"Amateur Show"||December 25, 1960|
Special guest: Nanette Fabray.
|136||11||"Jack Casting for Television Special"||January 1, 1961|
|This is a remake of episode Nº 36, "The Life of Jack Benny".|
|137||12||"Jack Goes to the Vault"||January 8, 1961|
|During his monologue, Jack gets a phone call from two Treasury agents who want to meet him at his home in an hour. Jack's sure he's about to be charged with tax evasion, so he leaves the show to Don and races home. The agents are actually from Fort Knox and they've come to study his legendary vault. Jack leads the government men on the dangerous path underground where they encounter his man-eating plant, Edwin. Still watching the vault is the long-suffering guard who tells Jack that he's never seen smog, but hopes President Washington will do something about it.|
|138||13||"Don's 27th Anniversary with Jack"||January 15, 1961|
Special guests: Roy Rowan, Bill Baldwin and John Charles Daly.
|139||14||"Jack at the Supermarket"||January 22, 1961|
|This is mostly a remake of episode Nº 37, "Shopping Show", complete with the crooked card game. In one memorable gag, a woman is handing out free samples of cake; when she leaves the table unattended, Jack takes all the cake, the plates, the knife and the tablecloth.|
|140||15||"Jack Is Hypnotized"||January 29, 1961|
|Jack and his secretary, Miss Gordon, go to a nightclub to see the Sportsmen Quartet, who sing "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street". He then scoffs at the next act, a performance of hypnotism by Professor Colini. The Professor soon makes Jack a believer when he convinces the old cheapskate that he's Diamond Jim Brady; Jack complies by tipping the waiter $50. Unhappy about his new spending tendency, Jack comes back to Professor Colini, who now makes him think he's Bob Hope.|
|141||16||"Jack Goes to a Gym"||February 5, 1961|
Special guest: Norman Alden.
|142||17||"Death Row Sketch"||February 12, 1961|
|143||18||"Musicale"||February 19, 1961|
|Jack's monologue is about freeways. The sketch — which is a remake of the one from episode Nº 20, "Jack as a Child" — is a flashback to Jack's childhood: Young Jack (Barry Gordon) argues with his father (Jack) about money and about playing his violin in a string quartet.|
|144||19||"Jack Becomes a Surgeon"||February 26, 1961|
|Jack and Rochester are cleaning Jack's attic, but Jack keeps finding excuses to keep everything. Rochester finds a box of papers that contains Jack's application to medical school. Rochester daydreams about what Jack would have been like as a surgeon: Dr. Von Struneheimer (Mel Blanc) comes from Vienna to watch the great Dr. Benny perform an appendectomy. After numerous mix-ups, the eminent surgeon gets to work, with disastrous results.|
|145||20||"Detective Story"||March 5, 1961|
Special guest: Frank Fontaine.
|146||21||"Children's Version of the Show"||March 12, 1961|
Dennis and Don attend the play put on by the third grade class of Beverly Hills Elementary School. The kids perform their version of The Jack Benny Program.
|147||22||"Jack Goes to Las Vegas"||March 19, 1961|
Special guests: The Mills Brothers.
|148||23||"Dance Contest"||March 26, 1961|
Special guest: Al Jarvis.
|149||24||"Variety Show"||April 2, 1961|
Special guests: Ann-Margret, Francis Brunn and George Burns.
|150||25||"Main Street Shelter"||April 9, 1961|
|Jack waits for all the tardy channel switchers to tune in before he begins his monologue. In the sketch, Jack returns from a three-day hike with the Beverly Hills Beavers to find that Rochester has given an old sports jacket of his to the Main Street Shelter. Jack rushes down to retrieve it since it has $200 sewn in the lining. In his camping clothes, and with a three-day beard, he is taken for a transient himself. When he finally gets his coat and $200 back, his "alter ego" makes him donate the cash to the shelter.|
|151||26||"English Sketch"||April 16, 1961|
Special guests: Peter Lawford and Diana Dors.