Fibber gets a letter from the Postmaster General. It seems that the government wants a questionaire returned to tell how the mail service is performing in Wistful Vista. Fibber’s first responce is to complain, but Molly talks sense to him, and to tell that things are fine.
The Old Timer visits, and he agrees with Molly that the US Postal Service is doing a fine job. He tells about his father, and his picture that hung in the Post Office.
A public service announcement proclaims the merits of stamping out bigotry, and promoting diversity.
Fibber keeps trying to find fault with the quality of the postal service. As Molly leaves the room to take care of a household chore, Teeny visits. Hey, how come Teeny always visits when Molly leaves anyway?
Fibber talks with Teeny about the mail service, still trying to find points to complain about. .
Doc Gamble visits, and Fibber picks his brain about trying to find any problems with their mail delivery. Doc gets a kick out of Fibber having to break down and write something nice. Finally though, Fibber does get his complaint when Doc Gamble points out the date the letter was sent.
Lulu Belle and Scoty. Down By The Railroad Track.
Cab Calloway. 1947. Just 2 Blocksdown, Turn Left.
Bob Hope and Judy Garland. 1943. A comedy bit about Judy’s ideal of a boyfriend.
PS: The show is a bit short, probably due to being from an AFRS recording. The AFRS didn’t, and still doesn’t allow commercials and they had to be cut. In their place, Public Service announcements are inserted. In today’s show, the open and closing credits have also been snipped short. All contributing for a short show, so the Retrobots have had a chance to play a little bit.