Molly has gone shopping and left Fibber home alone. With time on his hands, Fibber has decided to cook a special treat for dinner. Shrimps McGee, from an old family recipe passed down from his dear old grandma. The unusual ingredients and directions are just the beginning of the fun.
Mayor LaTrivia visits to marvel at the mess, he has to leave for important business as McGee continues his masterpiece. Next up is the Old Timer, adds his own comments to thestrange brew. The Old Timer gets an earful, but that ain’t the way he heared it, and he comes back with his own joke.
Billy Mills plays, Adobe Hacienda.
As the cooking feat continues, Fibber shares another family recipe involving cooking acorns. Since he forgot to order the shrimps, Fibber phones to order some, but talks with Mert instead. Wilcox pops in and tells about some problems with a mean dog, which is just an excuse for a commercial. for the midshow commercial, Wilcox decides to stay for dinner, and Molly goes to phone the mayor to invite him back.
Teeny coms over to ask about the recipe, and ask for some math, conversion advice. Just how many scads go into an oodle? Or is it gobs into a heap… Just listen to Fibber unravel the mystery as he enlightens Teeny.
The Kingsmen sing, The Opossom Song.
Doc Gamble has arrived to join the rest of the men who have visited earlier. The insults won’t keep Doc away, and he waits with the rest. Even Wallace Wimple has been invited over, and adds his own cooking tis. He also talks about his bird watching, camping, and his wife, Sweetie Face. It seems that the devious Wimple has put Sweetie Face off of camping.
The aroma from the kitchen has everybody’s mouth watering, but there’s just a litle snag. Not enough food to go around. How will Fibber be able to bow out gracefully? Wat will his roomful of hungry men feel about going hungry? Don’t worry, he manages it.
Incredible But True. James Watt’s Invention.